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Simple Flight Planning

Simple Flight Planning

Plan US routes with basic time and distance using Google Maps, FAA aviation charts, RADAR, satellite and enroute weather visualization.

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.

iPad Flight Planning

iPad Flight Planning

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

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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Recent News

FAA Safety Team Notice for Colorado Ski Country

If you are planning to fly in to one or more of Colorado’s ski country airports this season, please be advised that due to increased traffic ATC has instituted some new procedures.
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Major Sporting & Entertainment Events in January 30 FAA NOTAM

In anticipation of the large number of aircraft operating to and from areas hosting major sporting and entertainment events, the FAA has published updated procedures in its January 30, 2020 NOTAM to enhance safety and minimize air traffic delays.
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FAA Airport, Navigation & Chart Data is Current for 01/30 Cycle

Official airport, navigation and chart data for the FAA's 56-day AIRAC cycle beginning 01/30/2020 became current today as of 09:01Z. This includes updated georeferenced data for official airport diagrams and instrument approach procedures available in iFlightPlanner for iPad.
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