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airport diagragm in kneeboard size---where and how?

Herbert J 2 years ago updated by Eric.Rush (Project Lead) 2 years ago 1

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This depends on the airport you are viewing. The FAA only produces airport diagrams for about 800 airports so not all airports will have a dedicated airport diagram. There is a Kneeboard format however, that contains a mini-diagram along with other common information for the airport that can be printed. There is a blue button at the bottom of the Overview section for printing that format (see screenshot below). For any of the 800+ airports that the FAA publishes an official airport diagram for, they are already in a kneeboard size and can be printed by clicking on the diagram at the top of the airport details page (if there is one) or from within the Procedures section a little further down the page. Again, you will only see an airport diagram for the 800+ airports that the FAA publishes one for.


Answer

This depends on the airport you are viewing. The FAA only produces airport diagrams for about 800 airports so not all airports will have a dedicated airport diagram. There is a Kneeboard format however, that contains a mini-diagram along with other common information for the airport that can be printed. There is a blue button at the bottom of the Overview section for printing that format (see screenshot below). For any of the 800+ airports that the FAA publishes an official airport diagram for, they are already in a kneeboard size and can be printed by clicking on the diagram at the top of the airport details page (if there is one) or from within the Procedures section a little further down the page. Again, you will only see an airport diagram for the 800+ airports that the FAA publishes one for.