Special features for this region:
- TRAs temporary reserved airspaces
- Aerial sporting and recreational activities
- Model flying areas
- Military exercise and training areas
All Rogers Data VFR charts 500k are designed to the following criteria:
- Aeronautical chart on a scale of 1:500.000
- According to ICAO Annex 4; EU-Commission Regulations; AIP
- Clear representation of the ATS airspace structure
- Detailed highly sophisticated terrain map with shading and relief
- Airports, aerodromes and heliports with additional information
- Radio Navigation Aids with name, frequency and morse code
- TMZ transponder mandatory zones
- Compulsory reporting points, reporting points on request, significant points (border crossing)
- Danger- and restricted areas
- Obstacles or group of obstacles
- Minimum Grid Area Altitude
- Isogonic line model with magnetic variation
- with the Rogers Data Navigation Compass 500, track, time and distance in the scale of 1:500.000 can be easily measured
Rogers Data produces VFR aeronautical charts for several countries of the European Union (EASA Member States). Rogers Data VFR aeronautical charts are designed to offer a sophisticated terrain map as well as a detailed representation of the airspace structure. Also shown are ultralight landing sites, glider airfields, aerial sporting and recreational activities and areas with sensitive fauna, airfields, reporting points, restricted and danger areas, significant points, border crossing points.
Each of these charts is designed to reach the best compromise between readability and informational content. All relevant data is displayed in a visually distinctive way to keep the charts easy to read and emphasize the most important features at hand.
All charts are based on the latest aeronautical information from AIP and their supplements of the CAA as well as on the relevant regulations of ICAO Annex 4 and European Commission Regulations.
Rogers Data aeronautical charts are updated annually, because our company`s philosophy is: „the best is just good enough!”
Valid as of March 29th 2018