AirWX Aviation Weather (Blackberry)

August 29th, 2010 No comments

AirWX brings you Aviation Weather on your Blackberry! Designed for pilots by pilots. AirWX gives you METARs, TAFs, Weather Charts, and Radar Images. Find out the current and forecast weather at US airports as well as some international airports. Use your Blackberry”s GPS to find Airport nearest to your current location!

Features include:
-METARs (decoded and raw)
-TAFs (decoded and raw)
-PIREPs (Pilot Reports)
-Weather Charts
-Radar Images
-Locate Airports using GPS (must be supported by your device)

NOTE To Non-US Customers:Please be aware that data might be limited for your airports.…

SkyCharts for iPhone

August 5th, 2010 No comments

This Apps brings a moving map with current IFR/VFR/TAC aviation charts on your iPhone. Double tap on map to view A/FD and approach plate. Map has VFR/IFR/LIFR color-coded METARs, with orange TAFs.
No service? No problem! Download charts and plates for offline usage. Flight plan and navigate using the ICAO airport/navaid database, or manually enter LAT/LONG way points.…

Skylog Pro for iPhone

August 5th, 2010 No comments

The iPhone App partner to the popular Windows Skylog Pro electronic logbook.

Allows you to quickly record flight information at the end of the duty day or when in the cruise! Once back home the data syncs with your PC based version of Skylog Pro via your wifi connection.

Pilots Pal

July 5th, 2010 No comments

Pilots Pal is the ultimate Pilot Logbook app for your iPhone.

Whether you are an Airline Pilot or a student Pilot, Pilots Pal will meet your needs.

The interface is intuitive yet feature rich. Not only can you keep track of your flights, Pilots Pal will track Duty hours, flight allowances, real time weather download, runway decodes and a cross wind calculator.…

MetarSpk

June 8th, 2010 No comments

METARspk is an aviation iPhone app which will “speak” the current METAR at any reporting station that has METAR capabilities. A choice of male or female voice can be selected. This allows for “hands-free” checking of the weather at a reporting station. Up to four stations can be “preset”.

The METAR is obtained from: http://adds.aviationweather.gov/metars/index.php

This may not be the current METAR at a reporting station as a more recent observation may sometimes be obtained by telephone.…