Canadian vfr charts online


Enroute Charts – 16 charts that provide complete coverage of Canada and are revised every 56 days. Terminal Area Charts (TAC) –TAC1 and TAC2 charts are printed back to back and are revised every 56 days. VFR Navigation Charts (VNC) – A series of 52 charts at a scale of 1:500,000. NAV-Canada, the maker of Canadian charts, publishes effective dates, not expiration dates. They will update charts when they feel it's necessary, which could be 13 months or 20 months. Be assured that the charts in Sporty's inventory are the most current charts available from NAV-Canada. Canadian VFR and IFR charts, as well as the Airport Facilities Directory, can be ordered online from vendors such as Sporty's and Map Town or from various official Canadian sources. Don’t be surprised, however, if the charts are not available by the scheduled valid date. NAV-Canada, the maker of Canadian charts, publishes effective dates, not expiration dates. They will update charts when they feel it's necessary, which could be 13 months or 20 months. Be assured that the charts in Sporty's inventory are the most current charts available from NAV-Canada. The VFR Navigation Chart (VNC) is used by VFR pilots on short to extended cross-country flights at low to medium altitudes and at low to medium airspeeds. The chart displays aeronautical information and sufficient topographic detail to facilitate air navigation through the use of a unique colour scheme and layer tinting. There are 52 charts in the series. The scale is 1:500,000.