FltPlan has enhanced its Safety Management System program by adding multiple Flight Risk Assessment Tools that are customizable for both a flight department’s operation and the department’s different aircraft.
“We recognize that each flight department has different needs, based on the planes that they fly and a multitude of other factors, such as their geographical location, and the type of flying that they do,” said Ken Wilson, president of FltPlan.” If you have a turbo prop and a jet, you can have two different FRATs. FltPlan’s goal is to provide maximum flexibility to our SMS customers and we believe that the multiple FRAT feature is an important component in our practical approach to SMS.”
FltPlan’s SMS integrates with a user’s account for easy entry and retrieval of weather briefings, navigational logs and FRATs for flights entered by its flight department. All records and documents can be stored on FltPlan’s secure servers, accessible online by everyone on a user’s team, or to show inspectors, from anywhere in the world.
FltPlan, now in its 15th year, is the largest flight-planning service in North America and serves more than 150,000 active pilots.FltPlan offers free services on its website, and the free FltPlan Go app for iPad and Android.
In addition to flight plan filing, the company offers FBO/airport information, flight tracking, certified eAPIS submissions, SMS (IS-BAO and ACSF), runway analysis, weight and balance, an eLogbook program, Mexican/Caribbean/Central America handling, Mexican and Cuban overflight services, pre-departure clearances, and FAA-approved certified weather.