FltPlan.com is a popular website for flight planning and weather briefings, especially among professional pilots. They have offered a free iPhone/iPad app companion for some time, but initially it was a fairly limited app that simply allowed pilots to download their FltPlan.com nav logs to their iPad. Recent updates have made it a more complete and powerful app.
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The Sporty’s Pilot Shop Fly-in & Sweepstakes giveaway is this Saturday, May 19. In addition to a day full of exciting aviation events, there will be 2 iPad seminars presented by Sporty’s and ForeFlight.
A new Stratus firmware update is available in the latest version of ForeFlight Mobile. Read on to learn how to install this update to your device.
A lot of pilots are looking for a real world PIREP on the Stratus ADS-B weather receiver to see how it really works in the cockpit. We’ve been flying with Stratus for months now, and can share some helpful tips.
Bad Elf, the company who makes the popular external GPS accessory for iPad, recently released an update to their supplemental GPS app adding several new features – read the details here.
The iPad is a great tool for pilots of all skill levels, from airline captains to student pilots. Read on to see our ten favorite apps for student pilots, providing tools for flight training, organization, navigation and digital charts.
On April 19, Sporty’s hosted a live webinar on ADS-B and new cockpit technology for pilots. The hour-long presentation covered the basics of ADS-B, relevant FAA regulations and the options for both panel and portable ADS-B receivers. The video archive of this webinar is now available–watch it here.
The new Stratus weather receiver generated a lot of interest at the recent Sun ‘n Fun Fly-in in Florida. One of the questions that comes up first is, “when will my area get ADS-B coverage?” The good news is that the FAA is rapidly building out the ADS-B ground network, and 16 ground stations just went live.
New to the iPad? Want to learn all about the latest aviation apps, accessories and tips and tricks? Here you’ll find a recap of the “Flying with the iPad” seminar that was presented last week at Sun ‘n Fun in Lakeland, Florida.
The new iPad (otherwise known as the iPad 3) has become Apple’s fastest selling tablet yet. But do you need one? What if you have an iPad 2–is the upgrade worth it? Our editor weighs in.
Pilots in Europe have, until now, not had the full-featured aviation apps that US pilots have come to love. There simply is no WingX or ForeFlight equivalent. But the latest iPad app from SkyDemon may change that.
Finally, datalink weather is available on the iPad. Baron’s Mobile Link system allows you to view all the XM Weather you need on popular apps like ForeFlight. Is it worth the money? How does it work? We explain it in this article.