Stay on track with AOPA's flight planning tools When you travel cross-country, there's a chance you may find yourself with limited or no Internet access. That's where a pencil and the AOPA Air Safety Foundation's downloadable flight planner form will come in handy. The form includes plenty of space for weather briefing information, as well as a light gun signal "cheat sheet," a pilot report form, a flight plan form, navigation log, and fuel management log. If you're at an airport that has Internet access, take advantage of AOPA's flight planning resources online. Use the aviation weather forecasts, AOPA's Airport Directory Online, AOPA's Real-Time Flight Planner, and other important tools to help you safely get to your destination.