I was unaware of this copyright infringement. I shall have a word with my legal advisor to decide how to deal with this. It's my firm intention to protect the copyright from any company or individual who seeks to breach it.
Anyway, the good news is ... VFR Flight Guide 2011 is almost ready. I am in the process of setting up a website to allow people to purchase it. This website should be ready in the next few days. New photos, LOADS more strips, LOADS more useful information and incorporating the improvements people have been asking for. The book will be available in the spiral version you already know, but will also be produced as a version for ring binder which will allow updates and changes.
AND more good news .. for those of you who have asked for an electronic version ...
Apple and iTunes have just approved my VFR Flight Guide - Ireland iPhone/iPad app. ALL the information contained in the book. Zoomable Pics, and a search function, add you own notes for every field and even make you own list of favorite fields.
EVEN BETTER ... "The Federal Aviation Administration is allowing charter company Executive Jet Management to use Apple's tablet as an approved alternative to paper charts. The authorization follows three months of rigorous testing and evaluation of the iPad and Mobile TC, a map app developed by aviation chartmaker Jeppesen." ..." By allowing the company's pilots to use the Apple iPad as a primary source of information, the FAA is acknowledging the potential for consumer tablets to become avionics instruments."
So you can expect to find an iPad in lots of cockpits - and have all the information contained in the book to hand when you need it, with regular updates.
I will keep you posted when everything is ready to go.