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Flying with Garmin Flight Stream and Fltplan Go

On a recent flight we got to try Fltplan Go when connected to a Garmin Flight Stream 510, and came away impressed. While Fltplan Go is not as polished and powerful as the Garmin Pilot app, it still packs a number of useful features into a free app, including weather and flight plan transfer. 

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Garmin Pilot: further integration with FltPlan.com and new FBO fees

The latest version of Garmin Pilot is now available for download, and like with most updates from Garmin, includes exclusive features you won’t find in any other app. Version 9.6 extends Garmin’s integration of FltPlan.com’s trip planning features, adds FBO fees for various services, engine alerts and new map customization options.

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Garmin begins to integrate Fltplan.com features

When Garmin bought Fltplan.com and the companion Fltplan Go apps, it seemed like a complementary pairing – one company has strength in mobile apps and panel avionics, the other has strength in online tools and handling services. At NBAA this week, Garmin announced the first step on its road to integrating the pieces, and as you would expect they are pursuing the most popular features first.

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App update roundup: Aerovie, FlyQ, FltPlan Go and iFly

The aviation app updates continue to roll out as we move into the fall flying season, with many adding support for the Stratus 3 ADS-B receiver and new feature enhancements. Here’s a quick roundup of what’s new in your favorite aviation app.

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FltPlan.com releases new flight tracking app

The developers at FltPlan.com recently released a no-frills flight tracking app for iPhone and iPad called FltTrack. This free app tracks general aviation flights in real time, showing flight time, delays, estimated time of arrival and location on the map.

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App update roundup: Aerovie and FltPlan Go

This past year has been an exciting one for iPad pilots, where we saw the release of the 10.5″ iPad Pro from Apple, new ADS-B receivers and connected panel options and additions to aviation apps that continue to push their capabilities way beyond that of panel-mount avionics. Here we’re going to look at the latest round of updates to two popular aviation EFB apps.