Map showing features seen from the air and considered necessary for air navigation and/or airport planning.
A map used in air navigation containing all or part of the following: Topographical features, hazards and obstructions, navigation aids, navigation routes, designated airspace, and airports. Aeronautical charts are regularly revised to provide current information.
A chart or map used for air navigation, which provides the aircraft pilot with important information about flight paths, airport approaches and facilities, as well as landmark features. In Canada, the federal government agency responsible for the supply of aeronautical information is the Aeronautical Charts Service URL, of Geomatics Canada, Natural Resources Canada.