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WARNING: Missing Magnetic Headings
You may notice zero degree headings in your flight plans. This is due to the NOAA changing their online magnetic variation database. Unfortunately, the lack of funding for iVFR.net means the code can't be changed, so this problem can't be fixed. Of course if we get a flood of donations (see below) we will get the code fixed... more...
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Maps Module Rewritten
The iVFR.net map module has been completely re-written to take advantage of the latest technologies such as the Google Maps API Version 3. The improved performance has allowed more sophisticated behaviour of the map module. more...
Custom Print Documents
The Check/Print page has been replaced by a completely new print document tool. You can choose from a number of pre-designed print layouts, or you can build your own layout, which can then be used on any of your flight plans. more...
Because of the GAAP to Class D translation on the 3rd of June, a number of airspaces and reporting points have been reclassified. A new version of iVFR.net has now been deployed with all the airspace changes made, and most of the reporting points reclassified. more...
Segment Wind and Weather
Today's release includes the ability to have different wind for each segment, plus easy access to the weather for a segment while editing it. more...
Cockpit Workflow Support
To help reduce stress and improve safety, iVFR.net now takes a major step in helping to automate the cockpit workflow with the addition of "Flight Events". These are reminders of what you have to do, where and when, in what sequence. more...
VNav Terrain Profile
iVFR.net has an exciting new feature: a display of the plan's enroute terrain profile and (if you entered it) your planned enroute altitudes. more...
Continued improvement of iVFR.net
Thanks to many suggestions from members at NatFly, the latest release has a pile of minor improvements. Keep those suggestions coming! more...
NatFly 2009 Slides
The Flight Planning forum at NatFly was well attended and attracted some very encouraging feedback. You can see the slides and screencasts on the NatFly FAQ page. more...
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