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A/C Profiles

2014

  • 1/13/2014  Mexican APIS
    FltPlan is now an approved provider of APIS data to the Mexican government.

    As of January 1, 2014, Mexico now requires pilots to submit electronic Advanced Passenger Information (APIS) to the Mexican government before every flight entering or exiting Mexico. The fine for not complying can be as much as $5000.00. FltPlan submits your Mexican APIS electronically and provides a dedicated 24-hour phone number to comply with the Mexican requirement to send your electronic manifest after the cabin door is closed.

    To enroll, please contact our Premium Services office at 731-855-8000.


    2013

  • 12/19/2013  Free Checklist Tool Now Available on Android and iPad Apps
    You can now enter your checklists into your account and take them with you on your iPad or Android device.

              

    This feature can be accessed by clicking on the TOOLS button on the left side of the Main Menu and selecting Checklist from the sub-menu.
    For detailed instructions, click here.


  • 11/25/2013  Geo-Referenced Approach Charts Free on FltPlan Go
    In addition to Geo-Referenced Taxi Charts, our iPad app FltPlan Go now has Geo-Referenced Approach Charts for the entire U.S.

      


  • 11/6/2013  Up-To-Date Fuel Prices Now Available on our Free Android App
    Our free Android app now includes our full database of up-to-date fuel prices for more than 3,300 FBOs. On the Android app, you can access current fuel prices by going to the FltDeck Guide and selecting the airport.


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  • 11/6/2013  Donor Method for Transferring Weight & Balance Profiles
    It is now possible to quickly transfer a Weight & Balance profile from one FltPlan account to another.
    From the Weight & Balance page:
    Select the aircraft tail number from the Add/Edit/Delete Profile drop-down menu
    Enter the Donor's username and tail number in the Copy Profile fields
    Click Copy

  • 10/1/2013  FltPlan Go
    Our new iPad app is now available on the App Store. FltPlan Go is the latest addition to our variety of powerful tools available for pre-flight, in-flight and post-flight. The new FltPlan Go app is also the platform on which we will add many great new features in the future.


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    Among the new features on FltPlan Go are:
    Rubber banding for flight planning
    Ability to create and edit routes offline
    Breadcrumbs - leaves a trail of where you have been on the screen
    XM - WX capabilities from Baron Weather
    ADS-B weather and traffic using Sagetech Clarity receiver
    Geo-Referenced Taxi Charts
    Geo-Referenced IFR Approach Charts
    Helicopter Routes, TAC Charts
    Graphical SUAs (Special Use Airspace) for offline use
    Multiple binders for easy access to the info you need
    Ability to save notes and highlight on multiple Approach Charts
    Enhanced FBO information
    Current fuel prices
    Downloadable street map for offline viewing


  • 9/4/2013  New at the FltPlan Chart Store - The Chart Finder
    The Chart Finder offers you a complete listing of the charts you need for your trip. Just enter your departure and arrival airports, and the Chart Finder will let you know which Sectionals, Jet Charts, Victor Charts or Approach Plates you need. There are also links for subscription quotes and ordering charts



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  • 7/24/2013  Helicopter Route Charts
    FltPlan.com now offers Helicopter Route Charts on the website. You can find them by clicking on the Charts and Maps link on the log-in page or on the left side of the Main Menu page, then entering your airport pair in Sectionals with TFRs and Weather. Check off Helicopter Routes in the list of available map layers. You can also access the Helicopter Routes from the links on the NavLog.


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  • 6/27/2013  PDCs now available from your Android and iPad apps
    If you are using FltPlan.com's PDC service, you can now get your PDC directly from your Android or iPad app. This is in addition to receiving them through email or from the FltPlan.com website. FltPlan.com has you covered across multiple devices.
    For more information, or to sign up for PDC notification through FltPlan.com, please click here.

  • 5/20/2013   New Sectionals
    FltPlan's new sectionals offer the ability to toggle TAC charts on and off, and include options such as Weather Radar, Airspace and TFRs, State Outlines, Airports, Victor Airways, and Jet Airways. Another great feature is that they work on a large size screen, so you can really plan your long range flights. To view sectionals, click on the Charts and Maps link on the log-in page, the left side of the Main Menu page, or directly on your NavLog.

  • 5/1/2013   Get Your Pre-Departure Clearance Online to your Email/Text Message Address
    FltPlan.com now offers PDCs for aircraft not equipped with a datalink box. Pre-Departure Clearances (PDCs) are text clearances issued for an IFR flight plan. They are available at 70 airports throughout the U.S.

    The PDC will include:
  • Your Filed Route
  • Any amendments to your route
  • Your Cleared Altitude
  • Your Transponder Code
  • Your Departure Frequency
  • Any Special Instructions

    For more information, please see: http://www.fltplan.com/PDCInfo.htm

  • 5/1/2013   FltPlan.com Mobile comes to Blackberry Playbook
    FltPlan.com's popular free mobile app is now available to Blackberry Playbook users. Most of the features available on our Android App are available, including Approach Charts, Airport/Facility Directory, Weight & Balance, eLogbook, Flight Tracking, Weather Briefings, Runway Wind Calculator and more.
    The app is available from the Blackberry World App Store, Blackberry's own App market.

  • 2/28/2013   Weight & Balance Program Now Available on iPad App
    FltPlan.com's free Weight & Balance program is now available on our iPad app. The iPad app's W&B feature integrates with your online Weight & Balance info. You can import your aircraft's W&B data directly to your iPad app, with no need to re-enter your aircraft parameters. You can then use this data offline when no internet access is available.



  • 2/8/2013   New FBO Comment Button
    We have added a new FBO Comments button on the Airport Information page. Now you can click on the FBO Comments button for an individual FBO, instead of having comments about FBOs being lumped together under Airport Comments.

    To use the FBO Comments button, you must be logged into your account. Select Airport Info from the links on the left side of the Main Menu page, then look for FBO Comments on the right of the FBO listing.

  • 1/30/2013   Runway Wind Calculator for Mobile Android App
    Enter your landing runway and the winds (including gust factors,) and the app will instantly display the crosswind component and the headwind/tailwind component.
    In addition to displaying the values, FltPlan.com also gives you colored cautions and warnings whenever your user defined limits are exceeded. For instance, if you set 15 knots as your crosswind caution value and 25 knots as your crosswind limit, the app will display orange when the crosswind component exceeds 15, and red when the component exceeds 25. You can also set caution and warning values for tailwinds.

      


  • 1/21/2013   Weight & Balance Now Available on Android App
    FltPlan.com's latest update to our Android app is an offline, interactive Weight & Balance calculator. The Android app's W&B feature integrates with your online Weight & Balance info. You can import your aircraft's W&B data directly to your Android app, with no need to re-enter your aircraft parameters. You can then use this data offline when no internet access is available.

      

    2012

  • 12/20/2012   Online TAC Charts
    FltPlan.com now provides TAC charts with our sectionals online at the website. They can be easily toggled on and off with the click of a mouse. This will allow you to get greater detail for planning your trips to busy terminal areas.

  • 12/20/2012   Legends and Info Now Available on Website and Android App
    FltPlan.com now provides easy access to the legends of various FAA publications on both the website and our Android App (online and offline). The Legend includes info on Approach charts for the U.S. & Canada, Airport/Facility Directory, Sectionals, High and Low Altitude Charts, and TEC routes.
    On the website, go to Documents (left side of Main Menu page), and on the Android App, use the "Legends & General Info" button.

  • 11/15/2012   Look up Restricted Areas, Alert Areas, and MOAs by their Number
    Our latest feature allows you to access information on Restricted Areas, MOAs, and Alert Areas by their numbers. Just enter the number/name of the SUA (Special Use Airspace), and FltPlan.com will provide the info you need, including altitude restrictions, time of use, and the contact facility.
    You can find a link to this section on the left side of the Weather/Notam page labeled Lookup SUA by name/number.




  • 10/31/2012  Android Now has Canadian, Mexican, Caribbean and Central American Enroute Charts
    The FltPlan Android app now includes our geo-referenced high (jet) and low (victor) airway charts for Canada, Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. You can now view your route of flight while offline, with High and Low airway enroute charts for all of U.S., Canada, Mexico, Jamaica, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, and more.


  • 10/09/2012  Now Store Documents/Images/Spreadsheets as Part of Your FltPlan App
    You can now view documents that you have previously uploaded to the FltPlan.com website and have them available in the iPad app for later viewing offline. All of your documents will be conveniently displayed in the Documents section on the website and on your mobile apps (iPad/iPhone and Android devices).
    A multitude of document and image types are supported, including: .bmp, .doc, .docx, .gif, .htm, .html, .jpeg, .jpg, .keynote, .numbers, .pages, .pdf, .png, .ppt, .pptx, .text, .tiff, .txt, .rtf, .xls, and .xlsx.
    Click here for complete instructions.
     

  • 09/27/2012   Moving Maps & Charts come to FltPlan.com Android App
    The latest version of the FltPlan.com Android app includes several great new features:

    Offline/Online moving map
    This feature displays your flight on sectionals and enroute charts (high & low altitude).

      


    "Track Up" map display
    The plane icon moves in the same direction as the plane. What's on the left side of the aircraft is on the left side of your moving map. Most iPad apps do not provide this.

       


    "Breadcrumbs"
    This handy feature lets you record where your flight takes you. From take-off to landing, you can see the actual route that your aircraft flew.

       



    Take notes on your moving map
    With FltPlan.com's Android App, you can write notes on your moving map. You can make notations along your route, which can be viewed later while in flight or on the ground.

       




  • 08/24/2012   eAPIS Users: Now get your CBP Confirmation email sent to specific crewmembers
    FltPlan.com's latest eAPIS feature allows you to get your CBP confirmation email sent directly to the pilots flying the trip. For multiple crewmember flight departments, this can save the trouble of forwarding the email to the working pilots of the trip and also avoids disturbing non-working pilots with unnecessary emails. CBP requirements state that you cannot take off without this email confirmation. Having your CBP email confirmation sent to the specific crewmembers flying the flight can speed up your departure. It also provides the peace of mind of knowing that if one email gets lost in the ether, there is another source to check.

    To access this new feature for our eAPIS customers, go to the crew section of your eAPIS page. Once there, enter the appropriate email address for the crewmember in the "Crew CBP Confirmation email address" entry box at the bottom of the page.




  • 08/24/2012  iPad App Now has Enroute Charts South of the Border, Including Mexico and the Caribbean
    FltPlan.com's free iPad app now includes geo-referenced high (jet) and low (victor) airway charts for Central America and the Caribbean. You can now view your route of flight while offline, with high and low airway enroute charts for all of Canada, U.S., Mexico, Jamaica, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, the Virgin Islands, and more.


  • 07/12/2012  ASOS/AWOS Frequencies/Phone Numbers Now Listed with Enroute Weather
    FltPlan.com will now display any ASOS/AWOS frequencies and phone numbers next to enroute weather locations. This can be used both before the flight by using the phone number listed, or while in the air using the associated frequency.



  • 06/28/2012  Document Storage
    You can now upload, store, and retrieve up to 10mb of documents, free of charge, in your FltPlan.com account. This is a great tool for uploading checklists, receipts, trip sheets etc. Most file formats are accepted including .doc, docx, .gif, .jpg, .pdf, .txt, and many more. You can upload the document on your home computer, and then access it from your laptop or office computer... all from within your FltPlan.com account.
    To use this feature, look for the Document link at the bottom left-hand side of the Main Menu page.



  • 06/08/2012  Pick up your IFR clearance over an enroute fix
    FltPlan.com now lets you file starting from an enroute fix, like a VOR or intersection. By doing so, you can now depart VFR, and ATC will have an IFR clearance waiting for you starting from a point along your route. In addition, FltPlan.com's NavLog will still reflect your full route, so you have accurate ETEs and Fuel Burns and not just numbers starting at the clearance point.
    For more information, see the June 8, 2012 FltBrief Newsletter: http://flttrack.fltplan.com/fltbrief/June2012/fltbriefvol1.htm#1
     

  • 05/23/2012  FltPlan.com Is Now Authorized Distributor of Nav Canada Canadian Paper Charts
    As of May 21st, the FltPlan.com Chart Store offers Canadian paper charts. To view our entire inventory of Canadian paper charts, please visit http://store.fltplan.com. For more information about our Canadian charts, please email us at Store@FltPlan.com
     

  • 05/16/2012  FltPlan.com adds online High/Low IFR charts for Central America & Caribbean
    We now include Caribbean high and low altitude charts. From Goose Bay, Canada to Panama City, Panama; from Barrow, Alaska to St.Vincent & Grenadine in the Caribbean, you now can view low and high altitude charts.

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  • 05/02/2012  Shared Accounts
    Over the past several months, FltPlan.com has expanded our 'Shared' NavLog and Weather feature to include the iPad/Android Apps, Multi Print-out, Route Weather, and now the Flt Listing (left side of Main Menu). With your account set up for sharing data across independent FltPlan.com accounts, pilots and schedulers can view NavLogs and Weather entered from an other's account. Access is restricted to viewing the NavLog and Weather. Your account and flight plan data are protected from changes by other users. The Flt Listing is a great way to quickly view or print out information on future flight plans. For more information, please see our March 2012 FltBrief Newsletter: http://flttrack.fltplan.com/fltbrief/March2012/fltbriefvol1.htm#2
     

  • 04/06/2012  FltPlan.com and Corporate Angel Network: A great partnership for helping those in need
    It's now even simpler for pilots to notify Corporate Angel Network (CAN) of available flights. FltPlan.com users, who are also registered with CAN, will be able to easily send flight information right from their account without having to call or send a separate e-mail to CAN. Look for the link on the left side of the Main Menu page. You can register online or send CAN your FltPlan.com username, if you are already a participant. If you or your company would like to become a 'Corporate Angel', click on the CAN link for information on how to register.
     

  • 04/06/2012  New Enhancement to our Flight Schedule Calendar
    Now you can plan even farther in advance with our Calendar feature. Flight plans can be scheduled out 6 months in advance, and events can now be scheduled for a full year. Want to remember a maintenance event ten months down the road? Now it's possible.
     




  • 03/28/12  Our Newest iPad Feature
    In our latest iPad innovation, FltPlan.com makes it possible for you to doodle on your charts. We know that when you use paper charts, you mark them up. You might mark your route and highlight an altitude restriction on a STAR, or show a taxi route and mark an FBO on an airport diagram. Now, if you use an iPad, you can do the same thing on your electronic charts. To access this feature go to the Scratch Pad + icon on the iPad home page.


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  • 03/21/12  Our Weight and Balance Calculator Now Includes Turboprops
    This month we expanded our Weight and Balance collection with our new turboprop feature. This feature not only provides a standard Weight and Balance template for pilots to use but we also have the capability to enter in a variable fuel arm. Since Weight and Balance can be a tedious task for you pilots, we plan to make Weight and Balance a possibility for aircraft of all single & multiengine pistons and single & multiengine turboprops. We just recently added a Cessna 425 Conquest I, Piaggo P180 Avanti, King Air F90 and are planning to add many more.


  • 03/07/12  Now Share NavLogs and Weather on your Computer
    Last week we announced that you could share your NavLog and Weather on your iPad. Now FltPlan.com lets others (that you have authorized) view your NavLog, Wind Matrix and Weather briefings on their desktop or laptop computer -- even if you use different account usernames. This is a great tool for operations where pilots need to share information, but have separate FltPlan.com accounts. Access is restricted to viewing the NavLog and Weather. Your account and flight plan data are protected from changes by other users.
    Flight plans can be viewed from the Multi-Printout page, on the left side of the Main Menu page.

    Both pilots must 'opt in' using their respective accounts in the Default Settings page (also on the left side of the Main Menu page).




  • 03/07/12  FltDeck Guide is Now Incorporated with the iPad App
    FltPlan.com has now integrated our popular FltDeck Guide with our iPad App.
    The FltDeck Guide is available for online or offline viewing. This is a full featured way of having all the airport information you need available at your fingertips. You can get everything from FBO information to airport diagrams. Other helpful features include a link to the airport's A/FD; runway information (including length, width, and lighting); approach information, with the various approaches listed; nearby airports, with direction and distance; and nearby alternate airports that link directly to that airport's information. Unlike the bulky guide books that come out once a year, the FltPlan.com FltDeck Guide is updated twice monthly, so you always have the most current information.



  • 02/29/12  Enroute Chart Improvement for U.S./Canadian Border Transitions
    FltPlan.com now lets the pilot select between Canadian (Nav Canada) or U.S. (FAA) High and Low Altitude airway charts for areas that overlap. The charts will default to Nav Canada airway charts for flights out of Canada and default to FAA charts for flight from the U.S. Either way, the pilot can easily select the charts of their choosing by using the Primary U.S. or Primary Canada drop down box.
    Please remember that when viewing flight areas in Canada, pilots should use the Nav Canada charts, since these will have the most comprehensive and up-to-date information. Conversely when viewing areas in the U.S., pilots should use the FAA charts.



  • 02/29/12  Share Your NavLogs and Weather with Fellow iPad Users
    FltPlan.com now lets others (who you have authorized) view your NavLog, Wind Matrix and Weather briefings even if you use different account usernames. This is a great tool for operations where pilots use iPads in the cockpit, but have separate FltPlan.com accounts. Both pilots must 'opt in' using their respective accounts in the Default Settings page (left side of Main Menu page). Once this is done, a pilot will be able to choose from the current and future flight plans of the other pilot for viewing on their iPad for both on-line and off-line viewing.


  • 02/16/12  FltPlan.com Works with Corporate Angel Network
    FltPlan.com has partnered with Corporate Angel Network (CAN) to make it simpler for pilots to notify them of available flights. FltPlan.com users who are also registered with CAN will easily be able to send flight information right from their account without having to call or send a separate e-mail. Look for the CAN link on the left side of the Main Menu page.


  • 02/02/12  The FltPlan.com Chart Store is now open
    At http://store.fltplan.com you can purchase current charts, as well as a recurring subscription to these products.
    Our charts are government issued and up to date. And the best part? They're always 20% off list price.
    To learn more about the Chart Store and our products, please visit http://store.fltplan.com.






  • 02/02/12  More DCM (Dot Com) Call Sign enhancements
    FltPlan.com now offers 3 distinct levels of privacy for our Call Sign users.
    1. Totally unblocked: Trackable on any flight tracking website by entering the DCM call sign
    2. Blocked at industry level: Trackable only from within your FltPlan.com Premium Flight Tracking account
    3. Totally blocked at the FAA level: Not trackable by anyone including you



  • 01/27/12  Fuel/Tech stops made easy
    FltPlan.com is pleased to announce our new Fuel Stop program.
    - Our fuel stop program is integrated with your specific aircraft performance and uses either current winds aloft or historical winds for the day of your trip. Base your stop on planned flight time, rather than distance alone.
    - The background maps for our fuel stop program can be easily changed to Sectionals, High/Low altitude charts, terrain, or street maps.
    - You can select airport stops based on your criteria including distance, flight time, runway length, Instrument approach and fuel requirements.
    - You can toggle On/Off Weather and TFR information.
    - A direct link to full airport and FBO information is available from the interactive map.
    - There is a listing of Airports and FBOs below the map, including Instrument Approach Procedures, Weather and Fuel Prices.
    - You are able to choose your airport and then locate that specific airport on your route map.


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  • 01/27/12  FltPlan.com Mobile is Now Available for the Amazon Kindle Fire
    Now Kindle Fire users can enjoy the many great features available on FltPlan.com Mobile. With our App, you can access your FltPlan.com account, view/save weather briefings, track an aircraft, download and manage approach plates, download the Airport/Facility Directory, and (the most recent addition) download the Flt Deck Guide.



  • 01/27/12  DCM Call Sign service enhancements
    -Lost communications/inflight notification
    -DCM call sign now trackable
    -Receive planned ATC routes and proposed email notices
    -New default setting for DCM call sign users
    Click here for more info



  • 01/11/12  Our Newest Android App Feature: The Flt Deck Airport/FBO Information Guide
    Our Flt Deck Guide contains airport and FBO information for over 6,000 airports (US, Canada, Mexico and many more). It is designed to be downloaded once and is available entirely offline.
    Updated information will be available twice a month, on the 1st and on the 15th.



  • 01/11/12  Satcom Direct users can now get their pre-departure clearances (with Recall Numbers) emailed to them.
    Click here for more info



  • 01/11/12  iPad/iPhone App Improvement
    Our FltPlan.com App now lets you download your NavLog and Weather into separate pages. With this new feature you can easily select the individual flight that you are currently flying, without having to scroll through past flights. This new feature works both on the iPad and iPhone.


  • 01/08/12  PDC sent to your mobile device.
    Last month, FltPlan.com introduced access to PDC (pre-departure clearance) information on the Active Flight Plan List for Satcom Direct customers. This month, we have introduced the email/texting of your PDC to your mobile device. Along with the PDC, we have included your Satcom Direct Recall Number for easy access and downloading of your flight plan to your FMS. (the Recall number is also located on the top left side of the NavLog.)
    For more information on uploading your flight plan data and PDC through Satcom Direct, contact Satcom sales at 321-777-3000.



    2011

  • 12/20/11  FltPlan.com App comes to the iPhone.
    Now all the great features that have been available for iPad users are also available on your iPhone.
    With our new iPhone App, you can:
  • Download for offline/online viewing, Sectional, High & Low en route charts for the U.S. and Canada. These charts will show your current position if you have GPS.
  • Download for offline/online viewing your current Navigational Log, Winds Aloft Matrix, and Airport Diagram (no need to retype anything into the App).
  • Download while online, the most current FAA approved weather for later viewing while offline. This can include forecasts, notams, and pilot reports.
  • Download for offline viewing U.S. and Canadian Approach Charts.

    The iPhone App is a free download and is not a trial offer. You can download FltPlan.com's iPhone App from the iTunes store.



  • 12/20/11  Canadian High / Low Charts on iPad.
    In addition to having Canadian Enroute charts on the web, FltPlan.com now provides geo-referenced Enroute charts for your iPad for use in flight.
    To download the free App, please visit the AppStore on your device and search for FltPlan. The App is titled, "FltPlan - Flight Plans, Charts, Moving Maps".



  • 12/18/11  PDC available on Active Flight Plan List.
    You may already know that FltPlan.com, in conjunction with Satcom Direct, allows you to get your FltPlan.com NavLog information sent directly to the flight deck. Now, if you're a Satcom Direct customer, you can get your pre-departure clearance directly from your FltPlan.com Active Flight Plan List. For more information on uploading your flight plan data through Satcom Direct, contact Satcom sales at 321-777-3000.



  • 11/14/11  Weight and Balance Now Available for Piston Aircraft.
    FltPlan.com announces Weight and Balance program for piston aircraft.
    Click here for more info



  • 11/12/11  New Interactive Hotel Map.
    Need a hotel near your overnight layover? FltPlan.com's upgraded hotels mapping can help.
    Click here for more info



  • 11/09/11  iPhone upgrade.
    FltPlan.com has added Flight Tracking to its iPhone App.
    Click here for more info



  • 11/01/11  Get Notifications from FltPlan.com When Your Flight Plan is Filed
    Now you can get an email notice when your flight plan is filed.
    Click here for more info



  • 10/24/11  Canadian Enroute Charts on FltPlan.com
    FltPlan.com now provides Canadian High Altitude and Low Altitude enroute charts on our website
    Click here for more info



  • 10/20/11  Easy way to see where the forecasted freezing levels are for flights planned at or below 18,000 feet.
    Now with a glance, you can visualize what altitudes and areas have the potential for icing when visible moisture is present.
    Click here for more info



  • 10/10/11  IPad Enhancement: Airport Diagram Included with NavLog and Wx
    Using FltPlan.com's Default Setting feature, you have the option to include an airport diagram with your NavLog and Weather on our iPad App
    Click here for more info



  • 10/05/11  Easy way to see where the forecasted freezing levels are for flights planned at or below 18,000 feet.
    Now with a glance, you can visualize what altitudes and areas have the potential for icing when visible moisture is present.
    Click here for more info



  • 10/03/11  Sort the Active Flight Plan List by Aircraft Tail Number
    You can now display the Active Flight Plan List either by Date or by Tail Number on the Main Menu page.
    Click here for more info



  • 10/01/11  Canadian IFR Approach Plates on Android Mobile devices
    FltPlan.com's latest android device App includes IFR approach charts (CAP) for Canada for offline viewing.
    Click here for more info



  • 09/30/11  Canadian IFR Approach Plates on iPad
    FltPlan.com's latest iPad upgrade includes IFR approach charts (CAP) for Canada for offline viewing.
    Click here for more info



  • 09/13/11  Improvement to FltPlan.com's SMS Documents/Policy Section
    We have upgraded our document control page for our SMS (Safety Management System) users. FltPlan.com / FltSafety.com now lets you easily search in categories. Or just type in a topic and the program will find any applicable documents. As more SMS users move along in the SMS process, the number of documents increases and this new upgrade makes it easier to find what you're looking for.
    Click here for more info



  • 09/09/11  iPad Version 2.0 Released with Free downloadable Approach Charts
    FltPlan.com's latest iPad update has been released. Along with new navigation menus, this latest iPad update includes free downloadable U.S. approach plates (by specific airport, state, or region) for use off-line and in flight.
    These charts can be selected by name, saved in 'favorites' or retrieved from the 'Recently Viewed' section.
    FltPlan.com's iPad includes downloadable Sectionals, High & Low altitude charts, moving map display and GPS integration. In addition, the FltPlan.com App also lets you save your NavLog and FAA approved certified weather to your iPad for later viewing off-line and in flight.
    FltPlan.com's iPad App is not a trial offer or stripped down version, like so many other aviation Apps, which require a paid subscription after a period of time. FltPlan.com's App is free. Period!
    With a 4 Star rating for our current iPad version (ver.1.1.1), FltPlan.com's App is rapidly becoming the choice of professional pilots and weekend warriors alike.
    To download the app, please visit the AppStore on your device and search for FltPlan or click here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fltplan-flight-plans-charts/id442736594?mt=8
    The App is titled, "FltPlan - Flight Plans, Charts, Moving Maps".



  • 09/05/11  Canadian Approach Plates Now Available
    FltPlan.com is pleased to announce free Canadian Approach Plates, also known as CAP (Canada Air Pilot). On behalf of its users, FltPlan.com has entered into a licensing agreement with Nav Canada. These online charts include all instrument approaches, airport diagrams, SIDs, STARs, and special use approach plates for Canadian Airports. They work similarly to the already available U.S. approach plates. CAP is an extension of FltPlan.com's continuously expanding coverage of Canada, Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean. In May of this year, FltPlan.com expanded coverage to include the filing of IFR intra-Canada flight plans.



  • 09/01/11  Set Default Calendar Range
    One of FltPlan.com's latest enhancements now lets you save default information for the Calendar display; this is in addition to saving your personal preferences for the Weather page and iPad Route Wx. The Weather page will automatically default to any pre-selected preferences that you have entered from the Account Default link. These preferences include Location Weather, State Collective, Route Weather, Airport Radar Loop, NWS Weather, Enhanced Weather, and the various options for Notams (FDC, Center, or General). It also includes preferences for downloads on your iPad for weather. The Calendar option lets the system pre-select the desired weekly or monthly format. The Account Default link can be found on the bottom left side of Main Menu page, and also on the Weather page.



  • 08/16/11  Airport/Facility Directory now available on the FltPlan.com Android App
    Our widely used Android App with over 35,000 downloads, has a new feature: It now has the ability to download the FAA's digital A/FD. The pages are in PDF format that ensure a good reading quality when zooming in.

    The Android App now includes weather, approach charts, flight tracking, and now the FAA's Airport/Facility Directory.

    You can refer to our Information & Help Guide for step-by-step instructions:
    http://imageserver.fltplan.com/android/index.htm

    The Airport/Facility Directory is updated every 56 days and you will be notified when the update is available.

    A/FD shown on Android device

    Download FltPlan.com Mobile from the Android Market




  • 08/16/11  Detailed instructions for our iPad App
    To make it a little easier to understand the many features of our free FltPlan.com iPad App, we have come up with the following link to help navigate your way around with the App: http://imageserver.fltplan.com/ipad/index.htm



  • 08/10/11  New Enhancement to iPad App - Winds Matrix
    FltPlan.com's free iPad App is rapidly becoming the 'must have' tool for pilots. Integrated with the full FltPlan.com website, another feature has been added to the App.
    You now have the option to include the expanded Winds Aloft Matrix with your NavLog for offline viewing while in flight.

    Similar to the FltPlan.com website's Winds Aloft Matrix, you can get up to 10 different altitudes of Winds Aloft data, ETE, and Fuel burn information. You can use the 'Set Weather Default' link from the Weather page (see previous FltBrief Newsletter at http://flttrack.fltplan.com/fltbrief/July2011/fltbriefvol2.htm#4) to include the Winds Aloft Matrix.


    Winds Aloft Matrix in offline mode





  • 07/24/11  Save your Weather Preference with new feature
    FltPlan.com now lets you save your personal preferences for the Weather page. The Weather page will now automatically default to any preselected preferences that you have entered from the Weather Default link. This includes Location Weather, State Collective, Route Weather, Airport Radar Loop, NWS Weather, Enhanced Weather, and the various options for Notams (FDC, Center, or General).
    The Default Weather link can be found on the Weather page.




  • 07/28/11  New Enhancement to FltPlan.com free iPad App
    FltPlan.com's new iPad App upgrade now lets you view and automatically save your NavLog and FAA Certified QICP Weather for off-line viewing. In the past, pilots have been emailing their FltPlan.com NavLog and Route weather to their iPad (or taking screen shots), but with our latest feature, it is all now seamlessly accomplished with the push of a button.
    The free FltPlan.com iPad app is a companion tool to the FltPlan.com website. With the ease of entry from a variety of sources including your iPad's Safari browser, cellphone, laptop, or desktop, you can easily transfer your flight plan routes, NavLogs, and Weather briefing to your iPad app for off-line viewing. In addition, with GPS on your iPad, you can watch your aircraft's progress along your route. Combined with your graphical flight plan routes overlaid on IFR enroute charts, your flight's NavLog, and your FAA certified weather briefing, all the information you need is now available off-line from FltPlan.com.

    To download the App, please visit the AppStore on your device and search for FltPlan or click here:
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fltplan-flight-plans-charts/id442736594?mt=8
    The App is titled, "FltPlan - Flight Plans, Charts, Moving Maps".



  • 07/10/11  Nav Canada ACC Phone Numbers Now Included on NavLogs
    Now when you create a Canadian flight plan, your NavLog will include the phone number for the correct ACC (Area Control Center). For the departure airport, this will appear on the top right-hand side of the NavLog, right after the FSS phone number, which we have always included. For the arrival airport, the numbers will be included at the bottom of the NavLog.







  • 06/27/11  Transfer Your Flight Plan Routes to Your iPad for Offline Viewing
    FltPlan.com is proud to present our new FREE route-mapping iPad application. This is a first in a series of Apps exclusively for the iPad. Be sure to keep an eye out for new FltPlan.com iPad Apps in the next few months.
    Please see our June 2011 FltBrief Newsletter for more info.



  • 06/27/11  New Feature: Quick Change for Flight Plans
    Now you can make minor changes to an existing flight plan using our new QC (Quick Change) button. For instance, if you need to change your departure time, you no longer need to modify your flight plan and save each page. You can simply use the Quick Change button. Use Quick Change to change your 'Souls On Board', your Estimated Departure Time, Depart Date, and more.
    Please see June 2011 FltBrief Newsletter for more info.



  • 06/24/11  Save Weather Briefings on Your Android for Offline Viewing
    With the latest release of FltPlan.com Mobile (version 2.0.0) for Android tablet and handheld devices, users can now save location and route weather briefings for offline viewing.
    See June 2011 FltBrief Newsletter for more info.



  • 06/14/11  New Entry Box for Call Signs
    We have streamlined the method by which you enter a Call Sign, LifeGuard or Charter flight designation. When creating/modifying a flight plan, there is now a box dedicated just for the entry of the call sign, which will override the tail number from your profile. In the past you had to put asterisks (*) around the Call Sign (e.g. *CSS123* or *LN2345A*) in the REMARKS section of the flight plan to override the base tail number of your aircraft. With the new method, you only need to enter the actual call sign in the Call Sign box without the asterisks before and after.
    Please see our June 2011 FltBrief Newsletter for more info.



  • 06/12/11  FBO Addresses on Passenger Briefings
    Your passengers can now get the address for your arrival or departure FBO from the Passenger Briefing (Pax Brief). This can be a great help in finding some of those hard to find locations on the airport. It is as simple as selecting your departure and arrival FBO, and FltPlan.com will take care of the rest.
    Please see our June 2011 FltBrief Newsletter for more info.



  • 05/25/11  Filing Intra-Canada Flight Plans
    FltPlan.com is pleased to announce that you can now file your IFR flight plans between Canadian airports using FltPlan.com. Seamlessly use FltPlan.com for filing from the U.S. to Canada, Canada to the U.S., and Canada to Canada destinations. You can also file from Canada to Mexico, Bermuda, the Caribbean and Central America. Plan on FltPlan.com, for North American flight planning!



  • 05/25/11  Android - Download all approach charts for a State or Region with the push of a button
    FltPlan.com has made another upgrade to our free feature-rich Android application. Please see our May FltBrief Newsletter for more info



  • 05/10/11  FBO addresses on Passenger Briefing
    Your passengers can now get the address for your arrival or departure FBO from the passenger Briefing. This can a great help for your passengers to find some of those hard to find locations on the airport.



  • 05/05/11  Free Sectionals and High/Low Altitude Charts on iPad and Android
    The Sectionals and High/Low (Jet/Victor) charts are now formatted so you can view them on your iPad or Android device.   You do not need to download an app to get these FREE charts! They are part of the FltPlan.com website and can be accessed from the Navigation Log, or from the Charts and Maps section (left side of Main Menu Page). These Charts can be used as the background for your route of flight, with Weather overlay, TFRs and special airspace.



  • 04/18/11  Free Online IFR Enroute High and Low Altitude Charts
    FltPlan.com now provides high quality images of actual U.S. IFR Enroute Charts for use in your flight planning. This is in addition to our already available Sectional Charts. You can use these Charts as the background for your route of flight, with Weather overlay, TFRs and special airspace. These online charts are the same charts that you would carry on your aircraft and show VOR Frequencies, inbound/outbound radials, distances, MEAs, Restricted Areas, MOAs and a wealth of other information.
    You can access these charts by going to any of the links for Airway charts.



  • 04/11/11  Average Trip Winds for Entry into Your FMS
    FltPlan.com now provides wind numbers for entry into your FMS (Flight Management System). This provides your flight's average trip winds. By using these numbers with an FMS (most FMS have this entry field), a pilot has another tool available to validate his trip planning numbers (ETE and Fuel Burn) listed on the NavLog versus what the aircraft FMS says. Look for FMS winds on the top part of the NavLog.



  • 03/30/11  Historical Flight Tracking
    Historical Flight Tracking

    FltPlan.com has upgraded its historical flight tracking to provide you a spectacular view of your past flights.

    1.) View your Altitude, Time, and Groundspeed throughout the length of your flight.
    2.) We have increased the size of the map.
    3.) Multiple routes of your flight activity on one map for different time periods: Yesterday, Last 24 or 48 hours.
    4.) Weather Radar is shown at the time of your landing.
    5.) Show your flight tracking routes on Street maps, Topography maps, Sectionals or Airway maps.
    6.) Display Special Use airspace.
    7.) Easily select past flights using our Custom date option.
    8.) You have the option to print the maps with your routes.

    To get to the Historical Flight Tracking section, click the Flight Tracking link on the left of the Main Menu Page.
    For the best in Flight Tracking information, you can count on FltPlan.com!

    Historical Tracking
    with weather overlay

    Click to View
      Historical Tracking
    with multiple routes

    Click to View



  • 03/16/11  FltPlan.com to Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean
    FltPlan.com continues to grow. We have expanded our flight planning coverage to include Central America and most of the Caribbean. You can now flight plan with ease to Central America including the countries of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. We have also increased our coverage so you can flight plan to most of the Caribbean including Aruba, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago.

    As always, if there is a check box for filing in your Active Flight Plan List, you can use FltPlan.com to file your flight plan.



  • 01/05/11  New Enhancement for DROID Users
    Our latest feature is an additional way to view our widely-popular Approach Charts on the DROID. You can now view individual approach plates for the airports of your choice. Our previously available Merged Charts combined all the approach plates for an airport in to one PDF file. This was great for being able to easily scroll through all available approaches for an airport from one document. With our new Single Charts feature you can select just one chart at a time for viewing. This makes it easier to be able to find a specific approach or chart for an airport that has numerous plates.




    2010

  • 12/15/10  Listing of all Waypoints
    FltPlan.com now provides a link for a listing of all the waypoints that are on your flight. On the Navlog, we have all VORs, NDBs, and any intersections that would denote a turn. With the 'All Waypoints Listing' link you can get a print out of all the waypoints, and their associated latitude and longitude. This list then becomes an easy way to compare your assigned route with what is in your FMS. The 'All Waypoint Listing' can be found on the bottom right side of the NavLog.


  • 12/06/10  Import your FltPlan.com flight plans into your Universal Avionics FMS.
    You now have the option to save your FltPlan.com flight plan route, and import to your Universal Avionics FMS. You can select software 801/901 or earlier or software 802/902 or later. This option can be found in the 'Change or Add Aircraft' section.


  • 12/01/2010  Enhanced Text Weather
    For those hard-to-figure weather abbreviations, we've added definitions in parentheses: We're also highlighting certain weather criteria, including ceiling less than 600 feet, the visibility less than 1 mile, or winds gusting over 30 kts. These will be highlighted in bold red text. Other conditions that may be highlighted include heavy rain, snow, freezing rain, lightning, and other extreme weather conditions:
    we'll also highlight such notams as closed airport, runway closures, no fuel, and OTS (out of service) approaches.
    You will find these features on any of our Weather display pages.


  • 11/10/10  Droid App. for Approach Plates
    FltPlan.com continues to add new features to our DROID application. You can now download and save all the approach plates for an airport with the selection of just a few buttons. You can store as many approach plates as you wish, with the charts being easily available for later viewing with/without internet access. The FltPlan.com DROID app also includes easy access to the FltPlan.com website, weather (including radar), and flight tracking.
    To download the FltPlan.com Droid Application go to the Android Market on your smart phone and search on "FLTPLAN". For full instructions, see our
    November FltBrief


  • 10/25/10  SMS for Turbojets and Aircraft over 12,500 lbs.
    FltPlan.com now offers an SMS (Safety Management System) program for operators of turbojets and aircraft over 12,500lbs.The low cost and easy-to-use SMS provides flight departments the tools needed to comply with the SMS requirements of FAA Advisory AC120-92a, ICAO, and IBAC's IS-BAO.
    Our SMS blends with your FltPlan.com account for easy entry and retrieval of weather briefings, navigational logs and FRATs for flights entered by your flight department. Additionally, all records and documents can be stored on our secure servers, accessible online by everyone on your team, or to show inspectors, from anywhere in the world. Click here for more info


  • 09/22/10  Droid App. for Flight Tracking
    You now have the ability to store up to eight different N numbers for Flight Tracking.
    To download the FltPlan.com Droid Application go to the Android Market on your smart phone and search on "FLTPLAN".


  • 09/08/10  Droid App. for Auto logIn and Weather
    FltPlan.com now has a Droid app that allows for quicker access to FltPlan.com Mobile without logging in.
    We have also added quick access to airport specific weather, along with 6 'slots' for saving you favorite weather locations. With these saved locations, you do not need to type them in each time, and they can be selected with the push of a button.
    To download the FltPlan.com Droid Application go to the Android Market on your smart phone and search on "FLTPLAN".


  • 09/08/10  Droid App.
    FltPlan.com now has a Droid app that will save your username and password, and allows for quicker access to FltPlan.com Mobile without logging in.
    We have also added qucik access to airport specific weather, along with 6 'slots' for saving you favorite weather locations. With these saved locations, you do not need to type them in each time, and can be selected with the push of a button.


  • 09/05/10  Improved visibility for Pilots names on Calendar.
    When displaying the Flight Schedule Calendar with the 'Display Pilot' option selected, the pilot's name will have a specially colored symbols (Φ Θ etc.) in front of their name for quickly assessing the flight schedule. The Flight Schedule Calendar is located on the Main Menu page below the Active Flight Plan List.


  • 09/04/10  Co-Pilot's name now listed in 'Filed Flight Plan History'.
    For flights after September 4th, the Co-pilot's name (if entered) will be included in the 'Filed Flight Plan History' section (located in the Flight Tracking page) The Filed Flight Plan History lets you view selected Years, Months, or specific number of flight. This data can be downloaded into an excel spreadsheet.


  • 09/03/10  SIFL Mileage listed in 'Filed Flight Plan History'.
    Mileage for use in calculating IRS SIFL (IRS Reg. 1.61-21 - Standard Industry Fare Level) Rates have been added to the Flight Plan Filed History display (accessed from the Flight Tracking section).
    The Filed Flight Plan History (along with the SIFL mileage) can be easily downloaded and saved into an excel spreadsheet for easy record keeping, and documentation.


  • 08/26/10  Add a SIC / Co-Pilot listing to your flight
    For those flying two-pilot aircraft, you now have the option of entering a SIC (Second-in-Command) name to your flight plan information. The SIC / Co-Pilot's name is not part of the FAA flight plan filing, however it can be used for listing on the various pages of FltPlan.com. You can view the SIC name on the Active Flight Plan List, the Calendar, the NavLog, and several other locations. Please see our FltBrief newsletter for more info


  • 08/06/10  Additional Planned ATC Routes
    When creating a flight plan, FltPlan.com now provide a new category labeled 'Other Recent Planned ATC Routes'. This section will give you up to 10 unique routes that have been given by ATC between these airports.
    The purpose of this is to provide valid:
        a.) alternate routing for weather, wind.
        b.) Victor Airway routes for aircraft flying the Victor airway structure.
             This is especially helpful for airport pairs that are far enough apart for Jets and Turboprops to fly in the flight levels, but short enough distance for piston aircraft to fly non-stop in the low altitude structure
    We also provide the ability to view these routes on a map with or without weather radar overlay.


  • 07/19/10  E-Mail Multi-Print pages
    You can now email the contents of the Multi-Printout page (which includes NavLogs, Weather, NWS 7 day Forecasts, Winds Matrix, Told Card and CDR data). Look for the email icon on the bottom of the right side of the page to send the information to up to 20 different stored email address. As a reminder, you can also email directly from the Weather pages, and Navigational Log.


  • 07/13/10  NRS (Navigational Reference System) Waypoints
    FltPlan.com now displays FAA NRS waypoints on our Enroute charts. You can use these RNAV waypoints when creating a flight plan. NRS is a system of waypoints used in point to point navigation based on latitude and longitude which are depicted on high altitude enroute charts.


  • 06/21/10  New Improved Sectional, Jet and Victor Airway Charts
    FltPlan.com now provides state of the art, easy to use interactive charts for planning your flights and/or displaying your route of flight with current weather radar overlay. In addition to the Jet and Victor Airway enroute charts, we also provide sectionals, relief, topographical, and imagery (satellite) maps.


  • 06/10/10  Easier Retrieval of your FltPlan.com Username and Password
    You can now retrieve your forgotten username and/or password information by going to the
    Click Here to Retrieve Username/Password link on the log In page.
    Your account information will automatically be emailed to you within 2 minutes.


  • 06/09/10  Mexican Airways
    FltPlan.com continues to expand our coverage in Mexico. FltPlan.com's database now includes most VORs, NDBs, Intersections and airways in Mexico


  • 05/30/10  eAPIS upgrade - Customs info on eAPIS Main Page.
    Now when you create your eAPIS manifest, you'll be given Customs information for your arrival airport. This section will include such information as the Customs' office phone number, fax number, business hours, and any other pertinent details of which we are aware. For more information on our CBP certified Part 91 and Part 135 eAPIS system, Click here. or call one of our eAPIS specialist at 731-855-8000.

  • 05/12/10  No Wind Displayed On NavLog.
    In order to facilitate a single page NavLog, FltPlan.com now gives you the option of printing a NavLog without the Winds Aloft box for the fixes along your route. This comes in handy when flying longer trips with many waypoints.
    Since many of our pilots are using the stand alone Winds Aloft Matrix on long legs (which provides up to 10 different altitudes of Winds, Temp, and Headwind/Tailwind, Flight Time, and Fuel burn information), there was no need to repeat this information on the NavLog. With the new No Wind display NavLog, most flights will be able to be printed on one page.
    Please note, that all NavLogs use winds aloft data. The No Wind NavLog uses all the same calculations as the Color, B&W, and Mini NavLog; it just doesn't display the numbers in the 4 altitude Winds Aloft box. Flight Times, ETEs, and Fuel Burn numbers will be the same whether you use a Color/B&W/Mini NavLog or the No Wind display NavLog.
    For more information on our Winds Aloft Information please see our October 2009 FltBrief Newsletter.


  • 05/11/10  Quick Info Link on Nearby Airports.
    You can now easily get from the Find Nearby Airports page to the Quick Info page. After you display the results of Nearby Airports, you can link directly to the Quick Info section with information pre-filled. This will include your home base as your departure airport and the airport you choose from the Find Nearby Airport section as the destination.
    Besides displaying airport and FBO information, the Nearby Airports section includes links to Weather, Approaches, Fuel Prices, and Hotel info.


  • 04/21/10  eAPIS upgrade - View data sent to CBP in eAPIS Manifests.
    FltPlan.com's eAPIS customers can now view their historical data for eAPIS manifests sent to CBP. Full data can be viewed for all manifests submitted through FltPlan.com. To view this data, go to the Submitted eAPIS History link on the bottom right side of the 'eAPIS Selection' page
    For more information on our CBP certified Part 91 and Part 135 eAPIS system, Click here. or call one of our eAPIS specialist at 731-855-8000.

  • 03/31/10  Calendar at a Glance.
    'Calendar at a Glance' is an additional interactive display option of a user's schedule. Each month's schedule can be displayed with the option to easily scroll from month to month with flights and events highlighted within the calendar box, and the selected weekly scheduled displayed in detail.
    'Calendar at a Glance' can be found on the Main Menu page, in the Flight Schedule Calendar section.


  • 03/31/10  Runway Analysis.
    FltPlan.com now offers Runway Analysis, integrated with your flight plans.
    Click here for more info


  • 03/17/10  Quickly reorganize your aircraft order.
    You can now easily change the order of your listed aircraft, by going to the Change or Add Aircraft section (left side of Main Menu page). The order of the aircraft entered on this page determines the order on various other pages on FltPlan.com. This includes the Flight Plan entry pages, Flight Tracking, and Quick Info pages. Just enter the order desired for up to 10 aircraft (up to 20 aircraft with FltPlan.com's premium service), and we'll take care of the rest.


  • 02/28/10-03/07/10  FltPlan.com moves to our new Data Center.
    FltPlan.com continues to invest in the equipment needed to provide you the best and most reliable flight planning capabilities available.
    FltPlan.com has moved to it's new state-of-the-art data center, with new facilities, new increased backup electrical generator power (for a minimum of 3 days), new increased capacity dual networks and high speed computers. FltPlan.com also continues to have additional levels of redundancy with www.FltPlan2.com and www.FltPlan3.com to ensure that FltPlan.com will be there for all your flight planning needs.


  • 03/01/10  FltPlan.com is now full time FAA CDM Participant.
    CDM (Collaborative Decision Making) is a philosophy where the FAA and the aviation industry work together for the purpose of improving air traffic management.
    In conjunction with the FAA, FltPlan.com now submits your flight plan data to the FAA's Traffic Flow Management system up to 22 hours in advance of your scheduled flight plan's departure time (if the flight plan was selected for filing on the Active Flight Plan List).
    During the past year, FltPlan.com has worked on this project with the FAA for the sending of advanced data to the FAA on the thousands of flight plans created daily on FltPlan.com.
    For more information, please see our recent FltBrief Newsletter: CDM participation in the FAA's Traffic Flow Management System.


  • 02/10/10  Export Your Filed Flight Plans to an Excel Spreadsheet.
    You can now export your filed flight plan HISTORY from FltPlan.com to an Excel Spreadsheet - going back as far as the past 5 years! You can also easily select a time period for the flight plans you would like export. (For instance, choose one month, the past few months, the past year, or a specific year.) Just select your N number and desired time period from the drop-down menus.
    To get started, click on the Flight Tracking link (left side of Main Menu Page)


  • 02/01/10  eAPIS upgrade - Multiple Addresses while in the U.S.
    FltPlan.com's CBP certified Part 91 & 135 eAPIS submissions system now allows you to stored multiple addresses while in the U.S. for both pilots and passengers. For more information on FltPlan.com's fast and easy certified eAPIS system, call one of our eAPIS specialist at 731-855-8000.

  • 01/19/10  Haiti Relief Bulletin Board for Flight Operations.
    In response to the need for information on flying in and around the Haiti area for relief flights, FltPlan.com has instituted a pilot community Bulletin Board specifically for the sharing of information.

    In addition, the following airports in Haiti are in now in our database for flight planning:
    MTPP (Port-au-Prince), MTCH (Cap-Haitien), MTCA (Cayes),MTJA (Jacmel), MTJE (Jeremie).
    Flight plans can be filed to all of these airports using FltPlan.com. See Haiti bulletin board for important info
    Also, Emergency eAPIS activation available. Call 731-855-8000.

  • 01/01/2010  EU-Emission Trading Scheme Tonne-Kilometre Data Calculator.
    FltPlan.com's Quick Info section now offers a free Tonne-Kilometer Data Calculator for benchmarking for the new EU (European Union) Emissions Trading Scheme.
    As of January 1st, this is required for any aircraft weighting 12,566lb. or more flying to/from/within the European Union.
    For more information, just go to the Quick Info section, enter the departure and arrival airports, and scroll down to the EU-ETS section.   Frequently asked Questions on EU-ETS for General Aviation.

    2009
  • 12/15/09  Part 135 Customs eAPIS Submissions.
    FltPlan.com , already certified by Customs for Part 91 eAPIS submissions, can now provide this same great, fast & easy to use service to Part 135 Operators. Call 1-731-855-8000 for more information.

  • 12/14/09  Passenger Briefing upgrade.
    You can now save and retrieve up to 600 characters of information in the Special Notes section of the Passenger Briefing page


  • 11/16/09  FltPlan.com authorized by CBP for Part 135 APIS submissions.
    FltPlan.com is now authorized by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency for the submission of electronic Advance Passenger Information (eAPIS) for Part 135 and Part 121 flights. FltPlan.com is already the largest authorized provider of Part 91 eAPIS manifest submissions to CBP, and we will begin submitting Part 135 manifests starting Dec. 15.

  • 11/02/09  Filing Formation Flight Plans using FltPlan.com.
    You can now use FltPlan.com for filing flight plans with aircraft flying in formation.
    Please contact Support@FltPlan.com for more information on using this feature.


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  • 10/06/09  Easily Delete Old Flight Plans based on 5, 30, 60 or 90 days
    Many flight operation's OPSEC require the keeping of past flight plans for 30 days before deleting. (some up to 90 days)  We have now added an option to easily delete flight plans based on a date criteria versus individually selecting each flight plan.   Just select the option you want, and FltPlan.com takes care of the rest.   Please note, you can still select any combination of flight plans for deletion.
    Flight Plans can be deleted from the Delete Flt Plan link on the left side of the Main Menu Page


  • 09/20/09  eAPIS upgrade - Passenger Info Worksheet.
    FltPlan.com now provides a interactive PDF worksheet to provide to your passengers to collect their necessary information. In addition to printing out and having them writing the info on the form, you can also send the form as a attachment, have them complete the data on the PDF form, save it, and them email it back to you.
    You can find this form on the eAPIS Main Page.

  • 09/01/09  Create and file Domestic VFR flight plans using FltPlan.com.
    For the past 10 years, you have been able to file IFR flight plans on our site. Now you can also have the reliabilty and ease of using FltPlan.com for filing VFR flight plans within the U.S.   For pilots that have been processed already for filing flight plans, just go to the Change User or PIC Info section (left side of Main Menu Page) and enter the necessary data in the 'Filing VFR Flight Plan on FltPlan.com' section
    If you have not been processed for filing on FltPlan.com, please see
    How to File using FltPlan.com

  • 08/10/09  Upload FltPlan.com Route Data to Your Garmin System.
    You can now upload FltPlan.com flight plan data to your Garmin 1000 system or Garmin 430W/530W system (min sw ver 3.20).
    By selecting the Garmin checkbox on the Change or Add Aircraft page (left side of Main Menu Page), you will get a link on the bottom of the NavLog that you can use to export your flight plan from FltPlan.com in a format which can be uploaded to your Garmin system.
    See your unit's manual or upgrade documentation for how to perform flight plan uploads or contact Garmin or your Avionics Dealer directly for more information.
    There is also limited instructions on the Change or Add Aircraft page (by selecting the Garmin Help link).


  • 07/29/09  Full Flight Planning to and from the Virgin Islands.
    You can now create and file flight plans to the Virgin Islands using FltPlan.com


  • 07/18/09  Use of Lat/Lon in route of flight.
    You can now create a flight plan using a point defined by a latitude and Longitude (lat/Lon) as part of your route.
    The correct format is ####N/#####W, where ####N is the latitude (in Degrees Minutes ddmmN) and #####W is the Longitude (in Degrees Minutes dddmmN or 0ddmmN).
    Example: 4116N/07334W or 3559N/11432W

  • 07/15/09  Full Flight Planning to and from Puerto Rico.
    You can now create and file flight plans to Puerto Rico using FltPlan.com


  • 07/10/09  Upload FltPlan.com NavLog Data to Your FMS using Satcom Direct.
    You can now upload your FltPlan.com flight plan data to your Honeywell AFIS, Rockwell Collins RIU-4000, Teledyne Controls Telelink, and Universal Avionics Unilink systems, using SatCom Direct datalink.
    Please contact Satcom Direct at 1-321-777-3000 for more information.


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  • 07/01/09  Full Flight Planning to and from Hawaii.
    You can now create and file flight plans to the islands of Hawaii using FltPlan.com


  • 06/26/09  Export your FltPlan.com Calendar into Microsoft Outlook and Google Calender.
    The FltPlan calendar can now be downloaded to be imported to most popular programs such as Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar. There are two formats that can be downloaded. The .ics format is used for Google Calendars, most web based calendars, and also works with Microsoft Outlook. The .vcs format is used for Microsoft Outlook, Palm Desktop, and other Calendar programs. The links to download the files is located when displaying the Calendar next to the Email button.
    The "Calendar Sync" link provides the .ics download, and the ".VCS Format" contains the .vcs download.

    The Calendar Sync can also be used with Smartphones and PDA devices. The Calendar can be synced to mobile devices by using Google Calendars, which provides support for Syncing to BlackBerrys, iPhones, and Windows Mobile Devices. The .vcs format can be directly imported into Palm Desktop and synced directly with a Palm device.

  • 06/25/09  View A/FD (Airport/Facility Directory) on FltPlan.com Mobile versions.
    You can now easily view A/FD (Airport/Facility Directory) info on your iPhone, Blackberry Storm, and Windows Mobile Device using FltPlan.com's Mobile version.section.   Please see FltPlan.com Mobile for more info on SmartPhone versions.

  • 06/23/09  Approach Charts now available on FltPlan.com Mobile versions.
    You can now easily view Approach charts (plus SIDs & STARs), on your SmartPhone using FltPlan.com mobile versions.
    To view the charts, you can either use the fast loading 'gif' format, or in PDF format (iPhone, Blackberry Storm, and Windows Mobile Devices).
    Please see FltPlan.com Mobile for more info on SmartPhone versions.

  • 06/21/09  New King School video on creating and filing flight plans on FltPlan.com.
    Click here to learn more about creating a flight plan using FltPlan.com from John & Martha King, the masters of aviation learning.

  • 06/13/09  Baro-Aiding added to GPS RAIM Prediction.
    If you get a Caution or Warning GPS RAIM message on your NavLog, you can click on the image and get a full report,and also see if you have a legal GPS RAIM check with Baro-aiding, you will get the following message:

    If you have BARO AIDING, your flight is NOT affected.

    FltPlan.com automatically provides a GPS RAIM PREDICTION report for your flights on aircraft with GPS equipment.You will find a simple message on the bottom left side of the NavLog:
    Starting July 1st 2009, GPS RAIM availability must be confirmed for the intended route of flight, that relies on GPS for navigation (route and time), using current GPS satellite information .
    click here for more info.

  • 06/08/09  Full Flight Planning to and from Bermuda.
    You can now create and file flight plans to the island of Bermuda using FltPlan.com


  • 05/30/09  eAPIS upgrade - Generic International Manifest.
    FltPlan.com now provides a pre-filled & completed generic Crew and Passenger International Customs Manifest (including aircraft information) in PDF format. You can make a printout for the trip, or fax/email this page to your international destination's FBO or Customs office to smooth your passengers' arrival into a foreign country. This can also be used for the necessary departure manifest required from some foreign departure airports.
    Note: For U.S. Customs you would still use Customs Form 178 for arrivals into the U.S., also available pre-filled in from a link on FltPlan.com.

  • 05/24/09  eAPIS upgrade - CBP Confirmation Number printed on NavLog.
    You can now quickly verify your CBP eAPIS confirmation number from the Notes section of the NavLog.

  • 05/11/09  FltPlan.com now on Twitter.
    FltPlan.com now has it own Twitter page at www.Twitter.com/FltPlan
    You will find a variety of information on our Twitter site, that is updated everyday.


  • 05/09/09  eAPIS upgrade - Warning/Confirmation Message on Active Flight Plan List.
    FltPlan.com now displays the status of your CBP Mandatory eAPIS manifest under any international flights in the Active Flight Plan List.
    We will display your confirmation number if a Manifest has been submitted on FltPlan.com, or we will give a message that we do not have a record of a Manifest being submitted.

  • 05/08/09  Include ICAO Data when copying 'Donor' Aircraft Performance from another user's aircraft in your account.
    You now have the option to include the donor's ICAO Format equipment data when copying aircraft performance.
    This is perfect for transferring a 'customized' aircraft to a new member of a flight department, or to transfer your customized performance and ICAO Format data to a buddy that flies the same make and model of aircraft.   If you have more than one of same make/model in your profile, you can also take your customized aircraft and duplicate this performance for your other aircraft in your profile without entering all the data again.
    This feature can be found by going to Customize A/C Performance located on the left side of the Main Menu Page.


  • 05/01/09  eAPIS upgrade - Sort Passenger and Crew information.
    You can now sort the Crew and Passenger lists in our CBP certified eAPIS section.


  • 04/25/09  eAPIS upgrade - Warning Colors for document expiration dates on Stored Pax/Crew Info Page.
    FltPlan.com now color codes upcoming expiration dates on the Crew and Passenger Lists.
    Easily see whose documents need to be renewed at a single glance.


  • 04/25/09  eAPIS upgrade - Display Stored Passenger or Crew information on one page.
    You can now display a list of all of your stored Passenger or Crew information on one easy to view page.


  • 04/24/09  eAPIS upgrade - Retrieve confirmation info.
    You can now get submitted eAPIS history, and CBP (Customs and Border Protection) confirmation information from previous flights.

  • 04/21/09  Retrieve Filed Flight Plans from back as far as 2005.
    FltPlan.com now lets you retrieve the dates, times, and city pairs of your flights filed on FltPlan.com
    This is great for use when filling out your logbook, or for checking your past schedule.
    This feature can be found on our Flight Tracking page.


  • 04/01/09  eAPIS for CBP
    FltPlan.com is now certified by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency for the submission of electronic Advance Passenger Information (eAPIS).
    Submission of the an eAPIS will be required for all international flights departing or arriving the U.S., starting on May 18th, 2009. This includes flights to/from the Bahamas, Canada, and Mexico.
    FltPlan.com provides an easy to use interface for pilot/scheduler/dispatcher to electronically send their information to Customs and Border Patrol (CBP).   FltPlan.com's eAPIS system is a full feature program and is approved and certified by CBP and DHS.   Passenger, Aircraft, Aircraft Owner, and Crew information can be saved for future retrieval making it possible to create an eAPIS Manifest in less than one minute.   Easily display and print, in PDF format, your General Declaration and Customs Form 178 with your information already entered.
    Click here for more info. or Call 1-888-358-3375 or 731-855-8000 to enroll.

  • 02/09/09  GPS RAIM PREDICTION Reports.
    FltPlan.com now automatically provides a GPS RAIM PREDICTION report for your flights on aircraft with GPS equipment.You will find a simple message on the bottom left side of the NavLog:
        GOOD
        WARNING
        CAUTION
    On your NavLog, you can also click on the image and get a full report.
    Starting July 1st 2009, GPS RAIM availability must be confirmed for the intended route of flight, that relies on GPS for navigation (route and time), using current GPS satellite information .
    click here for more info.

  • 01/24/09  Spelling Helper on Passenger Briefing Entry Page.
    FltPlan.com has added a link to check on commonly missed spelled words on the Passenger Briefing Page.
    Look for the Spelling Help Link.


  • 01/03/09  Weather & Notam abbreviation Look-Up.
    You can now easily find out what an abbreviation is in a NOTAM, METAR, or TAF report by using the   LOOK-UP Abbreviations   button on the various weather pages. You no longer have to try to figure out what PAEW or RTR means in a report.
    In additions, we still have the link on the top right of the Weather pages, with all abbrviations listed.   Weather Page Abbreviations


    2008

  • 12/21/08  Free EDCT (Wheels Up) notification to your PDA or Cell Phone.
    FltPlan.com will now automatcially send EDCT (Expect Departure Clearance Time) information to your Mobile Device whenever a Flow control program is in effect for your flight
    To set up your account to receive EDCTs (and Planned ATC Routes), go to the
    ATC Routes/EDCT
    link on the left side of the Main Menu Page.
    Click here for more info.

  • 12/18/08  EDCT (Wheels Up) notification for your filed flight plans.
    FltPlan.com will now automatcially list any EDCT (Expect Departure Clearance Time) information that might affect your flight.
    The information (including any new departure clearance time) will be listed right below your flight plan on your Active Flight Plan list

    Click here for more info.


  • 12/05/08  Textual PIREPs with Weather Briefing.
    FltPlan.com will now automatcially provide current PIREPs with your textual weather briefing.
    In addition, we will provide the city name and state from where the PIREP was reported.


  • 12/04/08  FDC Notams.
    You now have the option of including applicable FDC Notams with your Weather Briefing, without selecting a different page.
    Look for the FDC Notams checkbox on the various weather pages


  • 11/26/08  Deleting Events from Calendar.
    FltPlan.com now makes it easier for Schedulers/Dispatchers to delete Events from the Calendar. The new button is located on the Main Menu Page, in the Calendar section. As with the deleting of flight plans, you have the option of deleting all old Events with the push of one button.


  • 11/12/08  Historical Flight Tracking Maps.
    FltPlan.com lets you view your actual route, overlayed on your choice of Imagery maps, Sectionals, Road Maps, or releif Maps. See what cities, airports, lakes etc, you flew over. We also let you see the last weather radar plot just before you landed. We also let you choose plotting flights from the previous one or two days all on one maps.


  • 11/06/08  Full Flight Planning Capability for Intra-Alaska flights.
    You can now create and file flight plans for trips between airports in Alaska.
    As a note, you must use ICAO Format if you wish to file the flight plan using FltPlan.com.


  • 10/26/08  Third Tier Emergency Backup site. www.FltPlan3.com
    Because of the necessity of full reliability for our users, FltPlan.com has instituted a third separate website for flight planning.
    We hope it's never needed, but if so, www.FltPlan3.com will be available.

  • 10/23/08  Photo Section.
    FltPlan.com now provides for users to share their photos with other users on the website. In addition, you can create your own gallery that you can provided to others by your own unique web address (no need for others to log on). You can email this link to your friends with either your photos, or photos from other users that you find interesting.
    Click on the PHOTOS link on the left side of the Main Menu Page to access FltPlan.com's photo section.


  • 10/17/08  Full Flight Planning Capability for Intra-Hawaii flights.
    You can now create and file flight plans for trips between airports in Hawaii.
    As a note, you must use ICAO Format if you wish to file the flight plan using FltPlan.com.


  • 10/15/08  Email Your Weather Briefing to your Mobile Device or Dispatcher.
    You can now email a copy of your FAA Approved Weather Briefing to your Mobile Device (PDA / Cell Phone) or send a copy to your Flight Scheduler or Dispatcher for record keeping. Please look for the link on the bottom of the various weather pages.


  • 10/04/08  Radar images now on your Cell Phone.
    Our easy access Cell Phone weather now includes Radar images for the selected airport. Point you cell phone (or PDA) to www.FltPlan.com/Cell.htm and get current weather, notams and radar information, all at your finger tips. No log-on is required for our cell phone version.


  • 09/08/08  New Updated FltPlan Mobile Device Website
    The PDA site has been updated to work better with most mobile devices. It will work with iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and Palm Treo Devices.
    Logon using www.FltPlan.com/PDA or www.FltPlan.com/PDA.htm.


  • 08/22/08  Expanded ICAO Format Flight Plan Listing
    In addition to the abbreviated listing of your ICAO Format flight plan on the top of the NavLog, you can now click on the ICAO FP Listing button located on the bottom of the Navigational Log, to see the full ICAO listing for your flight plan.
    We also show what the different letters mean that make up your Equipment list. No longer do you have to wonder what SDGHUWXYZ/S means. It will be listed right below your equipment list


  • 08/14/08  iPhone FltDeck Airport/FBO Info Guide
    The iPhone is now added to the list of Mobile Devices that can use FltPlan.com's FltDeck Airport/FBO Info Guide. You can now view Airport/FBO info on your iPhone without being connected to the internet.
    FltPlan.com's FltDeck Airport/FBO Info Guide includes:
  • Airport and City Names
  • Fuel Availability
  • Time Zone info
  • Customs info
  • Frequencies for Tower, Ground, Clearance Delivery
  • ATIS and AWOS frequencies
  • FBO Names, Phone numbers, and frequencies
  • longest runway length
  • All approach and lighting information for runways at an airport.
  • Airport and FBO location diagram (where available).
  • Quick links to other nearby airports with direction and distance.
  • Quick links to Nearby Alternate airports.
  • Plus more....
  • Please see Click Here for more info on FltPlan.com's Cockpit Airport Info Guide


  • 07/21/08  Expanded Pilot contact information
    Accounts that are used by flight departments will now be able to list contact information for each pilot.
    You can now add this pilot specific contact information in the Change User or PIC Info section.
    FltPlan.com will use this information for emergency contact info, and for when we need to contact a specific pilot in your profile about a problem with a flight plan. It can also be used by your Scheduler/Dispatcher or other pilots for quick reference. Standard accounts have up to 20 PIC positions.


  • 07/12/08  IMAGERY - Interactive mapping with your route and weather displayed on Satellite photos, Sectionals, Road Maps, or Relief Maps.
    We now have a feature labeled Imagery located on the NavLog. The Imagery button displays your route of flight and weather radar and displays them on spectacular satellite images, Sectionals, Relief Maps, or Road Maps. Imagery is the most advanced mapping feature on the web designed for professional pilots. Zoom into every details, switch back and forth between map types.
    Click here to see a route from KGON (Groton, CT) to KISP (Islip NY)
    Click here for a route from KCHS (Charleston, SC) to KEYW (Key West, FL)


  • 06/29/08  ICAO Format Flight Plans
    FltPlan.com now provides for flight plans to be filed using the ICAO format flight plan. ICAO Format flight plans are now required by the FAA for automatic assignment of RNAV Departures and Arrivals. RNAV equipped aircraft not using the ICAO Format can expect delays departing if either the departure or arrival airports have RNAV procedures.


  • 05/28/08  New Enhanced, Sectionals with Weather Overlay, TFRs, and Class B & C airspace.
    FltPlan.com has released its new Sectional viewer with weather overlay, current TFRs, and Class B & C airspace. FltPlan.com's new sectional charts let you easily maneuver around the screen, zoom in and out, see your planned route, weather radar, latest TFRs.
    You can view the charts from the NavLog   Click here to view new enhanced Sectional charts


  • 05/21/08  New Enhanced, Interactive Jet and Victor Airway Viewer with Weather Overlay
    FltPlan.com has released its new Jet and Victor Airway viewer with weather overlay. FltPlan.com's new enroute charts let you easily maneuver around the screen, zoom in and out, see your planned route, weather radar, Jet or Victor airways, SIDs and STARs and Class B & C airspace.
    You can view the charts from the Flight Plan Creation page, the NavLog, and from the Enroute Charts link on the left side of this page.
    click here to view new enhanced enroute charts


  • 05/17/08  Customs Data
    FltPlan.com now displays Customs information including phone numbers, fax number, and additional comments which might including restrictions and day/hour availability
    The new Customs information is listed on the Airport Info page (left side of Main Menu Page).


  • 05/05/08  Data entry for new Domestic ICAO flight plans
    You can now enter your ICAO flight plan information by going to the link on the left side of the Main Menu Page


  • 04/14/08  Cockpit Airport Info Guide
    FltPlan.com's Cockpit Airport Info Guide now works on Blackberry PDAs.Click here for more info.


  • 03/18/08  Route Radar
    You can now view a Route Radar map without first entering a flight plan. You can get Route Radar by entering your departure and arrival airports directly into the Route Radar section on the Weather page.
    In addition, you can enter a route (Direct, VORs, Intersections, and Airways) and also select Still or Loop


  • 03/16/08  Quick Route Weather
    You can now receive a route weather briefing without first entering a flight plan. You can get the briefing by entering your departure and arrival airports directly into the Quick Route Weather section on the Weather pages.


  • 03/10/08  Future Flight Time and Cycles Information (with Aircraft & PIC breakdown)
    You can now see cumulative future flight hours and cycles (TO & Landings) information from flights enter on FltPlan.com. The times and cycles are also broken down by Aircraft and Pilots, which can become a handy tool for Flight Departments with multiple aircraft & pilots.   This feature can be used to easily see future aircraft and pilot utilization, and can also can be used for scheduled maintenance planning purposes.
    You can find this feature on the Main Menu Page below the Flight Schedule Calendar section.


  • 03/04/08  One button to DELETE old flight plans
    You can now select either 'Delete ALL Old Flight Plans' or 'Delete Flight Plans greater than 5 days old'
    You will will no longer need to put checkmarks in the all the boxes to clear out old flight plans that are no longer needed.


  • 03/01/08  Clearance Delivery Phone Numbers on Navigation Log
    When there is no GSO or Clearance Delivery frequency, we now display the Clearance Delivery phone plus the correct 2 or 3 number state code for being connected to the appropriate Controller
    This number is displayed for the departure airport on the NavLog. ex: Clnc: 888-766-8267 (28)


  • 03/01/08  FSS Phone Numbers on Navigation Log
    We now display the FSS phone plus the correct 2 or 3 number state code for being connected to the appropriate FSS Briefer
    These numbers are displayed for both the departure and arrival airports. ex: FSS Arrival Airport: 800-992-7433 (1-64-1)


  • 02/26/08  FltDeck Airport/FBO Info Guide
    You can now view Airport/FBO info on your PDA without being connected to the internet.
    FltPlan.com's Cockpit Airport Info Guide includes:
  • Airport and City Names
  • Fuel Availability
  • Time Zone info
  • AOE info
  • Frequencies for Tower, Ground, Clearance Delivery
  • ATIS and AWOS frequencies
  • FBO Names, Phone numbers, and frequencies
  • longest runway length
  • All approach and lighting information for runways at an airport.
  • Airport and FBO location diagram (where available).
  • Quick links to other nearby airports with direction and distance.
  • Quick links to Nearby Alternate airports.
  • Plus more....
  • Please see Click Here for more info on FltPlan.com's Cockpit Airport Info Guide


  • 01/26/08  State Collective Metars and TAFs
    You can now easily display all Metars and TAFs for a particular state.
    You can choose just Metars, just TAFs, or both.   In addition to the weather, we will also provide airport name, city name, longest runway length, and best approach information.
    You can access this section by going to the Weather link on the left side of Main Menu page. It is then accessed from the State Collective section on the top of the Weather page.


  • 01/15/08  Fuel Burn on Flight Listing sheet
    We now list your fuel burn information on the Flight Listing page. along with other information on your future flights
    You can access this section by going to the Flt Listing link on the left side of Main Menu page.


  • 01/10/08  Trip Notes
    FltPlan.com now provides Pilots / Dispatchers / Scheduler the ability to include TRIP NOTES with a specific flight plan.
    By clicking the link add notes (located on the right side of the Active Flight Plan List), you can enter up to 100 characters of free text.
    The entered TRIP NOTES will appear on:
  • the Active Flight Plan List
  • the NavLog,
  • the Flight Listing,
  • the Calendar (including emailed calendars.)
  • The TRIP NOTES area is ideal for entering crew, passengers, hotel, catering, FBO information etc.
    You can enter these notes from the Main Menu Page, in the Active Flight Plan List, to the right side of the flight plan.


  • 01/06/08  International Weather
    FltPlan.com now provides easy links to international METARS and TAF by country or city name.
    We also now provide satellite images and significant weather analysis charts for international regions.
    You can access this new section by going to the WEATHER link on the left side of Main Menu page.



    2007

  • 12/14/07  Area Fuel Prices
    FltPlan.com now provides surrounding Area Fuel Prices . Select by zipcode, city name, or airport ID.
    Access this feature by using the Area Fuel Prices link on the left side of the Main Menu page.


  • 12/03/07  Low Altitude Enroute Weather
    You now have the option of including low altitude weather on the Route Weather page/printout.
    When you select this option, FltPlan.com will provide current airport weather and forecasts for reporting points along (and either side of) your route.


  • 11/12/07  Finding Airports in Canada for Pilots and Schedulers
    FltPlan.com now includes Canadian information for finding the nearest airports to your destination.
    You can now use Canadian city name or Canadian Zip Code plus 'filter' the airports out by Runway Length, Fuel Availability, and Instrument Approaches available.   You can find this capability by going to Nearby Airports located on the left side of the Main Menu Page (plus other locations throughout the website)


  • 10/12/07   Pilot Entered Fuel Prices.
    Pilots can now enter fuel prices for their local airport or airports they have recently visited.
    When an FBO has not recently entered their fuel prices, a registered user will be able to enter the prices.
    You can view/enter current fuel prices from the Airport Info pages


  • 09/12/07   Start time for Calendar Events
    You can now designate a start time for a Calendar Event.
    This will enable better sorting of the events for a particular day on the Active Flight Plan List and on the Calendar.


  • 09/09/07   'Bundled' Approach Plates
    You can now easily select approach plates for an airport either individually, bundled together, or just the ones you need.   FltPlan.com also provides two different formats.  You can get GIF formatted charts for fast loading/viewing/printing, or the more versatile PDF formatted charts for saving to disk and/or higher quality printouts. You can access this feature by going to Approach Plates  (located on the left side of the Main Menu Page)


  • 08/05/07  Filing a Delay over a VOR or waypoint
    Filing a 'Delay' over a VOR/waypoint is usually needed for test flights and miltary training flights. It is not needed nor should it be used for a normal flight plan from one airport to another.
    The correct format is PPP/D#+## , where PPP stands for place(VOR), and D#+## is the length of the delay in hours and minutes.
    i.e. AML/D1+15 would mean after reaching the Armel VOR you will hold for 1 hour and 15 minutes. GAG/D0+05 would mean after reaching the Gage VOR, you will hold for 5 minutes . PMM/D1+00 would mean after reaching the Pullman VOR, you will hold for 1 hour.
    Some sample routes would be:
    SBJ V3 CMK/D1+00 V3 HFD PVD
    SBJ CMK/D0+45 HFD PVD
    CMK/D2+05 HFD PVD

    Note: PPP must be a valid VOR or waypoint, /D#+## must be enter with hours(#) plus(+) minutes(##) between 1 minute and up to 9 hours and 59 minutes.


  • 07/24/07  Calendar Events can now be displayed in the Calendar format for up to 6 months

  • 07/01/07  Calendar Events can now be modifed directly from the Calendar

  • 06/01/07  Graphics Upgrade on our Flight Tracking Fleet Map
    The Fleet Map on FltPlan.com's Flight Tracking PLUS30 package, now has better graphics resolution. This is idea for Corporate Flight Departments and Charter Companies for keeping track of their aircraft.
    Click here for more info on our premium Flight Tracking services

  • 05/17/07  Aircraft ID's added to our Flight Tracking Fleet Map
    Our Flight Tracking PLUS30 Package, will now display the N#'s (or call signs) of your aircraft on your large Fleet Map Display. For those with multiple aircraft in the air at one time, you can now quickly get the 'big picture' on where your aircraft are. Click here for more info on our premium Flight Tracking services


  • 04/01/07  Free Flight Tracking
    FltPlan.com is pleased to make available our Basic Flight Tracking package for free.
    Scheduler, Dispatchers, Chief Pilots, Managers, Pilots can now view flights with the push of a button.
    Our new Free Flight Tracking is integrated with your flight plans and aircraft for ease of use.
    To use the Free Flight Tracking service, press the Flt Tracking link (left hand side of the Main Menu Page).
    For more info on Free Flight Tracking Click Here


  • 02/05/07  Print all of your flight information from one page.
    You can now easily print all of your FltPlan.com documents (NavLogs, FAA certified Weather, NWS 7 day forecasts, Winds Aloft Matrix, T.O.L.D. Cards, and CDR Routes) from one , simple to use, page.
    Click on Multi Printout (on the left hand side of the Main Menu Page) and you can select which flights, and which documents you would like to Display, and then use the Print feature on your browser to print the pages out.


  • 01/15/07  New Enhancements to FBO Fax Briefing
    Sending an FBO Fax Briefing is now even easier.   You can now send an FBO Fax Briefing directly from the Quick Info page.   This allows Schedulers/Dispatchers/Pilots to easily send FBO Fax Briefing without having to build a flight plan.   In addition, when using the Quick Info FBO Fax Briefing, you can now send a briefing to the departure FBO (in the past you could only send a briefing to the arrival FBO).   You can also send an FBO briefing to you arrival airport when coming from an international departure airport.
    Sample FBO Briefing        Information on FBO Brief
    Our FBO Fax Briefing is a free service.

  • 01/05/07  Planned ATC Route to your Cellphone / PDA
    Our Flight Tracking PLUS service now lets you receive your Planned ATC Route on your Cellphone or PDA via email/text messaging. We will also send any planned updates to your Route from ATC (i.e. for weather, VIP travel, space launches etc.). Don't be caught off guard before you call clearance, and know about re-routes so you can add additional fuel if needed. There is no additional charge for this service for our Flight Tracking PLUS customers. Please see instructions on the Email Notification entry page.
    If you would like to subscribe to our Flight Tracking service, pleas see Flight Tracking Info


    2006

  • 11/20/06  A/FD Airport Facility Directory
    FltPlan.com now provides a link to the latest Airport Facility Directory (A/FD) information for an airport on our Airport Info Page. The link can be found right below the Approach Charts & Current Weather sections.

  • 10/22/06   Planned ATC Route
    FltPlan.com now provides your Planned ATC IFR route.
    The Planned ATC Route will normally be available 15-30 minutes after a flight plan is filed, or up to 90 min. before your scheduled departure time. This will allow plenty of time to create an updated NavLog with the Planned ATC Route(if applicable), and will assist in getting the FMS and charts setup long before you get your actual ATC Clearance from Clearance Delivery, Ground Control, PDC, etc.
    We will show your Planned ATC Route:
  • Under the applicable flight plan in the Active Flight Plan List. Click on this for a printed copy.
  • On the Flight Plan Data Entry page
  • On the T.O.L.D. Card
  • From the ATC Route link on the left hand side of the Main Menu Page.
  • Click here for more info on
    Planned ATC Route

  • 10/11/06   Area Forecasts
    You can now view the latest Area Forecasts from the FltPlan.com Weather page.

  • 09/12/06  EDCT (Estimated Departure Clearance Time) Delays
    FltPlan.com now provides a link to check for EDCT delays, next to your filed flight plans.
  • If there are any delays, the FAA website will show a mesage with the new departure time.
  • If your departure/arrival airport is involved with a delay program, but your flight is not effected, it will say so.(i.e. This flight is not controlled at this time. Please check back prior to departure.).
  • If your departure/arrival airport is not involved in a delay program, it will say that your flight has not been found.
  • You should check this link about 45 minutes before departure (and after your flight plan has been filed) to see if there are any delays for your flight.

  • 07/25/06   Arrival Airport Diversion Listing
    You can now display a list of possible diversion airports near your arrival airport based on your own criteria from the Weather page or the Flight Plan Data Entry page. This page will display distance to these airports, current and forecast weather, local Radar loop, instrument approaches plus other information.

  • 07/22/06   Fleet Map for Flight Tracking Plus30 Customers.
    Our Flight Tracking PLUS30 customers can now display a map of their aircraft in their profile on a single map. The map display also includes weather radar overlay. You can Call us at 1-800-FLTPLAN (1-800-358-7526) for more info or for signing up for this premium service.

  • 07/07/06   Weather Warning Areas
    FltPlan.com now shows the latest Weather warning areas on the Still and Loop Radar images.

  • 07/01/06   Local Airport RADAR Loop
    You can now easily select from the FltPlan.com Weather page the latest airport Radar Loop by entering in the 3 or 4 letter airport ID.

  • 06/16/06   Sectionals with Route Overlay and TFRs
    FltPlan.com now provides current Sectional Charts with your route and any current TFRs.
    Even when flying IFR, its great to know the surrounding terrain and other landmarks (lakes, roads etc.) for your departure and arrival areas (you can make a PDF file or print it out to take with you).
    You can easily access this feature from the NavLog (Navigation Log) display pages.
    Sample Route from KHEF to KILG

  • 05/25/06   7 day Expanded NWS City Forecast for Passengers
    Pilots can now easily print out the expanded 7 day city forecast to give to their passengers (as a stand alone page or in addition to the standard Pax Brief).  Pilots can customize the heading of the page for their company and/or their passengers.   This feature can be accessed from the Weather page
    In addition, emailed passenger briefings will now have a link to the most current 7 day city forecast for the passengers' destination.
    You can also find links to the expanded city forecast from the pilot's weather pages.

  • 04/24/06  Passenger Brief 'Lite' for Schedulers and Dispatchers
    Schedulers / Dispatchers can now create, display, and e-mail a Passenger Briefing Sheet from the Quick Info page.   The purpose is to allow Schedulers/Dispatchers (and pilots) the ability to send a Pax Briefing without having to deal with entering an actual flight plan.   The results of the Quick Info page are combined with data from your 'Default' profile, and entered data, which can be e-mailed to the boss, passengers etc. in the form of a Passenger Briefing.

  • 04/12/06  Arrival Map Display for our FBO Flight Tracking customers.
    FBOs can now get a display map that shows arriving aircraft into their airport within a 500 mile radius. This is great for displaying in the FBO lobby, or for behind the desk, where one glance gives you a picture of what's coming in, and how far out they are.


  • 03/26/06  Flight Tracking Zoom feature.
    You can now get 5 different levels of zoom capabillity with our optional Flight Tracking service.
    This works great on those long transcontinental flights, where you can get the 'big' picture, or zoom down to a close up as the aircraft deviates around weather.


  • 03/21/06     Animated (loop) Radar Data with Route Overlay.
    You can now get our RADAR maps with the last 2 hrs. of weather movement and development.
    You can access these maps from the flight plan creation page and from the Weather button on the left hand side of this page.   You can also get the latest weather movement for your departure & arrival airports from the Weather page.  Click here for a sample route


  • 03/02/06     Radar Maps with Route Overlay.
    You can now display your flight plan routes over current radar information. You can access these maps from the Weather button on the left hand side of this page, and selecting RADAR under the Route Weather heading. You can also get local area radar info for your departure and arrival airport in this same section.

  • 02/14/06  Pax Brief Full Size Map of Route
    1.) You can now click on the Pax Briefing route map to get a full page size map of your route. You can then print this full size map to include with the Pax Briefing for your flight.
    2.) When you e-mail your Pax Brief to your passengers, they will be able to click on the map to get a full screen view of the route.


  • 02/08/06  Improved Map Server
    You can now get faster and higher quality maps for viewing your NavLog routes, for Quick Info, for Fuel Stop Info, and the Passenger Briefings.
    The new maps include Alaska, Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America, and Mexico.


  • 01/26/06  Upgrades to our 'Nearby Airports' feature.
    1.) You can now specify different criteria for your search of Nearby Airports.
         This includes: minimum Runway Length, Search Radius, IFR approach needed, and Fuel Availability.2.) You can also now select an airport as your primary starting search point.


  • 01/19/06  Copy Customized Aircraft Performance data from another user to an aircraft in your account.
    You can now transfer customized aircraft performance from one User's Account to another, with the push of a button.   This is perfect for transferring a 'customized' aircraft to a new member of a flight department, or to transfer your customized performance to a buddy that flies the same make and model of aircraft.   If you have more than one of same make/model in your profile, you can also take your customized aircraft and duplicate this performance for your other aircraft in your profile without entering all the data again.
    This feature can be found by going to Customize A/C Performance located on the left hand side of the Main Menu Page.
    As always, if you have questions on the use of this feature, please e-mail us at Support@FltPlan.com

  • 01/02/06  90 percent Probability HIstorical Winds and Flight Time Info.
    We are pleased to announce our newest feature on the Quick Info page for Pilots and Dispatchers.FltPlan.com's 90 percent probability winds are based on specific date Historical winds data. Combining this with your aircraft's performance, you can now get flight time and fuel burn information for any calendar date based on 'Worst case' winds, 'Best case' winds, Average winds and current wind. This will greatly aid in the planning of future flights whether you are flying next week coast to coast in your GIV, or planning this summers family vacation in a C172. You can access this feature from the Quick Info links on the Main Menu Page.


    2005

  • 12/01/05  FltPlan.com is an FAA approved source of Aviation Weather.
    FltPlan.com is certified by the FAA as a QICP (Qualified Internet Communications Provider) for weather and notams.   Part 135 and Part 121 operators may list FltPlan.com (FltPlan LLC) as an FAA approved QICP in their OpSpecs.

  • 11/04/05  Runway Weight Bearing Numbers
    FltPlan.com now provides an airport's runway weight bearing capability. This information can be found on the Airport Info pages.

  • 10/11/05  FBO Fuel Prices
    You can now get trhe latest fuel prices and availability at FBOs across the country.
    You can access this information by going to the Airport Info page.

  • 09/22/05  Aerial Airport Photos
    You can now send in an aerial photo of airports, and FltPlan.com will include them on our Airport Info pages

  • 09/06/05   Navaids and Airway Fixes
    FltPlan.com now lets you search for Navaids, Airway Intersections, and Airspace Fixes with an easy to use look-up feature by state, fix name or fix identifier. You can search the database by going to
    www.FltPlan.com/NavaidFixes.htm, or by using the various links on the Log-on page, the Main Menu Page, or on the Flight Plan Data Entry page.

  • 09/01/05   International Weather now available using your cell phone
    You can now get current weather (METARS) and forecasts (TAFs) for international airports by using your web-enabled cell phone at www.FltPlan.com/cell.htm. This is in addition to U.S. weather that was already available.

  • 08/08/05   FBO Brief status is now listed next to your flight plans on the Main Menu Page.

  • 07/11/05   Send an FBO Briefing by Fax
    FltPlan.com is pleased to announce a new exciting free feature for our users. Similiar to our Pax Briefing, you can now notify your arrival FBO with all the necessary information by fax. This convenient, and easy to use feature will create a fax message and we will send it out at the time of your request.
    FBO BRIEF is located on the left side of this page.  Sample FBO Briefing    More Info on FBO Briefing

  • 04/18/05   Local FSS phone numbers on NavLog and TOLD Card
    FltPlan.com now includes the LOCAL Flight Service Station (FSS) phone numbers, for both the departure and arrival airports, on our Navigation Log and T.O.L.D. card. This will eliminate the problem of making cell phone calls to 800-WX-BRIEF and getting the FSS 'associated' with where your cell phone is registered instead of where you actually are. The departure airport FSS number is located to the right of the flight plan box at the top of the page with the rest of the departure airport information. The arrival FSS number is located with the arrival FBO information towards the bottom of the NavLog.

  • 03/25/05   FltPlan.com T.O.L.D. Card
    Fltplan.com is pleased to announce our T.O.L.D. (Takeoff and Landing Data) card.   The new TOLD card is designed to give you an integrated source of Take-off & Landing data on one handy sheet of paper.   The TOLD card provides a standard format for writing Weight, Runway, Speed, & Power numbers and RVSM altimeter check. In addition, the TOLD card provides a standard layout for copying ATIS information, and ATC clearance, with a listing of DPs and Transitions.   Departure FBO info is also included.
    You can find the T.O.L.D. Card button on the left side of our Main Menu Page and on the bottom of the NavLog.(displayed from the Active Flight Plan List)   Click here for more Info on TOLD Card

  • 03/14/05   Pilot Control of Default Cruise Altitudes
    Pilots can now over-ride the default cruise altitudes that are used in the Quick Info section and when creating a new flight plan (for other than short flights). As always, you will still be able to change the default altitude when creating the flight plan. This way if you like to go high (or stay down low), you can select this as part of your profile. You can find this feature in the Customize A/C Performance section.
    This is an Advanced feature for those pilots that are very familiar with using FltPlan.com.
    If you are new to FltPlan.com, we recommend you use FltPlan.com for a while before you change this setting.


  • 03/05/05   Intermediate Fuel Stop Information
    FltPlan.com now provides the means to find a fuel stop along the way to your destination. Our fuel stop information is based on mileage, aircraft performance, current wind information, flight time, and Great Cirlce routing. The Fuel Stop feature also includes links to Airport Information, IFR Approach Plates, and Weather.
    You can find this feature on the Quick Info page.

  • 02/18/05  Trip Winds Aloft Matrix
    You can now display and print out a wind matrix for your intended route. The Winds Aloft Matrix covers a wider range of altitudes than what is displayed on the NavLog. This feature will be handy for pilots flying aircraft that have a wide range of altitude selection capabilities.
    You can find a button to display the Winds Aloft Matrix on the bottom left hand side of the NavLog (displayed from the Main Menu Page) or from the center of the Weather Page.
    Click here for a sample Wind Aloft Matrix.


    2004

  • 12/23/04  Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs).
    FltPlan.com now provides a link to the FAA's website for Federal Aviation Regulations. This website provides Current FARs, Historical FARs, and Future Effective FARs.
    You can find this link on the left hand side of the Main Menu Page. It is labeled FARs


  • 12/20/04  Multi-Leg Passenger Briefing.
    You can now create a single passenger briefing with up to 20 legs. You can use this as an itinerary to e-mail out to your passengers in advance of the trip, or use on the actual trip. Click here for Sample Pax Briefings.

  • 12/18/04  Current Flight Listing.
    You can now view all of the pertinent information in your current flight plans by going to Flt Listing on the left side of the Main Menu Page. This is a quick way to view the information in all your flight plans (fuel, SOBs, alternates, route of flight, etc.) without having to view each flight plan individually .

  • 10/28/04  Coded Departure Routes / SWAP Routes
    You can now view the FAA Coded Departure Routes (CDRs), also know as SWAP (Severe Weather Avoidance Plan) routes, for your planned flights, along with the mileage for the different CDRs. These routes (if available) can be found on the Flight Plan Data Entry page, and also on the left hand side of the Main Menu Page.
    See CDR Info for more information.

  • 10/15/04  STMP / Slot Reservation Notification
    FltPlan.com will now give you a message saying that a STMP is in effect for your flight plan, and a slot reservation may be required for your flight. This message will appear on the right hand side of the Main Menu Page, in the message section, of any affected flights.

  • 09/21/04  International Weather and Notams
    You can now access the lastest weather, including METARs and TAFs for most all international airports. You can also get the latest Notams including Class (D) and FDC notams. This is in addition to already available full airport information for international airports. You can access international weather by going to the Weather, Quick Info, or Airport Info sections.

  • 08/06/04  Stored Routes are now sorted by the Departure and Arrival Airport.
    The Stored Routes section nows sorts your diiferent stored routes between city pairs by the departure airport and arrival airport, for faster viewing.

  • 08/06/04  Calendar Events.
    The Calendar section now color codes Events by the aircraft tail number (if entered), for easier viewing.

  • 07/12/04  New Enhancement for the Passenger Briefing section.
    Each flight plan will now have an associated Passenger Briefing page. If you have 50 different flight plans, you can have 50 different stored Passenger Briefings. Information entered on a 'Pax Brief' sheet for a flight will now be saved and available for editing, or updating for that specific flight plan. There is also a 'Default' information page, for entering recurring information that is displayed each time you create a new Flight Passenger

  • 06/18/04  Flight History for Airports
    Now FBOs and Airports can view historical data for flights into their airport using www.FBOTracking.com
    www.FBOTracking.com is a service of FltPlan.com
    Call 1-800-FLTPLAN (800-358-7526) for more information.

  • 06/16/04  Flight Tracking for FBOs
    Now FBOs can easily track flights with their own easy to use web-site designed specifically for FBOs.
    www.FBOTracking.com is a low cost, internet based, full-featured service of FltPlan.com.
    Call 1-800-FLTPLAN (800-358-7526) for more information.

  • 04/03/04  An Additional Emergency Back-up Site - http://204.60.234.81/EBS
    Because of the requirement of our users to have access to our flight planning information at all times, we have created an addition back-up access for our users. This site is in addition to our regular back-up site www.FltPlan2.com. This new Emergency Back-up Site (EBS) was designed for use, when there is DNS (Domain Name Service) problems that can cause your computer not to be able to find a standard web address. The new web address is http://204.60.234.81/EBS. You should book mark this page, along with www.FltPlan2.com, for future use.

  • 03/07/04  International Airport Database
    You can now get information on airports around the world from our AIRPORT INFO Section. This data includes Runway Information, Type Approaches available, minimums, Communication info, Airport NavAids, Sid & Star data, Climb gradients (if available) plus more. We also provide distances from 6 US gateway airports for easy reference.
    You can also use our QUICK INFO section, to get distance and time calculations between any two airports.

  • 02/20/04  Cell Phone Weather
    If your cell phone is web enabled, you can now get the latest weather from the convienence of your cell phone.   The Cell Phone version of FltPlan.com is designed for very basic weather information, and does not require a username and password.   You can receive the latest Metars, Forecasts, Notams and nearby airport weather.
    For More information, go to www.FltPlan.com/CellPhone.htm.
    The web address for Cell Phone access is www.FltPlan.com/Cell.htm

  • 01/25/04  PDA WebPages
    FltPlan.com now has special webpages that are designed for PDA users. These pages are specifically designed for the smaller size of PDAs. The pages are also streamlined for faster downloading over a wireless conection. The PDA version is for experienced FltPlan.com users, since most of the instructions have been removed to minimize the size of the pages.
    For More information, go to www.FltPlan.com/PDAinfo.htm.
    The web address for PDA access is www.FltPlan.com/PDA.htm

  • 01/20/04  Weather Info on Quick Info and Airport Information
    There is now fast easy access to the weather for the airport listed on the Airport Information page and and to the departure and arrival airports on the Quick Info page.


    2003

  • 11/23/03  Flight Tracking Upgrade for Flt Tracker PLUS30 Users
    Flt Tracker Plus30 lets you create a Web Page URL address that allows non-pilot types to view the status of your Fleet. Give the URL to your boss, secretary, dispatcher/scheduler, significant other... They do not need to enter the FltPlan.com web site, nor do they need your User Name or Password!   Call 1-800-FLTPLAN (1-800-358-7526) for details

  • 11/20/03  Flight Tracking option for TEXT MESSAGING to cell phones and PDA's
    Flt Tracker Plus can now de-select the City and State from their TEXT MESSAGES.   With this feature, you can now keep the message short and just receive the Airport ID's and times, versus the longer message with the City and State included. See your e-mail notification set-up page for more information, or call 1-800-FLTPLAN (1-800-358-7526) for details

  • 11/15/03  Flight Tracking Upgrades
    Flt Tracker Plus users can now see their flight times, in both the Hour/minutes and Hour/tenths format in the 7 day Flight History section. No longer do you need to covert time zones, or subtract the hours and minutes.   These times are in addition to your departure and arrival times and airport IDs and City names.  Call 1-800-FLTPLAN (1-800-358-7526) for details

  • 09/27/03  Calendar Title
    You can now create your own Calendar Title to suit your individual requirements. (versus our generic title)

  • 09/08/03  ILS Frequencies and Inbound Courses Listed
    We now list the ILS/Localizer Frequencies and their inbound courses on the Airport Information page and the Weather page for the arrival airport

  • 06/01/03  ETE listed on Main Page
    The list of your fights on the Main Menu Page now include your ETE (Estimated Time Enroute) for each leg. The ETE is listed to the right of the Departure and Arrival Times for each leg. This should make it easier to quickly view the Flight Time for a planned flight.

  • 05/25/03  Average Trip Wind Component
    The NavLog now displays the entire flight's average headwind/tailwind component for the 4 different altitudes displayed in the winds section. This feature will give you the entire flight's average wind component (tailwind or headwind) including the winds in climb, cruise, and descent. The weighted calculations take into consideration leg length and is not just an average of the winds at each waypoint.

  • 04/05/03  Stored Routes
    You can now store up to 500 of your personal flight plan routes by selecting Stored Routes located on the left side of the MAIN MENU PAGE.
    These routes can then be easily selected when creating a New Flt Plan.

  • 03/30/03  6 Month Schedule
    You can now add events to your flight schedule up to 6 months in the future. These events will also show up on your Flight Calendar when 7 weeks is selected and also on the Web-Based Calendar.

  • 03/23/03  T.F.R.
    FltPlan.com now has a link to the official FAA site for the dissemination of T.F.R.'s ( Temporary Flight Restrictions ). This link can be found in the left hand column of the Main Menu page and also on the Weather page.

  • 03/11/03  Web Page for you Schedule.
    You can now create a web page for your schedule, using the data that you have entered on FltPlan.com. You can then give your own unique web address (listed on the Calendar) to your office, Dispatcher/Scheduler, fellow pilots, spouse etc The web address can be bookmarked, or made as a Home page, for easy retrieval.   The Calendar is updated whenever you hit the Create/Update a Web Page with your Schedule button.

  • 03/06/03  Quick Info.
    Quick Info gives you Distance and an accurate ETE between two city pairs, without going through the process of entering a new Flight Plan.   Also on the page is: Time Zones info, Sunrise/Sunset info, Approaches info, and fast access to Hotel & Airport information. .

  • 02/24/03  Nearby Hotel Information.
    FltPlan.com has integrated nearby Hotels with our airport database.   Convenient buttons located on various FltPlan.com pages will take you to listings of available hotels at your destination. From there it is easy to get hotel information and/or make room reservations.   You can give it a try, down at the bottom of The Main Menu Page or from the Airport Info page.

  • 02/01/03  Easy access to Approach Charts, SID's and Star's Charts.
    FltPlan.com has intergrated, into various pages, the selection of NOS Terminal Procedure Charts, including Instrument Approach Procedures, Departure Procedures (DP's/ SID's), Standard terminal Arrivals (STAR's) and Airport Diagrams. You can now easily view what approaches are available at your destination, right from our website, without hassle.


    2002

  • 12/16/02  Find Nearby Airports using a Zip Code or City Name.
    Pilots/Flight Departments can now find the nearest airport to the passengers' destination or pick-up point. All zip codes and over 70,000 Cities in the contiguous U.S. are in the database. This new feature will give you the nearest 20 airports to the Zip Code or City Name provided, sorted by distance. The list will provide the Airport and City name along with runway length and direction from the passengers' requested point. A Map is also provided so you can visually see the road structure going to the airports.
    Click on Nearby Airports from the Main Menu Page.

  • 11/30/02  NWS Forecast on Weather Page.
    You can now include the National Weather Service forecast with your weather briefing for an Airport

  • 11/29/02  Instructions for Faxing NavLogs, Weather etc.
    FltPlan.com has written a page with information on how to Fax your NavLogs, Passenger Briefings, Flight Calendars and Weather information. Click here for
    More info on Faxing FltPlan.com pages

  • 11/03/02  E-Mail your NavLog (Flight Plan) Page.
    When you are on the road without your printer, you can now easily e-mail your NavLog Page to the Hotel Front desk, or the FBO.   Flight Department Schedulers/Dispatchers can also e-mail flight plans/NavLogs to their pilots that are on the road.....and yes... It's FREE.. Select up to 20 e-mails at one time, and e-mail addresses are stored for use the next time. Look for the E-Mail this Page button on the bottom of the NavLog page.

  • 10/22/02  Add non-Flying Events to your Schedule.
    You can now add items to your schedule that are not necessarily a flight.
    Some possible uses are:
  • RON's where the aircraft/pilot is sitting for 2 days
  • Aircraft is unavailable for maintenance
  • A Pilot on vacation
  • Any special notes that you want shown for that day.
  • Just about anything that can fit in 40 characters
  • This is ideal for use with copies of your flight Calendar that gets printed out or e-mailed.   Just click on the ADD EVENT on the calendar selection area

  • 09/01/02  E-Mail your Passenger Briefing Page.
    You can now easily e-mail your Passenger Briefing page to your passengers giving them the info they need, before they even get to the airport. The passenger briefing has the planned departure time, telephone numbers, flight time, arrival time, the forecast weather, route map and more. You can include special information include catering information, limo info and so on. best of all.... It's FREE.. Select up to 20 e-mails at one time, and e-mail addresses are stored for use the next time. Look for the E-Mail this Page button on the bottom of the Passenger Briefing page.

  • 08/20/02   Faster / Easier entry of Multiple Legs on the Same Day
    We have now made it so a user, after making a flight plan, can select going back to the Main Menu, or Creating another flight plan.   If you select "SAVE and Return to Main Menu" , it does what it always has done.   If you select "SAVE and create NEXT FLIGHT Plan", it bring you to the screen for entering a new flight. It also 'holds' the Date, Departure airport (the arrival airport from the last flight entered), Aircraft, PIC, and selects a Departure Time (30 minutes after your scheduled arrival time). You can still modify these entries but they are pre-selected for you.

  • 08/16/02     E-mail your Flight Calendar Schedule
    You can now e-mail your flight schedule calendar directly from FltPlan.com to your spouse, friends, maintenance/line personnel etc.  Select up to 20 e-mails at one time, and e-mail addresses are stored for use the next time.  Look for the E-Mail this Page button on the bottom of the calendar.

  • 08/07/02     E-mail Notification (Alert messages)
    Flight Tracking PLUS Customers can now set up their account to automatically notify their Dispatcher/Scheduler, Chief Pilot, Maint./Line Personnel, Spouse etc. by e-mail whenever they propose a flight (flight plan accepted by ATC), Take-off, or Land. You can easily select a wide range of notification options. (i.e. send an e-mail for an aircraft enroute to a specific airport). Flight Tracking PLUS is reasonably priced at $14.95/mo and includes all the regular features of Flight Tracking.

  • 08/01/02     STORE or HOLD Flight Plans for future use.
    You can now pre-plan a flight plan for future use, without giving it a current date. This way, it will not show up in your list of current flight plans, but can be quickly retrieved when needed. You can select a flight plan for storage by selecting STORE / HOLD from the date selection drop down box.

  • 07/25/02  Flight History from ATC records
    FltPlan.com's Flight Tracking Customers can now see the history (ATC records of their aircraft's Departure and Arrival airports, and their associated T.O and Landing times) for their flights from the last 2 days. Flight Tracker PLUS Customer can look back up to 7 days.

  • 07/18/02  Calendar Display Enhancement.
  • You can now show the number of persons on board a flight.
  • Show the full city name and time zone of the Departure and Arrival Airport.
  • View the full details of the flight and proceed to the Modify section.


  • 07/12/02  Fleet Tracking for Flight Tracking Customers.
    FltPlan.com's Flight Tracking Customers (Basic and PLUS) can now, with the push a button, select all the aircraft in their profile for Tracking..

  • 07/05/02  FltPlan.com now has a full time "HOT" Backup site, www.FltPlan2.com.
    The back-up site is always running and does not need to be activated when the main site goes down. In the past when there was a problem with the Internet Network, it could take up to 1 hour for us to get the backup site operational.There is no longer any delay and the back-up site will be operational all the time. If for what ever reasons, a pilot is not able to access FltPlan.com, they should log-in using www.FltPlan2.com.By having the back-up site active at all times, there is no delay in a pilot being able to access his stored data, or to create new flight plans, retrieve weather and access most all services provided by FltPlan.com.
    Note: Please e-mail us, at both Support@FltPlan.com and our backup e-mail address FltPlan@aol.com if you believe our site is off the air.
    Note: While we hope you will not need it, write down or bookmark our back-up site www.FltPlan2.com for future use.

  • 05/22/02   Standard Calendar Format for Flight Schedule.
    You can now display your flight schedule in standard Calendar format. You can use this calendar for yourself for easy reference, or print out a copy for your schedulers/dispatchers, maintenance personnel or for your family. You can select from 1 to 7 weeks in the future.

  • 04/27/02  You can now select either Actual route or Direct route for the Passenger Briefing display map.

  • 04/08/02  VIP Tracking.
    You can now offer your charter customers or corporate passengers easy, simple to use access to Flight Tracking / Flight Schedule information. see VIP tracking for more information.

  • 04/07/02  Heavy aircraft and Boeing 757 users
    Heavy aircraft (GTOW greater than 255,000 lbs) and Boeing 757 users can now enter the correct prefix (H/ B/ L/ or F/ ) for their aircraft.


  • 02/28/02  Schedule Flights up to 40 days in advance.
    You can now create and store a flight plan up to 40 days in advance. Previously it was 7 days.

  • 02/23/02  Emergency Backup Website.
    Because of the increased number of users and the timeliness with which flight planning information is needed by our users, we have instituted an emergency backup site - www.FltPlan2.com.     If our primary system goes down, FltPlan2.com will be activated using a separate internet network and independent Web Servers. Please click on www.FltPlan2.com for more information.

  • 01/05/02  Passenger Flight Briefing paper.
    A Passenger Flight Briefing paper includes information that your passengers would like to know. It includes Flight and arrival times, crew / Aircraft / FBO information. Destination weather and Forecast, a route map and space for you to include other comments as needed. The Passenger Flight Briefing Page is integrated with your scheduled planned flight for ease of entering data. Click Sample Flight Briefing to see what one looks like.


    2001

  • 12/01/01  VFR Flight Planning.
    You can now plan VFR flights using FltPlan.com. VFR flight planning includes all the same professional features as our IFR flight planning system. Students Pilots, Private Pilots and Corporate/Business/Airline Pilots, that also fly VFR for personal use, can now use our Navigation Log when flying VFR.

  • 10/29/01  File using DUATS.
    You can now plan your IFR flight plans using FltPlan.com and have them accessible on DUATS within 23 hours of your planned departure time. This will enable pilots on the road, that do not have access to the internet, to use DynCorp's DUATS for retrieving their flight plans for modifying or canceling.
    Please see
    How to file using DUATS for more information.

  • 06/09/01  Multiple Performance Profiles for same N#(Reg. Number or Call Sign)
    Note: This is an option for pilots that are very familiar with using FltPlan.com's CUSTOM AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE and FUEL BURN CALCULATIONS. We don't recommend using Performance Profiles for newer users to FltPlan.com
    You can now have different performance profiles for the same N#(Call Sign). This is useful for pilots that would like the flexibility of having different stored profiles for various types of flight missions. You can create a HIGH SPEED PROFILE or a HEAVY WEIGHT PROFILE or an ECON PROFILE or any type profile you would like to enter. This is most beneficial for larger aircraft that can have a wider range of weight possibilities and speed options. By having different Performance Profiles available, you can easily select the profile desired, and obtain more accurate ETE's and Fuel Burn info. To enter different profiles for an aircraft, go to the Change or Add Aircraft section ( from the Main Menu Page) and enter in the A/C N# box the registration number with a '-'(dash) and a letter or number after it. Some examples are:
    N1234A-H
    N1234A-F
    N1234A-E
    N1234A-3
    In the above examples, N1234A is the aircraft's registration number. The -H or the -F or the -E can be any single letter you would like to use. In this case the -H might refer to a Heavy Weight profile. The -F might refer to a Fast or High Speed profile. -E for ECON speed. or you can just use a number(i.e. N1234A-3) to identify the different profiles
    The -H or -F or whatever you used, will be stripped out for display on the NavLog and when filing your flight plan through FltPlan.com.
    You can find instructions on entering multiple profiles by selecting HELP on the Change or Add Aircraft page. As always, you can also e-mail us with any questions you might have.

  • 04/29/01  Fuel Burn Calculations by the Hourly Method
    In addition to our Advanced Fuel Burn Calculations, we now have the capability for pilots to use the Hourly Fuel Burn Method. This is the way a lot of you have been doing fuel burn calculations. For example, this is the method where you might say the first hour you burn 1900 lbs, the second hour 1700 lbs, third hour 1600 lbs etc. etc.
    You can enter these values by going to Custom Aircraft, select your aircraft to customize, and then fill in the necessary information. The two methods are totally independent of each other and can both be activated, both off or one method on and one method off. They can also be used as a cross check if desired. The Fuel Burn number will be displayed on the NavLog near the arrival airport information.
    In keeping with our policy of giving terrible instructions(mostly because none of you read them anyway), please feel free to e-mail us if you have any questions or problems.

  • 04/28/01  Number of Stored Flt Plans Listed
    You can now find the number of flight plans you have stored on the right hand side of the Main Menu Page in the Messsage box. The Maximum number of flight plans that you can store is 50.

  • 04/22/01  Free Pilot Services Listing
    Pilots looking for contract work to full-time employment can now list their availability in this section. Other aviation job related comments should be listed in this section. You can reach this section from either the Bulletin Board section or from selecting Pilot Services Listing on the bottom of the Main Menu Page.

  • 04/04/01  Flight Tracking
    Intergrated flight tracking, with weather overlay, is now available. Click Flight tacking Info for more information.

  • 03/18/01  Graphical WInds Aloft Charts
    Winds Aloft Charts from NOAA are now available on the FltPlan.com Weather page. You can select time periods from present to 48hrs in the future. Atitudes from surface to 53,000 feet.

  • 03/06/01  Fuel Burn Calculations now available.
    Click Fuel Burn Info for more information.

  • 02/10/01   Location of Alternate on Route Map
    The location of your selected alternate is now shown on the Route Map (a.k.a. the 'Push Pin' Map)  This Route Map from KIND to KTEB may take a minute to download.

  • 02/03/01  Easier selection of Preferred Routes
    We have changed the way you select a 'Preferred Route' (if available) from the Flight Plan Data Entry Page. It is now easier to see the Route notes and mileage and also easier to compare routes if more than one is available.

  • 01/29/01   Compact Size Airport Information
    FlPlan.com now has two different styles for presenting Airport Information.   In addition to the full size database (up to 5 pages long), we now have a condensed format. This information can usually fit on one page of paper and is ideal for printing out and bringing along on your flight.


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  • 12/14/00   Forecast Surface Conditions (Prog. Charts).
    Forcast Surface Condition Charts from the National Weather Service are now available on the FltPlan.com Weather page.

  • 11/26/00   N.T.S.B. Aviation Accident Database
    FltPlan.com now provides easy access to the NTSB Aviation Accident Database. You can selectively and easliy pick the search criteria for finding the information you need. You can choose date ranges, location, severity, Aircraft/Helicopter/Homebuilt, Aircraft Make and/or Model, registration number(if known), or a particular airline. You can find access to this information from the left side of the Main Menu Page.
    FltPlan.com has also recently added a link to the A.I.M. ( Aeronautical Information Manual)

  • 11/17/00   Departure Gates and Arrival Gates shown on Charts
    Available Departure Gates (SID's or DP's) and Arrival Gates (STAR's) can now be viewed on our High & Low Airway Charts. SID's are shown by BLUE CIRCLES and STAR's are shown by GREEN CIRCLES.     For ease of viewing, only the Last Fix for departure SID's and the First Fix for arrival STAR's are shown along with its name. At the bottom left side of the page, you can find the listing of the different SID's and STAR's and any restrictions. Remember it takes time for the charts to be created and downloaded. Do not click the "Press Here" button more than once. Be Patient.

  • 11/12/00   Local Arrival Time now listed on NavLog
    FltPlan.com now shows your planned Local arrival time for your flight. It can be found on the top line of the NavLog. This is in addittion your local departure time. You can still find your departure time listed in UTC (Zulu time) in the FAA flight plan box.

  • 11/03/00   Standard Performance numbers for Helicopters
    FltPlan.com now has performance numbers for 11 different models of helicopters ranging from the the Robinson R22 to the Sikorsky S76. You can select one of these helicopters by selecting from the Main Menu Page. As with the standard performance number for fixed winged aircraft, you can modify these number to match the way you fly your helicopter by using . If your helicopter is not one of the 11 helicopter listed, select the one that most closely matches your performance and then modify any numbers as needed.
    Note: Helicopter pilots that fly a regular VFR or IFR route please let us know what it is at
    E-Mail Support. We will enter them in as a Preferred Route so you don't have to type them in each time.

  • 10/28/00  Easier entry of Call Signs/Flight Numbers for Charter, Fractional, and Military Pilots.
    Charter, Fractional, and Military pilots that need to use a Call Sign/ Flight Number different from their Registration number (N#) can easily change their Call Sign by entering the Call Sign in the REMARKS section of their flight plan. Place an * (asterisk) in front of and in back of the Call Sign. The Call Sign can be up to a maximum of 7 characters.   This Call Sign will appear on the Main Menu Page and for pilots that use FltPlan.com for filing, this Call Sign will be the one that is filed with ATC.   For clarification for ATC you can enter other remarks after the 2nd Asterisk.   See examples below.
    Examples:
    Remarks
      
    Remarks
    If you need further information or have any questions specific to your operation please e-mail us.

  • 10/23/00  User defined waypoints using Place/Bearing/Distance.
    You can now use Place/Bearing/Distance for defining a waypoint.
    The correct format is PPP/BBB/DDD where PPP is a valid VOR, BBB is the radial and DDD is the distance.
    Examples: DRK/127/20   PXR/054/110   ELP/97/9. You must use the 2 / 's (slash symbols)

  • 10/18/00  Date and departure time listed on top of the NavLog.

  • 10/14/00  Direct routing from a SID to destination - SID to STAR and direct to a STAR.
    You can now use a direct routing from a SID(DP) to your destination or to a STAR and get accurate wind and ETE information along the route.
    We now also include psuedo waypoints (not part of your actual routing) on long direct legs for more accurate wind information and ETE's

  • 10/12/00  You can now select a Color, Black & White, or 'Mini' Navlog from the Data Entry Page.
    This is similiar to what has been on the Main Menu Page but now you can also make this choice on the NavLog that you get after entering your flight plan information.

  • 10/05/00  Sunrise and Sunset times listed on the Navlog and on the Airport Info Page.

  • 10/04/00  Capability to plan a 'Round Robin' flight departing & arriving at the same airport.

  • 10/01/00  Planned Departure / Arrival times listed next to Weather forecast.
    Next to the departure airport forecast, you can find your planned departure time in UTC(Zulu) time.
    Next to the arrival airport forecast, you can find your planned arrival time in UTC(Zulu) time.
    This makes it easier to find the valid forecast period that you need to use.

    A/C Profiles

    Recent Aircraft Performance Profiles added
  • 12/10/11  Cessna 150 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 12/10/11  Falcon 50 Mach.80 profile added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/06/11  Convair CV-580 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/01/11  Fouga CM170R added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 06/15/11  Piper Tri-Pacer added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/30/10  Falcon 2000EX with a M.77 profile (M.80 also available) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/30/10  Falcon 2000EX with a M.77 profile (M.80 also available) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/18/10  Embraer 120 Brasilia added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/15/10  Piper PA-46T-500 Meridian added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/29/10  Gulstream American Cougar (GA-7) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/22/10  SCHWEIZER SGM-2-37 (SG37) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/24/10  Beechcraft B35-B33(A33) Debonair added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 05/24/10  Raytheon T-6 Texan 2 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 05/22/10  Merlin IIIB added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 05/19/10  Piper Cheyenne IIXL added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 05/18/10  Cessna Citation CJ4 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 05/17/10  Columbia 350 & 400 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 04/24/10  American Legend AL-3C added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 03/22/10  Partenavia P68 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 03/17/10  Cessna Citation Bravo C560 (High Speed and Long Range Cruise profiles) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 02/01/10  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Cessna Citation 500 & 501.

  • 01/25/10  Pilatus PC12 NG added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 11/21/09  Embraer Phenom 300 High-Speed and Mach .74 Profiles added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 11/21/09  Westwind Astra LRC profile added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 11/16/09  Bombardier (de Havilland) Dash 8 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 11/14/09  Falcon 50EX Mach .80 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 11/08/09  Falcon 50EX Mach .75 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/17/09  Cessna Turbo 210L added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/10/09  Cessna Skymaster P337H (pressurized) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/02/09  Tecnam P2002 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/02/09  Tecnam P92 Eaglet added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/02/09  Tecnam P2002 Echo added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/06/09  Cessna T182T Turbo Skylane added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/06/09  BAe Jetstream 4100 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/05/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Piper Mirage PA46.

  • 06/07/09  Quest Aircraft Kodiak 100 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 05/10/09  Mitsubishi MU-2B-60 Marquise added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 05/10/09  Mitsubishi MU-2B-40 Solitaire added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 04/26/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the LJ31A Learjet Mach .76 Cruise.

  • 04/25/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the LJ60 Learjet Mach .76 Cruise.

  • 04/25/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the LJ35/36 Learjet Mach .76 Cruise.

  • 04/20/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Piper Cheyenne I.

  • 04/05/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Cessna 421C.

  • 04/01/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Piper PA-46-301P.

  • 04/01/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Piper PA-32R-301T.

  • 03/28/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Piper PA32-301 Sarasota PA-32-301.

  • 03/22/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Beech BE76 Duchess.

  • 03/20/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the C152 and C172Q Cutlass.

  • 03/10/09  Embraer Phenom added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 03/10/09  Sabreliner NA65 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 01/24/09  Cessna CJ2+ added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 01/05/09  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Beech Bonanza BE36TC, Beech Baron 55 (C, D, and E) and the Beech Duke 60.

  • 12/08/08  Cessna C414A added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 11/28/08  Cessna CJ1+ added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 11/02/08  Updated Performance data (including Fuel Burn info) for the Cessna 172, PA-28-161, PA-28-181, PA-32-300, PA-44-180, PA-31-350, Beech Bonanza A36, and the Beech Baron 58 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/17/08  Cessna 182Q Skylane added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/03/08  Hawker 800XP added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/03/08  Beechcraft King Air F90 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/02/08  Piaggio Avanti II added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 04/28/08  Eclipse EA-50 High Speed and Long Range Cruise profiles

  • 03/19/08  Falcon 2000EX added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 03/18/08  Beechcraft King Air C90GT added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 03/04/08  PA-32-260 Cherokee Six added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 02/10/08  Piper JetProp DLX -21 and -35 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 12/23/07  Cessna 177RG added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 11/23/07  Hawker 900XP added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/07/07  Beachcraft 1900D added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 09/17/07  Cessna Citation Mustang C510 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/27/07  Royal Turbine (a Beech Duke with P&W turbines) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/19/07  Raytheon Hawker 1000 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/15/07  Eclipse 500 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/10/07  Falcon 900EX added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/29/07  Piper Apache 160 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/05/07  Bellanca Viking 31A (non-turbo) and the Viking 31ATC (turbo) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 06/23/07  Piper PA-34-200 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 06/15/07  Shorts SD-330 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 04/15/07  SJ30 Sino Swearinger added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 03/14/07  TBM700, TBM700C and TMB850 are now in our Selectable Performance Database

  • 02/02/07  Raytheon Hawker 4000 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 02/01/07  Diamond DA42 twinStar added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 12/20/06  Raytheon Hawker 850XP added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/30/06  Raytheon Hawker 400XP added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/29/06  Gulfstream G150 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 10/28/06  Piper Turbo Twin Commanche added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 04/18/06  Cessna 172 XP (R172K) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 04/17/06   Diamond DA 40 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 04/10/06   Gulfstream G100 / Astra SPX added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 12/23/05   Cessna 441 WestStar added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 09/29/05   Embraer Legacy (EMB-135) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 08/09/05   Cessna CJ3 (C525B) added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/31/05   Mooney Ovation2 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/27/05   LEARJET 40 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 07/26/05   Tiger Aircraft AG-5B added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 06/18/05   LEARJET 60 added to Selectable Performance Database

  • 06/01/05   Mooney Ovation and Mooney TLS Bravo added to Selectable Performance Database