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Flight Planning

Aviation Fuel

GPS Distance

Flight Timer

Weight & ​​Balance

Flight Time

Flight Planning
You won't always have much time before a flight to plan as well as you’d like.
This application will calculate almost every thing you need to know to be properly prepared. It will tell you your estimated flight time and the quantity of fuel you’ll need for VFR, IFR and Night VFR flights, let you know if you exceed the aircraft limitations, allow you to plan up to 4 legs with one tank of fuel, and tell you if you’ll need to stop for fuel.

Start by adding the aircraft information found in the aircraft Manual (POH).
When you are done adding the aircraft information, you will be able to start planning your flight.
For every flight, you can plan 4 legs ahead, and each leg will have 3 views.
The first view will show your flight information (ground speed, distances, flight rule, etc.).

Tip:
Enter the wind at altitude and press "Calculate GS Leg", then re-enter the wind at altitude for your alternate and press "Calculate GS Alternate"
 You can change the unit of distance between SM and NM. The app will convert the distance  to match the unit of the ground speed. Ex: If you fly in knots and the distance is in SM, the distance will be converted on NM for the calculation of your flight time.
The second view will show your aircraft information (fuel on board, cargo weight, and passenger weight).
 
Tip: By tapping the label by the text field indicating the quantity of fuel, you can convert it to the unit you want. You can choose from pounds, US gallons, imperial gallons, liters, and kilograms.
 
At the botton of the view you have a recap of the gross weight. This will help make sure you don't exceed the plane’s limitation. Adjust the number until you are within the plane’s limits.

The last view will allow you to review your flight plan.
 
Tip: If you tap on some of the text fields, you will have a sub view with additional details. This sub view is available for Fuel Required, ZFW, Ramp Weight, Take Off Weight, and Landing Weight.
This view allows you to save or print the flight plan.

Aviation Fuel

It can be hard to keep track of  how much fuel you need in your plane. Your plane consumes fuel by the imp gallon, but it is sold by the liter, and you need the quantity of fuel in pounds for your flight planning. "Aviation Fuel" is here to help you.

This is the Home view, from here you can access to the main view, "Fuel Conversion". You also have access to two other view for calculate the fuel conversion.
Start by selecting the type of fuel at the top, then select your starting unit of measurement and your desired unit of measurement, and the app will convert it automatically.

GPS Distance

Need to know how far two GPS coordinates are? This application will calculate
the distance for you in any unit of measurement you want.
You can add basic coordinates from both locations or add decimal coordinates to have
your distance calculated. You also can convert from GPS coordinates to decimal
coordinates.
You can also save all your locations and you will just have to add one’s name to calculate
the distance.

 Enter your coordinates directly, select the unit of measurement you want, and press “calculate” to know the distance between both locations.
This view is the same as above, but only accepts coordinates in decimals.
Create a new location by adding the name and the coordinates (you have the option to enter your coordinates in decimal format).
When everything has been filled out, tap “save”.
After saving your locations in the data base, you just have to enter the names of the locations, select the unit of measurement, and press “calculate” to know the distance.
Bellow you can confirm the location coordinates if needed.
 In this view, you can convert your geographic coordinates (WGS 84) to decimal coordinates. 

Flight Time

Flight Time
 
With this app, you can calculate your estimated flight and air time in decimal and hour format.
 
Left image: Insert the required information in the boxes, press calculate, and check your flight and air time (right image).

Flight Timer

This application has been developed for use while you’re flying and provides two pieces of information.
1) Three timers give you your theoretical maximum flight time based on the amount of fuel in your tanks. When you press the "Engine Start" button, two timers start to count down based on the information you enter before your flight.
 
-The first timer gives you your theoretical total possible flight -time based on the fuel remaining in all the tanks of your aircraft.
-The second timer (Main Tank) gives you your theoretical flight-time based on the fuel remaining in your main tank(s).
-The last timer it is for an auxiliary tank(s) and will run only when you press the button "Switch to Aux Tank". The "Main Tank" timer will pause until you press the "Switch to Main Tank" button.
 
2) For every phase of the flight (Engine start, Take Off, Landing and Engine Off), when you press the "Engine Start" button, the time of the day will be recorded and stored for future reference.

When you are done your flight, a view will appear, asking you what you want to do. At this point, you can re-fuel and start another leg, start another flight with the same amount of fuel remaining in your aircraft, start a flight with another aircraft, or review your flight data.
Your flight data review:
At the end of the day or at the end of your flight, you can review all the data from every flight you’ve completed.
 
You will be able to see:
-The date of the flight.
-Your "From" and " To" Locations.
-Your flight/Air time in both Decimal and Hours formats.
-The amount of fuel you had on board before and after the flight.

The first step when you start using this application will be to create an aircraft. Use your aircraft manual to help you in this process (image on the right). When that is done, go back to the Home view, and tap on "Select an aircraft and start a flight", select your aircraft, and add the amount of fuel you have on board.
If all our tanks are full, tap the button "Top Main Tanks", and "Top Aux Tanks". By pressing "Calculate times", you can see the total amount of fuel you have on board, the total theoretical flight-time, and the total theoretical flight-time for the other tanks. (Image Left).
 
 
Check out the video, where you will be able to see this app in use.

Weight & ​​Balance

Calculate the weight & Balance of your aircraft in just few taps. Use your aircraft manual to preset the application when that is done, you just have to add the weight and press calculate.

Attention this application do not work for every aircraft. Aircraft with more limitation as Zero fuel weight, "U" Limitation, or have a Arm moving during flight, etc...
Won't be calculated. Check the free version to make sure it is working for your aircraft.


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Creat an aircraft and add with the help of you flight manual your aircraft limitations.

This is the view where you do your Weight & Balance. 
Add the weight in the boxes, and tap Calculate.
You also have the option to save and print your Weight & Balance for future references.

(To print, you will need to have your devise set up with an printer via "Air Print")
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