News and Information for FltPlan Users      •     January 29, 2015
FltBrief Newsletter

FltPlan Links with Angel Flight West

Angel Flight WestFltPlan has integrated with the Angel Flight Information Database System (AFIDS) enabling FltPlan users to combine their flights with an Angel Flight mission. Angel Flight West is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization that arranges free, non-emergency air travel for children and adults with serious medical conditions and other compelling needs.

Angel Flight West’s current network comprises more than 1,400 pilots throughout the 13 western states. These pilots donate their aircraft, time, skills, and all flying costs to help people in need. These donations allow patients to receive vital treatment that may otherwise be inaccessible because of financial, medical, or geographic limitations.

It’s simple: Anytime an AFID-registered FltPlan user creates a flight plan, it is automatically posted to AFID. This enables Angel Flight West to determine if that route matches any upcoming Angel Flight missions. To provide Angel Flight with your FltPlan username, send it to Angel Flight West by email at coordination@angelflightwest.org, or update pilot information in “account settings” in AFIDS. Angel Flight West will remove usernames from the system for those who do not want to participate.

For additional information about Angel Flight West visit their website at AngelFlightWest.org

Pilots’ Choice Awards Voting starts February 1, 2015

It’s time for the 2015 Pilots' Choice Awards. Voting starts February 1st and continues until March 31st. During the voting period, go to FltPlan.com to cast your ballot. You'll have a chance to vote for your favorite FBO, favorite tower location, and more. Winners will be announced online in April.

Click here to check out last year's Pilots' Choice winners.

Pilots' Choice Awards

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FltPlan Go App Includes New Measure Tool

FltPlan Go Ruler

Our free FltPlan Go apps for iPad and Android now include a ruler function. This feature can be used while on the ground for planning a trip, or it can be used in the air to find distances.

To use the measure tool, tap on the ruler icon from the top bar and a measuring tool box will appear. Tap on the screen at the two points you wish to measure the distance between. You will see an orange line with the distance measurement between the points. The distance will also be displayed in the measure tool box. You have the ability to select as many legs as you wish using the ruler function. The Reset button will reset your ruler measurements to zero.


Visit FltPlan at the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Show

FltPlan will be in San Jose, CA next week for the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers show. Stop by the San Jose McEnery Convention Center, Booth 1735, from February 3rd to 5th. We'll be there all day to greet you and answer your questions.

Follow FltPlan on Twitter

TwitterIf you haven’t been following FltPlan on Twitter, now is the time to start. With access to FltPlan’s tweets, you can be among the first to get news about our changes and enhancements. FltPlan’s Twitter feed is a great resource for helpful tips, useful information, and updates regarding new features on our website or apps. Click here to follow FltPlan on Twitter.

 
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