Consequently, certain names may appear in a computerized system that does not appear on a chart.The method used to identify these turning points and intersections is also included in "Nav Data Name Conventions." Q: I have a Garmin G600 and I get confused where I need to go for all the updates, including Nav Data, Obstacles, Terrain, Charts, Safe Taxi, AOPA, etc. A: Jeppesen provides Nav Data and Jeppesen charts (Jepp View for Multi-Function Display) services for Garmin MFDs and Integrated Flight Systems.Most avionics systems use a modified version of Jeppesen ARINC 424 (Nav Data) that is specific to that system.
View Jeppesen's Nav Data Update and Effectivity Schedule. A: Avionics that incorporate Jeppesen Obstacle data that are sold and distributed by Jeppesen are updated on the same 28-day cycle as Nav Data and coincides with the International AIRAC calendar.
These differences are generally resolved in the Nav Data Change Notices and the Jeppesen Chart Change Notices.
The change notices provide a weekly or bi-weekly update to the Nav Data and Chart services.
Q: I've been told the high price Garmin charges for Chart View is to cover fees Jeppesen imposes on Garmin to display Jeppesen chart. Q: What are the differences between Garmin Flite Charts and Jeppesen Charts for Multi-Function Displays?
A: There are several differences between Jeppesen charts (Jepp View MFD) and Garmin Flite Charts. Garmin's GNS 400 & 500 WAAS-enabled GPS systems require a 16MB Garmin Flash Card where the non-WAAS GNS 400 & 500 series require a 4MB or 8MB Garmin Flash Card.