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Simple Flight Planning

Simple Flight Planning

Plan routes using aviation charts and Google Maps, including RADAR, satellite and enroute weather visualization.

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Integrated Flight Planning

Integrated Flight Planning and Filing

Generate detailed flight nav logs, retrieve certified weather briefs, file flight plans and sync to your iPad for in-flight reference.

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iPad Flight Planning

iPad Flight Planning

iFlightPlanner for iPad is your all-in-one EFB. Complete flight planning, GPS moving map, cockpit voice recorder and digital logbook.

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Easy-to-use Flight Planning Tools for United States Pilots

iFlightPlanner provides unparalleled flight planning in 4 easy steps from any web browser or web-enabled mobile device. Use iFlightPlanner to:

  • Plan and explore flight routes with seamless IFR/VFR aviation charts and true route rubberbanding on a Google Maps interface
  • View enroute aviation weather, including animated RADAR, color-coded, translated METARs and TAFs, TFRs and graphical AIR/SIGMETs
  • Retrieve certified weather briefs
  • Perform weight & balance calculations in seconds
  • File & close FAA flight plans
  • View complete airport information
  • Log flights info into your online logbook

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