Chart Gallery

ArcGIS for Aviation: Charting contains sample data and templates to create products that are compliant with the United Nations International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Annex 4 specification. Users may need to modify colors, symbology, or related text on these products to meet their in-country specifications. The charts below were created using the sample data, templates, and tools available in ArcGIS for Aviation: Charting.

Data source—Sample data made from ArcGIS for Aviation: Charting
Software—ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS for Aviation: Charting


Charts for Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)

Enroute Charts

Enroute Charts

Enroute Charts provide flight crews with the information that will facilitate navigation along ATS routes in compliance with air traffic services procedures.

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Standard Terminal Arrival Charts

Standard Terminal Arrival Charts

Standard Terminal Arrival Charts provide information to the flight crews that facilitate their arrival to an airport.

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Standard Instrument Departure Charts

Standard Instrument Departure Charts

Standard Instrument Departure Charts provide flight crews with information to facilitate their departures from an airport.

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Airport Diagrams

Airport Diagrams

Airport Diagrams depict the airport facility and include such information as taxiways and vertical obstructions.

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Instrument Approach Procedures

Instrument Approach Procedures

Instrument Approach Procedures provide flight crews with information to aid them in landing at the intended runway as well as useful information in the event of a missed approach.

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Radar Minimum Altitude Charts

Radar Minimum Altitude Charts

Radar Minimum Altitude Charts are supplementary charts to help flight crews monitor and cross check altitudes while under radar control.

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Charts from Aena

Airport Diagram by Aena

Airport Diagram by Aena

Airport diagrams provide flight crews with information about the airport facilities to aid with landing and with navigation while taxiing on the ground. This chart was created by Aena using ArcGIS for Aviation: Charting. Aena is a Spanish-based global operator of airport services and air navigation.

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Enroute Chart by Aena

Enroute Chart by Aena

Enroute Charts provide flight crews with the information that will facilitate navigation along ATS routes in compliance with air traffic services procedures. This chart was created by Aena using ArcGIS for Aviation: Charting. Aena is a Spanish-based global operator of airport services and air navigation.

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Visual Approach Chart by Aena

Visual Approach Chart by Aena

This chart provides flight crews with information which will enable them to transit from the en-route/descent to approach phases of flight to the runway of intended landing by means of visual reference. This chart was created by Aena using ArcGIS for Aviation: Charting. Aena is a Spanish-based global operator of airport services and air navigation.

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Charts from Avinor

Instrument Approach Chart by Avinor

Instrument Approach Chart by Avinor

Instrument Approach Procedures provide flight crews with information to aid them in landing at the intended runway as well as useful information in the event of a missed approach. This chart was created by Avinor using a combination of CGx software (AIP-GIS Charting) and ArcGIS for Aviation: Charting. Avinor is responsible for planning, developing and operating the Norwegian airport network.

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Charts for Visual Flight Rules (VFR)

Sectional Charts

Sectional Charts

Sectional Charts depict the necessary information to aid in visual air navigation. These charts are best used for low speed, short or medium range operations at low and intermediate altitudes.

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Visual Approach Chart

Visual Approach Chart

Visual Approach Charts provide information which enable flight crews to transit from the descent to the approach phases of flight to the runway of intended landing by means of visual reference.

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