The data is being created for all the airfields in the country and the
neighbouring airfields will be taken up as per the requirements
projected by the users. It has been planned to scale the charts and
maps to a size and format which can readily be printed by the user or
ported on to any Mobile / Tablet / Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) / GPS
receivers. We therefore propose to provide the following with monthly
(28 Days) updates frequency
A Aeronautical database driven chart for the entire country in
layered PDF format containing all air routes, radio navigation
aids, and all other layers relevant to the chart as shown in other
popular charts but with a different symbology.
The 1:1,000,000 scale maps for medium altitude
flying, printable in A3 size with all information of abovementioned
charts and obstacles on ground. Some prominent natural and manmade
features like roads and railways are also shown along with hill
shading to give a feel of terrain.
The 1:500,000 scale map for low level flying
showing the helipads, and more detailed terrain in addition to all
features of 1:1,000,000 map. This is also scaled to the size of A3
The Arrival and Departure Charts made to suitable scale usually1:1,000,000 or 1:750,000 or 1:500,000 scales, printable on A4 size paper.
The Approach Charts of precision and non-precision
based on data available from AAI and showing terrain in the
The Apron Charts made to a suitable scale,
printable on A4 size paper.
The flexibility and customization offered by us cannot be matched by
anyone. We can provide the following:
The customised updates suggested by the user can be included and a
new chart can be mailed to the user within a week of the receipt in
addition to the regular updates from our own sources. That way you
don't have to worry about any unseen or uncarted obstacle popping
You can buy data only for the area of your operation, your primary
and secondary diversions and not the entire Middle East and South
East Asia and at very cost effective.
You have a dedicated team of customer support round the clock, so
we are always listening to you.
The data is available in any format that you desire, to start with
we use Georeferenced PDF Charts, which open on almost all platforms
like Linux / Window / Android based.
The look and feel of data can be customised to show the user
desired features more prominently and the other unnecessary
features can be generalised / masked or removed altogether.
The Details of the Data Used in These Charts
It may be noted that we did not buy any aeronautical data from
anywhere, all the data was available at the website of AAI as e-AIP and
its associated AIP Supplements. The latest GIS software was used to
create data in the following manner:
All point features such as VORs, NDBs and Reporting Points etc.
were sent using the exact Latitude and Longitude published by AAI
up to the last place of decimal specified. Their symbols have been
designed such that the data is clearly visible and de-conflicted
for legible display.
All Line features such as ATS routes, variation lines,
International borders etc. are digitised using snapping function
whenever required so that it there are no spatial inconsistencies.
All area features were digitised based on the coordinates given by
e-AIP and checked from various sources.
The scales of all charts were decided and designed in such a way
that anyone could take a print on readily available A3 size paper
or tile it for two A4 size pages for each chart.
In addition to the grid of Latitude& Longitude, scale bar is
given in each chart.
All aeronautical and obstacle data in the vicinity of aerodrome is
from e-AIP. The outer obstacle data has been collected from various
The entire database is in WGS-84 datum and the charts are in
relevant UTM projection. The Database is projected in LCC (Lamberts
Conformal Conic) as it covers the entire Indian Peninsula.
We estimate that we will be able to incorporate minor updates within a
week and major one within a month.
The costs of the charts are likely to be nominal and easily affordable
for all aviators. The database is also going to be made available
airfield wise so that the aircraft operating in east in not forced to
subscribe to the charts of Middle East. As the number of subscriptions
increase the cost is likely to come down further.
The Nomenclature of charts
The charts are being planned in such way the desired layers could be
switched on or off as per requirements. They are going to be available
in following formats:
charts showing all airspaces, routes and relevant details. They
will cover an area of 3° east/west and 2° North/South. They can be
printed on A3 size papers or used directly as digital data showing
Latitude& Longitude. They are specially designed for transport
aircraft operations. For sample Delhi area has been selected.
charts showing all helipads airspaces, routes and relevant details.
They will cover an area of 1& 1/2° East/West and 1°
North/South. They can be also be printed on A3 size papers or used
directly as digital data showing latitude &longitude. They are
specially designed for rotary wing aircraft operations. For sample
two areas have been selected one of Kolkata and another of
charts showing SIDs/STARs and all airspaces with relevant details.
They will cover a small area. They can be printed on A4 size papers
or used directly as digital data showing latitude &longitude.
They are specially designed for transport aircraft operations. For
sample Delhi AVGON & IGINO arrival charts have been created.
approach charts showing all airspaces, descent profile and relevant
details. They will cover a very small area and can be printed on A4
size papers or used directly as digital data showing latitude
&longitude. They are specially designed for transport or rotary
wing aircraft using precision approaches. For sample Delhi ILS for
Runway 27 has been created.
have also been created for Delhi IGI airport with precise markings.
the scale is 1:5000 approximately and it is printable on A4 size