NAV Blue question

Is there a way we can view charts or even what SIDS and STARs that Nav blue provide? For a particular airport? As I know Nav blue provides the chart and I’ve found some wrong info

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Google usually helps (you may not get the most recent charts, but some STARs/SIDs may not have changed). But, should your flights involve an American airport, Airnav is a great free source.

http://airnav.com/

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SkyVector is good as well :)

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And @Cooper_Marcukaitis ive included more helpful info

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I think you have to download and probably pay for their software in order to view their charts.

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I’ve never tried NAV Blue, but this app has some decent info. The only downside is it’s North American airports only.

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We can not find the exact data that is used in IF anywhere else. For US airports FAA data are used directly, for the rest of the world it is based on Nav Blue. BUT it is not every AIRAC that is taken into IF. As far as I know there isn’t even a specific cycle leak Everett second or ever third AIRAC, I heard it is once a quarter, roughly.
So you will not know the exact base.
for Airnav I can’t tell exactly, but I found extrem outdated data in there more then once,so I wouldn’t rely on it.
Skyvector is usually 1 or two AIRAC behind.
SimBrief is behind when you do not pay for it.

When you are looking for a specific aurporte a search in the country’s official AIP source is always worth a look.
For US: https://www.faa.gov/air_traffic/flight_info/aeronav/aero_data/Airport_Data/
For the rest of the world a internet search for “Countryname AIP” usually helps.
Or you start from here:
Electronic AIPs by Country (Alphabetical) - Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Resources - LibGuides at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott Campus
Or here:
Aeronautical information services around the world (@IS Online) | EUROCONTROL

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