05 August 2019

Air Navigation Pro Video Feature: How do airplanes fly? by JAES



Air Navigation Pro Video Feature: 

How do airplanes fly? by JAES


Air Navigation Pro is pleased to feature JAES or Japan American European Solutions, a company specialized in providing both industrial maintenance and all the necessary industrial spare parts with customer support at 360 degrees. 

Not only JAES offers industrial services but they also produced instructional videos in immersive 3D graphics on how airplanes, helicopters and other aircraft work. 

Thus, here is an extensive video feature on how do airplanes fly in 3D animation brought to you by JAES Company. 


In this video, JAES explains how an airplane flies and how the pilots are able to control it, in a simple but very specific way.

An airliner is typically defined as an aircraft intended for carrying multiple passengers or cargo in commercial service. When the Wright brothers made the world's first sustained heavier-than-air-flight, they laid the foundation for what would become a major transport industry. 

Listing every single component of an airplane is almost impossible. The modern airliners, in fact, are composed of a huge variety of mechanical, hydraulic and electronic components. 

You ever wondered how such a large object, made up of all these components, can lift off the ground and fly hundreds of people at an altitude of thousands of feet? 

So, how does the wing rise when it is by the airflow? Coanda Effect or Bernoulli effect?


Watch the video below or on JAES YouTube channel to find out how:




Aside from being constantly engaged in the supply of all spare parts necessary for the production, assembly, and maintenance of an aircraft, they are also a qualified partner to some of the most important aircraft manufacturers.


To know more about JAES Company, you can visit their official website and read their online catalog. Also, stay connected and check out their LinkedIn page.



If you have any questions or comments about the video feature, you can directly reach out to JAES Company through their sites stated above or you can also send us a message in one of our social media accounts Facebook, Instagram or send us an e-mail at sharmaine@airnavigation.aero.

Need help? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). If you have questions that are not found in our FAQ, please don't hesitate to reach out and contact us here.


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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01 August 2019

Air Navigation Pro Monthly Inbox - July 2019







Air Navigation Pro Monthly Inbox - July 2019



While the team at Air Navigation Pro is continuously working on the Air Navigation Pro app to be the flight assistant that you need, our support team collects all your feedback every month. After that, they compile the top five questions for the month to make it easier for you to navigate the Air Navigation Pro app. 


Here's the Monthly Inbox for July 2019:



1. How can I sync purchased products across devices?



To sync all your products with your different devices, you must first connect your Air Navigation account on each device. 


To do so, go to Tools >> Account.





If purchased products are done through the App Store or Play Store, you can sync them via Air Navigation account.

First, always sync the products in the device where you originally purchased them.


Once you are logged in your Air Navigation account:


go to Configuration >> Store >> and tap Restore toolbar. 






For iOS device, enter Apple iTunes ID and password and then, press OK. 



Wait until products are shown.  From the Restore screen, you can install the product of your choice.






2. How can I rename a route?



You can rename a route based on your preference.


To do so: 


For iPad/Tablet devices, 


tap Resize toolbar to display the instruments panel. 




In the Route instrument,

 tap the Route and popover will appear >> enter the name.





In order to save changes:

For iPad, tap anywhere outside the popover to save automatically. For tablet, tap the Save button. 







For phone devices,


tap the Route tab bar and from the summary, tap the Route. Then, enter the name. 








In order to save changes:


For iPhone, tap the Close button. For Android smartphones, tap the Save button. 





3. If I buy a map, how long is it valid?


Map is classified as a non-subscription product that doesn't have a validity period. As a new map is released, an addon map becomes outdated. However, a map that is included in a country package will be valid within the package subscription validity. Within the subscription year, you will have the latest map available.








4. How can I renew package subscription in the app?


For App Store and Google Play subscriptions, both will renew automatically unless you unsubscribe.
Apple and Google will take care of storing payment information with the same payment method and will automatically charge upon purchase. 


 Here's how you check your subscriptions and next billing date:


For Android:

Open Google Play Store >> Menu.







Tap Account to see you are connected to your Google account. Then, tap Subscriptions. 





For iOS:

Go to Settings >> iTunes & App Store.




On your Apple ID, tap View Apple ID and enter your Apple ID and password or fingerprint ID when prompted. Then, tap Subscriptions.











You can also check out our blog on how to renew subscriptions via the Services Website



5. Can I log in using my Facebook or Google account in Air Navigation?


Yes, you can.


Social authentication is now available for use with your Air Navigation Account across Air Navigation Pro iOS and Android, Air Navigation Services and Air Navigation Manager. 

This feature is a single sign-on designed to simplify the login process for users. You can continue to use your existing Air Navigation Account or choose to authenticate via Facebook or Google account. 


Scenario A. Your Air Navigation Pro account uses the same email as your Facebook or Google account. 

Simply login using your desired social media account to connect directly to your Air Navigation Account. All your Air Navigation Account data continues to be served to this account.













Scenario B. Your Air Navigation Pro account uses a different email than your Facebook or Google account. 

If you wish to connect via your Facebook or Google account, simply login using your chosen social account, then from the Air Navigation Services website, navigate to My Account/Profile and click on the "link accounts" button and then enter your existing Air Navigation Pro Account credentials. This action will link your social media and Air Navigation Account together. 














We know having lots of different accounts for different apps and websites is hard to keep track of. Using this social authentication feature, managing your Air Navigation Account is now even easier. 

Air Navigation Desktop does not support social authentication yet, so if you use the social authentication on your Air Navigation Account, connect to Air Navigation Desktop using the user name code provided in your Air Navigation Account profile, then go to My Account and check AN Desktop at the very bottom of the page. 






If you have questions that are not listed above, feel free to leave a comment below or message us on Facebook or visit our FAQ page and support center .

Are you a pilot with cool travel stories that you want to share? Send us a message on our social media accounts Facebook , Instragram or send us an e-mail at sharmaine@airnavigation.aero.


to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro in iOS and Android, 
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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03 July 2019

Air Navigation Pro Monthly Inbox - June 2019



Air Navigation Pro Monthly Inbox - June 2019



The Air Navigation Pro team is always working hard nonstop to make the app functional the best way possible. Last month, we announced the newest Flight Briefing in Air Navigation Pro version 7.4 for iOS. With this, our support team collects all the concerns and feedback from our users and compiled the top five frequently asked questions to give you direct answers to these queries.  


In the latest Air Navigation Pro version 7.4 for iOS, preparing your flight is a breeze. We have developed a new way for you to organize your pre-flight preparation, with the Flight Briefing. This new Briefing is seamlessly integrated into the Air Navigation Pro app, all the necessary documents that you need in planning your flight is stored in one place and in a logical sequence. As soon as you're done requesting a briefing and creating a route, you can proceed to the next steps right away.

This release will let you enjoy and get more from the pre-flight briefing.


Thus, here's the list of the top five FAQ's about the Flight Briefing:


1. Where can I find the Operational Flightplan? 



In the latest Air Navigation Pro version 7.4 for iOS, we introduced Briefing. Thus, to find the Operational Flightplan or Navigational Log: 


 Briefing folder >> Navigation Log and tap "Create Document".



You can also find Operational Flightplan or Navigational Log in PDF at the bottom of the screen.



In the PDF,  you can see all the information related to your Navigational Log. Once completed, you can enable the "Document ready for flight". This button locks the document from further editing. 



To save, share, and print PDF, just tap the Share icon on the lower left button at the bottom bar.





2. How can I create a new aircraft profile?


The aircraft selection previously located in Documents is now moved to the Flight Parameters section. This aims to provide a better menu while creating a new aircraft profile and choosing an aircraft. 


To do so:

  Flight Parameters >>  New aircraft >>  input aircraft details including Weight and Balance and then, Done.








To choose your aircraft:

Flight Parameters >> under Aircraft list, select your aircraft. Checkmark will appear as selected. 





3. How can I request for a NOTAM? 



This feature requires a subscription. The menu to request and see briefing is now moved in the NOTAM section in Briefing. You just need to create a document, fill it out and then input your request. 


To do so:

Briefing folder >> NOTAMs >> tap "Create a document".  Then, tap PDF icon.



In the PDF, you can see all the information about the NOTAMs. Once completed, you can enable the "Document ready for flight". This button locks the document from further editing. 



To save, share, and print PDF, just tap the Share icon on the lower left button at the bottom bar.




You can also display the NOTAMs on the moving map.


To do so:


From the toolbar Map options, be sure you toggle on the button "Show NOTAMs on map" and "Show NOTAM radius".










4. How can I create the Weight and Balance of an aircraft? 


You can create and update a document of an aircraft.

First, provide all the details of your current aircraft from the aircraft profile under Flight Parameters. After filling out the necessary information, proceed to:  



Briefing >> Weight and Balance >> tap "Create Document" to find selected or current aircraft profile.



Input additional details and tap "Calculate W & B" to see the computation. 



Then, tap PDF icon to see all the information on the Weight and Balance sheet. Once completed, you can enable the "Document ready for flight". This button locks the document from further editing.  





To save, share, and print PDF, just tap the Share icon on the lower left button at the bottom bar.




5.  How can I file an ATC Flightplan? 


Another feature that is moved under Briefing is the ATC Flightplan. This is a paid subscription and you are provided with ATC Flightplan form in order to submit your request.


To do so:


Briefing >> ATC Flightplan >> tap "Create Document".  Then, tap PDF icon. 



In the PDF, you can see all the information on your request. Once reviewed and completed, tap "Send to ATC". 



To save, share, and print PDF, just tap the Share icon on the lower left button at the bottom bar.





If you have questions that are not listed above, feel free to leave a comment below or message us on Facebook or visit our FAQ page and support center .

Are you a pilot with cool travel stories that you want to share? Send us a message on our social media accounts Facebook , Instragram or send us an e-mail at sharmaine@airnavigation.aero.


to discover more about the Flight planning application Air Navigation Pro in iOS and Android, 
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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