Cruise Rest

January 25th, 2010 1 comment

This is a basic Cockpit Crew Rest calculator for those flying single and double augmented legs. The primary goal was to eliminate any public math and simplify data input when things are bumpy.

Enter any two of the three pertinent times and the remaining time will be calculated and shown (bordered in yellow). The breaks will display when enough data is entered.…


January 25th, 2010 No comments

iHUD is an application (app) that turns the iPhone 3G and 3G-S and – with limited features the iPod touch 2nd generation *) – into an aerospace-inspired mobile Glass Cockpit. iHUD derives its name from Head-Up Display, which depicts motion and flight-related pertinent guidance information and data for optimal situational awareness.

A Glass Cockpit usually features an AHRS and an EFIS for visualization of position, attitude, attitude changes, track and acceleration of the vehicle in space and time.…

UN Number – Hazardous Materials Reference

January 24th, 2010 No comments

Enter the UN number after starting the application using a big and easy to use keypad. Information can thus be retrieved quickly.

“The CEFIC Emergency Response Intervention Cards (ERICards or ERIC’s) provide guidance on initial actions for fire crews when they first arrive at the scene of a chemical transport accident without having appropriate and reliable product specific emergency information at hand”.…

Flight Code

January 24th, 2010 1 comment

FlightCode lists ICAO and IATA Codes for airports, aircraft types and airlines. It also lists the country codes/registration informations of an aircraft. You’ll find a link to the maps application for many of the listed airports. And you can mark everything you’ve seen (spotting function).

For passengers:

You want to know where the nicely colored aircraft comes from?…

EU Ops Duty and Rest time calculator for Pilots

January 23rd, 2010 No comments

The launch of EU-Ops, Part Q, brought some relief to most european Pilots. Duty times are more pilot friendly, rest times longer and completely dependant on the preceeding duty, nightflying more restricted.

But understanding the rules and beeing able to quickly calculate your times, especially if important decisions are to be made, is not easy.…