I dont think so. Maybe a VFR chart.
Oh yeah, haha that would make sense
This is fantastic!! really answered my post. Thanks Devs!
In addition to the great written tutorial by Aernout, Linked below for more visual learners (such as myself) is a video tutorial series from Will Liehaber on reading approach charts. I have dislexia, and I can understand a well written tutorial much better after I reinforce it with a detailed video if available.
Lastly, you will learn the difference between a Jeppesen approach chart (what Aernout used) and an FAA chart.
All About Approach Charts: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIclnHMdj8SOBZ8DGnM0qfbadTLEKdrt-
My apologies for the nicroposting…I think that’s the right term.
See you out there guys
A must read for anyone new around here! If looking at APP/DEP charts, the altitudes can occasionally be confusing. Below is a reference as to what it all means!
Great explanation and good job at breaking the charts down!
This is much better explanation then made it by Jeppesen.
Great THX!!! ;-)
Very useful and well explained thank you
When you say the vertical speed for descending at a 3 degree angle, at what altitude are those numbers based off? 1,000ft?