Monday, April 20, 2009
Hey! Have you been curious what approach plates and weather charts look like on a Kindle ebook reader? Russ and Paul will have them there to show you. More info is available at www.AirBrief.com.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
- LZU - metro-Atlanta
- PDK - Atlanta
- RYY - metro-Atlanta
- VNY - Van Nuys
- MYF - San Diego
What does this mean to you? Well, it means if you want the inside poop on any of these airports, there are a LOT of pilots from there registered on FlightCentral.net. Go to the Community page and PM (private message) them with your questions. You can learn more about the Community features on www.FlightCentral.net/communities
This is a very useful option when you're trying to make contact at airports other than your own.
Monday, September 8, 2008
Wednesday, February 6, 2008
Here's the link to the press release: http://www.flightcentral.net/funfunds/funfunds-press.htm
And here are two easy ways you can make money:
Nothing fishy going on here. It is just a simple way for you to earn cash with very little effort. And please pass the word around in the forums (studentpilot.com, aopa, pilotsofamerica, purpleboard, etc.).
If you have questions, feel free to email me: email@example.com
Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Take a look at the Gwinnett Airport website to see a quick example: http://www.lzuairport.com/
You can see our widgets over on the right. The charts are in a small tabbed box so that little screen space is needed. And the METAR is color coded for flight rules (green=VFR, yellow=MVFR, red=IFR) and Zulu-time.
The nice thing for you is that the charts and METARs are automatically updated on our end and always current. Uses our bandwidth so your server never even knows it's there.
Here's a page that tells you how to do it and generates the code for you. Just pick the widget and specify the airport(s): www.flightcentral.net/widgets
Let us know if you decide to use these anywhere. We like to see where they're being used.