FlyQ EFB is a full-blown, top-rated aviation app with all the bells and whistles including VFR and IFR charts, geo-referecned approach plates and airport diagrams, airport info, weather, and flight planning. It has an annual fee of $69 for VFR data or $139 for IFR and VFR data. FlyQ Pocket includes airport info, weather, and flight planning but no maps, approach plates, or airport diagrams. It's also 100% free.
Yup. Use either Lockheed (Leidos) or DUATS. Choose your provider by changing your pilot profile in Settings then Pilots.
You bet! Pick either system and we've got a FlyQ for you. Download the iPhone version from the Apple App Store from your iPhone. Download the Android version via Google Play.
We don't have a lot of Canadian data in the product but, if you fly in the US, there is a workaround. Simply select 'Lockheed Martin' as your weather provider.
Sorry about that. If you send an email to Seattle Avionics Technical Support with the manufacturer, model, and FAA/ICAO TYPE identifier (like a Cessna 172 is TYPE C172), we'll try to add it for the next release.
In the meantime you can select Experimental as the Manufacturer then pick High, Medium, or Low Performance as the Model. Not ideal but it gives ATC what they need.
From the list of flight plans, tap the Edit button at the top of the screen then tap the - button next to the flight plan you wish to delete and confirm by tapping the Delete button.
Alternately, once you open the flight plan (that is, see the NavLog), tap the button that looks like a box with an arrow coming out of it (Apple calls this an Action button). Delete is the first choice but you can also use this to print or email the flight plan.
FlyQ Pocket works seamlessly with FlyQ EFB on the iPad and our new ATLAS Web-based aviation information / flight planning system. AOPA Go does not share any data outside of AOPA apps and services.
Thanks for being a Seattle Avionics customer; We really appreciate it.
Voyager for Windows includes a feature called WebSynch that takes all your flight plans, aircraft profiles, your pilot profile, etc. and stores them in the cloud. This is what FlyQ Pocket uses, not just a normal Voyager subscription. We understand that this can be a little confusing. This WebSynch system allows you to transfer flight plans betwen the iPhone and your PC.
To resolve, just open Voyager for Windows and select WebSynch from the File menu to create the WebSynch account (free, of course). This put all your flight information in the cloud for AOPA FlyQ to see and use.
Then use those credentials in FlyQ Pocket (in the Settings tab) and you'll be good to go. Or you can just create a new account.
Nothing significant, no. The most recent release fixed all the bugs we know about. That said, if you think you found a problem, have a question, or have a suggestion, please let us know by sending email to FlyQSupport@seattleavionics.com.
We're sorry but FlyQ Pocket is really just for flying within the United States; it has no data for other countries.
FlyQ Pocket was designed and developed by Seattle Avionics and has always been owned by Seattle Avionics.
Founded in 2002, Seattle Avionics develops cutting-edge aviation software, ChartData™ aviation data, and the popular SkyPad complete EFB solution. The company?s Voyager Flight Software System for Windows is a consistent winner of Aviation Consumer?s award for Best Flight Planner. Seattle Avionics provides state-of-the-art US and European aviation ChartData to many major aviation companies including Aspen Avionics, Honeywell (Bendix/King), and all the leading iPad applications. The company is working on a range of aviation software and data products designed to make general aviation flying easier, safer, more fun, and more affordable. Please see www.seattleavionics.com for more information.