New Navigraph Video Tutorials

A press release sent by Navigraph : “We are proud to announce a fourth set of video tutorials for direct download in the nDAC software. Eight tutorials have now been released, in addition to the 33 published previously. Each video teaches how to fly IFR approaches to various airports, including Madrid Barajas, Brussels, Johannesburg and Mexico City. “

The video tutorials have been produced by VideoFlyRec, a Spanish video production company, using chart material provided by Navigraph.

These eight new videos cover the following approaches:

1) Bangkok Don Mueang NDB-21R
A Boeing 737 performs an NDB approach in stormy weather to RWY 21R at Bangkok Don Mueang (VTBD).

2) Brussels ILS-25R
A Boeing 737 performs an ILS approach to RWY 25R at Brussels (EBBR).

3) Cairo VOR-05R
A Boeing 737 performs an ILS approach to RWY 05R at Cairo (HECA).

4) El Calafate VOR-25
An ATR 72-500 performs an ILS approach to RWY 25 at El Calafate (SAWC).

5) Johannesburg ILS-03L
A Boeing 767 performs an ILS approach to RWY 03L at Johannesburg (FAJS).

6) Madrid ILS-18L
A Boeing 767 performs an ILS approach to RWY 18L at Madrid Barajas (LEMD).

7) Mexico City ILS-05R
An Embraer performs an ILS approach to RWY 05R at Mexico City (MMMX).

8) Tel Aviv VOR-DME-08
An Embraer performs a VOR DME approach to RWY 08 at Tel Aviv (LLBG).

Each video is approximately 8 minutes long in 640×480 pixel resolution (~40 MB), and costs 40 Navigraph credits to download. The account can be charged with a minimum of 100 credits for 10 EUR.

The videos are viewed directly in the nDAC software, see http://www.navigraph.com/www/ndac.asp – no external media player is supported. The exact charts used in the videos can be downloaded separately as PDF documents from the Video Training section of the Learning Center / Online Contents tab in the nDAC software. They require the free Adobe Reader software for viewing and printing. The charts can also be downloaded and viewed in the nDAC software, but may have been updated since the production date of the video tutorial.

Video tutorial authors interested in distributing their material through Navigraph are invited to contact info{at}navigraph{dot}com.

All for now…

The Navigraph Development Team

We are proud to announce a fourth set of video tutorials for direct download in the nDAC software. Eight tutorials have now been released, in addition to the 33 published previously. Each video teaches how to fly IFR approaches to various airports, including Madrid Barajas, Brussels, Johannesburg and Mexico City. The video tutorials have been produced by VideoFlyRec, a Spanish video production company, using chart material provided by Navigraph. These eight new videos cover the following approaches:

1) Bangkok Don Mueang NDB-21R
A Boeing 737 performs an NDB approach in stormy weather to RWY 21R at Bangkok Don Mueang (VTBD).

2) Brussels ILS-25R
A Boeing 737 performs an ILS approach to RWY 25R at Brussels (EBBR).

3) Cairo VOR-05R
A Boeing 737 performs an ILS approach to RWY 05R at Cairo (HECA).

4) El Calafate VOR-25
An ATR 72-500 performs an ILS approach to RWY 25 at El Calafate (SAWC).

5) Johannesburg ILS-03L
A Boeing 767 performs an ILS approach to RWY 03L at Johannesburg (FAJS).

6) Madrid ILS-18L
A Boeing 767 performs an ILS approach to RWY 18L at Madrid Barajas (LEMD).

7) Mexico City ILS-05R
An Embraer performs an ILS approach to RWY 05R at Mexico City (MMMX).

8) Tel Aviv VOR-DME-08
An Embraer performs a VOR DME approach to RWY 08 at Tel Aviv (LLBG).

Each video is approximately 8 minutes long in 640x480 pixel resolution (~40 MB), and costs 40 Navigraph credits to download. The account can be charged with a minimum of 100 credits for 10 EUR.

The videos are viewed directly in the nDAC software, see http://www.navigraph.com/www/ndac.asp - no external media player is supported. The exact charts used in the videos can be downloaded separately as PDF documents from the Video Training section of the Learning Center / Online Contents tab in the nDAC software. They require the free Adobe Reader software for viewing and printing. The charts can also be downloaded and viewed in the nDAC software, but may have been updated since the production date of the video tutorial.

Video tutorial authors interested in distributing their material through Navigraph are invited to contact info{at}navigraph{dot}com.

All for now...

The Navigraph Development Team
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