We all know that temporary flight restrictions (TFRs), weather data, airport information, and other navigational information is constantly changing. Find the latest notams and TFRs, check recurrent weather, and overlay it on your flight plan, and more with AOPA's flight planning tools.
AOPA's Internet Flight Planner Nothing to download and install — access the Internet Flight Planner from any browser. Setup your individual pilot and aircraft profiles, then start planning your flights! AOPA's Internet Flight Planner (AIFP) will take care of all the details regarding fuel burns, time to waypoints, wind correction, magnetic variation, ground speed, etc.
AOPA's Internet Flight Planner Tutorial Whether you are new or a seasoned user, AOPA developed this tutorial with you in mind. Follow a step-by-step demonstration of how to create your first flight plan and stop the program at any time to navigate to different sections and topics of interest. Additional video tips are available within the application in the upper right — just click on "Tips."
AOPA's Airport Directory Online This full-service publication includes a searchable database, U.S. Terminal Procedures, taxi diagrams and much more to help you with your flight planning.
Notams, TFRs Temporary flight restrictions (TFRs) are issued for forest fires, natural disasters, and VIP travel, to name just a few. Notice often is very short.
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Sample Liability Release Before approaching the aircraft, each person going aloft should sign a separate copy of this agreement, and if such person be a minor it would be better if either or both parents signed as well.
Updated Monday, August 15, 2005 2:57:07 PM
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