November 25, 2013
By AOPA Member Products staff
If you have been waiting for the best time to sign up for AOPA FlyQ EFB, this is definitely it. From 12 a.m. on Black Friday, Nov. 29, through Sunday, Dec. 1, you can get two years of FlyQ EFB IFR+VFR subscription for less than the price of one—$99.
Take advantage of the offer here.
FlyQ EFB provides pilots with additional situational awareness and safety with features such as a moving map and geo-referenced diagrams and plates; the unique Preflight Checklist which ensures your iPad is ready for the planned flight with up-to-date weather, charts, etc.; color-coded terrain and obstacles warnings; airspace labels; graphical surface wind depiction on the airport diagram and satellite image; built-in 3-D synthetic vision and attitude and heading reference system (AHRS) support (requires external device); and support for multiple Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) receivers for in-flight weather updates.
The app maintains a 4.5 out of 5-star rating in the iTunes App Store. See full feature information online. To get the most out of your FlyQ EFB and iPad, watch the recorded webinar series.
Find more information online. FlyQ EFB is built for the iPad 2 or newer, including iPad mini. It is not compatible with iPad 1. AOPA FlyQ EFB is the result of a partnership between AOPA and Seattle Avionics.
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