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Why is the highest point value (6681') lower than the contour interval value of 7000'?

Why is the highest point value (6681') lower than the contour interval value of 7000'? As seen on the chart, the orange areas represent 7000 feet, but there is an obstacle with an altitude lower than ...
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What do these items on a Jeppesen VOR approach chart mean?

I have some questions about certain VOR approach charts. I find some details confusing on the following chart for SLTJ VOR C Rwy 13: What does "state" mean? It's in bold in the minima ...
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what is the difference between RVR 200m and R 200m (LVO jeppesen landing minima)

sometimes JEPPESEN approach chart shows low visibility landing minima as RVR in meter or sometimes just R in meter. What is difference….
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Why are there altitude differences on the Jeppesen ESB Ankara VOR chart?

What is the reason for the 10 feet difference between ESB dme altitude and profile view? Thanks.
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What's the difference between these two VOR cones in Jeppesen Approach Charts' profile view?

Both are ILS approaches. In Jeppesen introduction there's a similar icon which is explained as "A "broken" navaid or fix symbol indicates that it does not fall directly in line with ...
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What is the plus or minus limits of Jeppesen Approach Chart Speed Restrictions

I couldn't find any information on this topic. Do Speed Restrictions depicted on Jeppesen Approach Charts have plus or minus limitations for any restriction we see on the charts? Do we have to exactly ...
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What is the dots before Missed App Point on the Jeppesen VOR Chart?

What is the dots before Missed App Point on the Jeppesen VOR Chart ? and also why the pull up vector before the missed approach point ? Thanks.
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Why are there two Decision Altitudes at LTBR Bursa Yenişehir?

Hello, As you can see, at the missed approach point, the chart gives 984 feet. On the other hand, The Decision altitude given as 959 feet. What is the reason ? Thanks.
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What altitude does the "Apt Elev" on the Jeppesen charts represent?

What altitude does the "Apt Elev" on the Jeppesen charts represent? According to my research, the height we call "airport elevation" indicates the highest altitude on the landing ...
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Although this approach is suitable for straight-in landing minimums in every sense, why are circle-to-land minimums given?

Although this approach is suitable for straight-in landing in every sense, why are circle-to-land minimums given? There are no obstructions, the gradient in the descent path is not steep and the ...
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Why is there a FAF database identifier with the code [FS044] even though it says no FAF and why is there an RNAV fix symbol for that point?

Why is there a FAF database identifier with the code [FS044] even though it says no FAF and why is there an RNAV fix symbol for that point? The code [FS044] means FAF for the approach (What is the ...
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Which values do "PANS-OPS" and "Standard" labels represent in the minimum table seperately? (minimums, circle-to-land values, aircraft categories...)

What is the difference between these two labels and which values do they represent in the minimum table exactly? ("PANS-OPS" and "Standard") What are the values that Standard and ...
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What is the difference between RNAV-Terminal usage waypoints vs RNAV-STAR waypoints?

What is the difference between [MM604 (or) MM615] vs [RADAB (or) DAMAD] in the STAR attached below When seen using Enroute Chart The description for RADAB or DAMAD is: The description for MM604 or ...
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What values will I use for circle-to-land in categories A and B? RVR 1800m or RVR 2200m?

What values will I use for circle-to-land in categories A and B? RVR 1800m or RVR 2200m? And if I am using them, why are the visibility values such as 1500m-1600m determined?
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What is meant by the sentence, "It relates to aircraft handling speeds and circling area development."?

What exactly is meant by the sentence: It relates to aircraft handling speeds and circling area development. For which values does the phrase "aircraft handling speeds and circling area ...
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What exactly does the expression "higher straight-in minimums" describe as "higher" relative to which value?

What does the description of note 1 that I marked in the image mean? What exactly does the expression "higher straight-in minimums" describe as "higher" relative to which value? ...
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Although the missed approach point in the profile view is 1.1 DME-400 feet, the GS out reference altitude is given as 410 feet in 1.0 DME. HOW?

Although the missed approach point in the profile view is 1.1 DME-400 feet, the GS out reference altitude is given as 410 feet in 1.0 DME. HOW?! Based on GS out reference altitudes, we are expected ...
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Why don't the Altitude-DME values in the approach profile match the Groundspeed-FPM values in the conversion table?

Why don't the Altitude-DME values in the approach profile match the Groundspeed-FPM values in the conversion table? When the calculation is made with the values given in the conversion table, the ...
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What is the distinct difference between "Std" and "Standard" markings on Jeppesen charts?

What is the difference between "Std" and "Standard" markings on Jeppesen charts? I read the descriptions, but I can't make a clear distinction. Because both EASA and ICAO represent ...
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Why aren't the left and right papi lights written "in-line" in the lighting icons section of the Jeppesen chart?

Why aren't the left and right papi lights written "in-line" in the lighting icons section of the Jeppesen chart? Although there is REIL on other charts, it is written in line. Could this be ...
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What exactly is the difference between "to","on" and "via" in the missed approach icons section of Jeppesen charts?

What exactly is the difference between "to", "on" and "via" in the Missed approach icons section of Jeppesen charts? Sometimes "on" is used and sometimes "...
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Why are the altitudes and distances in the profile view different when calculated with the fpm values in the conversion table on Jeppesen charts?

Why are the altitudes and distances in the profile view different when calculated with the fpm values in the conversion table on Jeppesen charts? To put it more simply, I find the distance between ...
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How can stand numbers 1, 2 and 3 have the coordinates of 07.9 minutes North ins, but stand number 9 have the coordinates of 07.8 minutes North?

How can stand numbers 1, 2 and 3 have the coordinates of 07.9 minutes North ins, but stand number 9 have the coordinates of 07.8 minutes North? As can be seen from the blue line I drew visually, ...
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Which of the arrows in the magnetic variation symbol represents which North value (Magnetic N, True N)?

Which of the arrows in the magnetic variation symbol represents which North value (Magnetic N, True N)? According to my calculations, the arrow pointing to the top should point to magnetic north, ...
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Which transmissometer measures the RVR value specified in the takeoff limits section? TDZ? MID? Or Rollout?

Which transmissometer measures the RVR value specified in the takeoff limits section? TDZ? MID? Or Rollout (RO)? If there are 3 transmissometers for the runway at an airport, which transmissometer ...
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Although 2 RVR device symbols are given in the airport planview, there are 3 RVRs (TDZ,MID,RO) in the takeoff limits section. How is this possible?

Although 2 RVR device symbols are given in the airport planview, it is written in the takeoff minimums section that all 3 RVR values (TDZ, Mid, Rollout) must be provided for the departure limits. MID ...
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Does the fact that the TDZ is not written for runway 22 means there are touchdown zone lights only for runway 04?

Does the fact that the TDZ is not written for runway 22 means there are touchdown zone lights only for runway 04?
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What are the names by which runways are classified according to the configuration of the placement of the approach lighting systems?

What are the names by which runways are classified according to the configuration of the placement of the approach lighting systems? (I'm not talking about HIALS or HIALS-II because those terms are ...
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Does this symbol in the pictures below represent height above ground level or altitude above sea level?

Does this symbol in the pictures below represent height above ground level or altitude above sea level? There are huge differences between them and the Grid MORA values, so I think there may be ...
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What is really meant by max 240 kt, 220 kt and 185 kt in the picture of Jeppesen chart?

What is really meant by max 240 kt, 220 kt and 185 kt in the picture of Jeppesen chart? What I don't understand is: are the speed limits for waypoints or for routes between waypoints. If speed ...
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What is the difference between DH and RA in Jeppesen charts?

In CAT II and CAT III Approach Charts, the Jeppesen version of charts depicts both the "DH" and the "RA". And, I found out that they are somewhat different. So, why do these ...
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Why is PCN (Pavement Classification Number) not included in Jeppesen Terminal charts?

Pavement Classification Number goes hand in hand with Aircraft Classification Number (PCN/ACN). To calculate ACN, it is required for destination airport surfaces such as runway, taxiways & aprons ...
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What does mean CD, FD and MD on the Jeppesen LTBR VORB chart?

Hello all, I just wanted to ask the meaning of CD068, FD068 and MD068. 068 is the course but i cannot find any info about CD,FD and MD. Also, at the VOR A 25R chart, I saw FS250. Can you share their ...
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Why is there no final approach fix symbol on some of the Jeppesen VOR charts? (Maltese Cross Symbol)

Why is there no final approach fix symbol on some of the Jeppesen VOR charts? (Maltese Cross Symbol) What does the box marked with a red arrow mean when there is no FAF symbol and how is it defined? ...
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What is the "Change Notices Available" information on the airport information page of the Jeppesen chart?

What is the "Change Notices Available" information on the airport information page of the Jeppesen chart? For some, none is specified, and sometimes different numbers such as four and ...
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What is the change of "Airspace" here? Does it mean the airspace class of the airport has changed?

What is the change of "Airspace" here? Does it mean the airspace class of the airport has changed? I haven't reached a source where I can find the airspace classes used in my country anyway (...
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Which one is racetrack? Isn't it a holding over VOR on the left and holding over FIX on the right?

Which one is a racetrack? Isn't it a holding over VOR on the left and holding over FIX on the right? If one of them is a racetrack, how is it different from holding? Or are they both used in the same ...
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What are the meanings of the numbers "4500" written under the VOR and NDB boxes? (MHA?) (Recommended crossing altitude?)

Does it directly mean the minimum altitude for holdings on VOR or NDB or can it be interpreted in another way? Because MHA 4500 information for the holding is given on the right side. This picture is ...
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Why is the distance between BRY VOR and missed approach point 0.2 DME in the plan view, while it is specified as 0.1 DME below?

Why is the distance between BRY VOR and missed approach point 0.2 DME in the plan view, while it is specified as 0.1 DME below? If we consider that the localizer is 0.2 DME ahead of the runway ...
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Why is the box I marked with a red arrow empty and no class information given?

Why is the box I marked with a red arrow empty and no class information given? On the NDB chart, both places are left blank. Am I supposed to consider the gap "FULL" by reference from the ...
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What do the dates at the bottom right of the page mean? I shared the pictures

What do the dates at the bottom right of the page mean? It's easy to predict a single date, but what's the difference when there are two dates?
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What is this black star symbol in the picture below? If it means a hazard with no altitude information, what kind of hazard is that?

What is this black star symbol in the picture below? If it means a hazard without altitude, what kind of hazard is that? A separate picture of similar symbol with altitude information:
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What does "/" (slash) mean in the picture below?

What does the slash mark between R/V mean? Should both RVR and visibility be at least 400m, or should only one of the two values be at least 400m (ie the other could be lower)? If summarized to ...
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What are these blue lines around the runway at the airport chart that I marked with red line?

What are these blue lines around the runway at the airport chart that I marked with red lines? They are not waterways or taxiways so what are they? Yenisehir Airport (LTBR): Adana International ...
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Should I set the runway heading to the course box on G1000 before takeoff or should I set the SID course I will intercept after takeoff?

To what degree should I set the course box on the G1000 screen? Runway heading or SID course? Because although the runway heading is 044 degrees in the SID chart I shared below, the SID departure ...
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What is a "BEACON"?

What is the "BEACON" and its symbol meaning from the Jeppesen Manual in the picture below? Does it just represent the beacon light? I'm confused.
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What is the diference between RVR and RVR with letter?

There are at least two symbols for the RVR representation on Jeppesen charts. But I can't seem to find the definition for those. By any chance would you guys care to explain what each one means?
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Jeppesen airport codes for holding positions - catstops

what would be the meaning of the jeppesen catstop codes for holding positions(AM_TaxiwayHoldingPosition): {-32767, -32765, 2, 1} ? Seems that they are used completly different, for example on LTFM (...
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What is the difference between Jeppesen NavData & Digital Terminal Charts?

https://ww2.jeppesen.com/update-cycle-and-effective-dates-schedule/ in the link provided above, Jeppesen NavData has 28day cycle whereas Digital Terminal Charts have 14day cycle Can you provide the ...
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Questions about items on Jepp charts… [closed]

On a Jeppesen IFR low enroute chart, there's occasionally a different altitude below/next to the MEA with a "T" next to it. (For example: V16 between GACEB and SHAKY, there's a "2900T&...
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