The gliders of Fayence-AAPCA

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Information for GPS navigators

THE AERADERS FOR THE VOL TO VOILE – 2019 Edition

Not all emergency areas present and described in the “2019 Safety Areas Guide” have been reported. It would appear that the new land in the Guide has not yet been deferred.

Espace Aeriens Francais

for Switzerland http://flyland.ch/download-en.php

under the heading: generell data as OpenAir for XCSoar, LK8000, C-pilot Pro, etc…

It is possible to have the obstacles, but the file is bigger. The rescue fields are in this new edition marked by the number corresponding to the “Guide to safety areas 2019”.

THE BASICS OF POINTS FOR YOUR GPS. 2019-04 version

All emergency areas present and described in the “2019 Safety Areas Guide” are postponed.

They are now named by the name of the place and the reference number corresponding to the “Guide to safety areas 2019”.

Other relief areas remain in this file (e.g. Callas, La Roque, Logi-Villaute…)

Aerienspace Space Turns Points

LK8000 / PROFIL TYPE FILE FOR VOLER A FAYENCE

A file set has to copy into the root of the LK8000 directory to get a configuration working well a Fayence Configuration LK8000 for Fayence

Recording a circuit for completion as planned in the Flarm (if you don’t have a PDA logger)

A small utility allows to enter a circuit as planned in the Flarm. you can download it here (you need an SD card reader and the Flarm SD card)

FlarmCfgTool Dezippez this file in a directory of your PC

Open the file FlarmCfgTool.exe You get this windows:

 

 

Press Load (Charger) to enter the profile AAPCA Enter the type of glider, class, and registration (beware, this data is required to validate the flight and for safety reasons as it will allow searches in case of an accident!)

Then enter the points of the circuit: press the arrow down and type the first letters from the turning point that will appear in the list.

Select it and move on to the next one until the end of the circuit Then press “create” Flarmconfig.txt (In Blue)

The utility will then create a small text file that must be copied or saved in the root directory of the flarm’s SD card

Before turning on the Flarm, introduce the SD card in the Flarm, to record the circuit circuit. IGC “as planned.”