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Jeppesen Announces SIMCharts 3.0

Last updated Tue, 03 Apr 2012 09:42:19 GMT
Originally posted on Wed, 30 Jul 2003 17:53:12 GMT

Now available from Jeppesen is SIMCHARTS v3.0, their latest version of electronic charts for Microsoft Flight Simulator, now compatible with FS2004. Nine chart regions are available, offering terminal charts, SIDs, STARs, airport diagrams and more. For details, click on Read More.

Jeppesen has released SIMCharts v3.0, the latest version of its electronic charts for use with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight.

SIMCharts enhances Flight Simulator 2004 by allowing users to view, sort, and print Jeppesen charts for nearly every airport contained in the simulator.

SIMCharts v3.0 includes dated terminal charts - appearances , SIDs, STARs, and airport diagrams - for nine geographic regions. The regions nearly cover the world, and align seamlessly with the Jeppesen NavData in Flight Simulator 2004. The price for one region is $34.95; three regions are available for $69.95.

 For those seeking an added element of realism, SIMCharts paper en route charts align with Flight Simulator 2004. They are available for the three U.S. regions and Europe. Each en route chart coverage is available for $24.95.

www.jeppesen.com
 

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