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Air Navigation Pro Monthly Inbox - June 2019


The Air Navigation Pro team is always working hard nonstop to make the app functional the best way possible. Last month, we announced the newest Flight Briefing in Air Navigation Pro version 7.4 for iOS. With this, our support team collects all the concerns and feedback from our users and compiled the top five frequently asked questions to give you direct answers to these queries.  


In the latest Air Navigation Pro version 7.4 for iOS, preparing your flight is a breeze. We have developed a new way for you to organize your pre-flight preparation, with the Flight Briefing. This new Briefing is seamlessly integrated into the Air Navigation Pro app, all the necessary documents that you need in planning your flight is stored in one place and in a logical sequence. As soon as you're done requesting a briefing and creating a route, you can proceed to the next steps right away.

This release will let you enjoy and get more from the pre-flight briefing.


Thus, here's the list of the top five FAQ's about the Flight Briefing:


1. Where can I find the Operational Flightplan? 


In the latest Air Navigation Pro version 7.4 for iOS, we introduced Briefing. Thus, to find the Operational Flightplan or Navigational Log: 


 Briefing folder >> Navigation Log and tap "Create Document".



You can also find Operational Flightplan or Navigational Log in PDF at the bottom of the screen.



In the PDF,  you can see all the information related to your Navigational Log. Once completed, you can enable the "Document ready for flight". This button locks the document from further editing. 



To save, share, and print PDF, just tap the Share icon on the lower left button at the bottom bar.





2. How can I create a new aircraft profile?

The aircraft selection previously located in Documents is now moved to the Flight Parameters section. This aims to provide a better menu while creating a new aircraft profile and choosing an aircraft. 


To do so:

  Flight Parameters >>  New aircraft >>  input aircraft details including Weight and Balance and then, Done.








To choose your aircraft:

Flight Parameters >> under Aircraft list, select your aircraft. Checkmark will appear as selected. 





3. How can I request for a NOTAM? 


This feature requires a subscription. The menu to request and see briefing is now moved in the NOTAM section in Briefing. You just need to create a document, fill it out and then input your request. 


To do so:

Briefing folder >> NOTAMs >> tap "Create a document".  Then, tap PDF icon.



In the PDF, you can see all the information about the NOTAMs. Once completed, you can enable the "Document ready for flight". This button locks the document from further editing. 



To save, share, and print PDF, just tap the Share icon on the lower left button at the bottom bar.




You can also display the NOTAMs on the moving map.


To do so:


From the toolbar Map options, be sure you toggle on the button "Show NOTAMs on map" and "Show NOTAM radius".










4. How can I create the Weight and Balance of an aircraft? 

You can create and update a document of an aircraft.

First, provide all the details of your current aircraft from the aircraft profile under Flight Parameters. After filling out the necessary information, proceed to:  



Briefing >> Weight and Balance >> tap "Create Document" to find selected or current aircraft profile.



Input additional details and tap "Calculate W & B" to see the computation. 



Then, tap PDF icon to see all the information on the Weight and Balance sheet. Once completed, you can enable the "Document ready for flight". This button locks the document from further editing.  





To save, share, and print PDF, just tap the Share icon on the lower left button at the bottom bar.




5.  How can I file an ATC Flightplan? 

Another feature that is moved under Briefing is the ATC Flightplan. This is a paid subscription and you are provided with ATC Flightplan form in order to submit your request.


To do so:


Briefing >> ATC Flightplan >> tap "Create Document".  Then, tap PDF icon. 



In the PDF, you can see all the information on your request. Once reviewed and completed, tap "Send to ATC". 



To save, share, and print PDF, just tap the Share icon on the lower left button at the bottom bar.





If you have questions that are not listed above, feel free to leave a comment below or message us on Facebook or visit our FAQ page and support center .

Are you a pilot with cool travel stories that you want to share? Send us a message on our social media accounts Facebook , Instragram or send us an e-mail at sharmaine@airnavigation.aero.


to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro in iOS and Android, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.


Blue Skies, 
The Air Navigation Team 
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Air Navigation Pro Monthly Inbox - May 2019


Air Navigation Pro Support Team is always alert and happy to reply to all the reports and suggestions from our users. A compilation of the top five frequently asked questions for the month of May is now arranged to give you an easier review of all the answers to these queries. 


Here's the Air Navigation Pro Monthly Inbox for May 2019. 



1. I cannot purchase products. It says, "This subscription can only be acquired from your Air Navigation account". How can I proceed?

All subscription products (except aeronautical database and packages) of Air Navigation Pro can only be acquired via our Air  Navigation Services website.


To do so, go to https://services.airnavigation.aero  and sign in with your Air Navigation account.






Proceed to the "Store",  choose which country and select the product of your choice.









You can then restore the purchase onto your device. 






To make the whole experience easier, country packages offer the monthly aeronautical database, NOTAMS, and country relevant charts with periodic updates. Our packages can be purchased via our Air Navigation Services website as well as via in-app purchases from the Apple and Google stores. Our worldwide standard package is also available for pilots. More information is available at https://airnavigation.aero/countryPackages.html



2. How can I manually adjust the screen brightness?
You can set the level of screen brightness within the application according to your preference. In order to do so:


For iPad/tablet, go to the Toolbar >> Map >> Map Options >> Brightness






For phones, to open the floating toolbar  >> Map Options >> Brightness




































3. What are the airspaces marked DGR on the map? 


DGR means Danger. You can find all airspace classes by going to Map Options and select Airspaces.


You can select which airspace classes you want to display on the moving map. 








4. How can I share a Logbook via email?
This feature is applicable in Air Navigation Pro iOS and will be available shortly on Air Navigation Pro v3.2 for Android.  You can choose to send all log entries or specific ones.


Here's how you can send Logbook entries via email:


For iPad, go to Tools >> Logbook >> Edit








Select Send log by email




You can choose flights to send as All flights or Select flights. Select the specific flight(s) if the option is selected, then, Send to send the log entries via email. 






For iPhone, go to Configuration, Tools >> Logbook 





tap Edit, then, select Send log by email





You can choose flights to send as All flights or Select flights.



Select the specific flight(s) if the option is selected, and tap Done. 





Then, Send to send the log entries via email. 







For Android tablet, go to Tools >>  Logbook >> Share icon





Select All flights or Select flights.






Then, send it via email. 




For Android phone, go to Configuration, Tools >> Logbook 





Tap the Share icon >> then select All flights or Select flights



Select the specific flight(s) if this option is selected, then tap Send to send the log entries via email.







5. How can I transfer routes from one device to another?

Transfer by exporting from one device and importing in another.


To Export routes, you can send it via email. Send it to an email address accessible on the device where you want to import the route file. Here's how:



For iOS devices, there are two ways on how to export the routes.


First, open the Route Instrument >> Share icon and send it via email.










Second, in the Toolbar, open Route >>  More Options >> Share and choose a route you want to export.







Yellow check marks will be displayed to indicate selected routes. Tap Share to email.









For Android devices,

Open the Route Instrument >> tap the Share icon  >> select action "Export and Email GPX file". Then, send it to the desired email address.













To Import routes for iOS, you can use "Copy to Air Navigation" and for Android, you can use "Open with Air Navigation".  Here's how:



Open the email received on your device and tap on the GPX file. 


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Introducing the Flight Briefing in Air Navigation Pro iOS version 7.4


In our previous version - Air Navigation Pro iOS version 7.2,  we have made slight enhancements in the app such as making the Scratchpad more accessible, developed a new way for users to easily publish an Advisory Activity and making the Aerodome Sheet accessible for everyone. All of these enhancements were made to maximize the app's functionality and to increase productivity in the cockpit.

Now we are back with a new version, with some additional user interface enhancements and another useful feature: the Flight Briefing.

Briefing 
In this new version, preparing your flight is a breeze. We have developed a new way for you to organize your pre-flight preparation, with the new Flight Briefing. Now, all the necessary documents that you need in planning your flight is stored in one place. As soon as you're done requesting a briefing and creating a route, you can proceed to the next steps right away.

You can find in the Flight Briefing folder the files for the Weather, NOTAMs, Navigational Log, Weight and Balance, ATC Flight plan. Every bit of data that is linked to your route will be generated in each of these documents. When you tap on a category, it will open the file browser that displays the files that match the category that you selected. Every time you create and edit a document, all the changes you made will be automatically saved.


Weather Briefing

In the weather category, you can create a document consisting of the lists of all the weather stations that are found along your routes. You can create as many documents as you want for your routes. The stations are sorted depending on when you're going to reach it and you also have the option to add another station on your list.

Aside from the weather information, the wind and temperature on your waypoints can be seen as well in the document.



If you select a route from the Weather Briefing, you will see the list of weather stations that are found within. Aside from those weather stations, you can also add another station if you wish to. In the upper right portion beside the route name, is a button that allows you to rename the document. 






If you tap on the PDF icon, it will open up a document that contains more detailed information about the weather stations and some associated data. 


Here, you will see all the information about the Weather Briefing based on your route. You can double check if all the data are correct. If not, you can always go back and edit. Once completed, you can enable via the button "Document ready for flight". After enabling it, the document is locked and cannot be edited.




NOTAM Briefing

The menu to request a briefing is now moved in the NOTAM section in Briefing. You just need to create a new document, fill it out and then input your request.


If you click on the PDF icon, it will open the document that contains more detailed information about the NOTAMs. You can double check if all the data are correct. If not, you can always go back and edit it. Once completed, you can enable via the button "Document ready for flight". After enabling it, the document is locked and cannot be edited.


After receiving your NOTAMs report, you can also save it on your device, share, and print. 




Getting a PDF document after every NOTAM request isn't the only thing you can do in the app. You can also display the NOTAMs on the moving map so it will be easier to see it as you navigate while flying.

Just go to the toolbar and tap on Maps. Go to NOTAMs, toggle on "Show NOTAMs on map".






Navigational Log

The Navigational Log will be automatically generated in the Briefing based on the route created. Fuel consumption, speed, times and safe altitude for every leg in your route are being computed, to help you lessen your workload in pre-flight. If you want to get more accurate measurements, you can also check for more data on the internet.



If you tap on a Navigation log entry item, it will open the PDF document of the Navigational Log. 


In the PDF, you will see all the information related to your Navigational Log. You can double check if all the data are correct. If not, you can always go back and edit it. Once completed, you can enable via the button "Document ready for flight". After enabling it, the document is locked and cannot be edited.




Weight and Balance

In contrast to the other documents stored in Briefing, the Weight and Balance data is not based on your routes but instead, based on the current aircraft selected within the app. You can only create and update a document with the same aircraft. When a different aircraft is registered in the document, you can find a "read only" option. This act as a warning letting you know that the aircraft selected is not the one set for the current flight. You can only edit a document if you switch the selected aircraft to the one that is registered in the document that you want to edit.


After filling out the necessary information about your aircraft, tap Calculate W&B to see the computation.


If you tap on that PDF icon, it will open the PDF document containing all the information in the Weight & Balance sheet. You can double check if all the data are correct. If not, you can always go back and edit it. Once completed, you can enable via the button "Document ready for flight". After enabling it, the document is locked and cannot be edited.



You also have the option to save, share and print your Weight & Balance document. Just tap on that sharing icon found at the bottom part.  






ATC Flight Plan

This last category allows you to file for an ATC Flight Plan. You are provided with an ATC flight plan form in order to submit your request. As long as you have remaining ATC Flight Plan credits, you can send your request right away after you're done editing the document.

To view your request, tap on that PDF icon.


Here, you will see all the information that contains your request. You can double check if all the data are correct. If not, you can always go back and edit it. Once completed, tap the button "Send to ATC" below. 


You also have the option to save, share and print your document by tapping on the share icon on the bottom left. 


User Interface Enhancements 
In addition to the Flight Briefing, we also included some user interface enhancements in this new version. The aircraft selection previously located in Documents is now moved to the Flight Parameters section. This aims to provide a better menu while choosing the aircraft.




The Documents menu is now located under the Tools general menu.






Check out these new updates and find out why Air Navigation Pro is the best pilot assistant around! Stay tuned for more improvements, coming soon!


For more details and tips about our different features, go to our website or you can read our other blog posts regarding our features:

-Air Navigation Pro Android 3.1 is out! Server Error Fixed + New Flight Tracking & UI Enhancements
-The Best Aeronautical Database Features You Should Use on Your Next Flight
- Air Navigation Pro Android 2.2 Updates and Features




What do you think about our most recent update? Let us know by sending us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook , Instagram or send us an e-mail at sharmaine@airnavigation.aero .

to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.

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Air Navigation Pro: The Best 5 Ideas for Pilots to Fly this Summer
With the advent of Summer, aviation activities start erupting all over the country. It is one of the best seasons to experience true freedom and adventure of flying while reaching new heights. 

Most pilots don't need reasons to go flying –  if the weather and budget are in good shape, it's time to visit unfamiliar places and discover unexpected journeys. But while flying is almost always fun, it's easy to get stuck in a routine.

Making usual flights time after time is unexciting and apparently, it depresses your flying competence. As a pilot, to take on new challenges whether it's a new airplane, a new hobby, or a new destination improves overall efficiency.

So with that right amount of adrenaline in your body, jump in your aircraft and let's consider the best 5 ideas to seize every moment this summer to go out and go flying. Whether you're a student pilot, experienced pilot or a new pilot looking for a great experience, there's something for everyone out there. 


1. Engage in a Fly-In 



Fly-In is a pre-arranged assembly of aircraft and pilots for recreational and social purposes. It is a once in a lifetime combination of great events and it opens the window of opportunity to experience the excitement of attending fly-ins and the warm community of aviation. A good way to get started is to attend a few smaller nearby fly-ins and to gain a bit of fly-in experience before discussing the big gala events. Finding an interesting fly-in to engage should not be a problem. 

Learn to become very selective when picking your fly-in excursions. Some are casual, spontaneous get-togethers and others are the results of hard work and joint efforts of several flying clubs and organizations. 

In contrast to the smaller fly-ins that take place on smaller, uncontrolled aerodromes are the enormous metropolitan airshows. These large and extravagant airshow exhibitions feature warbirds, military aircraft and paid aerobatic performers with the intention of educating and entertaining the general public. Hence, whether you are a participant or a spectator, it will define the flying events you prefer. 

You will possibly find the most enjoyment in smaller fly-ins, perhaps because you can arrive and leave anytime you want. On the other hand, larger fly-ins have strict airshow schedules since the airport has to be closed during the event, mostly for the whole afternoon. This makes you a captive as you will be prohibited to depart during that period. If you have a far place to fly, it could cause you to get home late. 

Before being aircraft owners, most of us have attended fly-ins to which we probably had to drive long hours. Consequently, we may already be knowledgeable with a few of the policies that aircraft owners, as well as spectators, are required to follow. However, coming to a fly-in with your own aircraft demands preparations that you need to adequately integrate. It is then that you realize there is so much more to know than meets the eye. 

Here are some of the typical fly-in rules and practices you can expect to come across at most fly-in:

  • Aircraft Parking Situation 

As soon as you arrive at a fly-in event, you may find out that parking choices are very limited, expect to be directed to a specific open space in the homebuilt or show plane parking area.




Few pilots stake off their airplane using posts and ropes. Sometimes, fly-in regulations do not permit the use of stakes as someone might get hurt. Instead, they encourage to use a surveyor type ribbon or tape. 



Furthermore, it is a good idea to lock your controls if you have the provision. Otherwise, you could use your safety belt to immobilize the control stick.


  • Tiedowns Requirement
Every homebuilt aircraft should have specially prepared tiedown points installed during construction. The regular accommodation is removable tiedown rings which can be screwed into tapped holes in each wing.







In case, you neglected to make provision for reliable tiedown points, this does not exempt you from tying your airplane down anyway. Thus, you will be forced to wrap ropes around the landing gear legs and the tail, and that is not an ideal substitute. 

All airplanes attending a fly-in must be tiedown when parked overnight or if it is to be left unattended for any length of time. 

Additionally, it is mandatory to carry your own tiedown and chocks when you go on a cross-country or attend a fly-in. 

  • Refueling Engine
Don't pass up an opportunity to refuel your aircraft as soon as you arrive. If you can find an available refueling truck, flag it down. Do not wait until you are ready to go.

Remember to find out beforehand if the fuel type you have is accessible. Any other way, you can fly to the nearest facility known to have the fuel for your particular engine. 

  • Mechanical Problem
At a large fly-in, assistance is available for most kinds of mechanical problems. On the other hand, at smaller or local fly-ins, you will have to depend on the available help you can get from willing fellow aviators. It is nice to know most of them will offer help, but should not set that as an expectation all the time. Try to be self-equipped for unexpected minor mechanical emergencies. 




With this, a small repair kit should be a part of your onboard toolset and you should carry it at all times in your baggage compartment. 

  • Socializing
If you happen to attend big fly-in events, there will be interested spectators allowed into the show plane parking areas hanging around to explore and inspect different and unique aircraft. For small or local fly-ins, it depends as to what specific itineraries are arranged. Whether it is about having a barbecue party, camping, trail riding, or waterfall hikes, you better bring gear for such non-flying activities. 

At most fly-ins, you will have the opportunity to examine many other aircraft, build relationships with fellow aviators, discover new interests and learn from meaningful conversations. You will be surprised by how many good ideas you can pick to make as many fly-ins as you can.


There's no doubt that flying is more fun with the company of friends, and many organizations host fly-ins, you can check out EuroGa and European Aircraft Sales for upcoming Fly-In events. 


2. Set a new cross country record 



What's the farthest flight you've ever made, 100? or 1000 miles? Whatever your top record is, the best time to break it is this summer. The long days mean more flying to accomplish your trip, and there is no shortage of destinations.

You may need to fly to more than one airport or at least 150 nautical miles if you want to try in different types of airspace environment. Although planning a cross-country flight can seem like a daunting task, selecting a destination is easy.

Here are a few important things to keep in mind to ensure overall smooth cross-country flight:

  • Choose your route
Choose any routes that will allow you to fly at a safe optimum altitude for your aircraft while still allowing you to conveniently identify landmarks on the ground. Choose landmarks that are 5-10 nautical miles apart and are easy to determine. Lakes, rivers, towns and other airports are usually easy to spot. However, flying with a small airplane might be difficult to climb high enough to fly over a mountain range. Be carefully aware of the terrain, military operation areas, NOTAMs and temporary flight restrictions (TFRs) when you plan your route.

Once you have your route, plot it out on a VFR sectional map.  

  • Familiarize the Airport
It is only imperative to keep your situational awareness if you are stuck in a busy airport without an airport diagram. Large aerodromes can be challenging and taxi instructions are lengthy. Getting familiar with the airport layout helps you to know which fixed-base operator to use and hours of operation. You'll want to make sure fueling, tiedown and parking, aircraft maintenance and other similar services are available when you need them.

  • Double-check equipment on board
Make sure your navigational instruments function properly and the GPS database is up-to-date and working. Be fully equipped with survival gear, appropriate clothing for the weather, flashlights, charts, and water. 

  • Calculate Airspeed, Time and Distance
You must complete the speed, distance, time and fuel consumption calculation for each leg of the flight. It's easiest to use navigational log form for this, you can do it by hand or a computer device. Using a navigational log or a flight planning application can help you effectively organize the computations.

  • Navigate with a Flight Planning Application
Securing a flight planning application on your device definitely adds a layer of safety. With a proper flight assistant application like Air Navigation Pro, enable real-time aircraft moving map navigation which makes cross-country flying a breeze. 

You can plan and edit your multi-leg navigation flight plan directly from the moving map or by a quick search in the waypoints database. The planned route is displayed on the moving map as vectors. The application will calculate the next point distance, track and heading. ETE and ETA are calculated from your current speed while in-flight or from intended cruise speed and wind information. 

Plus, it is a great flight tracking tool that gives access to your friends to follow your flight and share the flight directly on your social media platform after landing.

More than that, don't forget to file a flight plan. Effective flight planning involves the process of essentially mapping out and understanding all of the criteria, materials, and routes of a flight. It is crucial that all flights are deemed to have a well-structured and organized flight plan, which will not only maximize safety but also reduce the costs where necessary.

Within the Air Navigation Pro app, you can now create your flight plan. The updated ATC Flight Plan Feature will help you lessen your time when it comes to flight planning. You have now more choices on which flight plan would best suit you.


To know more about the Air Navigation Pro application features, products and subscriptions go to Air Navigation Pro website.


3. Take a lapsed pilot flying



Have you taken hiatus from flying? If so, you're not alone, a number of pilots take a breather from flying, and summer is a great time to return to flight! For some pilots, flying can take a backseat in life as they undergo changes like a growing family, shifting career, or sometimes, a medical issue. But if you're still active in the saddle and you happen to have friends, family members or colleagues, who haven't flown in years, then take them up for a sunrise flight and remind them how magical it can be to go flying. 

Inarguably, once a pilot is always a pilot because a pilot certificate or license never expires. Hence, there are few things pilots need to know as they get back into flying: 

  • Flight Review
All you need to get back into the left seat is the latest edition of Flight Review with a certified flight instructor, which generally consists of a minimum of 1 hour of flight training and 1 hour of ground training. As you can see Flight Review is not an extensive procedure, it plainly requires a flight instructor to ensure that you are safe to go flying again.

In the USA, the purpose of the Flight Review required by the FAA Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) is to provide for a regular evaluation of pilot skills and aeronautical knowledge. In effect, the flight review is the aeronautical equivalent of a regular medical checkup and ongoing health improvement program.

With this, pilots should try to magnify areas of flying that they feel need work or haven't been reviewed in years. Appreciate Flight Review as a great learning experience, not just a regulatory requirement.

  • Staying Current
In the USA, According to FAR 61.57, if you want to carry passengers you must have completed at least 3 takeoffs and landings within the preceding 90 days which significantly applies to the daytime requirement. But if you are also interested in returning to a night passenger carrying, remember to conduct those 3 landings at night to a full stop to surpass the night passenger carrying standards. 

  • Medical Endorsements
On top of obtaining a current Flight Review, lapsed pilots will also need to secure a current medical certificate. Unless you are planning to return to flying utilizing Sport Privileges, you will need to have a current medical certificate for non-commercial operations.

Medical certificate durations have changed over time. Currently according to FAR 61.23, if you are under the age of 40 when you have your medical examination, you have 60 calendar months of privileges. On the other hand, if you are over the age of 40 at the time of the examination, you have 24 calendar months before needing another medical.

If you have any questions about the medical validation, your flight instructor will be able to help you interpret the guidelines. 

  • Maintaining Proficiency
Being able to meet the above minimum requirements will certify you can legally return to flying, but staying legal doesn't relevantly mean that a lapsed pilot will be safe, comfortable, and proficient as possible upon returning to skies. Staying proficient highly entails a commitment of practice and training. Make some plans to refresh your aviation knowledge and be familiar with any aviation procedures and regulations that may have revised while you were inactive. 

There are also credible resources including online courses, webinars, and seminars available to help inactive pilots regain proficiency. 



4. Fly for a charitable cause 



More pilots are using their skills to give back. Aviation charities have sprung up to support different advocacies and movements. You might consider transporting children with special needs to hospital appointments or fly medical, relief and life-transforming help to vulnerable people in hard-to-reach places. 

You can refer and join these charities who are missioned to fly far and wide to extend varieties of bundles of services:

They fly over jungles, mountains, swamps, and deserts and enable over 2,000 aid development and mission organizations to cater medical care, emergency relief, long-term development, and Christian hope to thousands of communities. 


           
  • Air Charity NetworkA charitable organization that provides access for people in need who are seeking free air transportation to specialized health care facilities or distant destinations due to family, community, or national crisis. They also coordinate flights to fly organ transplant candidates, people involved in clinical trials, chemotherapy or other repetitive treatment, victims of abuse seeking relocation, disabled or sick children to special summer camp programs and for many other humanitarian reasons.



  • Fly2HelpAn aviation charity dedicated to raising the spirits of people, young and old, living in difficult personal situations and inspiring young people as they consider their future lives. Founded by pilots, their Air Smiles Days and Aim High Education program take everything that is exhilarating about flying and uses it to do something extraordinary. 



  • Aviation Environment Federation (AEF)It is the principal NGO campaigning exclusively on the environmental impacts of aviation and promoting a sustainable future for the sector. Aviation has environmental, social and economic impacts and so despite being an organization that is in small size, their work covers issues ranging from local air quality to global climate change, and from local participation in an airport consultative committee to the overall national economic impact of a new runway. It is their aim to protect the environment, public health, and quality of life through securing policies and measures that ensure effective limits on noise, emissions and other environmental impacts from the aviation..
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Air Navigation Pro Monthly Inbox - April

It has always been the constant pursuit of Air Navigation Pro Team to provide the best pilot assistant to our users everywhere in the world. With non-stop dedication for quality application feature enhancements, the innovation of everyone's ideas are continuously aligned to the right amount of satisfaction that our service has to offer.

Last Month, our support team worked hard to efficiently deliver to your needs and concerns. Thus, we collected all your queries and compiled the Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions to supplement the best answers. 


Here are the Top 5 FAQ’s for the month of April.



1. Why I cannot connect my account using my login credentials?
Whether you want to connect your account in Air Navigation Pro Application or Services Website, always make sure to input your email or username and password correctly.

For example, your registered account is testonly.airnavigation, do not enter Testonly.airnavigation or TESTONLY.AIRNAVIGATION. This is case sensitive.





2. How can I renew subscriptions via the Services Website?

Available via Services Website, you can access a full range of Subscription products such as Aeronautical Database, Standard Worldwide, and Country Packages.

To renew your subscriptions, go to this link https://services.xample.ch/. Click Sign In and enter your registered account.


 Proceed to the Store >>  All my products >>  find the product and click Renew




After that, Pay Pal will pop-up to process your payment.


3. How can I install the products acquired via the Services Website? 
Always make sure that your application is connected to your Air Navigation account in order to sync your purchased products. 

If you are using an Ipad or Tablet, open the app go to Tools >> Account >> Account information.




If you are using a mobile device, you will find it under Configuration >>  Account >>  Account Information.





To restore products from the Store:

For an iPad/Tablet, go to Configuration >> Store >>  Restore





For a mobile device, go to Configuration >> Store >> Restore





Thereafter, tap the product of your choice to download.



4. How to delete imported PDFs? 

Air Navigation Pro has an advanced feature that allows you to attach or import PDF documents to any type of waypoint you want to save. Thus, to delete imported PDF files:


For iOs, your device and desktop computer must be connected on the same wifi network to enable Embedded Web server.


First, go to Configuration >> Settings >> toggle on “Data import or export over http”






To access the Embedded Web server, type the address in the URL bar to an internet browser. Air Navigation web site should appear in your navigator.





On the browser, open Approach Charts bar to see the list of imported PDFs and click the selected files to delete.




For Android, you can directly delete imported PDF files from the root folder.

To locate the root folder on your Android device, go to File Manager >> tap Internal Storage, and click AirNavPro to open the list of imported documents.



Inside the AirNavPro folder, long press the selected imported PDF files to delete.




To know more about the Embedded Web server, please read the user manual.


 5. How to backup custom waypoints from an old device to a new device? 

As of the moment, this feature is only available in Air Navigation Pro iOS with the help of iTunes File Sharing.

Before you can use iTunes File Sharing,  select Backup Waypoints from your old device.

To do so, go to Tools >>  tap User Waypoints >>  and click More Options. 





This will create a file that you can move to the new device. Now, attach your iPhone or iPad to your Mac Computer to start File Sharing.

First, go to iTunes >> click the connected iOS device icon >> and open File Sharing.



From the Apps menu, select Air Navigation to open the list of Documents and click Backup.sql to add the transferred file.




Next, click Save, and choose any file location of your preference.



After importing files on the new device, go to the same menu and select the option Restore Waypoints. 




For more information about iTunes File Sharing, you can refer to Apple Support Web page.





If you have questions that are not listed above, feel free to leave a comment below or message us on Facebook or visit our FAQ page and support center .

Are you a pilot with cool travel stories that you want to share? Send us a message on our social media accounts Facebook , Instragram or send us an e-mail at sharmaine@airnavigation.aero.


to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro in iOS and Android, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.


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The Air Navigation Team
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Air Navigation Pro Pilot Story: Benjamin Krebs of Austria
The best stories ever told are the ones tailored with genuine emotions and insights from real-life experiences.

Air Navigation Pro Team is always on the search for pilots, not only to those who never stop flying airplanes but, most especially to those who never give up soaring high the beauty of their dreams. 
It is a jackpot to find Benjamin Christian Krebs on Instagram, 19 years old pilot from Austria who shares with us his ultimate journey in the world of aviation. His pride and joy are to fly GA Airplanes, write aviation journals and train young flight students in his flying school. What keeps him on the grind today is his immense training to attain ATPL (Airline Transport Pilot License) while preparing to compete internationally in Aerobatic Flying. 

This young man is incredibly an inspiration and not to mention, he is the youngest pilot ever featured in our blog so far! 


What do you love most about flying an aircraft? 

There are so many great things I love about flying. Top three things I find best are flying to different places, meeting new people and enjoying the beautiful scenery from above.

What is your favorite aircraft? 

I am beyond happy to have the opportunity to fly different categories of aircraft. Among those I tried, my favorite aircraft is the Piper PA-28 Arrow III as it is quite fast and has enough room for four people and space for the baggage inside. It is an ideal aircraft to fly longer routes with.



What is your favorite destination so far?

There is an indescribable feeling flying to new destinations and being able to visit another glimpse of any majestic view is absolutely rewarding. Of all the places I have been, my favorite is Graz Airport (LOWG), it's one of Austria's International Airports and I already flew there countless times. It is a great airport with an awesome restaurant at the top with a cool departure approach out of the area as you can fly directly over the city which is very nice. I can say that Graz is not only a fabulous city, but you will also find the most friendly and open-minded people around.



What is your dream travel destination? 

There's got to be two places I yearn to visit, it is in Bahamas or Hawaii. I choose these destinations because they have beautiful weather, great culture, and nice small airports. I just can't wait to go there and see how I can face the challenge in flying since those locations are mostly windy.


Paradise Island, Bahamas 


Wakiki Beach, Ouahu Hawaii 


How did you come across Air Navigation Pro? 

It was the time when my dad and I bought our aircraft, the Comco Ikarus C-42 and came up with an idea to build our Ipad Mini as a navigational device in our cockpit. After we did some research and test, we discovered Air Navigation Pro. We really like the application because it offers brilliant features at a good price. We use it ever since.



What are the five things you like about our app?
  • It is a great thing. I usually utilize the Import and Export Route. 
  • I also love the Altitude Information feature which alerts you when you're about to fly into controlled Airspace. 
  • Another awesome feature is the included charts which are very helpful with the moving map.

Have you tried other navigating apps? 

Yes, I tried a few and there is a lot of competition out there but I still have to admit that Air Navigation Pro is believably the best I used so far. 

Can you please tell me a story of the best times you have had with our app? 

I can remember as clear as day that sometime last year, my good friend and I who is also a pilot flew from my home base at Western Neusadt, Austria (LOAN) to Portoroz, Slovenia (LJPZ) in a Cessna C172. There was no onboard GPS, so we pretty much relied on the Air Navigation Pro App as Slovenia has quite complex routes for VFR. It was very useful to have a detailed moving map during the flight and I can say it was truly an empowering moment with this great flight planning application tool.




If you talk to non-users about our product what would you tell them? 

Oh well, there's no doubt that Air Navigation Pro offers a lot of quality features at a valuable price. All you need as a pilot is an aircraft, yourself and Air Navigation Pro.

What do you do when you're not flying?

Aside from that, I love to keep on learning, I would also love to share my knowledge with the people. When I'm not up in the air, I'm mostly teaching young flight students about radio communications in school grounds. Next, to that, I'm a chief editor of an Austrian Aviation online magazine called Young Pilots Austria where I spend plenty of time writing articles. You can visit our official page to find out more about it.

What do you see yourself doing three years from now?

I greatly hope that I will acquire a type rating certification on an Airbus at United Airlines, soon.

What is your favorite flying memory? 

That's a tough one because most of my memories in aviation are spectacular. One thing I will forever cherish is every time my flying school and flying club organize an airport festival at LOAN yearly, and it was just last year, I had the most wonderful time of this event. I was responsible for the public relations department and during the occasion, I did some flights for the VIP guests. I was proudly wearing a Military Pilot uniform with my own logo and the one of the flight club. Indeed, it was a pleasant day and we had a successful celebration with a lot of VIP tours.


What would you tell the non-pilots about the joy of flying?

To top it all, flying is sensational. You have the utmost responsibility and control for the aircraft and the passengers. Being a pilot gives you infinite possibilities to see a lot of different places and meet a lot of new people. I just recommend everybody to take a flight in the cockpit and convince themselves.


So if you want to know more about this amazing young pilot, head over to his personal blog and you guys check it out! 



If you're interested to read more about our users in the aviation industry, you can check out our other pilot features:
- Benjamin Sanders from Germany
- Arnaud of Latécoère Aircraft Rally 2018
- Marcelo Riegel from Brazil
- Kirsten Augustyn from Norway
- Stanislav Klajban from The Canary Islands

We've got other articles for you to know more about our other features and highlights:
- Air Navigation Pro Offers The Standard Worldwide Package
- Air Navigation Pro Subscription Packages are now available on iOS with a 2-week free trial!
 

Are you a pilot with cool travel stories and you want to be featured on our blog?


Send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instagramor send us an e-mail at sharmaine@airnavigation.aero.

Need help? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). If you have questions that are not found in our FAQ, please don't hesitate to reach out and contact us here.


to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.



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Air Navigation Pro German Package is Now Available! Subscribe and Experience Great Flight Planning in Germany

Air Navigation Pro iOS and Android users can now access to the latest updates of the whole country's Germany Country Package.

Air Navigation Pro Country Package for Germany is available with a two-week free trial! With the Germany Country Package subscription, you will have a monthly update to the worldwide aeronautical database, Germany DFS ICAO 500k, Germany Georeferenced Visual approach charts, Interactive NOTAMS, Elevation Graph, and the Street and Places Search.





Aside from the Germany Country Package's inclusions, you will also have the access to a set of other useful features or products that will efficiently provide you a more improved flight planning preparations. 

You can now acquire the following products separately that best fit to your flight needs:

  • Germany DFS ICAO 500k 2019
  • Germany 3D Data
  • Germany - Georeferenced Visual approach charts 
  • Germany North Rogers Data 2019 500k 
  • Germany South Rogers Data 2019 500k 
  • Germany VFR 2019 1000k Air Million 
  • Interactive NOTAMS 
  • ATC Flightplan credit 
  • Heli Routes North Sea 2018 DFS Visual 500 
  • Germany Topographic 200k 
  • Streets and places search 






All accessible in Air Navigation Pro iOS and Android.



Air Navigation Pro flight planning app contains an accurate and up-to-date database of German's aeronautical waypoints and airspaces, directly available for all Air Navigation Pro users. 


Visit our store at http://services.xample.ch and download the latest charts of your country.





We hope this post was helpful. If you have any questions or there are other useful features that you'd like to share with us, please leave a comment below. You can also send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instragram or send us an e-mail at sharmaine@airnavigation.aero.

to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.

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The Air Navigation Team
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More than just about any other product of technology, smartphones and tablets have driven the adaption of new functionality and technology into the hands of users. Whether used for entertainment, communication, business, education, these gadgets have contributed greatly to our world today.

With the emergence of navigation apps using the integrated capabilities of the device, paired with other connected devices in the cockpit, there's no doubt that these devices and their apps have become indispensable to pilots.

While it's safe to say that it has made our lives easier, some of its purpose is bigger than we realize; such as helping people who are differently-abled have the equal access to the technology that we have.

These often under-appreciated Accessibility features, built within the software of these smartphones and tablets, contain a variety of controls. These are designed to benefit users to maximize their usage of their device and to provide solutions for different kinds of situations.

But in case you didn't know, these features are also useful for navigation. Here we share our top 5 most useful functions that could help you in-flight.

1. Split Screen 

This feature allows you to run two apps at the same time. To launch Split-screen mode, you need to open one app first. Then, touch and hold the recent apps button. After that, the app that you opened will be minimized, dividing the screen into half for you to choose the second that you will be using.  You'll notice that the icon will change to indicate that you're in split mode.




You can adjust the size of the screen by adjusting the blue slider in the middle.


The same goes if you want to exit split-screen mode. All you have to do is press and hold back the "recent apps" button.

What makes it useful for navigation? 

Since it allows you to run two apps simultaneously, then you could work on two things at the same time. While navigating, you can work on something without having to take your eyes away from your air navigation app.


2. Magnification Gestures 
You can have a more zoomed in display on some certain parts of your screen when you turn on Magnification gestures. Once enabled, you can zoom the screen by tapping three times. You can also pan by dragging two or more fingers anywhere the screen. It can be adjusted by pinching two fingers together or apart. To zoom temporarily, tap thrice and hold your finger on the third tap. You can drag your fingers to move any part of the screen. To go back to the default view, you can just lift your finger down.   



Note: You can't zoom on the keyboard and the navigation bar.


What makes it useful for navigation? 

With this feature enabled, it magnifies the moving map temporarily and it will allow you to pinpoint on certain areas on the map like airports, reporting points, terrain, obstacles and more. 

3. Colour Adjustments
This is useful for users who are sensitive to colours or brightness and for those who need some help to see the details clearly in different light conditions. Whether you want a warmer tone or a black UI background, you can customize it in the display settings. This provides a better visual preference, which is good for night flying. 

In order to invert the background colour, enable Colour inversion under Display.      


In order to have a warmer tone, (which is great for your eyesight) enable Eye Comfort and adjust the colour temperature. 


What makes it useful for navigation? 
This provides a better visual preference when you're flying at night or low light conditions.

Did you know?
Air Navigation Pro has a night mode option to enhance the moving map for night flying. You can find it in the Map options menu. In the same menu, the specific brightness for Air Navigation Pro can be also set quickly and easily. 


4. Select to Speak 
Select-to-Speak is a built-in screen reading feature that allows your device to read on-screen content. You can enable the Text-to-Speech function. Once enabled, you will just press the icon and it will read what's on your screen.

To activate Select to Speak, go to Settings >> Smart Assistance >> Accessibility >> Select to Speak

Once enabled, a new icon will appear next to the "recent apps" icon indicating that Select to Speak is enabled. Every time you want the device to read the text, you have to tap that icon, then a play button will appear.





What makes it useful for navigation? 
Being in the cockpit involves a lot of multitasking. Let your device read out important information about a specific airport or a NOTAM whilst you can keep your eyes on the horizon. 
5. Text Adjustments 
Another useful feature in Accessibility is being able to customize how you'd like the text to be displayed. For a clearer look, you can adjust the size and the text contrast. 

In Accessibility menu, toggle on the "High-contrast text". By enabling this, it increases the colour contrast of the text, making it more distinct.



In order to adjust the text size, go to Display >> Text size 


Adjust the text by dragging the slider below. 



What makes it useful for navigation?
Customise the text contrast to your own preference to help ensure text on varying colour backgrounds, such as charts, are easy to read. 


We hope this post was helpful. If you have any questions or there are other useful features that you'd like to share with us, please leave a comment below. You can also send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instragram or send us an e-mail at sharmaine@airnavigation.aero.


to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.

Blue Skies, 
The Air Navigation Team
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Apple products have always been one step ahead when it comes to innovation. Their diverse range of products with their advanced features, not to mention sophisticated design, - are just some of the many reasons why they have established trust and brand loyalty among their users.

Apple's main goal is to produce technology that empowers everyone and with the Accessibility features that comes within these devices, there's no doubt that they raised the bar in terms of user interaction and quality experience.

We believe that these features are not only useful on a daily basis but also in navigation, where features that assist the use of the device help ensure maximum attention is on flying. Here we share our top 8 most useful functions that could help you in-flight.

1. Split Screen 
The Split View was introduced in iOS 9 but later on developed in iOS 12 along with other multitasking features on the iPad. It allows users to navigate on two apps at the same time by controlling two open panels on the screen.

Before trying this feature, make sure you enabled "Allow Multiple Apps" in Settings. To enable this feature, go to Settings >> General >> Multitasking & Dock 










In order to use the Split View, open an app on your iPad.


Swipe up below in the middle of the screen to view the Dock.


 Select and drag the app that you want to open from the Dock onto the side of the screen then let go.


After dragging the second app, it will overlay on the first app that you opened. This is called the Slide Over.


To switch to Split View, drag the grey bar down and let go. It will cause the screen to split.



You can adjust the size of the app windows by dragging the slider in the middle of the two apps.


Exit the Split View in the same way. Drag the grey bar down and slide all the way over to the side of the screen.

What makes it useful for navigation? 
Since it allows you to run two apps simultaneously, you can interact with another app whilst keeping your air navigation app guiding active.

2. Zoom
The Zoom feature is something that is always present in almost every device but iOS makes it extremely useful for users. It has a magnifier tool that makes everything in the screen larger when zoomed in. It can zoom up to 200% but can be adjusted from 100% - 500% depending on your preferences and needs. Once activated, the regular gestures like tap, swipe and pinch will work just like normal. 

To activate Zoom, go to Settings >> General >> Accessibility >> Zoom




Once enabled, a zoom magnifier will appear on the screen. You can simply drag it to the area that you want to zoom. It magnifies the text, icon and images making it easier to see and use.


What makes it useful for navigation?
While in-flight, you can use this feature to easily navigate on your device. Navigating on the moving map can get a little bit overwhelming sometimes, especially with all the aeronautical details, symbols and associated information. But once you enable Zoom, the detail in a specific area is easier to see without having to move the device closer to your eyes. It also makes it easy to read reference files and documents at a glance. 



3. Magnifier 
As opposed to the Zoom feature, Magnifier uses your device camera as a magnifying glass that can magnify things up to 500%. You can see the magnified image on the screen and can even use Flash to illuminate in low light conditions.
To activate Magnifier, go to Settings >> General >> Accessibility >> Magnifier 


When enabled, triple -click the Home button to start Magnifier. You can expand it by dragging the slider above the capture button and you can also adjust its colour by tapping on the "filter" icon or the three circles on the right.





What makes it useful for navigation?
If you're having a hard time reading something, perhaps a fine print on a label or some visual aids like paper charts, this might come in handy. Its purpose isn't limited for reading materials only but as well as images and objects.

4. Display Accommodations 
For iOS 10 and above, customizing the display settings doesn't just allow you to adjust the brightness of your device. There are a lot of things that you can do, that includes: Invert Colours, Colour Filter, Reduce White Point, and Increase Contrast. You can find it under Display Accommodations in Accessibility settings. 

Invert Colours
To enable this, go to Settings >> General >> Accessibility >> Display Accommodations >> Invert Colours 


Inverting colours will provide a black UI background on the screen. It has two settings: Smart  and Classic Invert. Smart invert will reverse the colour of the display, except images, media and some apps that use dark colour types. While Classic Invert reverses the colours of everything in the display. 




Reduce White Point
If you're irritated by the screen brightness but don't want to invert colours, this setting will allow you to dim the screen by minimizing the intensity of bright colours. It tones down the brightness, giving it a greyish appearance. 


What makes these useful for navigation? 
These settings are more than just improving the user interface. It allows us to use our devices more effectively. These settings make the device easier for users who have problems with vision, or those who are sensitive to brightness. In the cockpit, where changeable light conditions from sunlight and shadows constantly moving, better control of the device is always a positive. 

Did you know?
Air Navigation Pro has a night mode option to enhance the moving map for night flying. You can find it in the Map options menu. In the same menu, the specific brightness for Air Navigation Pro can be also set quickly and easily. 

5. Speech 
A feature common to different devices, iOS makes it really useful.- Speech Selection has the ability to read text to you. Any content from web pages, files, notes, documents, eBooks or in any app as long as you can select the text. You can choose the voice that you want to use every time your iPhone/iPad reads the text, either Siri's or Samantha's. You can also choose the speed rate for reading. 

To activate Speak Selection, go to Settings >> General >> Accessibility >> Speech >> Speak Selection




In order to use Speak Selection, all you have to is select the text that you want your iPhone/iPad to read. Simply tap and hold to select the word or phrases, then select Speak. 


What makes these useful for navigation?
Being in the cockpit involves a lot of multitasking. Let your device read out important information about a specific airport or a NOTAM advisory. You can even let the device read what's in your flight plan whilst you keep your eyes on the horizon.  

6. Font Adjustments 
Another setting that you can customize is how you'd like the text to be displayed. Whether you'd prefer it smaller or bigger than the default, you can adjust it. 

Do this by going to Settings >> Accessibility >> Larger Text  

You can adjust the font size by dragging the slider. 


What makes these useful for navigation?
If you spend a lot of time reading and you think the default size is too small, simply adjust the text size to suit your needs. 

7. Assistive Touch 
This is one accessibility features that is found in iOS devices only, although there are apps now that you can download for you to have this feature on your Android device.
Assistive Touch is a built-in shortcut menu that lets you access some of the basic functions on your iPhone/iPad without having to do complicated gestures like long-press, double tap, pressing multiple buttons at the same time, and other complex gestures. With Assistive Touch, you can choose to put the functions that you usually use, for example: Lock screen, Screenshot, Siri, Notification centre, etc. in order to access them easily.

To enable the Assistive Touch on your device, go to Settings >> General >> Accessibility >> Assistive Touch


After enabling Assistive Touch, tap Customize Top Level Menu. 


Here, you can add and remove functions from the top level menu. You can add up to 8 items. 




What makes these useful for navigation? 
By adding some of the functions that you frequently use in the Assistive touch menu, you can access them with one tap whenever you need them. 
8. Reachability 
Apple devices have become larger and thinner. Although it really looks great in our hands, we can obviously see that two handed use is a necessity specially in navigation. It's a good thing Apple came up with a solution so we can use our iPhone with only one hand; the Reachability feature. This feature lets you reach buttons and icons at..
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Last month, the support team at Air Navigation Pro gathered all the concerns and inquiries from our users. After that, we compiled the top five frequently asked questions for the month of March to make it easier for you to find the answers to these questions.

Here's the Air Navigation Pro Monthly Inbox for March 2019.


1. Where can I find the NOTAMs?

Interactive NOTAMS is a subscription product. For you to have access on it, you need to have a valid subscription in order to request and see briefing. By then, you can display the NOTAMs on the map.

For iPad and tablet, go to Tools >> NOTAMs




For mobile devices, go to Configuration >> Tools >> NOTAMs





2. How can I access my Air Navigation Services account from the device?

In order to connect to your Air Navigation Services account, go to Tools >> Account >> Account information for your iPad/tablet.




If you are using a mobile device, go to Configuration >> Account >> Account information.




If you don't have an account yet, you can create it for free on the Services site.  


3. How can I remove the airspaces name and its associated information? 



In map options, if you enabled the setting for "Display Airspace name", you will see different colored boxes that contains information of a specific airspace, its name, class and vertical limits. If you wish not to display these, you can just disable it.

In order to do so, go to Map >> Airspaces >> toggle off "Display  Airspace name"





4. How can I print my operational flight plan? 

As of the moment, this is only applicable in Air Navigation Pro iOS version specifically on iPad.

First, tap Resize button from the toolbar to display the route summary.


Then, tap the route module icon to show the summary. 


Tap Flight plan to display a document and tap the sharing button from the bottom left for the option to print.



5. Why can't I find the ATC Position Report when I use my mobile device?

The ATC Position Report is applicable on both tablet and iPad, including selected iPhone devices that has wide screen.






If you have questions that are not listed above, feel free to leave a comment below or message us on Facebook or visit our FAQ page and support center .

Are you a pilot with cool travel stories that you want to share? Send us a message on our social media accounts Facebook , Instragram or send us an e-mail at charlyne@airnavigation.aero.


to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro in iOS and Android, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.


Blue Skies, 
The Air Navigation Team

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