Create a flight plan
Transmit your flight plan worldwide. With our SMS and e-mail service, you always receive timely information about the status of your flight plan and any SLOT restrictions, no matter where you are.
Create a NOTAM / SNOWTAM briefing tailored to your needs. Update your briefing prior to your flight. That way, you will receive any additional information that has come in and you can ensure that your flight will proceed smoothly and safely.
Create a weather briefing tailored to your needs. Benefit from weather-radar and satellite images, weather and wind maps, METARs, TAFs and SwissMetNet data, all clearly presented and fully up to date.
In the menu publications you will find public documents like all AIC's, the VFR-Guide and the Enroute maps Switzerland. You can purchase in our shop additional online access to the eAIP and eVFR Manual as separate products.
|VFR MANUAL:||16 JUL 2020|
|AIP AMDT:||16 JUL 2020|
|AIP AIRAC AMDT:||13 AUG 2020|
|VFR SUP 16 JUL 2020:||005/16, 003/18, 005/18, 002/19, 004/19, 005/19, 001/20|
|AIP SUP 16 JUL 2020:||007 2014, 007 2018, 009 2018|
|AIRAC SUP 13 AUG 2020:||NIL|
Discontinuation of SmartNOTAM
Skyguide has decided to discontinue the SmartNOTAM service on 31.12.2020, as there is not enough demand for this service. Standard NOTAM (OPADD) are still included in the 100 - skybriefing basic product.
SmartNOTAM products already purchased (101 - skybriefing basic PLUS and 110 - SmartNOTAM Briefing) will remain available until their expiry date. As of 31.12.2019, we will no longer offer the mentioned products in the skybriefing shop.
Our Helpdesk will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
DABS home text
DABS first version (Version 1):
Publication daily at 16:00 local time for the following day.
DABS updates (Version 2 / 3 / 4):
Publication updates with immediate effect for the current day, will be made available at 09:00, 13:00, 16:00 local time.
In addition to the NOTAM publication, dangers, restrictions and changes in Swiss airspace are graphically illustrated on the DABS chart.
For detailed information always refer to the NOTAM.