AOPA FlyQ download

Step 1. Installer

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Step 2. Security

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Available exclusively to AOPA members, AOPA FlyQ is the powerful flight planning app every pilot needs. It?s brilliantly easy to use and astonishingly fast.

AOPA FlyQ is the result of a partnership between AOPA and Seattle Avionics, maker of the award-winning Voyager Flight Software System for Windows. AOPA FlyQ combines the convenience of the AOPA Airports app with aviation weather and flight planning capability. AOPA FlyQ harnesses the legendary AOPA Airports database, putting FBO and aviation business information details only a tap away. Now you can plan a flight on your iPhone with an auto-router that wind-optimizes your flight to get you there as fast as possible. Victor Airways, GPS Direct routing, Jet Airways?AOPA FlyQ is ready for it all.

Using AOPA FlyQ is simple because all major functions (Airport and FBO Information, Weather, and Flight Planning) are always just a tap away. Fly Smarter. FlyQ.

Airport Information

Start AOPA FlyQ and within about 3 seconds it finds the nearest airports and displays succinct weather and operational details about them?without even tapping a button. Want more info about an airport? Tap the airport and all the details you need (but no excess clutter) appears instantly. On the first airport page, you immediately see operational information, runways, navaids, and an embedded satellite map image of the airport. Want to call the local ATIS? Tap the phone number and your iPhone quickly connects you. Tap the weather tab and see the current temperature and sky conditions, a Nexrad radar image of the area, the nearest METARs and TAFs, winds-aloft, and even an official DUAT weather briefing. All with just one tap. Best of all for those of us who aren?t 21 anymore, one tap zooms the METARs, TAFs and weather graphics to full screen, large font versions that anyone can read?even in turbulence. Another tap gives you an easy-to-read 7 day forecast. Quickly find the FBO details you need?fuel information, telephone numbers, rental cars, nearby attractions and more.

Weather Information

Want to see what the weather is like at your current location? Tap the Weather tab and AOPA FlyQ instantly locks on to your GPS position and displays temperature, Nexrad images and local METARs and TAFs. Or choose from a large gallery of US and Canadian weather graphics, many of which are animated. Quickly check the weather anywhere on the globe by entering an airport identifier, city name, even a zip code. Of course, AOPA FlyQ keeps track of your recent selections for quick future access and stores graphics and METARs/TAFs on the phone so they?re available even when you?re not connected to the Internet (such as in flight).

Flight Planning

No time to plan a flight? Give us 30 seconds and watch AOPA FlyQ assemble the perfect wind-optimized flight plan between any two US airports. Tell AOPA FlyQ where to depart, where to land, and how to fly there (Victor airways, Jet Airways or GPS Direct) and AOPA FlyQ plots the whole course including all the navaids and intersection?not a simple straight line. It even uses the winds-aloft forecast to give you the ideal altitude for each leg of your trip. To make your life easier, AOPA FlyQ automatically requests an official DUAT weather briefing so you?re good to go. And since filing the flight plan takes one tap and about 3 seconds, it?s easy and quick to fly safely. AOPA FlyQ remembers your recent flights and home airport so you can often plan a flight by picking from a list of recently used airports rather than typing.

Moving Map and Approach Plates

AOPA FlyQ does not include a moving map or approach plates because it?s designed for pre-flight planning rather than in-flight use.