AOPA Announces New Flight Planner Updates

New Flight PlannerImage via AOPA

AOPA announced new Flight Planner updates today to their Jeppesen powered flight planning tool.

New Flight Planner

Image via AOPA

The AOPA flight planner has already been a go-to tool for many pilots who are members of the AOPA for quite a while but today the AOPA announced some new flight planner updates that they hope will make the tool, powered by Jeppesen, even better.

[pullquote align=”right” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]“The AOPA Flight Planner’s new features offer more and better tools that work seamlessly with major EFB so pilots can fly safer and get more out of flying,”[/pullquote]“The AOPA Flight Planner’s new features offer more and better tools that work seamlessly with major EFB so pilots can fly safer and get more out of flying,” said Mark Baker, AOPA President. “We will continue listening to members and working with the industry to improve the Flight Planner as well as all the other services AOPA provides members to make general aviation safer and more accessible.”

The new system includes updates on fuel planning, including a new predictive fuel-warning system which can help you plan out your route including fuel stops all along the way with climbing, descending, and winds aloft factored into the equation.

The new system also includes multiple ways to send the nav-log out including email, ForeFlight, and WingX Pro7. AOPA has released a news statement along with a video showing how to use the new version of the AOPA Flight Planner.

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