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    Greetings,
    does someone know where to find or buy real approach carts to use in the cockpit? I live in Europe so most of the time the flying around is there.
    Phil.

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    phil try sportys.com or most any other pilot supply house. also i've found links to different charts and diagrams on airnav.com although they have been for airspace in the USA, they may also have Europe.

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    I assume you are going to us it for simulation purposes.

    I'm using Navigraph. They sell both approach and enroute charts. I am a very satisfied customer. www.navigraph.com

    Otherwise you can use Internet based AIP by nation.

    Online Virtual control centers such as

    http://www.vaccsca.org/site/index.php

    or

    http://www.vacc-sag.org/?PAGE=home

    supply charts for their area.


    Here's a link to where you can get Eurocontrol approved flightplans. Very handy for online flying.

    http://www.euroutepro.com/fp/fp_main.php?site=se
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    thank you for the quick reply but i would like to buy the real paper charts, the small format, other wise you need to download them and print them on A4 paper, that is not the same.
    Phil.

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    Well I print mine on a5. I don't know of anyone selling paper charts for simmers but maybe anyone else knows. Otherwise it's real charts to buy and I guess that's very expensive.
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    Your best bet is to find a local charter company, and talk to them. Those charts expire often and they have to replace them. Usually the old ones go in the garbage.

    You may not even need to pay for them.

    Good luck,

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    There are a lot of pilot shps in the UK. I've seen official UK charts for greater Europe on some of these sites at reasonable cost.

    A lot cheaper that Jeppeson.

    Do a search for high altitude charts on Google UK.
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    operational nav charts can be purchased from sportys.com for $5.50 USD each. most other charts for the northwestern hemisphere cost less than $10 USD each. i'm sure european paper sectional charts can't be much more expensive

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    i have half a dozen approach chart from jappessen from ebay. they were out of date (even though noting actually changed on the airport) and were from the Britannia airline company - actually they changed name to thomsonfly so maybe just not needed anymore. Take a look on ebay see what crops up.

    Hope that helps, Geremy

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