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For IFR Low routes, I do not see MEA and MOCA shown. Am I missing something? Those should show

Harry B 2 years ago updated by Eric.Rush (Project Lead) 2 years ago 1

See above.  HB 00249197  

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For MEA's, you may need to zoom in a little closer for them to appear. They are included on the airways but since the Jeppesen charts are dynamic, not all detail is shown based on zoom level. Zooming in further will reveal more chart detail.


In order to see MOCA values, enable the Lat/Long Grid Overlay that is located in the Map Components section (from the Overlays window). That will display values similar to the FAA MOCA but these are derived by Jeppesen and called Grid MORA.


More detail on Grid MORAs can be found in this Knowledge Base Article:

https://aopa.userecho.com/knowledge-bases/5/articles/152-why-dont-quadrant-figures-match-the-figures-on-an-faa-sectional-chart


Answer
Existing Capability

For MEA's, you may need to zoom in a little closer for them to appear. They are included on the airways but since the Jeppesen charts are dynamic, not all detail is shown based on zoom level. Zooming in further will reveal more chart detail.


In order to see MOCA values, enable the Lat/Long Grid Overlay that is located in the Map Components section (from the Overlays window). That will display values similar to the FAA MOCA but these are derived by Jeppesen and called Grid MORA.


More detail on Grid MORAs can be found in this Knowledge Base Article:

https://aopa.userecho.com/knowledge-bases/5/articles/152-why-dont-quadrant-figures-match-the-figures-on-an-faa-sectional-chart