I used the Canadian Map. I was very careful to mark the area of interest, and verify that the longitude and latitude were correct. I also wish to give credit to a certain Alison for doing much of the initial work on FCOMs. But I have a habit of not giving credit, so please do not hesitate to give credit where credit is due.
The only downside to the FCOM is that it is slightly larger than the original Ryanair one. Actually, it is quite a bit larger. If you are just buying one, I would recommend the older, lighter one. It is much more reliable. However, if you are going to be flying a lot with it, I would recommend the newer FCOM. I found that the difference in weight was not a big issue. Just make sure you are comfortable with carrying the older one.
By the way, if you are going to fly over the Canadian Border, you must get the GLA/GLA-SHELTER combo. I got mine for $10 at an airport store. I think it is the same place that sells the Gla/Gla-SHELTER combo. It is the only way to fly over the border. I don't know what the cost is now, but I bought mine when the border was free. I think it is now $10.
I hope this helps. Remember: Never let go of the gla-shield!
The Ryanair website states that the NP20-41 is currently out of production. I suspect that this will be the case with any form of EFB data. If you want a copy of an EFB that has been flown, it is your responsibility to keep a copy of the data. I have never heard of anyone being denied a refund due to this issue.
I know these are wierd but it really makes a difference in the accuracy of the altimeter. This is probably the way it should be done anyway, but having it on the back of the glareshield checklist would be nice.
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