Introducing DUAT Voyager
DTC DUAT and Seattle Avionics, Inc., announce new DUAT Voyager, a 100% free flight planner that makes it quick and easy to plan flights, obtain weather briefings, and file flight plans. While it downloads weather and TFR information from the Internet, it is not an Internet-based flight planner, and is not subject to the recently publicized FlightPrep patent.
DUAT Voyager is a streamlined version of the full Voyager Flight Software System that retains many of the award-winning features of the full Voyager product but is faster and even easier to use. These features include both Victor and GPS Direct autorouting, a profile view that shows your flight over terrain, automatic background weather downloads, various weather overlays including NexRad radar and altitude-sensitive cloud tops (satellite images), full DUAT briefings, automatic TFR download and overlay, kneeboard printouts, electronic flight plan filing, and much more. Users can use Voyager’s unique WebSynch feature to instantly transfer flight plans between multiple computers. Flight plans can be exported to Google Earth for realistic, 3D flight previews and exported to the Bendix/King AV8OR or AV8OR ACE.
System Requirements: Any Windows 7, Vista, or XP machine with 2 GB of RAM should work. You can also use a Mac if you have Boot Camp (ideal), VMWare, or Parallels.
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What's the difference between DUAT Voyager and the full Voyager system?
DUAT Voyager is a great way to plan quick flights that take weather and TFRs into account. All for free. The full version adds literally hundreds of additional features. The most important ones are below. A detailed list is also available.