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IPhone App for IFR Training Flight Tracking

Old 13th May 2019, 17:32
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IPhone App for IFR Training Flight Tracking

I would like to find an app for IPhone such as SkyDemon but more designed for IFR post-flight debriefing. For example after each flight, I want to analyze my flight to see my altitude, final course deviations, checking if I correctly fly standard procedures and so on.

Any recommendation?
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Hi,
Cloudahoy should be a neat solution
h.
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Old 14th May 2019, 11:09
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Originally Posted by hoduka View Post
Hi,
Cloudahoy should be a neat solution
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Agreed. I used it a fair bit, better to combine with an onboard camera with audio, too.
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I was going to suggest CloudAhoy too but I thought that for your needs it might be a bit overkill. I had a generic app on my iPad based on Google Maps and it did the job of tracking the flight just fine. Can't remember the name though.
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Originally Posted by Banana Joe View Post
I was going to suggest CloudAhoy too but I thought that for your needs it might be a bit overkill. I had a generic app on my iPad based on Google Maps and it did the job of tracking the flight just fine. Can't remember the name though.
You can go with Guru Maps for iOS and export to Google. I think it also has altitude tracking, too.
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