View Jeppesen's Nav Data Update and Effectivity Schedule.
Q: Am I able to download and update my Nav Data prior to the effective date for a future trip? For your convenience, Nav Data updates are available to download from JDM up to 10 days prior to the effective date.
Jeppesen has included an explanation of the method used to abbreviate these names on Nav Data pages 5 through 10, titled "Nav Data Name Conventions." Since the basic structure of the name is retained, it should be relatively easy to determine which computer-generated abbreviation should be associated with which waypoint.
A: There are several differences between Jeppesen charts (Jepp View MFD) and Garmin Flite Charts. Garmin's GNS 400 & 500 WAAS-enabled GPS systems require a 16MB Garmin Flash Card where the non-WAAS GNS 400 & 500 series require a 4MB or 8MB Garmin Flash Card.Whether you're using Jeppesen Nav Data for primary navigation or for supplemental purposes, it is important to keep your Nav Data current to improve the safety of your flight and operation. A: Jeppesen Nav Data is updated on a 28-day cycle and coincides with the International AIRAC calendar.View Jeppesen's Nav Data Update and Effectivity Schedule. A: Avionics that incorporate Jeppesen Obstacle data that are sold and distributed by Jeppesen are updated on the same 28-day cycle as Nav Data and coincides with the International AIRAC calendar.Q: Can I use Jeppesen electronic charts as a paper replacement?A: Depending what flight rules you fly under, the answer may be yes.These differences are generally resolved in the Nav Data Change Notices and the Jeppesen Chart Change Notices.The change notices provide a weekly or bi-weekly update to the Nav Data and Chart services.Obstacles, Terrain, Safe Taxi and AOPA updates are currently only available from Garmin.Q: I've been told from my aircraft dealer that I must purchase and install Garmin's Chart View in order to view Jeppesen Charts on my G1000. A: Chart View is software developed and sold by Garmin and is a required installation in order to view Jeppesen charts on Garmin MFDs and some portable devices, such as the GPS 696. Please contact Garmin or one of their dealers or visit fly for purchase and installation information. Jeppesen has no direct influence on the fee Garmin charges for Chart View.Jeppesen worked closely with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to produce AC 91-78, USE OF CLASS 1 or CLASS 2 ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAG (EFB).This new AC was developed specifically to provide guidance to general and business aviation pilots who operate under (14 CFR) Part 91. However, you may occasionally notice a few minor differences between what is seen on your charts and what is generated from the navigation database.Q: Does Jeppesen offer bundled discounts for combining Nav Data services and electronic charts services on my MFD? Sign up for Nav Suite for Multi-Function Display and receive a discounted rate on your Nav Data and MFD chart subscription for your aircraft. If you need to expand or modify your coverage area, please contact Jeppesen Sales Support. These may be caused by any (or all) of the following: Differences in publication criteria - Our Nav Data is updated and issued every 28 days.Nav Suite for Multi-Function Display combines electronic charts and flight planning solutions you can use on the ground and in the air in addition to your MFD. Can I purchase a trip kit or change my coverage and have the new coverage show up immediately? You will be able to download the additional coverage approximately one hour after placing the order. I already have a Jeppesen Chart subscription and I'm interested in purchasing the Nav Data service for my new GPS. This is a relatively quick and simple operation for the user, since all of the changes are included on the updated media that is loaded into the aircraft navigation system or a mainframe computer system.Differences in waypoint names and coordinates - Waypoint names that are published on our charts are taken directly from official government sources.