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This website will no longer be available from 13th December 2010. The new AIDU website can be accessed here.


No1 AIDU

For more than 50 years No1 Aeronautical Information Documents Unit (No1 AIDU) has been at the forefront of the Air Cartographic world. Established in 1953 and subsequently relocated to RAF Northolt in 1957, No1 AIDU has recently fallen under the wing of ICG and JAGO, bringing it within the same chain of command as all military agencies, such as DGC and Mil Survey. Thus providing valuable geospatial data to all aspects of HM Armed Forces.

No1. AIDU is charged with the production of all aspects of aeronautical data, including arrival, departure and in-flight data as well as some of the more specialised digital cockpit moving map imagery. With an area of coverage that may be required for training missions, search and rescue sorties, areas in need of humanitarian aid and areas of military operations it is as important as ever that No1 AIDU’s aeronautical data “Rises above the rest”.

 

Notices and Alerts

AIDU Website
This website will no longer be available from 13th December 2010. The new AIDU website can be accessed here.

Milflip
Low Flying Charts are now available to download in pdf format.

Terminal Charts
Change of focus in No1 AIDU's provision of Terminal Charts. Click here for further information.

En Route
OK

Low Flying
Please be advised that the HIRTA Aircraft Susceptibility Table is only available via RLI.

Books
OK


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