This is the Current Release Version of the ChartAware application for use by SCAUWG.ORG visitors.
EXCITING! - DISCOVER the AIRSPACE NO ONE TOLD YOU ABOUT!
NOW: ForeFlight Compatible!!
Do you know where the boundaries are for flight training and aerobatic areas in the Southern California area? Take a look at our Interactive Practice Area Map Application. This interactive map, provided by SCAUWG, will show you the approximate locations of "Practice Areas", along with important information such as the ceiling altitudes, air-to-air frequencies, and other caution information. You can even turn on different aeronautical charts for backgrounds and typical air traffic tracks. Be a safer pilot and check it out! Just CLICK ON the IMAGE Below.
This first release version (1.0) included further content changes/enhancements beyond those found in the beta version and is a powerfully loaded application that allows users to access a tremendous amount of information and to overlay flight tracks on not only FAA Published Navigation charts, but also a host of other charts/maps e.g. a street map, topography map, etc. When version 1.1 is released, a downloadable version to be used as an overlay with popular flight navigation applications will be operational. Your Comments Are Invited! Just send your input to SCAUWG@EARTHLINK.NET ChartAware has been developed via the vision of Cartographer Mike Carson and Ron Berinstein.
Version 2.1 soon to be released! - Use With ForeFlight, or any program that accepts KML files!
Download the Aerobatic/Practice Areas
Want to add the aerobatic and practice areas to ForeFlight? Just download this KML file and add it as a custom map layer under Custom Content in ForeFlight. Need help doing that? Just follow the Import Custom Content directions from ForeFlight. The email option is the easiest.
To turn on the KML layer in ForeFlight, go to Maps, click on Aero & Category at the top, scroll down the second column of data layers, and at the bottom you will see the KML layer. Just click on it to turn it on! Zoom in and click on one of the center points in a practice area, an info window will open to the right where you can click on More Details to see more info about the practice area. Info includes the name, ceiling, frequency to use, and any caution info.