Worldwide Soaring Turnpoint Exchange

Unofficial Coordinates for the Bloemfontein, South Africa [ New Tempe, 425 points ] Control Points


Courtesy of Iain Baker ( iainzbaker(at)googlemail.com )
Dated: 17 November 2009
Magnetic Variation: 18W

The primary specification of the waypoint coordinates is degrees, minutes, and seconds


This is a subset of the complete set of South African waypoints for flights from New Tempe. See also the 250 waypoint set.

UNOFFICIAL, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK

Do not use for navigation, for flight verification only.

Always consult the relevant publications for current and correct
information. This service is provided free of charge with no warrantees,
expressed or implied.
User assumes all risk of use.

Use is subject to these conditions.


Select 'view the document' to view, Adobe Acrobat to view/print using the Adobe Acrobat Reader®, or 'download the file' to download the indicated material.
Select 'view information about the format of the document' for a description of the material.


view the document Control Points [406.6 kB] , or download the pdf document and display it [47.2 kB]. view information about the format of the document

view the document Files formatted for downloading and importing into your programs view information about the format of the document

view the document Map [23.7 kB] , download the pdf document and display it [163.5 kB], link to, or VIEW GOOGLE EARTH [16.4 kB] view information about the format of the document

link to Airspace

download the file view the file Map Marking information [48.8 kB] view information about the format of the file  , or download the pdf document and display it [38.9 kB].

download the file view the file Waypoint Names and Numbers [8.7 kB] view information about the format of the file

download the file view the file Waypoint Name Abbreviations, ICAO ID's, and Coordinates [54.1 kB] view information about the format of the file

download the file view the file Sunset times [2.6 kB]

view the document Change History



back up Return to the Menu of African Soaring Sites?


Please contact John Leibacher with any suggestions concerning this material.


Hosted by Dr. Günther Eichhorn (Pictures from South Africa)