One thing that amazes me about the airline industry. Jeppesen has been making the charts used by the airlines for many, many, many years yet its a company that very few people, especially airline passengers, have heard of. Yet the company has been responsible for providing accurate navigational information to the airlines for many years, that I think they deserve some credit. DEN gave them that somewhat by naming the terminal there after the founder, Elrey Jeppesen. Is anyone with agreement on this?
That having been said, their products are not cheap, and do incur a cost to all the airlines. The NOS publishes similar charts at a cheaper rate. Do you think any airline might swith to NOS charts to save money given the financial state they are all in? It doesn't seem likely to me, but its a question I thought was worth asking.