The differences are mostly in the usability and some of the higher end features.
Fore Flight is probably the easiest to use, and does not require a DUATS account for flight plan filing.
Fixed issue with list controls incorrectly appearing enabled. Fixed issue with 'lock on road' setting not saving during a power cycle.
Fixed issue with reviewing a list of multiple points from the map. Fixed issue with charging indication when unit is fully charged.
NOTE: All 300-series and nonstandard 500-series Op Specs/management specifications (MSpecs)/training specifications (TSpecs)/LOA (Parts A, B, C, D, E, and H) require approval by the appropriate headquarters (HQ) policy division.
Title 14 CFR parts 61, 91, 91K, 125 (including the part 125 LODA holders), 133, 137, and 141 operator’s nonstandard operational requests must be approved by the General Aviation and Commercial Division (AFS‑800).
Personal preference plays a big part in the decision–do you like Coke or Pepsi?
So while we can’t pick a winner that is best for every pilot, we can offer a side-by-side comparison of the core features, and offer some (completely biased) opinions. One of the first things you’ll notice about any app is the way it’s structured and how you navigate through the various features.
Problems with this beta software may be reported to Montana [email protected]
Fixed issue with viewing the Elevation/Distance plot when routing. Fixed issues with support for Canada Blue Chart g2 maps. Fixed issue with track distance data field when track logging is off. Improved display of configurable data fields in night mode. Fixed issue where some auto-archived tracks would be named in English regardless of user language.
Improved ability to select the geocache photos button when reviewing a geocache. Improved font sizes for Arabic and Farsi languages.
NOTE: The following TSpecs designated with a “*” are for part 142 only.
NOTE: The Flight Standards Service’s (AFS) EFVS focal point listed on the following Flight Operations Branch’s (AFS-410) website should be contacted by principal inspectors (PI) for questions concerning the preparation for issuing C048: https://gov/about/office_org/headquarters_offices/avs/offices/afs/afs400/afs410/efvs/. Sample C048 Table 1 Authorized Airplanes, Equipment, and EFVS Operations NOTE: Only airplanes from an operator’s aircraft list in the Web-based Operations Safety System (Web OPSS) assigned an EFVS authorization will populate the drop-down list provided in the “Airplane (M/M/S)” column in Table 1.