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Air Navigation Desktop uses "Missions" in order to better organize your flights. It can have as many flights as needed.
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A mission will be created when launching Air Navigation Desktop. Then you will be able to set up your flight according to your needs:
 
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Air Navigation Desktop

Air Navigation was first developed as a real-time navigation application for iOS. It was quickly adopted by pilots of various flying vehicles including para-gliders, gliders, ultralight, single and multiengine airplanes, helicopters and even hot-air balloons.

We decided then to continue improving the app and develop it for other operative systems, such as Android and MAC OS X.



Introduction

Air Navigation Desktop is a complete flight-planning application with a varied use that will run under OS X. Among other uses, you will be able to plan your flight, print flight documents and synchronize routes with your mobile device.


Getting started

Air Navigation Desktop uses "Missions" in order to better organize your flights. It can have as many flights as needed.

A mission will be created when launching Air Navigation Desktop. Then you will be able to set up your flight according to your needs:


User interface

The user interface has been divided in many articles for a better understanding of every function:


Flight planning


Xample Services


Getting Support