[jhb_airlines] Re: [jhb_airlines]Tonight's FPI Event

  • From: Alastair McIntyre <a.mcintyre@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 29 Dec 2004 10:55:57 +0000

Hi Gerry

I think that the best plan is to find out, in advance, what is the 
current runway in use, and hope that we get a decent set of radar 
vectors from the controllers. (I'm sure we will.)

All this looking at charts, approaches etc. for CDG is giving me a headache.

Cheers

Alastair

Kevin Townsend wrote:
> I always start at the NavData page for European Charts
> 
> <www.navdata.de>
> 
> There is a link for Charts, which gives wordwide links.
> 
> The French link gives:
> <http://www.sia.aviation-civile.gouv.fr/html/frameset_aip_uk.htm>
> 
> You then follow the "French" links via 2 off France Metropolitaine via 
> Approaches Instrumentes to:
> 
> 
> http://www.sia.aviation-civile.gouv.fr/aip/enligne/METROPOLE/AIP/ARR-DEP/ARR%20DEP%20AD%202.LFPG.pdf
> 
> Charle de Gaulle  LFPG gives this 65 page .pdf file HaHa <G>
> 
> Well, this may be new for some people...
> 
> Regards
> 
> Kev
> 
> 
> 
> At 09:41 12/29/2004, you wrote:
> 
>>AAAAAAAARGH!
>>
>>I've been attempting the weekly job of downloading and printing the charts 
>>needed for
>>the evening's FPI session. Of the three fields, I already have printouts 
>>for Heathrow and
>>Gatwick.
>>The availabillity of charts for CDG is, how can I put it, French!
>>Instead of having individual Sid and Star charts, they are all buried in a 
>>65 page
>>document, together with pages on legislation, noise abatement, truffle 
>>hunting, etc.
>> Yahoo searches have failed to come up with anything less Byzantine. The 
>>whole area
>>seems to be a much more efficient defence structure trhan was the Maginot 
>>line; but
>>then so was our clothes line.
>>
>>Has anyone found a decent plot for breaking into and out of CDG?
>>
>>Gerry Winskill
>>gwinsk@xxxxxxx
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