VFR Manuals are used in Europe. This is formerly known as the Bottlang Airfield Manual.
- How often do I get updates for my VFR Manual?
- Are updates available in between the 28-day revision cycle?
- Why aren't airport telephone numbers shown on the approach charts?
- How are dialing codes depicted?
- Why is "XYZ" Airport not published in the VFR Manual?
- How can I get "my" aerodrome in the VFR Manual?
- Is the VFR Manual available in electronic form or on the Internet?
- What languages are available in the VFR Manuals?
1. How often do I get updates for my VFR Manual?
The revision service is referred to as a "monthly" update service. This is not quite true, since updates are distributed every 28 days which adds up to 14 updates a year.
2. Are updates available in between the 28-day revision cycle?
Yes. Special Notes are updated weekly. You can download them from www.jeppesen.com or receive them through a weekly e-mail service.
3. Why aren't airport telephone numbers shown on the approach charts?
Telephone numbers are listed in the Aerodrome Directory part for each country. They are not show on Approach Charts to avoid duplicating information and in case revisions are needed.
4. How are dialing codes depicted?
All phone numbers are shown for use within the specific country. For all international dialing codes, please refer to GENERAL 10-1.
5. Why is "XYZ" Airport not published in the VFR Manual?
In some cases, we are not able to publish charts of or by the local aeroclub or there simply is not enough verified information available to create charts. For your support, available information is published in the Aerodrome Directory.
6. How can I get "my" aerodrome in the VFR Manual?
If you see that we're missing a certain airport in the manual, you can help us. Please download the form below to provide us the required information. Include the aerodrome layout and a map with its exact location. We will verify the information and included in our publication.
7. Is the VFR Manual available in electronic form or on the Internet?
Yes, the VFR maps of the BAM are now available with JeppView 3.5. For more information or to place an order, call +49 6102 5070.
8. What languages are available in the VFR Manuals?
Text pages and approach charts are published by country in up to three languages:
|Austria||English & German|
|Belgium||English & French
|France||English & French|
|German||English & German|
|Switzerland||English, German & French|
Special notes and Aerodrome Directory are published in English only. The General Part is published in English, French and German.