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CircleToLand

January 12th, 2011
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With this brand new aviation app, Approach plates have never looked better! CircleToLand is an AIP-browser which allows you to view and cache AIP documents (from the AD 2 section of each countries AIP website) like charts and approach plates. Once a document is viewed, it is cached automagically and available offline, no further action is required. Any cached document can also be printed on compatible printers.

Features:
* View plates and other charts/documents
* Cache documents for offline view
* Fast searching
* Quick overview
* Easy printing

Search
After selecting a country, you can search by airport name, ICAO code and IATA code. Search results update instantly as you type!

Printing
Any cached document can be printed directly from the device.

Coverage
The countries covered by CircleToLand will expand over time. At the moment we have support for accessing the online IAIP in the following countries.

Finland: 27 aerodromes, 382 documents.
Ireland: Coming very soon!
Norway: 55 aerodromes, 599 documents.
Sweden: 54 aerodromes, 579 documents.
UK: 137 aerodromes, 1126 documents.

The usual disclaimer applies and this app should not be relied upon for airborne navigation.

CircleToLand - Maciej Swic

  1. Mariusz
    January 13th, 2011 at 22:09 | #1

    Just got this one, a bit slow but other than that its very nice!

  2. Tim
    June 21st, 2011 at 09:33 | #2

    Great idea but still does not work. Various updates have been released but there are still problems with bookmarked airports disappearing (so you cache all the airport plates you want before you fly and then in the air you open the app and they have dissapeared!). Needs work.

  3. Mariusz
    December 2nd, 2011 at 11:39 | #3

    Its been fixed in the last update. Airports no longer disappear yay!

  4. Gerd
    June 18th, 2014 at 21:55 | #4

    Nice app, how does one delete any airports from the favourites list, if they are no longer required? Thanks

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