Updating jeppeson database

In much of the world, June is a critical time in the annual cycle of many birds, as they build nests, hatch chicks, and hopefully fledge young—perpetuating the existence of their species.

Even if June isn’t peak breeding season near you, there are still many signs of breeding to be found wherever you are!

You may also download individual data installers from here, although this is not the recommended option.

We release new FMS Data according to the AIRAC cycle which is numbered YYNN (where YY is the two last digits of the year and NN is the cycle number).

Navigraph has provided FMS Data since October 2006 after the merger with Richard Stefan of NAVData-Service* who had previously worked on similar datasets since 1999.

Our FMS Data is sourced from Jeppesen, a professional navdata provider for major airlines worldwide.

It’s a real operating cost that isn’t always considered during the buying decision.

Subsequently the data contains a massive amount of information to determine not only location of airports and waypoints, but also surface type and slope of runways, the layout of airport gates, navaid frequencies, holding patterns, obstacles close to defined routes, and much more.

The source data is tested and parsed into different data formats adapted to specific addon software (full list here) designed to increase the realism of flight simulation.

To get started, read more about the coverage and subscription options to our FMS Data service, and when you are ready you can download data in the various addon formats using the FMS Data Manager software.

Jeppesen (also known as Jeppesen Sanderson) is an American company that specializes in navigational information, planes, operations management and optimization solutions, crew and fleet management solutions and flight training products and services.

Jeppesen serves four market segments (Commercial Aviation, Business Aviation, Military, and General Aviation).