As for the problem you are having, it is an issue that we are working on. Cheers, Nivo Jabair had its first Jepp FD mobile experience today. No Freq Data on the chart (or I can't find where to turn it on) No User Waypoints (that I can find) Did an RNAV and did not see the GPS position on the chart like the old FD does, (which is no biggie for me but the FTDK seems to think so) the Oz Runways by comparison, for IFR and VFR its still way in front with WAC's etc etc etc, I do prefer the Jepp plates and the en route charts are clearer. Im trying to add route waypoints specifically airports with both NDB and VOR.
This happens when the coverages do not touch on land. For example I stick in MDG but want the track to originate from the VOR and not the NDB. Cheers Jay Bo, I've contacted Jepp about that problem.
That makes sense, because these two sections of the app have an incredible number of features that are useful for everyday flying.
But that doesn't mean the rest of the app can be ignored.
In particular, the Imagery tab deserves more attention than most pilots give it - after some recent changes, it's more valuable than ever.
Contact your Jeppesen account manager for details.*** This app crashes and slows to a crawl on my i Pad Air so often it is ridiculous. Every time I search for a particular flight plan I have to select sort by name.Yours is not working because you have the Far East and Australasia. Guess a fix is on it's way :hmm: The Australian maps and approach charts are working for me. Basically there is no way to specify a VOR or the NDB and the route algorithm defaults to the navaid closest to the direct track.What happens then is that if it defaults to the NDB, but the VOR of the same name is what defines the airway, it won't accept the airway as part of the route.Jeppesen Flite Deck Pro is a powerful, complete mobile electronic flight bag (EFB) solution that includes the high quality charting that Jeppesen is known for, dynamic chart rendering, and all of the information that you need to fly paperless.The Flite Deck Pro app provides you with immediate, direct, and reliable access to enroute chart data, terminal charts, and Airway Manual text.
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