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Adding Charts for iPad

Posted on June 22, 2014 22:05 by flapsup

Hi Folks. Excuse my dimness, but I don't understand how you add charts to Haversine, so that you can call them up in AirTrack on your iPad. Could someone please explain in simple terms the method for doing this please.
Thanks
John

Posted on June 22, 2014 22:28 by skyfox

Hi,

I'm sorry, Charts should be better documented / explained but they aren't :(

Essentially:

1) Register for an Air Account; you can do this from the iPad or at: http://haversine.com/register

2) Login to the web site and go to the Charts section http://haversine.com/login

3) Upload charts in PDF format to your personal area http://haversine.com/charts

4) Login with your same Air Account on the iPad

5) Your Charts should appear there and you should be able to download them

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If you want to create a directory for holding charts, you can do it by adding a new chart but not selecting any PDF. This will create a section which is kind of a folder.

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Again I apologise for this not being more clear :( Will try to make it better,

fun flights,
joao @ haversine

Posted on June 23, 2014 19:48 by flapsup

I have loaded a rout into Haversine and also loaded a chart. But when I click on FMC in Airtrack then load, it says no plans loaded. Also when I click on charts in Airtrack, I just get the page that says join Air route, which I have already done, so I don't understand how you get Flight plans or charts into AirTrack
Thanks.
John

Posted on June 23, 2014 20:26 by skyfox

Hi John,

On the Settings page of AirTrack, go to "User Data"

There insert your online username and password and press Online.

Now go to Charts; you should see your charts there.

Now go to FMC and press LOAD. You should see your flight plan there. This one might take a minute or two so be patient and try again if it doesn't show up at first.

I think what you were missing was the username and password step above. Let me know if you still have any problems,

hope this helps,
joao

Posted on June 24, 2014 11:01 by flapsup

Joao. Yup, that was it. I didn't know how to do the User Data bit, so you were absolutely correct.
Thank you so much for your time and patience, very much appreciated.
John.

Posted on August 4, 2014 21:21 by flapsup

Sorry. I do not understand where I get the PDF charts from, when you say - 3) Upload charts in PDF format to your personal area http://haversine.com/charts.
I have charts in Navigraph do I have to export the charts somehow from Navigraph to my Air Account?
Thanks
John

Posted on August 5, 2014 08:04 by skyfox

You need to have charts in PDF format on your computer.

You then long to your account on the website and go to http://haversine.com/charts

There you select Create New and start uploading. Entering a name without a PDF will create a directory.

You then login to your Air Account and your online charts will appear there.

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The PDF charts can come from different sources. You can get them from VATSIM/IVAO web sites, you can get them from the specific country AIPs, For the UK for example you can get them form: http://www.nats-uk.ead-it.com/ For the US you can get them from the FAA website. They are generally free.

If you have Navigraph charts and a Navigraph subscription you will have to find a way of exporting them to PDF. You then import them to your Air Account online.

So there is no one unique source of charts; it is whichever source you happen to use.

Sorry about it not being very clear,
joao @ haversine

Posted on August 5, 2014 14:02 by flapsup

Thanks Joao. I have saved the PDF's for Heathrow in a folder EGLL, but when I try to get them into a folder called EGLL on Air Account, it won't let me. The box says open and not Save.
Am I still doing something wrong.
Cheers
John

Posted on August 6, 2014 08:15 by skyfox

Hi John,

The way it works on http://haversine.com/charts is:

1. If you enter: Create New, give a code and name and press enter without uploading a chart, you will create a directory, for example: EGLL. You can have a directory inside a directory and so on.

2. Now you click Select on that directory to enter it.

3. And then you crick on "Create New" when you are inside it. You then give a code and a name and select a PDF file. Upload and then a chart is uploaded to that directory.

hope this helps,
joao

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