This menu provides access to various flight documents such as Weather, NOTAMs, Navigation log, Weight and Balance sheet, ATC Flight plan and Post navigation log.
The description of the briefing element is given in Briefing.
The “Flight time” displays flight time for your current flight.
You can access in menu bar, tap Flight (for phone: tap Configuration > Flight parameters) > Flight time
You can choose which take-off detection method to use:
Based on speed
This is best for airplanes: the app monitors the speed and figures out when the aircraft takes off and when it lands.
Triggered with buttons
This is best for helicopters: the pilot taps buttons the moment he takes off and the moment he lands.
It’s possible to show buttons to track set On/Off-Blocks as well.
Air Navigation Pro will also determine your departure and arrival, based on the nearest aerodromes.
You can always override the values that Air Navigation Pro has detected.
The flight details include:
Departure and Arrival 1 - Automatically set the take off aerodrome, however you can opt to manually set the aerodrome.
Off-Blocks 2 - This is a time that is automatically set, when the detection is:
“Based on Speed” - the time is detected as soon as the speed increases above the 2 m/s mark.
“Triggered with buttons” and the “Also sets On/Off-Blocks” is set - the time is detected after tapping the Off-Block button on the moving map
Takeoff 2 - This is a time that is automatically set, when the detection is:
“Based on Speed” - the time is detected when the speed exceeds the 30 knots mark.
“Triggered with buttons” - the time is detected after tapping the Takeoff button on the moving map.
Landing 2 - This is a time that is automatically set, when the detection is:
“Based on Speed” - the time is detected when the speed decreases below the 25 knots mark and (the altitude decreased below 100 m or an airport is within 2.5 NM of the current position of the aircraft)
“Triggered with buttons” - the time is detected after tapping the Landing button on the moving map.
On-Blocks 2 - This is a time that is automatically set, when the detection is:
“Based on Speed” - When the Landing time is detected and the speed decreases below the 1 m/s mark.
“Triggered with buttons” and the “Also sets On/Off-Blocks” is set - the time is detected after tapping the On-Block button on the moving map
Block time 2 - Automatically set as the difference between the time of On-Blocks and Off-Blocks.
True Flight Time 2 - Automatically set as the difference between the time of Landing and TakeOff.
Landings - This is calculated data based on the landing detection, you can manually override the value for landings.
Air Navigation Pro keeps track of additional information:
Aircraft Identifier - Automatically takes the aircraft registration from the current aircraft profile, however you can manually set the aircraft identifier.
Crew - Allows you define the crew members.
Remarks - Allows you to add notes.
Your flight time is automatically saved#
In “Based on speed” mode, after the On-Block is set, a timer of 90 seconds is started after which the flight is terminated, the values automatically stored, and the Flight Time panel is reset.
In “Triggered with buttons” mode, as soon as the On-Block is set, the flight is terminated, the values automatically stored, and the Flight Time panel is reset.
You can also save it manually:
Tap the … icon
Tap Save time in Logbook
Reset the values in the Flight time#
Tap the … icon
Tap Reset flight time
Air Navigation Pro offers the possibility to calculate flight parameters. The first step is to create an Aircraft profile.
Create aircraft profile#
On the toolbar > Flight > Current aircraft (On phone: Configuration > Flight parameter)
Tap + New aircraft
Enter the information of the aircraft
You can change the speed or altitude units via Configuration > Settings.
Don’t forget to select your created aircraft. Once selected, a tick mark will be shown and an image of the aircraft will be reflected in the flight parameters.
You can also share your Aircraft Profile, Import / Export data.
You can configure specific alerts.
Departure and Arrival detect the nearest aerodrome within the range of 2.5 NM from the current location of the aircraft. The following aerodrome types are detected: Aerodrome, Heliport, Seaplane base, Ultralight field, Glider field and Balloon field.
You can set the flight time shown either hh:mm or decimal time via Configuration > Settings > Logbook time. The default is hh:mm