Quiz: Are you a ForeFlight pro?

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ForeFlight is incredibly capable app for pilots, but do you know how to use all the features? This interactive quiz will test your ForeFlight knowledge and teach you a few things along the way.

1. Where is one place to go to find altitudes and active times for special use airspace?
1. Where is one place to go to find altitudes and active times for special use airspace?
In the VFR Chart legends on the Documents page.
They\'re located in the A/FD section on the Airports page.
Tap and hold over the airspace on the chart, and select \
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2. To activate the leg from DQN to FWA...
2. To activate the leg from DQN to FWA...
Tap FWA on the map
Tap the arrow between DQN and FWA in the NavLog box
Tap the Edit box and select FWA
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3. How do you turn on the data blocks at the bottom of the Maps page?
3. How do you turn on the data blocks at the bottom of the Maps page?
Tap the third button from the right, at the top of the screen.
Tap the second button from the right, at the top of the screen.
Tap the first button from the right, at the top of the screen.
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4. How do you find current fuel prices on the Airports page?
4. How do you find current fuel prices on the Airports page?
Tap the FBOs button at the top right.
Tap the Services button in the middle tab bar.
Tap the More button in the middle tab bar.
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5. How do you delete the entire active route?
5. How do you delete the entire active route?
Tap the X in the search box at the top right.
Tap the Edit button to access the route view.
Tap the gear symbol to delete waypoints.
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6. How do you create a new Plates binder?
6. How do you create a new Plates binder?
Tap the arrow next to the Plates binder list.
Tap the + symbol to add a new plate, and create a new binder when you do.
Tap the Edit button and create a new binder.
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11 COMMENTS

  1. I got 5 out of 6 right, but know I have a lot to learn. I find new things all the time and “Play” with the app while I am in cruise with not much to do. That is a good way to learn things. I like this Q & A format though. Please do this more often as I feel it will help me to learn. I love foreflight!!!!!

    • Another great way to learn is using X-plane 10. You can link the iPad directly into the simulator. You get the features of having a Stratus hooked up so you can play with everything including Synthetic Vision if your subscription includes it.

      It’s a great way to practice with no risk.

    • You can also drag any point on your route and by moving it a little the option to delete pops up.

  2. As a fairly new 54 year old private pilot, weekend warrior and aircraft owner, having easy access to this wealth of information at my fingertips makes me a safer pilot as well as the airspace around me. I have been using stratus portable ADSB in for more than a year now. With the certification of their new ADSB out transponder, I have completed the package for the 2020 mandate. As an exclusive partner with Apareo, it would be awesome if you added Stratus specific content to this format. Thanks for a great product and for helping me to pursue my goal of flight confidently and safely.

  3. Use to save your POH, parts manual, Service Manual, any FAA documents you might have, i have the intercept info from AOPA saved mine is loaded with manuals for my JPI, autopilot etc. two taps and all of that info and more is at my fingertips. The Piper Service Manual came in handy one afternoon in a long flight from home.

  4. This is a good way to learn more about using Foreflight. I wish you would add VNAV and engine voltage when plugged into the plane.

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