This calendar is intended to help you understand key dates associated with Jeppesen's Airway Manual services. This calendar lists issue dates for revisions and AIRAC Effective dates.
This service bulletin is designed to communicate important information to Jeppesen Airway Manual customers.
A comprehensive list of all enroute, plotting and area charts worldwide with latest release dates.
In December 2016, we began releasing enhancements to the graphical depiction on Jeppesen SID, STAR, Departure, and Arrival charts. The following information has been created to support you during the transition period, which is scheduled to run through late 2018.
This list communicates the intended airports for conversion for the first three months. It has been consolidated based on customer feedback, regulatory dependencies, potential revision activities and is therefore subject to change. Final release dates for individual airports are also subject to change due to potential upcoming revision activities. This list will be updated as required.
To support you during the implementation Jeppesen provides you with interactive pilot training as online training or download (SCORM format) plus Operational Risk Assessment.
Jeppesen publishes Landing and Take-off Minimums on Approach and Airport charts. The following documents are intended to give some background information about the AOM concepts which are used by Jeppesen or the State Authorities to determine Aerodrome Operating Minimums.
The Route Availability Document (RAD) is a sole source planning document by Eurocontrol to facilitate flight planning and improve ATFCM capacity management. It provides a single, fully integrated and coordinated routing scheme.
The current information is available on RAD website at
Conditional Routes (CDRs) are designed to complement the permanent ATS route network. The purpose of CDRs is to allow flights to be planned on ATS routes or portions thereof, which are now always available. The CDR information is integrated in the listing of European ATS Route restrictions.
Jim Terpstra, former Senior Corporate Vice President of Flight Information Technology, has written a series of articles appearing in AOPA Pilot Magazine on the subject of reading and using Jeppesen Airway Manual Navigational Charts.
Enhanced security procedures for operations at certain airports in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area flight restricted zone.
Over the past three decades, Jeppesen has created special charts honoring public figures and other members of the extended Jeppesen family for their contributions to aviation.
To date, there have been 87 charts designed, honoring such luminaries as Harrison Ford; Sully Sullenburger and Jeff Skiles; Bob Hoover and the men of the Tuskegee Airman. Many of these projects are done with a light-hearted touch, but they are also meant to convey our deep respect for their recipients.
Representational of our world-class printed navigational charts, which have been in production for 80 years, these charts help mark the milestones and achievements of these fine aviators. The navigational fixes and waypoints on the chart are often named for family members or other noteworthy characters and highlight programs and milestones marking a distinguished career. Additional honors and achievements are detailed in the notes accompanying the chart. A couple of the charts commemorate historic groups or flights rather than individuals.
We wanted to share some of our more memorable charts that, while not used in actual flight, most certainly honor the flight path of these recognizable and important aviators.
|Young Eagles||EAA||Oshkosh, WI||July 2017|
|Mark Van Tine||Jeppesen CEO (Ret.)||Parker, Colo. (Rwy 23)||June 2016|
|Apollo 13||NASA||Third Lunar Landing Mission||July 2015|
|Sean D. Tucker||Aerobatic Pilot||KSDT/SDT||2014|
|Santa Claus||Santa’s Workshop||North Pole Village||2016|
|Robert “Bob” Hoover||WW II Vet/Aviator/Test Pilot/Air Show pilot||Edwards AFB, California||2012|
|Tuskegee Airmen “Red Tails”||WW II Veteran Pilot Group||Tuskegee, Alabama||2012|
|Hudson River Miracle “Sullenberger/Skiles”||US Airways Flight 1549||New York, New York||2010|
|Barry Schiff||TWA Pilot/Aviation Writer||Santa Monica, California||1998|
|Eugene “Gene” Cernan||Naval Aviator/Astronaut||Pensacola, Florida||2013|
|Harrison Ford||Aviator/Actor||Jackson, Wyoming||2005|
|Craig Hospital||Craig Hospital’s Adventure Program||CraigFlight Mission||October 2011|
Please feel free to download a souvenir copy. Not for resale.