There are many ways for a pilot to flight plan a trip. Traditionally, it was done with a paper map, pencil, and a plotter. But now there are many new flight planning tools available on the Internet and as smartphone apps for iPhone and Android phones.
We first talk about which percentage of listeners use each tool, then describe the most popular tools, and finally describe how user use multiple tools. Some of the tools described include:
- Garmin Pilot
- AOPA Flight Planner
- NavPlan EFB
- FlyQ EFB AirNav Pro
To reduce iPad discharge in flight, Greg Brown recommended turning the brightness down and this USB charger.
Click here for the listener survey. Tell us what what ADS-B portable receiver you own or plan to buy, and what you like and dislike about it.
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