Lockheed Martin Flight Services has launched its 9.1 release, which includes several enhancements, including inflight electronic PIREP submission.
The National Association of Flight Instructors has become a sponsor of MyGoFlight’s iPad Takes Flight! EFB Challenge Edition, a seminar/contest series designed to advance the use of iPads and other tablet devices in-flight by pilots.
FltPlan has conducted rapid decompression testing for Android tablets at National Technical Systems (NTS) in Boxborough, Mass.
SOUTHBURY, Conn. — Pilots can now use FltPlan to submit their Advanced Passenger Information System (APIS) manifests to a select list of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries, as well as to the United States and Mexico.
SOUTHBURY, Conn. — In support of Nav Canada’s mission to improve safety and flight efficiency in Canada, FltPlan has expanded its services for flights to/from the U.S. and for intra-Canada flight planning by offering the Canadian flight supplement (CFS) and digital visual navigation charts (VNCs).
Jeppesen recently introduced new features and expanded European coverage areas for Jeppesen Mobile FliteDeck VFR on iPad. New app capabilities include expanded VFR enroute data for European countries, graphical NOTAM and temporary flight restriction (TFR) updates and a split data download capability to increase efficiency for private pilots.
iFlightPlanner for iPad v2.1, the second update to iFlightPlanner for iPad presented by Sennheiser, is now available for download on the App Store. Featured in this release are several features that were the direct result of pilot feedback the iFlightPlanner Crew received at SUN ‘n FUN last month, including recently issued ATC routes, range rings, extended runway centerlines, pages from the FAA’s printed Airport/Facility Directories and an all-new aircraft location icon.
The 2014 Bahamas VFR Chart and the 2014 Caribbean VFR Chart are now available on the iPad and Android tablets.
Airguide Publications, the publisher of Flight Guide airport guides and the iEFB tablet app, has ceased operations.
Customers with an iEFB subscription were left to wonder about the updates they were owned after the app was pulled from Apple’s App Store.