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SkyVector is pleased to unveil its world wide charts. Years in development, these charts will be refreshed every 28 days with updated aeronautical data. The charts come in three styles. Because they are far from perfect, we're calling them Beta. We need your help to find and fix all the little things.

World VFR

This chart is a "Sectional-style" VFR chart for use at low levels. For the United States, official FAA charts have been thoughtfully stitched together. For the rest of the world, topographical and aeronautical data have been sourced and assembled in a very high quality rendering.
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World Hi

The World Hi is a high-altitude IFR enroute chart. For the CONUS, official FAA Hi Enroute charts were stitched together. Oceans were painted blue, and high altitude jetways have been drawn for the rest of the world.
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World Lo

Similar to the World Hi, the World Lo depicts all low altitude Victor airways in the world.
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A few new things

Along with the rollout of the new charts, additional weather overlay products are now available including Airmets and Sigmets, TFRs, plus Radar and Satellite imagery. The expansion to worldwide coverage meant some necessary changes to the way the "Go" box and the flight plan "Add" box work. Many identifiers are duplicated around the world. The system will use your current map location or the last planned point, and select the geographically closest matching object with the identifier you input.

More Changes Coming

Coming soon:
  1. Airport Pages for all International Airports
  2. FBO listings, comments, reviews
  3. Fuel Prices on the map
  4. Much better flight planning and Filing

I have to say this is really awesome. Thank you for your hard work and this web sight.

Hi, is possible to saving the fligth plan? thank
Pil. Simone Ferrari

Dear Dave, I am am a CPL flight instructor and freelance pilot, since 40 years in Bavaria / Germany. I discovered your SkyVector just yesterday and it is the best I have ever seen, regarding this kind of aeronautical information. Congratulations for a great thing, and a big innovation! I have discovered a small error. The airfield EDNT Treuchtlingen, is on your VFR map located very close to my home, however it is in reality about 100 nm to the south. The correct data is: EDNT Treuchtlingen-Bubenheim N48 59.8 E010 53.1 Elev. 1345 ft / 410 m info 122,600 Mhz

Charly Schorr

Here's a worked example of how to use my free email nav planning app in combination with SkyVector http://bit.ly/QKu8sW Enjoy !

Hello there - a big thank you from me to add to all the others above. I am presently working on feasibility for a VFR flight to Australia from the UK to take place next year in my Piper Cherokee... without your charts online I wouldn't have been able to so readily work out the routes (in many places I will have to follow Low-level IFR routes even when VFR) and distances etc required to figure out whether I can make it between airfields with AVGAS..... now that I have found your magnificent system I have been able to plan all the routes within a day, over 11,500NM in total! The only addition I would ask for would be the ability to SAVE routes so that I can come back and amend as various planning assumptions change. Thanks again, Andy

This is amazing! I have tried to get VFR charts for India since a very long time, and know there's a government published WAC for the region but have not managed to find out where to buy one! I tried creating a new thread for India but for some reason it doesn't show up. Is there a lag before it shows up? In any case, here are my comments about the Indian charts. MWCL - Edward Bodden airfield in the Caymans shows up in the middle of India! N19°39.98' E80°4.94' Missing airports VOJK - Jakkur in Bangalore between VOYK and VOBG. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jakkur_Airfield VOBI - Bellary near the Bellary VOR. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bellary_Airport VOJV - Vidyanagar east of Bellary. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vidyanagar_Airport V095 - Hosur airport southeast of Bangalore. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hosur_Aerodrome VOVR - Vellore airport between Bangalore and Chennai. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vellore_Airport Wrong airport symbol VOMY - has an asphalt runway but is shown as an unimproved strip. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mysore_Airport More to come as I look through the charts. Thanks again!

I've noticed for example, in Russia, there are some airports missing that I know for a fact exist. They appear on Google Earth, are they just purposely kept off the charts? I.E. Ramenskoye Airport (UUBW)

I found this usefull and beautifull site just yesterday when i was watching a VOR training movie. Thank you for all the time and work that you put into this site. Greatings from the Netherlands

what a great job you folks are doing, so much info.
are you affiliated with jeppesen? thank you

Bruce Hart

It is very difficult to find all information about Pakistan at one place and I have run exhaustive search but could find appropriate stuff, however this website provides very good information and should be shared with all those looking for Pakistan Encyclopedia.

Hi Dave, is there a formal way to report errors? e.g. our airfield ETHI has a different identifier now: EDHF. The NDB next to it does not exist anymore... regards Georg

Great work, we all appreicate what you done. Thanks

Wow, excellent work!

I'd like a tool that lets me shoot a bearing from a VOR and displays it on the chart separate from the flight plan so I can see what bearing I can expect when at a certain position. Unfortunately my ruler and pencil doesn't work so good on my computer screen :)

Fantastic!!! Great work!
take-care Anders http://flightsimulatorfan.blogspot.com/

Hello there - a big thank you from me to add to all the others above. I am presently working on feasibility for a VFR flight to Australia from the UK to take place next year in my Piper Cherokee... without your charts online I wouldn't have been able to so readily work out the routes (in many places I will have to follow Low-level IFR routes even when VFR) and distances etc required to figure out whether I can make it between airfields with AVGAS..... now that I have found your magnificent system I have been able to plan all the routes within a day, over 11,500NM in total! The only addition I would ask for would be the ability to SAVE routes so that I can come back and amend as various planning assumptions change. Thanks again, Andy

Nice site ! Very useful. My feedback is that in Canada Edmonton we can find LAT9 btw DARUB-BERAK as long as You can not find it on current chart HI 1 or in CACS. Anyway great job. I use it also for VFR !


Hi, very good job, any chance to have app plates for europe ? Thanks you

Fantastic! Excellent work, thank you very much, Dave!! I'll get the word out to my fellow flying club members.

There is a thread for Germany that has a few excellent posts already. Thanks for this feedback. We'll hopefully have it fixed next week.

Great work!!! keep it up guys...

hi there is a need to create a thread for Indian region lots of gen not available easily on public domain looking forward to see your effort....

Good work Dave.. I love it already.


I did find just one bug...When you enter a flight plan, you can no longer hover over or click on TFR's for the information on them. Thanx Dave...keep up the good work


Forgot to mention in my last post that its not just TFR's you can't hover or click on after entering a flight plan, its all layered data.


It's a wierd glitchiness in MSIE 7 and 8. 9 seems fine, and, of course, all other non-MS browsers are fine. I'll keep fidling with it to see if I can't get it to work right.

(1) What happened to the "Show Weather" checkbox ? I can't toggle the wx.
(2) I can't drag (or "rubberband") a waypoint after I create it. I really want that feature to work.
(3) Regroup the chart links ie: Group the WORLD links together on line 2.
Think of it in terms of catagory then class:

Enroute H-x Enroute L-x ( ) Area xx-xx WAC (sectional) ( ) tac ( ) fly ( ) heli
World Hi World Low World VFR

"Show Weather" is now "Text Weather Icons" in the dialog that opens when you click on Layers. The dragging hasn't changed, but there is an annoying Firefox bug that makes it difficult to "grab" the line if the line is nearly horizontal. You have to "hunt" around for a "hot spot" We are going to find a fix for this, as it doesn't look like Firefox is going to fix it. I agree with you on the grouping. I'm thinking 3 buttons for the world charts, and a pull-down list of individual charts. The odd grouping you see is a "order by scale" sort. Thanks for your feedback, and I'm sorry you had to wait for your comment to be moderated. We are under brutal seige by spammers today.

I RIGHT click on ANY point on ANY chart and RELEASE ...click plan ...establish the waypoint ...REPEAT this process elsewhere to establish a route ...mouse over to either waypoint ...hover over the waypoint ...mouse icon changes to 4-pt cross ...LEFT click and HOLD ...attempt to drag ...NOTHING !!! I CAN'T drag that waypoint anywhere WHEN A ROUTE HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED !!! (the waypoint WILL drag by itself ONLY when NOT part of a route) (the route itself WILL "rubberband" in any direction BUT those waypoints are now STUCK !!!) Anybody else having this issue ? If so, then it is a software issue. Please advise.

I was able to reproduce... and fix! Thanks for speaking up. I obviously didn't spend enough time testing with IE.

Found it in the "Layers"...Data Layers...Text Weather Icons (METAR/TAF) Thank you. However, please consider returning this ONE checkbox back up to the same "taskbar" next to "Layers" because it is cycled so frequently and it now requires 3 mouseclicks to: (1) open (2) check/uncheck and (3) close Please advise

I have closed every browser...back to desktop... MANUALLY cleared history, recent, cookies, temp internet files, etc.... Run CCleaner... Run NOD32 and Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware... Restart the computer AND modem... THE WAYPOINTS (as part of an established route) DO NOT MOVE !!! IF I ADD A WAYPOINT TO THE ROUTE...IT TOO WILL NOT MOVE !!! THIS IS A VITAL FEATURE TO SKYVECTOR...PLEASE FIX.................. Please advise...

Don't give up on me and I won't stop working until its really actually fixed-fixed. So you were right, it wasn't fixed the last time I thought it was. But I made another change and I think I got it this time. I await your test results.

Works fine in my IE8. no issues with moving waypoints or rubber banding to line


Man, this is just awesome, good job. How do you fund this stuff? Is there somewhere where we can contribute?

1. Tell people, especially FBOs, that you use SkyVector. 2. Take pictures of Airports from the air and post them on this site. Then feel free to enjoy it without guilt.

This was demo'd at SunNFun 2012 and I was wondering when it was coming out. Looked everyday to see. Thanks for a great product and understand there will be small bugs to work out, but I think you have hit this one out of the park. I am a military aviator and have used Skyvector.com for 5 years to plan flights for trainers and the such. Keep up the great work and see you at Sun N Fun 2013. Cheers.

Thanks for all the work that has gone into this kickass update!

Da qualche giorno non posso più stampare le cartine, per quale ragione?

Great website before, even better now!

Question? How long until TFR's appear on map. I noticed AIFP has a new TFR near my home airport but it hasn't appeared on skyvector yet.


Dave, Still wondering what may have happened. Used a friends iPad and the maps all come up fine, but holding a finger on the station "button" does not bring up current conditions. Tried on another iPhone and mine again, and still nothing. It works fine on a Macbook Pro and PC's just fine. Tinkered all around w/ Layers and no-go. It used to work....

Dave, Checked with a buddies iPad today and another iPhone and neither will display current weather while holding the finger on the button. Played around with layers too and got nothing. Hope there is a way to get that to work again. Is a really awesome feature!

I use this often with the paper sectionals......will this site be set-up like a paper sectional.....it's currently blank other than airport airspace sectors? Thanks, Bob

Thank you so much for this! I live in Buffalo and Canada is 1/2 my flying world.....thank you again this is the best ever!

It is no big deal changing the lat/long format to decimal degrees but will the be an option for displaying that format with the charts. Regards, Ken
Cheers, Ken A

Great improvements Dave! I continue to extremely enjoy using this website. One bug that I found was the radar overlay seems to move on the map as you scroll in or scroll out. What I mean is a given weather system will be in a different location on the map depending on how zoomed in or zoomed out you are. Not sure if this was mentioned before or not?
C Dumont

Flantastic, Love it

Dave, Great work! What is the source of the int'l. chart data? Of course, I'd like to see more int'l. airports, equiv. of int'l, airport AFDs, a Charts icon that brings up all the int'l. charts. Looking forward to fuel price pop-ups! Thanks, Mike


Thank the staff, it's an awesome site that just got even better! Thanks for the hundreds of charts that have already made flying for me alot less complicated, you guys are great. Sincerely, JC