Best website for SID and STAR charts?

Does anyone have a good website that holds SID and STAR charts? Thanks.

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I really just search it up on google and look at images

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Navigraph is cool. Just don’t share any charts on the forum as it is prohibited.

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For the US: skyvector.com

All published FAA US Terminal Procedures charts.

For the UK:

http://www.nats-uk.ead-it.com/public/index.php.html

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:)

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Jeppsen is a good way to get the charts. I believe you have to pay though. But look online say for example KDFW charts or something like that and most of the time a Jepps copy will be available for free

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You’re right actually, I think I might use those ones if I get the chance to use them for that specific airport.

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Jeppsen or flightaware.com has charts. Flightaware has most if not all US airports. Jeppsen carries charts of airports around the globe.

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navigraph charts is amazing!

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I seem to use Flightaware for airport charts in the US, but everything else is pretty much 👇, but for SID/STAR charts that’s what I think I have trouble finding at every single flight, pretty much.

I use SkyVector for my charts in the US.

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Yeah, use Jeppsen if you’re flying outside the U.S.

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I sure have a lot of choices, but Jeppesen/Jeppview is probably the one I’ll look into ;)

Or https://fpltoif.com/. Chris’ website. It’d recommend SIDS/STARS, then you can look them up. Another option.

Thanks for your help everyone! I’ll try out all of these real soon! ;)

What I do is I use this link: https://vau.aero/navdb/chart/SBGR.pdf

And then just adjust the airport ICAO code for any airport I need.

Hope this helps!😊

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Jeppesen isn’t free, its very expensive, the charts that you can get free off the internet are usually old, but that shouldn’t be an issue for use in IF.

And Jepp is by far the best!!

I find foreflight very helpful for me flying

If you’re flying in Australia, Airservices (the Australian aviation services department) has all their charts online at http://www.airservicesaustralia.com/aip/current/dap/AeroProcChartsTOC.htm#A.

I find it really helpful for Australian flights.

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Actually I noticed that too! As an Australian who seems to fly around there a lot, I seem to find it really useful to use! ;)

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