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Thank you for your interest in Air Navigation. Air Navigation was developed with General Aviation in mind, however it was quickly adopted by pilots of various flying vehicles including paragliders, gliders, ultra light, single or multi-engine airplanes, helicopters and hot air balloons.


Air Navigation is an affordable, yet powerful flight planning and real-time navigation application. We hope you’ll enjoy the product as much as we enjoyed working on it.


Here you will find some tips on getting started with Air Navigation and how to optimize your usage.

User Interface

The user interface is different according to the device that it is being used.

Moving Map

The moving map is the main instrument of Air Navigation. It is used for real time navigation as well as route planning or creation of user waypoints.


On the next pages, you will find details on how to use the different instruments Air Navigation Pro brings.


Besides the moving map and navigation instruments, various tools are available to help with flight planning and other tasks.

EFIS module

The EFIS module is a graphic interface which displays real 3D terrain while flying.

Xample services

Get the full potential of all the features connecting Air Navigation with your Xample Services account.

Third-party services


Import/export data (Backup/sharing)

Advanced features

External devices

Getting Support