AVweb Coverage

by brett February 21, 2011

We got a shout-out (and photo!) in this week's edition of AVwebFlash, my favorite weekly aviation news source. Over the weekend ForeFlight announced that ForeFlight Mobile now includes georeferenced approach plates and airport diagrams. I'm not IFR certified yet - starting my training in a few weeks - but I know there are lots of pilots who have been asking about this.

I feel extremely proud to be participating in what I consider a revolution in the aviation market today. The innovation displayed by the amazing teams building iPad apps like ForeFlight and WingX Pro is impressive.

We've been a bit quiet here on the website, but trust me, we've been hard at work! Got some extremely exciting products and partnerships in the works, so be sure to check back often and subscribe to our RSS feed or mailing list.





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