Since 1934, when Captain E.B. Jeppesen began selling the world’s first aviation navigation charts, the company that bears his name has evolved alongside — not in response to — aviation. We aren’t providers. We’re partners. We’re co-pilots. And just as it was with Captain Jeppesen, the spirit of pilot helping pilot guides everything we do.
Used by airlines, corporate flight departments, and almost every major avionics manufacturer in the world, Jeppesen NavData® offers you:
The Jeppesen Aviation Database contains more than 18,600 airports and 2.6 million data records. It’s no wonder some 30 percent of our workforce is comprised of charting and navigation experts to process this vast amount of information.
Jeppesen NavData provides the most complete and accurate aeronautical information available. NavData delivers coverage to over 7,000 airports and is the only offering that provides global coverage, with a database that is three times the size of any other provider. In order to provide the largest coverage available in the world, Jeppesen meticulously sifts through over 41,000 pages of source data from 190 countries every 28 days. NavData is available in raw ARINC 424 format or can be packed in the proprietary format for loading into practically all flight management systems and simulators.
Jeppesen Obstacle Database
Comprised of up-to-date data from digital and paper sources from governmental civil aviation and military agencies around the world, the Jeppesen Obstacle Database is the world’s most complete and most trusted database of natural and human-made obstacles relevant to aviation. Attributes contained in the database include:
Jeppesen Terrain Database
The Jeppesen Terrain Database provides accurate terrain data to prevent controlled flight into terrain and to manage terrain avoidance warning systems. Like thousands of other pilots, dispatch and other flight operation planners, you can count on the Jeppesen Terrain Database to provide you with the most accurate information possible when there’s no room for error.