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New Navigraph Charts Offers Worldwide VFR Coverage We are proud to announce the release of Navigraph Charts 8. The most notable feature additions in the new version are worldwide VFR charts coverage, drag and drop rubber band route construction, seamless zoom down to gate level, and 3D globe projection. Following the initial release many more features await such as weather layers, profile views, navlog, traffic, and annotations. Navigraph Charts 8 has been developed with emphasis on delivering a seamless and intuitive experience, reducing the pilot workload in all phases of the simulated flight. https://youtu.be/KkCP3dOFGcs What’s New? Navigraph Charts 8 has…

Andy of Navigraph team has another tutorial video uploaded at YouTube. This time, he will explain what is the Instrument Landing System (ILS), how to perform it and prepare your PMDG 737 NGX. For the best final approach and landing result, always prepare your airliner to the best position and speed with anticipation.

The Navigraph Development Team is proud to announce that the long anticipated new version of Navigraph Charts is now available for download here: https://www.navigraph.com/ChartsApps.aspx What is it?Navigraph Charts is a software for flight simulator pilots to search any airspace in the world for waypoints, navaids, and airways. With its interactive enroute chart and a worldwide coverage of Jeppesen charts at 6,800 airports in 230 countries it is the most comprehensive and popular software of its kind. With Navigraph Simlink it is possible to connect Navigraph Charts to simulators such as Lockheed Martin Prepar3D, Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Laminar Research…

“Nowe some there be that be very inquisitive to have a way to get the longitude, but that is to tedious” . This quotation by William Bourne (“A Regiment for the Sea”, 1574) settles a crucial problem that 15th century navigators faced and the tedious tentatives that were carried out by those who sought to solve the longitude problem, accomplished by the eighteenth century only. (For those interested in the subject, a fascinating account is given by R. Dunn and R. Higgitt in their book “Finding Longitude”, Collins, 2014). Find one´s way either while at the sea or in the…