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Old July 11th 03, 03:43 AM
Paul Cook
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Default Canadian instrument approach plates

I have access to several full sets of outdated Canadian CFS, CAP, HI and LO
charts every cycle. It seems such a waste throwing these out all the time. I
was thinking about putting them up on ebay and so wondered what kind of
interest there might be for these in the flight sim community.

Sounds like a buck or two per book/chart plus shipping would be reasonable.

Any comments or better ideas?

Sure I could give them away to whoever sent shipping costs but I'd like to
get a few bucks back for my trouble!


"Option6" wrote in message
"Steve House" wrote in

I found this site has a decent selection of (non-navigable) charts for
major Canadian airports in PDF format:


Or the direct link (so you don't have to keep reading the pop-up
disclaimers is:



Where are you located? Threshold Aviation out by Toronto Pearson has
(just) out-of-date CAP books that they sell for a couple of bucks each
for sim use. I recently got the entire set of all provinces just
barely a month out of date for about $20 CDN total. They also have
expired VNC, VTA, and low and high altitude IFR charts for about a
buck each. They may or may not have all of them all the time, it's
catch as catch can since what they're doing is getting rid of
inventory that's unsold when the chart is replaced with a new issue
that they otherwise just throw away. The front cover of the books or
title pane on the charts has been cut off but that doesn't affect
their usefullness for sim use.

"Francis Faludi" wrote in message
.. .
Are there any sources on the web for free Canadian insturument
approach plates for simulator purposes?


Francis Faludi


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