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Instrument approach procedure design worldwide, specialising in RNAV(GNSS) and 'Point in Space' approaches. See
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Instrument approach plates for Cat A aircraft (UK and near Europe).
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Many thanks for the quick response. I'll register on the site and have a look. NO, 21.05.14. Can I ask why there are no MSA or TAA info on your plates? Other than that omission I think they are superb! RJ, 28.04.14. [NG: There is indeed MSA and TAA information on the plates; MSA info is in the corners of the plan and TAA info is shown in arcs on RNAV procedures.] I wanted to say "thank you" for your help and understanding while getting me through this complicated process. FK, 23.04.14. Thanks...I have downloaded and renamed all the files into the appropriate format. They work great in the ForeFlight app. DA, 23.04.14. Thanks for the help especially on the weekend. CB, 06.04.13. Thank you for your quick response. SW, 21.03.13. That's great. If our IMC training picks up and we find that we are making more use of the plates I will push for a third licence. MG, 08.03.13. Thanks for coming back so quick. I am 'only' a line pilot therefore I don't think I would be doing you any favours in representing you. We are being told officially that we are only a VFR operation and therefore we should use the AIP and the military equivalent. I have used in the past the argument that it's not healthy to have two systems of plates in the cockpit when things go awry like inadvertent IF. Hence we came back to you after a couple fo years using the AIP etc. You also made sure that a couple of extra airfields were covered which made gCAP the only safe solution. TH, 23.02.13. Thanks Nick, passed my test today! SD, 23.08.12. [Re sorting out IFR diversions for Belgium:] This is extremely good of you !!. AW, 06.08.12. I have just come across your website when I was looking for some approach plates to download. I must say well done, what a breath of fresh air, they are brilliant. I used to fly commercial but stopped a few years ago and just fly for pleasure now. Over the years I have used Jepp ones and hated them; too much info. Aerad ones I found much better but yours are much easier. I have always said why do we need all this c**p on approach plates, it just ends up making you miss something. Well done. I have signed up. Keep up the good work. A, 01.07.12. I've got some feedback for you - why are your charts not more widely used! They are really very good and compared to Jeppesen represent excellent value for money. MK, 26.06.12. [Re getting some plates done for a special trip:] Thank you. Sandra has been an amazing help. gCAP rock. DS, 26.05.12. Thought you might like to know I've now installed Goodreader and transferred all the plates as you suggested. This seems an excellent solution. DR, 22.05.12. Thanks for coming back to me and being willing to listen. I shall wait giddy with excitement for the next update. TH, 22.05.12. [Re a login problem:] That did it! Thanks for the speedy reply Nick. SH, 06.01.12. [Re changes to RVR minima:] Thanks for the very speedy reply Nick. DD, 20.11.12. I have recently done my 109 rating and I am flying P2 with an experienced pilot to get the twin time up, so I bought myself an iPad and the gCAP plates complement it very nicely. I flew the ILS to RWY 35 in Cork recently with the Jeppie plates and it is much more difficult when you are under pressure to extract the info. Co'K, 18.06.11. Thanks for a very useful programme. CB, 15.04.11. Thanks for the prompt and helpful response. CK, 07.04.11. For us low frequency IF pilots your plates are ideal. NJ, 11.02.11. Thank you for your generous and comprehensive reply. Very interesting. I do appreciate your advice and I shall continue to enjoy your plates. HM, 07.02.11. Many thanks for your hard work on these they're great. IW, 28.01.11. Could you please add [...] airfields to your excellent library of plates. DW, 20.01.11. That was a very good article in Instrument Pilot and I am looking forward to the next instalment. GW, 04.01.11. Many thanks for such a comprehensive answer, and for getting back to me so quickly. TN, 01.12.10. I do appreciate your detailed reply. RL, 19.10.10. Sounds great, I've been very pleased with gCAP and will continue to support the product. IW, 05.10.10. [Re login problems:] Will do, thanks for the quick support! PL, 06.04.10. Your article in Instrument Pilot (Sep/Oct 2009) proved to be an real eye opener. PO, 01.04.10. Thank you for your comprehensive reply. GW, 29.03.10. Many thanks for the speedy reply which has confirmed my understanding of the situation. DA, 15.02.10. Good customer care - much appreciated. LG, 17.07.09. [Re a question about circling:] Thanks Nick - no hurry, but you're the best person to ask! AB, 09.07.09.
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