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1/24 TTP NE-1 RNAV (GPS) RWY 18 chart at Portland INTL Jetport (PWM), Portland, ME depicts the coastline incorrectly. More Info HERE.    1/21 Charting Notice re: d-TPP (PDF ISSUE) - HERE    1/19 Latest 5G Delay Welcomed but Ultimate Solution Unlikely Soon - HERE    1/19 FAA FLIGHT ADVISORY SUPER BOWL LVI SOFI STADIUM - 13 February - HERE    1/14 US expected to be short 12,000 pilots by next year - HERE    1/13 FAA Releases 1,500 Notams To Address 5G Disruptions - HERE    1/12 Mystery FAA Ground Stop Leads To Speculation On N. Korean Missile Test - HERE    1/10 HAI Heli Expo Returns! March in Dallas - HERE    1/09 Bad News at KWHP - Engine Out Plane on Tracks hit by Train - HERE    1/08 Ontario man arrested after laser pointed at sheriff’s helicopter crew in San Bernardino - HERE    1/08 FAA 5G STATEMENTS - Airport Lists & More - HERE    1/07 Buttigieg Describes Government’s Role in Fostering Innovation - HERE    01/05 California Challenges San Bernardino Air Cargo Facility Used by Amazon - HERE     12/30 Breaking News: BA B-777ER Windshield Hit By Ice From Higher-Flying Aircraft - HERE    12/26 U.S. Aviation, Telecom Industries Report Progress Over 5G Safety Talks - HERE    12/26 FAA Launches Investigation Into Santa Clara Safety Concerns - HERE    12/20 Report: Navy Deploys ‘Ghostbusters’ After Drone Sightings Off the California Coast - HERE    12/20 Forest Service says there’s not enough time to issue new helicopter contracts for 2022 - HERE    12/20 Flight Training Bill Dropped From Defense Authorization - HERE     12/08 New FAA Policy Limits Use of Automatic Landing, RNP at Airports Vulnerable to 5G Interference - HERE    12/01 Skyports to develop Europe’s first vertiport in Paris - HERE    11/30 Walmart launches drone deliveries with DroneUp - HERE    11/23 Canada Limits 5G To Protect Air Travel - HERE     11/09 First Domestic Drone Attack Documented - HERE    Volocopter teams with Urban Movement Labs to explore Los Angeles market - HERE    10/13 VFR GLIDERS' USE OF TRANSPONDER CODE 1202 - HERE    9/14 PUBLIC SAFETY SPOTLIGHTED IN EFFORT TO CURB AIRCRAFT LASER STRIKES - HERE    8/26 Archer Announces Deal That Will Bring eVTOL Landing Sites to Major Cities - HERE    7/13 HHR EVENING INSTRUMENT APPROACH ACTIVE NOW!!    6/03 AVIATION GROUPS WANT TO HELP IMPLEMENT REAL-TIME SUA NOTIFICATIONS - HERE

This is the DEBUT VERSION of ChartCompare for use by SCAUWG.ORG visitors. For the 1st Time Ever:

 

            COMPARE the NEW CHART EDITION to the

                OLDER VERSION  -  FAST & EASY!

 

 

Have you noticed that airport symbols and VORs are being moved on our charts for better positional accuracy? Did you see that the isogonic lines have changed too?

Did you know that the FAA only publishes news about major chart changes?  And, when was the last time you looked at the chart updates?   - Well, you do not have to answer that question! - The fact is now you can get the information you need right away in a fast, easy to use, visual format!  With ChartCompare you can instantly compare the new version of a navigational chart with the superseded version.  Plus, using ChartCompare you can quickly locate the chart area you wish to investigate.

The fact is that the FAA charting division is quietly working to make our charts more accurate.  Because of today's technology this has become possible.  When the navigation charts were first introduced several decades ago, chart designers did the absolute best they could, but the results were a bit less than perfect.  Even now, some airport locations and certain informational data points are to a degree flawed.  Have you ever wondered why a GPS approach is still classified as a "non-precision" approach, while an ILS is defined as a "precision" approach?  Our application ChartAware, can be used to illustrate some of these examples when one compares via an overlay, the high resolution satellite map location to a chosen chart location.

You can now check out our “swipe tool” apps that allow you to see these subtle changes on the Los Angeles Sectional, TAC, and Flyway charts. Just move the slider in the apps to see the changes between the old chart on the left and new one on the right!  ChartCompare has been developed via the vision of Cartographer Mike Carson in co-ordination with the ChartAware Project developed by Mike Carson and Ron Berinstein.

You can begin by just clicking on one of the chart images below. That will take you to our ChartCompare page and you can begin your journey into the new, quick and easy to use world of staying up to date with the new FAA Charts!

 

You Can Choose the Los Angeles Sectional Chart:

You Can Choose the Los Angeles Terminal Area Chart:

You Can chose the Los Angeles Flyway Chart: