iFlightPlanner.com v3.0 released

iFlightPlanner.com has been upgraded to v3.0.

New features that are part of iFlightPlanner.com v3.0 were the direct result of interactions the iFlightPlanner staff had with users since iFlightPlanner for iPad presented by Sennheiser was introduced at EAA’s AirVenture last summer. “User feedback has been the foundation of iFlightPlanner’s growth since day one,” said Andy Matthews, a private pilot and iFlightPlanner’s Director of Business Development.

iFlightPlanner Premium, an additional feature set available to members through monthly, quarterly, or annual subscriptions, received several new features in addition to the weight & balance calculator, custom waypoints utility and enhanced digital logbook already included with an iFlightPlanner Premium membership.

New iFlightPlanner Premium Features include:

Use latitude/longitude coordinates and custom waypoints as a departure or destination

  • Export navigation logs to .GPX or Garmin .FPL files
  • Identify custom waypoints by name in navigation logs
  • Print passenger briefing sheets with flight information
  • Store an unlimited number of aircraft profiles
  • Log aircraft maintenance events and other details
  • Create single or recurring aircraft tasks with email reminders
  • Import and export digital pilot logbooks

New iFlightPlanner Free Features include:

  • Compare multiple altitudes for time & fuel efficiency
  • Plan FAA Preferred & Coded Departure Routes
  • File ICAO domestic & international flight plans
  • File to/from the Washington D.C. SRFA
  • Filter alternate airports by distance and minimum runway length
  • Save preferred aircraft with favorite routes
  • Create new flights from routes previously flown
  • Reverse routes & add additional legs with layovers

iFlightPlanner Premium memberships are available for $9.95 per month, $24.95 quarterly (3 months), or $89.95 per year.

For more information: iFlightPlanner.com




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