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German MIL AIP


German MIL AIP

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jokoenig
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Hey guys,
the German Air Force publishes charts for most of the military airfields, see https://www.milais.org/publications.php
These publications include VFR approach charts for dually used airfields such as Ingolstadt/ETSI.
Would be great to have them in Skydemon!

Thanks
Johnny


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I would like to bring up this issue to Tims (or somebody elses of the SD team) attention. 62 liked it, so theres some demand for this feature. Also, several dual use airports such as ETSI publish visual approach charts, ground charts, ... which currently are not visible in SD at all.‌‌‌

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Please do not confuse the Skydemon team with further facts on German airspace ;-). They already have a hard time to swallow the two separate IFR and VFR AIPs, but yes, it is mandatory to take the MIL AIP into account for flight planning in Germany. Not only due to the AUP, or the badly designed EDR150 ... Problem is having the right data handy in a troglodytes Digineanderthal.
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German Military do not currently publish their content into the EAD PAMS database, which is what we license from Eurocontrol for inclusion in SkyDemon. They may have plans to do so, but with such little demand it's not currently on our radar to approach them and license it separately.
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