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JEPPESEN CHARTS
Jeppesen Sanderson Inc publishes aviation documents as prescribed by the
applicable authority of the state and promulgated. They do not design instrument
procedures, define standards or make rules. They simply reproduce the relevant material.
Following sections describe important symbols
and their usage in HIGH/LOW ENROUTE CHARTS.
One of these charts is displayed here.

The scale of the


chart is stated on the
front panel on top on
both sides.

These charts are revised when required.

Each sheet covers certain area. Area covered


by two faces of the sheet are highlighted by thick
border on the map background as shown on the right
(7 and 8).

Changes affected since the last revision are


listed at the bottom of the front panel.

A unique Zigdex feature enables the user to unfold the chart as the flight progresses,
like turning the pages of a book. Name of a major city is visible on each panel to identify
where to unfold the chart.

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ENROUTE CHART LEGEND


AIRPORTS

Civil IFR

Airport Identification
Elevation 404 ft
Military
Longest R/W 9000 ft
VFR

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Restricted

Prohibited

Danger

MOCA
AIRWAY INFORMATION Min Obstruction
MEA Clearance Altitude
Min Enroute
Altitude / FL

AIRWAY and ROUTE DESIGNATOR


R Suffix RNAV Route
VOR RADIALS and ROUTE BEARINGS
MAGNETIC

CONTROL ZONE GRID MORA


Upper Limit: FL 60 More than 14,000 ft
Magenta Coloured
± Accuracy Doubtful

ADF BEARING
Station Direction
and Identification

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REPORTING POINTS

Compulsory
Reporting Point

Non-Compulsory
Reporting Point

AIRSPACE DELINEATION

DELINEATION OF ADIZ DELINEATION OF FIRs


[Air Defence Identification Zone]

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AIRWAY INFORMATION

AIRWAY AND ROUTE CENTRE LINES

NAVAID IDENTIFICATION and OPERATION


SHADOW BOX: Navaid is Airway/ Route Component

Frequency Identifier and Morse Code.


D DME Capability plus Geographical co-ordinates

Some NDBs combined even though not part of the airway

Navaid Name, Location Name and Airport Name are SAME

* [Asterisk] Navaid Operation NOT CONTINUOUS

UNDERLINE below Navaid Identifier indicates BFO required to be ON for aural


identification

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Met Report Required (M)


Air Temp, Wind, Icing, Turbulence, Clouds
and other Significant Weather

Localizer Front Course

HOLDING PATTERN

DME HOLDING PATTERN

VOR
HOLDING PATTERNS
LEFT and RIGHT HAND

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STANDARD INSTRUMENT ARRIVAL (STAR)

NDB

Min Safe Altitude


Sector-wise

Non-compulsory
Air Space Fixes

Fix Designator
Coordinates

Crossing Altitude
Speed Restrictions

Compulsory Air
Fly Over FIX Space Fixes

Radar VOR
Vectoring DME

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STANDARD INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE (SID)

Altimeter
Setting
Data
Departure NAME

All ALTITUDES shown on SIDs and STARS


ARE MSL, unless otherwise specified

Navaid: Freq, Ident


D - DME Nm

VOR RADIAL
DME Nm

Track

NOT TO SCALE

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SAMPLE QUESTIONS ON USE OF JEPPESEN CHARTS


Please refer to enclosed extract of En-route chart to answer following.

1. Routing from Ahmedabad to Mumbai following …………. route is:

2. Segment Ahmedabad to Bhavnagar is for use by domestic flights (True/ False).

3. Daman Control Zone extends up to …………….

4. MEA for the route VAAE to VABB is:

(a) 2300 ft
(b) 8000 ft
(c) 3700 ft
(d) Flight Level 80

5. MOCA on route VAAE to VABB following W12S is:


(a) 3800 ft
(b) 2500 ft
(c) 3700 ft
(d) 1800 ft

6. Bhavnagar Elevation is:


(a) 44 feet
(b) 63 feet
(c) 44 metres
(d) 63 metres.

7. Longest runway available at Vadodara is:


(a) 1230 metres
(b) 8100 feet
(c) 810 metres

8. Transmitter at Surat is
(a) VOR
(b) DME
(c) NDB
(d) ADF

9. Highest Grid MORA for the route VAAE – VABV- VABB is:
(a) 7700 feet
(b) 4800 feet
(c) 3300 feet
(d) 3500 feet

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Extract of JEPPESEN High/ Low Altitude Enroute Chart: SAMPLE FOR TRAINING ONLY
Not to be used for Operation

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10. NDB Frequency at Ahmedabad is ……………………..

11. Asterisk (*) at Daman with D 113.3 DMN means:


(a) DME does not operate continuously.
(b) VOR does not operate continuously
(c) Both do not operate continuously

12. Flying on route VAAE – VABV – VABB Restricted airspace that would be crossed is:

13. Jeppesen En-route charts are revised:


(a) every fortnight
(b) monthly
(c) when required
(d) with Notam cycle

14. An arrow with 201° close to position EXOLU (on radial 314 from BBB at 100 nm)
indicates VOR BVR 114.1 is on:

(a) magnetic track 201 from this position


(b) radial 021 from this position
(c) true track 021 from this position
(d) true track 201 from this position

15. Surat Control Zone extends up to

(a) 8000 feet on QNH


(b) 8000 feet on 1013.2 hPa
(c) 8000 feet above ground level
(d) 8000 feet amsl.

16. On route segment from VABV to VABB, two figures 100 and 165 above the route
designator indicate:

17. Approximate direction of ILS localizer at Vadhodara is:


(a) 043
(b) 223
(c) not available on this chart

18. Weather from Mumbai can be obtained on the following HF (long range frequencies)

19. Shape of area designated VA(D) -7, located due East of Mumbai is:
(a) a circle
(b) a rectangle
(c) combination of circle and rectangle
(d) rectangle with circular part removed.

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20. Difference between Reporting Points BOFIN (100 nm on radial 348 from BBB) and
Songarh on radial 018 from BBB is:
(a) compulsory and non-compulsory
(b) within Mumbai Terminal Area and outside
(c) DR position and over navaid
(d) Domestic routes and all routes.

21. Difference between short arrow at VOR (dark brown) and NDB (green) is first and
second respectively show direction of:
(a) magnetic and true north
(b) true north only
(c) magnetic north only
(d) grid north.

22. Letter „R‟ in Route Designator „M638R‟ starting from Mumbai on radial 314° means it is a:
(a) reserved route
(b) reversible route
(c) area navigation route
(d) restricted route.

23. Air Route Distance between Bahvnagar and Mumbai, and Mumbai and Bhavnagar is:
(a) 165 nm and 165 nm
(b) 195 nm and 195 nm
(c) 195 nm and 165 nm
(d) 165 nm and 195 nm.

Please refer to enclosed extract of STAR chart for DELHI (VIDP) to answer following.

24. Arrival „SAM 5B‟ procedure is for runways …………….

25. After „SAMPLA‟ VOR following the radial 190, symbol means ……………….

26. Aeroplane approaching from North for landing on runway 29 from „SAMPLA‟ VOR may
be required to follow procedure ………. or ……………….

27. Holding pattern indicated over „SAMPLA‟ is a


(a) VOR hold
(b) VOR/ DME hold
(c) Radar hold
(d) RNAV hold

28. „DP 106‟ south-east of Delhi indicates ………………….

29. Difference in fixes DP 108 (radial 092 SAMPLA) and DP 109 (radial 190 SAMPLA) is
…………….

30. Box with text “At 10000‟ 210 KT” next to a fix means ……………..

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ANSWERS: JEPPESEN CHARTS

Question Option/ Answer Question Option/ Answer

1 AAE, BVR, BBB via W13S 21 c

2 True 22 c

3 FL 50 23 d

4 c 24 09, 10 and 11

5 a 25 Radar Vector heading 194

6 a 26 5A or 5F

7 b 27 b

8 c 28 Fix Designator

Fly over and Compulsory


9 d 29
Fixes respectively
Crossing Altitude and Speed
10 215 kHz 30
restriction

11 c

12 VA(R) – 47

13 c

14 b

15 b

Distance VABV to BOFIN


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and Total segment distance

17 b

18 2965, 6676 and 11387 kHz

19 b

20 c

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