|Airplan Flight Equipment||1a Ringway Trading Estate
Tel: 0161 499 0013
Fax: 0161 499 0298
|Transair Pilot Shop||Shoreham Airport
Tel: 01273 466000
Fax: 01273 462246
|Pooleys Flight Equipment||Elstree Aerodrome
Tel: 020 8207 3749
Fax: 020 8953 2512
Tel: 01273 812442
|Flightstore Pilot Supplies||14 Leeds Road
Tel: 01924 480777
UK VISUAL REFERENCE POINTS can be found at the following link:
THE INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE IS COLLATED FROM A NUMBER OF SOURCES. AIS WILL ATTEMPT TO BE AS ACCURATE AS POSSIBLE WHEN PUBLISHING INFORMATION. HOWEVER, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, WE DO NOT WARRANT THAT ANY CONTENT ON THE WEBSITE IS ACCURATE, ADEQUATE, FIT FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE, COMPLETE, RELIABLE, CURRENT, OR ERROR-FREE.
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SafetySense Leaflet 5: VFR Navigation
SafetySense Leaflet 20: VFR Flight Plans
CAP694: The UK Flight Planning Guide (includes a chapter on VFR flight planning)
Please note that the Frequency Reference Cards are only available as downloads from this page, and will be updated as required.
Chart users are advised to print the cards as required.
To maintain the scale of these documents when printing, always ensure that you select "PAGE SCALING" as "NONE" in the drop down menu of the print dialogue box.
If you are having problems achieving a clear image from your home printer, you could try any or all of the following:
> using photo quality paper
> opening the file in a different browser
> 'print screen' and load the document onto your tablet computer for viewing
> improve the print quality settings on your printer
> dropping the file into Word and printing from that
|Scotland Frequency Reference Cards - both sides on one A4 sheet||Scotland 1|
|Scotland Frequency Reference Cards - both sides on separate A4 sheets||Scotland 2|
|Northern England and Northern Ireland Frequency Reference Cards - both sides on one A4 sheet||Northern 1|
|Northern England and Northern Ireland Frequency Reference Cards - both sides on separate A4 sheets||Northern 2|
|Southern England and Wales Frequency Reference Cards - both sides on one A4 sheet||Southern 1|
|Southern England and Wales Frequency Reference Cards - both sides on separate A4 sheets||Southern 2|
|Additional Information Sheet - both sides on one A4 sheet||Add Info 1|
|Additional Information Sheet - both sides on separate A4 sheets||Add Info 2|
The NATS AIS team manage changes to aeronautical features on the UK VFR charts from numerous data sources, many of which operate within a regulated framework and many of which do not. For aeronautical features which do not fall under a regulatory framework and are not published in the UK AIP we cannot guarantee accuracy and are challenged to maintain currency.
AIS endeavour to keep an accurate and current dataset of these features, relying heavily on notifications from the VFR flying community. However to date the dataset has been stewarded in-house with copies of the dataset not being publicly available.
For all VFR stakeholders to have the best quality data, it is clear to AIS that all VFR stakeholders should be engaged. Therefore on this page you will find a copy of our current dataset of these features and with your help we aim to improve the accuracy and currency.
The dataset is available to download as a CSV file and can be visualised in Google Earth (KMZ).
If you are aware of any anomalies in the dataset then please complete the UK Unlicensed & Uncertificated Aeronautical Sites sheet below (xls) and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Google Earth File (KMZ)|
|Comma Separated Database File|
|Update/amend UK Unlicensed & Uncertificated Aeronautical Sites (XLS)|
Note to developers: We will endeavour to maintain the same file formats on this page, however some may change with improvements to the dataset.