JEPPESEN WORKING TO CORRECT IRREGULARITIES

PropAv8or

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Sep 3, 2002
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Jeppesen has identified and corrected many of the irregularities in its
NavData boundary data, but the company says that about 350 of the more than
20,000 boundaries included in the latest update (0303) of the database,
which is effective March 20, have not yet been corrected. Jeppesen noted
that the irregularities are in the NavData boundary records only, which are
generally used for graphic map depictions and boundary warnings. Primary
navigation data -- navaids, waypoints, airways, SIDs, STARs and instrument
approaches -- are not affected. Neither are the paper versions of the
company''s aeronautical charts. To see a list of the specific boundary
irregularities, visit http://www.jeppesen.com/airspace.
 

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