On this page, we would like to provide you with tools and templates you are welcome to use for your navigation flights. All tools and templates are developed for charts at a scale of 1:200,000 and need to be printed on DIN A4 at 100% size.

To support these tools’ improvement, expansion, and distribution, we place our materials (excluding our logo) under the CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. We also welcome ideas and contributions from the community, which we are happy to make available here under the license above.


All beginnings are difficult. Our checklists are intended to provide an overview of which items are frequently required for navigation flying competitions and which routines have proven to be helpful.

Navigation Ruler (Sticker)

Need something to bring your navigation ruler down to the 1:200,000 scale? Our navigation ruler stickers are designed to be glued on your kneeboard or navigation ruler. We recommend printing these on scratch-proof adhesive film or paper protected by transparent scotch tape.

Minute Ruler (Standalone)

These rulers are your companion for almost any navigation flying situation. Once you have constructed your track, you can make lines along the track for each (half) minute to keep the times on the turning points precise. You can also use these rulers to measure out found enroute photos and canvas after the flight. We recommend printing these on scratch-proof film or robust paper.

Coordinate Templates

If you have problems plotting exact coordinates directly on the map, you can use the coordinate templates, which have been precisely adapted to the respective maps of the airfields. We recommend printing with a laser printer on overhead projector transparencies.