ForeFlight 11.11 
Now Available!

Our December release includes Files in Flights, enhanced Approach Procedure Markers, NOTAM warnings in the Maps view Route Editor, and more.


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Files in Flights

Attach files, documents, and photos to individual flight plans for quick access and improved organization. Tap the new “Files” button at the top of Flights to add files from various sources, and you can also send files to Flights from different views around the app and import them via AirDrop or other apps like Mail. Annotate attached files while viewing them in Flights just like in Documents, and rename files or send them to other apps for easy sharing.
Files in Flights is included in ForeFlight Performance Plans. 


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NOTAM Warnings in Maps view Route Editor

The Maps view Route Editor warns you of airport or runway closure NOTAMs affecting airports in your route by displaying a red warning icon on the each airport’s route bubble. Tap the route bubble and tap “View Alert NOTAM” in the list of options to see the NOTAMs producing the alert.

Enhanced Approach Procedure Markers

Approach procedures loaded in your route on the Maps view can now show Jeppesen-sourced speed, altitude, and IAF/FAF information for each waypoint marker in the procedure, even when the procedure plate isn’t displayed. Most, but not all approach procedures in ForeFlight support enhanced waypoint markers currently.
Enhanced Approach Procedure Markers are included in ForeFlight Performance Plans. 


Georeferenced SIDs/STARs in Procedure Advisors

Procedure Advisor will now show Departure and Arrival procedure plates in the Procedure Preview when you select a procedure with a georeferenced plate, just like with Approach procedures. Georeferenced SID/STAR procedure plates in the U.S. and Canada are only available from Jeppesen.

Canadian Flight Plan Fields

New fields at the bottom of ForeFlight's ICAO filing form allows you to better comply with NAV CANADA requirements when filing VFR flight plans in Canada. Specify your aircraft’s undercarriage type, the flight’s arrival report, and your aircraft’s emergency locator transmitter (ELT) type. The Undercarriage and ELT fields are also available in each of your aircrafts' profiles so you can configure each one independently.

The flight plan form also now includes “Place Name” fields in the departure and destination sections to help ATC identify either location when you file with lat/long coordinates instead of airport identifiers.