The IMC Club and iFlightPlanner have formed a new strategic partnership that will result in the availability of “enhanced resources for pilots who are committed to maintaining the highest standards of instrument flying proficiency,” according to officials.
Garmin has released its European VFR and IFR charts for the aera 795/796 aviation portable GPS, with VFR data sourced directly from Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS).
As NFL teams prepare for the final push to the playoffs, pilots, air traffic control officials, and airport operators are making their own Super Bowl XLVII plans. According to a report at AOPA.org, airports in and around New Orleans are expecting a huge boost in activity from Jan. 31 to Feb. 4, and the FAA has issued a notice detailing special procedures that will be in effect.
TRI-NAV Aviation Chart Co. has expanded its line of bound flight planning atlases to cover both IFR and VFR flights for the continental U.S. and the Islands of the Bahamas & Caribbean.
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) has released the FlyQ Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) for the iPad, the latest addition to its family of digital flight planning products.
Jeppesen has introduced Jeppesen Mobile FliteDeck version 2.0 for iPad, including the recently introduced iPad (4th generation) and iPad mini.
Sporty’s now offers the EZPlotter, with officials touting it as the easiest plotter available.
Lockheed Martin Flight Services has opened online registration for its Automated Flight Service Station (AFSS) Pilot Web Portal and new Adverse Condition Alerting Service (ACAS). ACAS.
Lockheed Martin Flight Services (LMFS) has launched the Automated Flight Service Station (AFSS) Pilot Web Portal with the new Adverse Condition Alerting Service (ACAS), designed to enhance safety and convenience for pilots who use LMFS to file flight plans.
Sporty’s has given its electronic E6B flight computer a facelift, with a new rugged case and enhanced features, inlcuding a larger keypad and its own built-in storage case. Rubber feet have been added to keep the E6B from slipping during use, while a new backlit screen makes it useful for night operations.