AirWX Aviation Weather

AirWX Aviation Weather

[iPhone God App] It was found using the AirWX Aviation Weather actually

Note: Due to changes on the FAA website I am no longer able to provide approach plates, and AFDs. The app still can be used as a quick way to review weather in your area. Unfortunately I have also decided to no longer support the application. The weather services will continue working, but there will no longer be any new updates. My apologies for any inconveniences this might have caused.

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Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger uses AirWX. Shouldn't you?

Sully: "...AirWX app is a tool that pilots use to get detailed aviation weather reports and forecasts, but it's also useful for the general public to check weather at departure and arrival airports because the reports are decoded into plain language." (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/huff-wires/20110503/us-travel-tech-tools/)

NOTE: METARs, TAFs, and NOTAMs have international coverage. All other features are for US Pilots only: Maps, Charts, and Approach Plates...etc.

Aviation weather for Pilots. Retrieve METARs, TAFs, and Weather Charts for airports in the US. Also includes access to sectional charts and displays a list of nearest airports to your location.

Features:
-METARs, TAFs, PIREPs, NOTAMs, and Winds Aloft
- Enroute, Arrival, and Departure information for every airport.
-Sectional Charts, IFR Charts
-PAN and ZOOM on Sectional and IFR Charts
-Weather charts (zoom with multi-touch)
-Nearest Airports using GPS
-Dial AWOS/ASOS button
-19 Function E6B calculator (with Weight and Balance)
-Search by City/State, name or Airport Identifier

If you have any other questions or problems please contact support at support@mobiledevgroup.com

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