13 December 2017

5+ Santa Trackers You Have to Check Out this Yuletide Season!



Santa's flight is one of the most peculiar or openly-discussed aviation topic during the Holiday season. How does he fly around the world in only a few hours? More importantly, how do we know he hasn't missed a child in his trip? Does he have a flight planning application like Air Navigation Pro?

Luckily, the Internet helps in the advent as we bring to you the sites that are tracking good ol' Saint Nick:

GOOGLE Santa Tracker

The GOOGLE Santa Tracker is not the first tracker ever created but it is by far the most fun with various games and activities available for you to enjoy while you wait for Christmas Eve. Every day leading up to Christmas unlocks a new activity, and there is a countdown at the top of the page to constantly remind you. It's by far, one of the most aesthetically-pleasing and fun trackers with new activities to unlock as Christmas draws nearer.


If you're looking for a fun family activity while waiting for Christmas Day to come, check out the fun activities and challenge each other's high score! If you haven't visited the site already, watch their teasers below:


NORAD Santa Tracker

The NORAD Santa Tracker is a classic and said to be the first of all Santa trackers ever created, which also has a mini-Santa village with songs and stories that you can explore. A partnership by the United States and Canada, NORAD stands for North American Aerospace Defense Command, which is an organization that is in charge of giving aerospace warning and protection for Northern America.


If you're looking for a fun family activity while waiting for Christmas Day to come, check out the fun songs and trivia! If you still haven't visited their site, you can check out their teaser below:


E-Mail Santa

The E-Mail Santa is a simple tracker that allows you to send and receive correspondence from Santa (or one of his many customer support elves). The website is light and an entertaining read for those that are looking for an uncomplicated way to wait for presents.


Check out the video below:


Lewisville Fire Department Santa Tracker

This very simple and interesting Lewisville Fire Department Santa Tracker features a map and schedules on the right side of the site. Although it's unclear what motivated the fire department to create their own tracker, it's worth mentioning anyway.


Santa Update Site

The Santa Update website is a simple and interesting browser-based activity-filled site. Although it isn't nearly as graphic as Google's or NORAD's Santa tracking sites, Santa Update also features several interactive activities like naming a baby reindeer.


Santa Video Call and Tracker App

The Santa Video Call and Tracker App is a mobile application that lets you call Santa and track him. It has been having great reviews at the app store and a lot of parents seem to be satisfied with the software. It's available for iPhone and iPad devices, good for some family bonding time with the kids.


Watch the app preview video:


Did you know that Air Navigation Pro is also available for iOS? We can't track Santa, but we can plan, track and record flights! Download Air Navigation Pro and take us with you this Holiday season.

Fairview Santa Tracker

The browser-based Fairview Santa Tracker seems to function more like a tracker for their fire trucks more than anything. It's currently not updated (the website says Santa Tracker 2016) but if you're currently living in that area, it would be good information to know about their route.


Are you guys ready to track Santa this year? What application or site will you be using? If you see him, let us know!

to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.

Do you have a cool Air Navigation Pro story you want to share? Send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instagram or send us an e-mail at gama@airnavigation.aero.

Blue Skies, 
The Air Navigation Team


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11 December 2017

Air Navigation Pro Pilot Story Highlight: Kirsten Augustyn of Norway


The Air Navigation team has searched far and wide for stories of different pilots from different countries like Argentina, France, Italy and New Zealand. Today, let's add Norway to the mix. We are happy to have found Kirsten Augustyn in Instagram. She is a beautiful and outspoken female pilot, who also keeps her own blog and website

Outside of social media, photography, blogging and the internet in general, Kirsten works as a commercial helicopter pilot. The majority of her commercial flight experience was obtained as a Grade II Flight Instructor in the city of Durban, along the picturesque East Coast of South Africa.

She had many profound things to say about a lot of topics:

Q: What do you love most about flying aircrafts?

I love who I am becoming through it.

I love that progress, true progression only arrives at the regression of ego. That eventually you grow to learn that it’s not about chasing hours, type ratings and titles but rather about being just a little bit better than who you were yesterday. And that this “machine” can be used as a medium to teach others how to better your today, tomorrow. (The view out the window is also rather nice, I love that too ;) )

 

Q: What is your favorite aircraft?

My favor always lends itself to the need for its application. By their very nature helicopters are unique and distinct. Their design and mechanism is based entirely on the environment to which they’ve been designed to come alive to. I believe that part of the beauty and artistry involved in piloting is understanding how the machines differ, knowing their intricacies and limitations so that you can “dance” with the same rhythm and fly to their strengths and not around their “weaknesses”. 

Sadly, I feel that many Helicopters are flown outside of their intended role as more cost-effective machines are favored over those which are more capable and suited. Unfortunately, this compromises crew and operational safety as well as the helicopter community’s safety record and integrity. 

So, if your question was which is your favorite helicopter for ab-initio flight instruction I’d have to say the Robinsons. For air lifting and sling work? I’d have to say the AS350’s, for offshore operations I’d say the S92’s, AW189 and EH175’s for aeromedical, the introduction of the AW169 has been intriguing, and of course the 135s/145s.



Q: What is your favorite destination?

Favorite Destination? Well I guess that location pin is always moving. There are incredible places to fly around in South Africa. Most memorable flights (Which always involved the use of Air Navigation pro) Were flying along the stretch of coast that extends from Durban, to the Eastern Cape. Flying further North to visit the wildlife parks, and inland to the Drakensberg Mountains. Although at present my favorite destination is the one my fiancĂ©’ and I have recently arrived to in order to encourage career progression. Norway is an incredibly beautiful country, and I look forward to exploring it further from the air!



Q: How did you come across Air Navigation PRO?

I recall searching for a navigation app that could be supported across multiple devices to make on-the-go flight planning and preparation effortless. The fact that it proved to be an efficient and reliable real-time navigation application was an added bonus.

Q: What are the 5 best things you like about our app? Please elaborate.
  1. User friendly (Easy to interpret and modify during flight)
  2. Supported over multiple devices
  3. Aeronautical maps and aeronautical database catalogue is extensive, easy to add on and update.
  4. Great for pre-flight route planning and chart study.
  5. Competitively priced
Q: Have you tried other navigating apps?

I’ve always stuck with Air Navigation pro. As mentioned before the database and map catalogue is pretty extensive and current. Traveling and transitioning between airspaces was fluid, I was already familiar with the user interface and developed trust in the product and felt no need to change. (The app worked equally good in South African and UK Airspace)

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Q: Can you please tell me a story of the best times you have had with our app? If you can name more than one instance, that would be awesome!

There have been multiple. Every cross-country flight would be accompanied by my iPad and Airnav pro. Even on local/familiar routes it served its purpose and held its place. For instructional flights, the flight trace screen shot would support a good student debrief and analysis of wind conditions and required track corrections. It was a means to bring theoretical and practical navigation aspects to together, and to life. I think what I really appreciate is the collaboration of technology with traditional navigation and chart reading techniques. Reading the chart, analyzing the typography and cross referencing that information with the weather presented on the other side of the “windshield” gave me the opportunity to make better, and safer decisions to meet safe objectives. It’s so much more than just a purple line to be followed. It’s a resource to improve situational awareness, and an asset to be “unfolded” before each flight begins.

Q: If you could talk to non-users about our app, what would you tell them?

It’s an app that’s adaptable. It can be more than just a navigational aid if you’re willing to see it as so. I like to think of it as another arrow in my “quiver”, another resource, another tool I can use to keep my passengers and I safe. 

Q: What do you do when you’re not flying?

Fulfilling a creative outlet. Writing, reading, drawing, trying to better capture light (photography). Exercising. Over philosophizing. Investing time in my Fiance’, Family and Friends who are considered such. And of course, hanging out with my dogs, who keep teaching me that amidst all of this activity, creativity and ambition there is peace in just being present. 

You can find Kirsten Augustyn in Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. She also has a blog, that we mentioned earlier where she likes to write about her thoughts, opinions and experiences.

If you're interested to read more about our users and some interesting persons in the aviation industry, you can check out our other highlights:

- Bruno Temporetti of Argentina
- Pilot Queens from Around the World 
- Lio Mougel French Pilot for Air Race 1
- Aviation Painter André Eisele
- Mirko Ragni of Italy

Are you a pilot with cool travel stories and you want to be featured on our blog?

Send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instragram or send us an e-mail at gama@airnavigation.aero.

to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.

Blue Skies, 
The Air Navigation Team
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07 December 2017

10+ Holiday Gift Ideas for Pilots and Aviation Lovers!


The most-anticipated and most-awaited Season of Giving is fast-approaching and the Air Navigation Pro team has searched far and wide, hoping to curate the best gift ideas for any pilot. If you're looking for something to buy for your lover, spouse, family member, friend, coworker or even a boss, we've got you covered. These gender-neutral selections are not only in-depth but they are also mindful of a person's needs and wants. For every category or option, there is a wide assortment of various products that range from affordable to really expensive, that will surely please aviators and aviation lovers alike.

We understand that giving a gift to a pilot is a tricky thing. The gift has to be functional, yet elegant; and since a pilots usually have high pay grades, it might be even trickier to find something that he or she hasn't already bought for himself or herself. Our list may not be the most perfect one but it will give you enough ideas to plan for what you should buy.

Here are our holiday gift ideas for pilots:

Power Bank ($14 to $150)

A power bank is a chargeable portable gadget that stores power and allows you to transfer it to any mobile device by the means of a USB cable. It's a handy device to have around especially during long trips when you don't get a lot of opportunities to plug to an electric source.



A pilot would love a power bank as a present because one could never have too many power banks; and it's extremely helpful during emergencies when he needs to charge up a gadget. A practical and useful gift like a power bank would tell the pilot that you are concerned about his or her well-being.

Video Camera ($175++)

A video camera is a device that creates, records and stores moving images. In a world dominated by social media and other vlogging platforms, a pilot's ability to freely travel from one place to another will surely bring about stories worth telling and video recording. Although mobile phones can also record videos, pilots would need a camera that can be easily mounted.


Some pilots buy video cameras with their first paycheck so it's not uncommon for a pilot to already possess one or more video recording equipment. If the pilot already has a video camera then it might be beneficial to get him an accessory that complements his or her use like the next item on our list.

Suction Cup Mount ($10-$40)

One of the interesting things about being a pilot is taking videos while flying an aircraft. Sometimes, he or she won't have time to manually hold and record his or her device; and a tripod won't be able to hold on it's own because it's not on a stable flat surface.


Suction cup mounts are inexpensive and sturdy mounts meant to hold a video recorder steady while in flight, which makes vlogging and general documentation much easier. If the aviator already has his own set of cameras and mounts, then you can buy him or her something he or she can still use in-flight such as the next item.

Pilot Headset ($120++)

 Professional noise-cancelling headsets are expensive, which is why a lot of pilots just opt to borrow those supplied by the air fields or airports. A personalized pilot headset would show your beloved aviator that you care. If he or she already has one, at least your present could be used as spare in case of emergency.


Air Navigation Pro Subscription

A pilot assistant mobile app that help in navigation is important. It's not exactly the main source of aviation navigation but it's an essential backup tool in case of emergencies or when you're planning flights in advance. The Air Navigation Pro is a GPS real-time navigation app that is available in iOS, Android and Mac.

It has a lot of features like alerts that give you situational awareness and allow you to respond smartly to any circumstance; waypoint search function to give you the freedom to choose which way you want to go; as well as various updated approach charts from all over the world.

Give your favorite pilot the gift of safety this Holiday season with the Air Navigation Pro for iOS, Android and Mac.

Watch the video below:


DSLR/HD Camera ($400++)

A digital single-lens reflex camera is perfect in capturing landscapes, portraits and images under low light situations. Since aviators get to explore beautiful heights and views that only few get to see, being equipped with a professional camera would help tell their story better. Buying a DSLR camera for pilot is not only sweet but also useful.


Fashion Pieces ($120++)

They say that accessories can possibly make or break a look. One of the sure ways to show that you care is buying a pilot fashion pieces like scarves, aviator sunglasses (fittingly named after their profession), jacket and other clothing that they could use in any season or weather. You can even add a personalized touch like a name embroidery or customized patch.


Journal ($25-$150)

The ability to travel around the world will always come with a lot of stories worth telling and documenting. If the pilot already has a camera and video recorder for documentation, then you can give him or her the gift of traditional keepsakes like a leather-bound journal or a big scrapbook (if you know for a fact that the pilot is a creative person).


Personalized Do It Yourself (DIY) Holiday Presents ($1-$30)

If you're working on a tight budget, you don't have to worry because we also got that covered. Pilots are simple beings who get homesick from time to time especially during long trips to foreign places; so a simple photo of family in a small do-it-yourself paper frame would already suffice (especially if the pilot is your father or mother).

Check out this DIY video for ideas:



Laptop/Notebook ($200++)

Since an aviator is always on the go, it's important for them to have a device with most of their files wherever they go. A laptop is one of the most versatile gadgets that operate like a desktop but still has the convenience of a smaller and more mobile device.



Sites that Specialize in Products for Pilots

If you're still unsure after all the items we've shown you then you can head on down to a site that specializes in pilot products like X-Naut. They currently have a holiday promo, $50 off of active cooling mounts and bundles. They ship their stylish pilot items worldwide for your convenience.


Something Money Can't Buy

If all else fails, you can always just give them something that money can't buy: time, love and affection. Pilots get homesick, so a simple photo of family in a small do-it-yourself paper frame would already light up their hearts. In the spirit Yuletide gift-giving season, always remember that it's the thought that counts; and sometimes, the things that money can't buy are worth more than any present from the store.

Air Navigation Pro wants to wish you and your family 
Happy Holidays!


to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.

Do you have a cool Air Navigation Pro story you want to share? Send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instagram or send us an e-mail at gama@airnavigation.aero.

Blue Skies, 
The Air Navigation Team

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06 December 2017

Air Navigation Pro Pilot Story Highlight: Mirko Ragni of Italy


Pilots are some of the people in the world who live the most fascinating lives. The Air Navigation Pro team believes that listening to the stories of aviators from all walks of life will inspire more people to venture into the esteemed profession. Today we feature Mirko Ragni, a 21-year-old pilot taking up Aeronautical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano.

Q: Tell us something about your aviation background:

I’ve studied at the aeronautic school in Como and I started flying in a small airfield near Milano. The first aircraft that I’ve flown was a Tecnam P96G with 80 HP. It was a fantastic airplane and since it was the aircraft in which I learned to fly I have a special bond with it. Now I fly an I.C.P. Savannah S which it is not as performing as the P96 but fun to fly all the same. I’m now doing the apprenticeship to become a flight instructor at Cogliate airfield. This is amazing because it gives me the opportunity to teach to other people my passion and when you feel that someone can fly a plane and you are the person who make this possible is the most regarding thing in the world.

Q: How did you know that you wanted to become a Pilot?

Flying is a lifestyle and that is what I really like about it. It changes you not only as a pilot but as a person. I started flying at 16 years old and I since then my personality changed, you start to deal with real problems that need immediate decision and action to be properly solved and you start to judge the situation from a lot of different perspective to make the right decision. The same principle that you apply to judge a meteorological condition, for example, can be applied to real life problems and the training you have as a pilot changes the way you think and act.

Q: How did you come across Air Navigation Pro? What was your opinion about it?

Once I’ve taken my pilot license my piloting skills started to improve, and I felt more and more the desire to go and fly to new places and discover new horizons, so here where Air Navigation Pro came into play. Since I was, and I am a student I didn’t have money to afford a Garmin GPS or something similar, so I started to do some research on aviation app that could do the job of helping me to navigate everywhere I like. I tried a lot of different apps, like “Garmin Pilot”, “Flight assistant”, “LK800”, “Sky Demon”, etc. but no one really convinced me. Someone where advertise like free but then you need a hundred euros subscription to make them work properly or other were just unusable. Finally, I got across Air Navigation Pro and in it I found everything I was looking for. It is easy to use, easy to change thing in flight and even if you don’t want to buy anything in the app you can still have a wonderful experience.

Q: What are the 5 things you like about Air Navigation Pro?

If I must describe 5 things that I like the most of Air Navigation Pro is its simplicity, its clear graphics, it gives you just the right flight data without overflowing you with thousands of useless data that during flight could only mess things up, its ability to have affordable and useful add-ons and that you can basically use one app to plan and execute your flight.

Q: What would you tell people about Air Navigation Pro?

To a non-user I would say that with this app you can practically do everything, you can plan your flight, you can apply instant changes to it and see all the flight data you need, you can very easily navigate with it and you can even export you flight plan and send it to other users so you can fly in formation with the same flight plan, you can connect it to a large variety of external sensors and you can even train yourself using it and improve you flight skills by connecting it to your flight simulator. I mean what would you want more than that? It’s fantastic.


Q: What do you do when you're not flying?

When I'm not flying I mostly study since I go to the university, but in the free time I like to do some fun project like building 3D printed autonomous flying drones or just general DIY project where I combine my engineering skills with my 3D printer to make cool projects and sometimes I post my project on a web site called Thingiverse so every one could replicate my projects. Finally I like to spend some quality time with my girlfriend and family.


Q: Can you share with us what your future plans are?

My future plans, once I finish the university, are to become a Flight Test Engineer, I really like that job and I hope I could succeed in doing that. It's an amazing job where you can combine engineering with real flying (not like the engineers who project an airplane and never trying to fly it) and testing new equipment or systems.

Q: Where are your dream travel destinations?

If I have to choose where I like to travel in the future are definitely the Scandinavian countries and even better wold be if I manage to fly there in my small airplane. That would be the flight of a life time. Then I'd like to visit Canada, Japan and the South Pole. I know that the South Pole sounds a bit ambitious but it's a place that I really want to see and that fascinates me a lot.

Thanks for sharing your awesome story with us, Mirko!

Mirko also has a Youtube channel where he experiments with 3D Printing and other cool stuff. You can go check it out if you're interested in the kind of functional art pieces he creates.

If you're interested to read more about our users and some interesting persons in the aviation industry, you can check out our other highlights:

- Bruno Temporetti of Argentina
- Pilot Queens from Around the World 
- Lio Mougel French Pilot for Air Race 1
- Aviation Painter André Eisele
- Patrick Cotter of New Zealand

Are you a pilot with cool travel stories and you want to be featured on our blog?

Send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instragram or send us an e-mail at gama@airnavigation.aero.

to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.

Blue Skies, 
The Air Navigation Team
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29 November 2017

The Santa Claus Flight Mathematics


The Air Navigation Pro team believes that flight calculations should not be limited to planes and helicopters, but on hovered reindeer-driven sleighs as well. On this most joyous season, we have decided to do our own calculations of the journey jolly old Saint Nick better known as Santa Claus.

While these calculations may be more of an estimate, and highly improbable for any human, it might be fun to get to know the numbers and figures involved in the famous around-the-world trip.

According to the World Population Data, there is an estimate of 2 billion children (from ages 0-15) out of the 7.5 billion population worldwide as of mid-2017. 1 billion of these children can be found in Asia, which has a land area of 44.58 million square kilometer.


In theory, Santa has around 31 hours of Christmas to work with, due to the difference in time zones and the rotation of the Earth, assuming he travels east to west, maximizing this time stretch. The entire Earth has a total area of 510.1 million square kilometers, which means that Santa would have to travel 16.45 million kmph to visit all places on Earth, not including the stops to drop off presents.

The speed is one thing, the weigh of his sled would be another conundrum. Carrying around 2 billion presents, granted that every present only weighed at most 500 grams each, translates to 1 billion kilograms or 1.1 million tons! Aside from the weight, the size of the presents will create another mathematical problem which would question the size of the sled and its ability to travel in the speeds indicated above.

Or maybe there aren't as many nice kids are we think.

Watch the short video below:




to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.

Do you have a cool Air Navigation Pro story you want to share? Send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instagram or send us an e-mail at gama@airnavigation.aero.

Blue Skies, 
The Air Navigation Team


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Popular Science , Math of Santa Claus, Santa Claus: An Engineer's Theory 
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27 November 2017

Air Navigation Pro Pilot Highlight: Patrick Cotter of New Zealand


Every flight has a destination and every pilot has a story to tell. We, the members of the Air Navigation team, are thrilled to read about them and learn more about our app users. We want to share pilot experiences and highlights so that we reach out to other aviation personnel and inspire them to continue all the good work they do. Today, we are happy to feature Patrick Cotter, Pazza18 in Instagram. He is a 26-year-old pilot that works in Skydive Taupo from Taupo, New Zealand.

Q: What do you love most about flying aircrafts?

I’ve always wanted to fly since I was around seven years old, now that I’m doing it as my day job it’s a dream come true! Flying definitely frees the mind yet also makes you feel like you can go anywhere, anytime.

Q: How did you come across Air Navigation PRO?

I was recommended it by a friend around six years ago. At the time, it was the only app that had New Zealand VNC charts available which was the big stand out for me.

Q: What are the best things you like about our app?

Ease of use has to be the biggest positive of the app. I picked it up and could work out how to use the app without any prompting in around five minutes and have seen others do the same. Competition apps certainly aren’t anywhere near as intuitive. Clarity of display is another excellent feature. Bright colors for the charts and customization to allow de-cluttering of the map to the appropriate level of detail for your flight. Insertable flight plans is an excellent feature, previous to skydive flying I was a survey pilot and flew GPS survey transects off my iPad running AirNav and it worked perfectly. 

International support is excellent as well, I have used the app flying overseas and it provides the same experience in all countries that are supported as what I have come to expect while flying in NZ. The massive increase in situational awareness is the key to the app though, it’s an excellent navigation tool and provides peace of mind in the event of things not going to plan or unexpected changes while airborne.

Q: Have you tried other navigating apps?

I’ve tried Brand X and found it to be far more confusing and less user orientated that AirNav. It’s user interface is far less intuitive and is more geared specifically towards Australian operations as many of its features aren’t available in other countries. I’ve also had a go with Brand Y on the ground and found it to be even worse in the exact same ways as Brand X to the point I haven’t tried flying with it.

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Q: Can you please tell me a story of the best times you have had with our app?

I’ve had many good times with the app, and it has also helped me out of some tight corners in my flying career to date. Some of the best times I've had using AirNavPro have been when it has proven to be a reliable back up on commercial operations, allowing for a flight to be completed when otherwise it would've been aborted or additional time taken which would reduce the productivity of the flight. When the handheld GPS overheated on a survey flight, AirNavPro allowed us to continue the flight with a flight plan overlay over VNC charts. From then on, I switched completely to using AirNavPro as the primary navigation source for my survey flying. Also when I first got into skydive flying, the aircraft I flew had battery powered GPS units that failed on multiple occasions. More than once I transitioned over to AirNavPro for running the spot using the OBS function which provided identical accuracy to our regular systems.

Q: If you could talk to non-users about our product, what would you tell them?

To anyone that hasn't used AirNavPro, you're definitely missing out! If you're new to flying, first make sure you're confident with dead reckoning, map reading and traditional means of navigation. Then increase your toolbox of skills with AirNavPro, you'll be amazed at the increase in your situational awareness is as well as the ability to stay ahead of the aircraft easier. To anyone who is an experienced pilot and is looking at getting a navigation app, AirNavPro is an easy to use option that offers many features to cater to your flying needs.

Thank you so much for your stories, Patrick! To know more about him, you can follow his Instagram.

The interview is in full English, other apps mentioned have been changed to brand X, brand Y etc.

If you're interested to read more about our users and some interesting persons in the aviation industry, you can check out our other highlights:

- Bruno Temporetti of Argentina
- Pilot Queens from Around the World 
- Lio Mougel French Pilot for Air Race 1
- Aviation Painter AndrĂ© Eisele 

Are you a pilot with cool travel stories and you want to be featured on our blog?
Send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instragram or send us an e-mail at gama@airnavigation.aero.

to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro iOS, 
you can also visit our website at 
and check the manual for additional details on how to use the new features.

Blue Skies, 
The Air Navigation Team
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