ForeFlight's powerful flight planning engine is now available on your web browser. Route information syncs automatically across Web, iPad, and iPhone—seamlessly plan when and where it is convenient for you. Flight planning has never been easier.
Powerful Flight Planning
ForeFlight's powerful flight planning engine is now available on the web.
AT A GLANCE INFORMATION
We've redesigned our popovers for even better readability. Information is presented instantly and easily.
Routes planned in the NavLog automatically sync to ForeFlight Mobile—and vice versa!
Our route search engine auto-completes results based on waypoint names or identifiers. It's fast. Really fast.
All the Maps You Expect
All the maps you've come to expect on ForeFlight Mobile are already on ForeFlight Web—and they're always up to date.
WORLD, STREET & AERIAL
Our surface maps help you get oriented with country boundaries, rivers, lakes, and cities
FAA VFR & IFR CHARTS
Full FAA VFR and IFR High and Low coverage for the mainland USA, Alaska, and Hawaii.
NAV CANADA VNC & IFR CHARTS
For Canada Pro subscribers, a full library of Nav Canada VNC, IFR High, and IFR Low charts.
Web-to-Panel. Unmatched Convenience.
Plan your flights in your web browser, automatically sync to ForeFlight Mobile, and once you're in the cockpit, use ForeFlight Connect to sync directly to your panel-mounted avionics!
Up to the Minute TFRs
ForeFlight Web pulls in both active, inactive, and upcoming TFR data from the FAA and automatically draws the relevant restrictions directly on top of the map. Inactive TFRs are yellow, active TFRs are red. Clicking on a TFR provides the full FAA text of the TFR.
Figuring out when and where Stadium TFRs are active can be a pain. Fortunately, ForeFlight monitors event schedules for Major League Baseball, the National Football League, NCAA Football, Indy Car, NASCAR Sprint Cup, and Formula 1 and integrates that information into the TFR layer in ForeFlight Web.
ForeFlight Wherever You Are
On the iPad, the iPhone, and now on your desktop computer.