FAAWP1 and FAAWP2 Pages
These pages are used to view information related to FAA-defined waypoints.
They consist of airports, fixes, localizers and navaids. Each page is
independent (like NAV1/NAV2 radios) and can be used to select different
waypoints. The history list is common to both however, so FAAWP2 can be used
to select something that was in FAAWP1 a while ago and vice versa.
NOTE: If you click the FAAWP1 or FAAWP2 button and see a diagram or plate (secondary
page), click the same button again to get back to the waypoint selection page (primary
- Enter the identifier of the desired waypoint in the text box at the top and
click the Find button.
- You may also enter search words such as a city name.
- Entering multiple words requires that the waypoint
description contains all the words given in the search box.
- The search is case-insensitive.
- Only letters and numbers are searched, all other characters are
treated as spaces separating words.
- The first word given must be found whole, the other words may be
- You may also click one of the history buttons listed below the text box
to get a recent waypoint. Long-click the button to delete it from the list.
- The GoTo button will set the waypoint as the current destination
and a line will be drawn from the airplane to the destination location
on the Chart page.
- The Locate button will center the moving map of the
Chart page on the waypoint.
- The RNAV button will allow entry of an RNAV-like offset from the
current waypoint to create a new waypoint.
- Description information for the waypoint will be displayed next.
- Secondary pages are available for airports, provided the
plates for the airport's
state have been downloaded. Links will be shown to display plates
for this airport, including:
Clicking on the link will display the item as a secondary page.
- Georeferencing will be provided for the APD, IAP
and RWY diagrams, depicting the current airplane
position provided it is within the area of the diagram.
- Get to primary page by either clicking Android's Back
button or the corresponding FAAWP1/2 button.