Advanced Flight Planning Tool

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Flight Solver is a flight planning tool with a difference.

It will guide you through the whole flight planning process without being prescriptive.

At each stage of the planning process it will check that everything makes sense. Errors or omissions become immediately evident on the Checklist.

Flight Solver helps you come up with the perfect plan

Instead of merely accepting a plan that was already planned using maps, charts and other resources, Flight Solver will guide you through the whole flight planning process, constantly checking and cross checking to ensure that everything has been taken care of.

Key features are:

Let Flight Solver figure out how to get there. Instead of having to pour over your TCA and ERC to find the most direct routing, Flight Solver can find these routes for you.

What's more - Flight Solver will come up with more than one solution and display them on the screen as you consider them.

The checklist will show you what's right and what's wrong.

Click on an item in the checklist to fix the problem.

Figure out how much fuel you need to upload on one sector to make it to the next refueling stop 3 sectors further on.

Set the fuel to maximum possible while remaining within Takeoff, Ramp and Zero Fuel limits.

Plan your departure or expected arrival time in either Local time of UTC time. Flight Solver automatically takes daylight saving into account.

Flight Solver can work backwards - so if you have a specific departure or arrival time in mind for one sector, Flight Solver can tell you when to leave on the preceding sectors to still make it on time.

Arrive before End of Daylight or leave after First Light.

See the balance as you add passengers or fill the baggage compartments.

See the balance at Ramp, Take off, Landing and Zero Fuel states.

Flight Solver will immediately alert you if you have exceeded a limit.

See the weather situation at a glance - the weather censor will put up coloured icons on the map, in the flight plan and on the briefing view.

Figure out which element your TAF, METAR or ARFOR is causing the problem - individual items, such as reduced visibility, are highlighted.

See weather lines (such as troughs) on the map in relation to your flight plan without having to use a PCA.

Quickly select the locations to print by proximity to your route. Select which items within a location to print.

Show or hide navaids, aerodromes or airspaces with a mouse click.

See the layered control zones and the terrain.

Click on the map to create or modify your plan route, or to find information about the area under the cursor.

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