ForeFlight now supports synthetic vision on iPhone

ForeFlight released version 10.5 today, adding a few highly sought after features. Most notably, this update brings synthetic vision to the iPhone, allowing pilots to use one of the most popular iPad features in ForeFlight on the smaller screen.
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FAA Safety News talks iPad

One of the most frequent questions we hear about the iPad is: "is it legal?" The short answer is absolutely yes (for Part 91 operations at least). But what does the FAA have to say?

The year in review: apps

This is the first in a series of articles where we'll review the year that was in the iPad aviation world, then make some predictions about what to expect in 2013. Today's topic is apps: the new ones that appeared in 2012, the updates to the existing ones and the state of the market.

What pilots need to know from Apple’s latest announcement

Just one month after unveiling the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple held an event today to show off even more new gadgets--including the latest iPad models. The event covered more than just iPads, so let's explore what's new.

Flying with the iPad eBook updated

Several years ago we published an eBook that combined our most popular articles and top 10 lists into a single resource. It doesn't take long though for the information in technology publications to get old, so we've updated and expanded the eBook with over twice the content of the previous edition to cover the latest information for pilots.

Digital chart fee proposal not yet finalized

The FAA originally stated that on April 1 they would begin charging pilots for digital chart data. That date has come on and gone, and there is still no system in place for them to collect the fees. Read on learn the latest about the FAA's plan.
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Flying with the iPad eBook now available

A new eBook is now available from the editors of iPad Pilot News. Flying with the iPad contains a comprehensive collection of articles to help both new and seasoned iPad pilots make the most of the iPad in the cockpit.

iPad seminars at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh

For a pilot looking to get started with the iPad, or for an old pro interested in learning a few tips, there is no better place to be than Oshkosh. There are dozens of forums covering apps, tablet accessories and much more. Here are some highlights.

Year-end trends for iPad pilots

2017 brought countless app updates, dozens of new products, and lots of news for pilots. How's this for progress? ForeFlight turned 10 years old and set its sights on even bigger prizes, while professional pilots finally got approval to use own-ship position on EFBs. Here are seven other trends we followed this year.

FAA to study portable electronic devices on airplanes

Could the days of "please turn all electronic devices off until 10,000 feet" be coming to an end? Maybe. We explain how to contribute your opinion.