Air Navigation Pro
Air Navigation is a real-time aircraft navigation application with integrated flight planning. Using the GPS receiver (integrated or external) and accelerometers of the Android it can emulate different types of real IFR or VFR aircraft navigation instruments. Using the navigation plan editor, you can prepare and store navigation plans and use them in the cockpit with the moving map. Air Navigation Pro comes fully loaded with a database of 180000+ worldwide aviation waypoints and an airspace database for 100+ countries. It also offers you a wide range of products such as free OpenStreetMaps, commercial charts, obstacles subscription packages, topographic maps and much more.
Air Navigation Pro
An other app that you must have on your iPhone, iPad and Android devices is Direct To. Direct To is a flight planning and real-time VFR navigation system for pilots. Air Navigation Apps support free charts of almost the entire world as well as commercial aviation VFR charts for many countries (offline). Will Direct To be easy to use? You bet. Ease of use is at the core of everything Flygo creates, and Direct To is designed to be both simple and intuitive. With a swipe of your finger or a single tap, you can insert waypoints and create a flight plan ready to go. It also comes with air navigation free-fly aids: heading, track, bearing, distance (DME), time en route (ETA) and speed calculations, so you can get the most out of your device. The application costs a fraction of the price of a dedicated portable aviation GPS and will help you to plan your flight, saving you both time and money.
Air Navigation Pro is now a high-quality flight planning and real-time aircraft navigation application for individual and professional pilots all over the world. It allows VFR pilots to have more information about the area they are flying through. Pilots can easily plan and track their flights inside the app. Some of its main features are:
The challenge faced by helicopter and small aircraft pilots was the need for navigation using external landmarks. These pilots often rely on visual cues such as forests, lakes, and other physical features to determine their location and orientation in flight. However, this method of navigation can be difficult, especially when flying in unfamiliar terrain.
We offer the sale of avionics from the catalog - electronic communication systems, navigation, display and management of complex and simple aircraft devices. Satellite communications and navigation systems are an integral part of modern aircraft, and help to ensure safety and a high level of flight quality.
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VFR pilots will appreciate the Air Navigation Pro app. It is designed to be a flight assistant app that offers real time GPS navigation on a 2D aeronautical moving map plus other useful features like 3D synthetic vision, terrain awareness, waypoints, charts, plates, airspace and obstacles. The app displays data on simulated aircraft instruments for intuitive use.
When you are looking for the best of the best in the EFB category, WingX is a top contender. This app has been the top navigation app on the Apple App Store for the past 5 years and was the winner of 5 Stevie Awards in 2017.
CHAPTER 332AIRPORTS AND OTHER AIR NAVIGATION FACILITIES332.001 Aviation; powers and duties of the Department of Transportation.332.003 Florida Airport Development and Assistance Act; short title.332.004 Definitions of terms used in ss. 332.003-332.007.332.005 Restrictions on authority of Department of Transportation.332.006 Duties and responsibilities of the Department of Transportation.332.007 Administration and financing of aviation and airport programs and projects; state plan.332.009 Limitation on operation of chapter.332.01 Airport law; definitions.332.02 Acquisition of real property for airports.332.03 Establishment of airports, etc., declared public power.332.06 Preliminary costs and expenses.332.07 Appropriations.332.08 Additional powers.332.09 Federal funds and aid.332.11 Cooperation of authorities.332.115 Joint project agreement with port district for transportation corridor between airport and port facility.332.12 Airport Law of 1945; short title.332.13 Multicounty airport authorities created as independent special districts; noise-mitigation-project fund.332.14 Secure Airports for Florida's Economy Council.332.001 Aviation; powers and duties of the Department of Transportation.--(1) It shall be the duty, function, and responsibility of the Department of Transportation to plan airport systems in this state. In carrying out this duty and responsibility, the department may assist and advise, cooperate, and coordinate with the federal, state, local, or private organizations and individuals in planning such systems of airports.(2) It shall be the duty, function, and responsibility of the Department of Transportation to promote the further development and improvement of air routes, airport facilities, and landing fields and protect their approaches and to stimulate the development of aviation commerce and air facilities. In carrying out this duty and responsibility, the department may advise and cooperate with municipalities, counties, regional authorities, state agencies, appropriate federal agencies, and interested private individuals and groups.History.--s. 3, ch. 29788, 1955; s. 3, ch. 22821, 1945; s. 11, ch. 29788, 1955; s. 3, ch. 65-178; ss. 23, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 3, ch. 72-186; s. 1, ch. 77-273; s. 7, ch. 88-215.Note.--Former s. 330.261; subsection (1) former s. 288.03(16); subsection (2) former ss. 288.15(8), 420.06.332.003 Florida Airport Development and Assistance Act; short title.--Sections 332.003-332.007 may be cited as the "Florida Airport Development and Assistance Act."History.--s. 257, ch. 84-309; s. 1, ch. 84-320.332.004 Definitions of terms used in ss. 332.003-332.007.--As used in ss. 332.003-332.007, the term:(1) "Airport" means any area of land or water, or any manmade object or facility located therein, which is used, or intended for public use, for the landing and takeoff of aircraft, and any appurtenant areas which are used, or intended for public use, for airport buildings or other airport facilities or rights-of-way.(2) "Airport hazard" means any structure or object of natural growth located on or in the vicinity of a public-use airport, or any use of land near such airport, which obstructs or causes an obstruction to the airspace required for the flight of aircraft in landing or taking off at such airport or is otherwise hazardous to landing or taking off at such airport.(3) "Airport master planning" means the development, for planning purposes, of information and guidance to determine the extent, type, and nature of development needed at a specific airport.(4) "Airport or aviation development project" or "development project" means any activity associated with the design, construction, purchase, improvement, or repair of a public-use airport or portion thereof, including, but not limited to: the purchase of equipment; the acquisition of land, including land required as a condition of a federal, state, or local permit or agreement for environmental mitigation; off-airport noise mitigation projects; the removal, lowering, relocation, marking, and lighting of airport hazards; the installation of navigation aids used by aircraft in landing at or taking off from a public airport; the installation of safety equipment required by rule or regulation for certification of the airport under s. 612 of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958, and amendments thereto; and the improvement of access to the airport by road or rail system which is on airport property and which is consistent, to the maximum extent feasible, with the approved local government comprehensive plan of the units of local government in which the airport is located.(5) "Airport or aviation discretionary capacity improvement projects" or "discretionary capacity improvement projects" means capacity improvements which are consistent, to the maximum extent feasible, with the approved local government comprehensive plans of the units of local government in which the airport is located, and which enhance intercontinental capacity at airports which:(a) Are international airports with United States Bureau of Customs and Border Protection;(b) Had one or more regularly scheduled intercontinental flights during the previous calendar year or have an agreement in writing for installation of one or more regularly scheduled intercontinental flights upon the commitment of funds for stipulated airport capital improvements; and(c) Have available or planned public ground transportation between the airport and other major transportation facilities.(6) "Aviation system planning" means the development of comprehensive aviation plans designed to achieve and facilitate the establishment of a statewide, integrated aviation system in order to meet the current and future aviation needs of this state.(7) "Eligible agency" means a political subdivision of the state or an authority which owns or seeks to develop a public-use airport.(8) "Federal aid" means funds made available from the Federal Government for the accomplishment of airport or aviation development projects.(9) "Florida airport system" means all existing public-use airports that are owned and operated within the state and those public-use airports which will be developed and made operational in the future.(10) "Landing area" means that area used or intended to be used for the landing, takeoff, or surface maneuvering of an aircraft.(11) "Planning agency" means any agency authorized by the laws of the state or by a political subdivision to engage in area planning for the areas in which assistance under this act is contemplated.(12) "Project" means a project for the accomplishment of airport or aviation development or airport master planning.(13) "Project cost" means any cost involved in accomplishing a project.(14) "Public-use airport" means any publicly owned airport which is used or to be used for public purposes.(15) "Sponsor" means any eligible agency which, either individually or jointly with one or more eligible agencies, submits to the department an application for financial assistance for an airport development project in accordance with this act.History.--s. 259, ch. 84-309; s. 3, ch. 84-320; s. 4, ch. 85-180; s. 66, ch. 90-136; s. 16, ch. 94-237; s. 74, ch. 2002-20; s. 31, ch. 2004-5.332.005 Restrictions on authority of Department of Transportation.--This act specifically prohibits the Department of Transportation from regulating commercial air carriers operating within the state pursuant to federal authority and regulations; from participating in or exercising control in the management and operation of a sponsor's airport, except when officially requested by the sponsor; or from expanding the design or operational capability of the department in the area of airport and aviation consultants' contract work, other than to provide technical assistance as requested.History.--s. 258, ch. 84-309; s. 2, ch. 84-320.332.006 Duties and responsibilities of the Department of Transportation.--The Department of Transportation shall, within the resources provided pursuant to chapter 216:(1) Provide coordination and assistance for the development of a viable aviation system in this state. To support the system, a statewide aviation system plan shall be developed and periodically updated which summarizes 5-year, 10-year, and 20-year airport and aviation needs within the state. The statewide aviation system plan shall be consistent with the goals of the Florida Transportation Plan developed pursuant to s. 339.155. The statewide aviation system plan shall not preempt local airport master plans adopted in compliance with federal and state requirements.(2) Advise and assist the Governor in all aviation matters.(3) Upon request, assist airport sponsors, both financially and technically, in airport master planning.(4) Upon request, provide financial and technical assistance to public agencies which operate public-use airports by making department personnel and department-owned facilities and equipment available on a cost-reimbursement basis to such agencies for special needs of limited duration. The requirement relating to reimbursement of personnel costs may be waived by the department in those cases in which the assistance provided by its personnel was of a limited nature or duration.(5) Participate in research and development programs relating to airports.(6) Administer department participation in the program of aviation and airport grants as provided for in ss. 332.003-332.007.(7) Develop, promote, and distribute supporting information and educational services.(8) Encourage the maximum allocation of federal funds to local airport projects in this state.(9) Support the development of land located within the boundaries of airports for the purpose of industrial or other uses compatible with airport operations with the objective of assisting airports in this state to become fiscally self-supporting. Such assistance may include providing state moneys on a matching basis to airport sponsors for capital improvements, including, but not limited to, fixed-base operation facilities, parking areas, industrial park utility systems, and road and rail transportation systems which are on airport property.History.--s. 260, ch. 84-309; s. 4, ch. 84-320; s. 3, ch. 85-180; s. 67, ch. 90-136; s. 17, ch. 94-237; s. 17, ch. 95-257.332.007 Administration and financing of aviation and airport programs and projects; state plan.--(1) Federal funding of individual local airport projects shall continue to be wholly between the local airport sponsors and the appropriate federal agencies; however, the Department of Transportation is authorized to receive federal grants for statewide projects when no local sponsor is available.(2)(a) The Department of Transportation shall prepare and continuously update an aviation and airport work program in accordance with subsections (6) and (7) based on a collection of the local sponsors' proposed projects to be included in the work program of the department developed pursuant to s. 339.135. The airport work program shall separately identify development projects and discretionary capacity improvement projects.(b) The aviation and airport work program shall be consistent with the statewide aviation system plan and, to the maximum extent feasible, consistent with approved local government comprehensive plans. Projects involving funds administered by the department to be undertaken and implemented by the airport sponsor shall be included in the aviation and airport work program.(3) Assistance pursuant to the provisions of this section shall only be provided for projects which are included in the department's adopted work program developed pursuant to s. 339.135.(4)(a) The annual legislative budget request for aviation and airport development projects shall be based on the funding required for development projects in the aviation and airport work program. The department shall provide priority funding in support of the planning, design, and construction of proposed projects by local sponsors, with special emphasis on projects for runways and taxiways, including the painting and marking of runways and taxiways, lighting, other related airside activities, and airport access transportation facility projects on airport property.(b) Projects which provide for construction of an automatic weather observation station are eligible for the use of funds provided for herein.(c) No single airport shall secure airport or aviation development project funds in excess of 25 percent of the total airport or aviation development project funds available in any given budget year. However, any airport which receives discretionary capacity improvement project funds in a given fiscal year shall not receive greater than 10 percent of total aviation and airport development project funds appropriated in that fiscal year.(d) Unless prohibited by the appropriations act or general legislation, the department may transfer funds for an airport and aviation development project to other airport and aviation development projects to maximize the aviation services or federal aid available to this state.(5) Only those projects or programs provided for in this act that will contribute to the implementation of the state aviation system plan, that are consistent with and will contribute to the implementation of any airport master plan or layout plan, and that are consistent, to the maximum extent feasible, with the approved local government comprehensive plans of the units of government in which the airport is located are eligible for the expenditure of state funds in accordance with fund participation rates and priorities established herein.(6) Subject to the availability of appropriated funds, the department may participate in the capital cost of eligible public airport and aviation development projects in accordance with the following rates, unless otherwise provided in the General Appropriations Act or the substantive bill implementing the General Appropriations Act:(a) The department may fund up to 50 percent of the portion of eligible project costs which are not funded by the Federal Government, except that the department may initially fund up to 75 percent of the cost of land acquisition for a new airport or for the expansion of an existing airport which is owned and operated by a municipality, a county, or an authority, and shall be reimbursed to the normal statutory project share when federal funds become available or within 10 years after the date of acquisition, whichever is earlier. Due to federal budgeting constraints, the department may also initially fund the federal portion of eligible project costs subject to:1. The department receiving adequate assurance from the Federal Government or local sponsor that this amount will be reimbursed to the department; and2. The department having adequate funds in the work program to fund the project.Such projects must be contained in the Federal Government's Airport Capital Improvement Program, and the Federal Government must fund, or have funded, the first year of the project.(b) The department may retroactively reimburse cities, counties, or airport authorities up to 50 percent of the nonfederal share for land acquisition when such land is needed for airport safety, expansion, tall structure control, clear zone protection, or noise impact reduction. No land purchased prior to July 1, 1990, or purchased prior to executing the required department agreements shall be eligible for reimbursement.(c) When federal funds are not available, the department may fund up to 80 percent of master planning and eligible aviation development projects at publicly owned, publicly operated airports. Such funding is limited to airports that have no scheduled commercial service.(d) The department is authorized to fund up to 100 percent of the cost of an eligible project that is statewide in scope or that involves more than one county where no other governmental entity or appropriate jurisdiction exists.(7) Subject to the availability of appropriated funds in addition to aviation fuel tax revenues, the department may participate in the capital co