Congratulations, you have found one of the finest E6B aviation flight calculators available for the Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
With more than 75 aviation calculations, unit conversions and aviation weather reports, we are sure you will find myE6B beneficial in helping to solve the planning and navigating problems associated with flying.
In addition to a comprehensive set of flight planning calculations, myE6B includes convenient access to global METAR, TAF, AIR/SIGMET and PIREP reports, and a handy search utility for finding unknown ICAO weather station codes.
Quickly perform more than 75 aviation related calculations, including many that typically require pilots to download separate apps, such as fuel calculations and converters. myE6B accommodates every pilot's calculation and flight-planning needs in a convenient package for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
• Time, speed & distance calculations
• Advanced fuel calculations
• Wind calculations
• Altitude calculations
• Add & subtract time
• GPS coordinate converter
myE6B offers in-app access to pilot weather reports, so pilots don't have to leave the app to check the latest conditions. Search by ICAO code or browse a database of worldwide reporting stations.
• Cloud base
• MOTNE / SNOWTAM decoder
• ICAO Code database
myE6B includes more than 65 conversions and features in-calc unit converters for all metric and U.S. units, so pilots can quickly adjust results to the preferred unit of measurement.
• Latitude & longitude
• Fuel and more
myE6B is built and maintained by pilots for pilots and includes the real calculations, not "rule of thumb" estimates like others.
Try myE6B today, you will not be disappointed, as it is tried, tested, and proven by thousands of professional pilots across the globe every day.
Visit our website for more details: http://myE6B.com
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
1. Fixed the 'Delete All Rows' button on the Time Calculator
2. Fixed the 'Shortcut Icons' found at the bottom of the menu screen when the iPad is in portrait orientation
1. Update for iOS 11 & iPhone X
2. Fixed issue selecting fields hidden by keyboard
3. Verified DA calculations are correct
Density altitude in feet = pressure altitude in feet + (120 x (OAT - ISA temperature))
Corrected an issue that prevented the app from opening on some iPhones after updating to 2.3.11
1. Added ability to bookmark frequently used calculations
2. Fixed bearing on distance between points calculation
3. Removed degree symbol from climb gradient
4. TAS and CAS now standardized on TAT
5. Improved iPad split view compatibility
6. Changed the App icon
7. Dimmed the background image on the menu screen
Ratings and Reviews
Very useful app!
Experienced pilot here. Nothing beats working the whiz wheel but this has everything a pilot uses. I first got this a few years ago just to check my work and still use it now that I’ve gotten my Instrument rating. This has improved leaps and bounds from once I first downloaded it. Only one suggestion, a beginner pilot might like to see how some calculations were made. Still...great app!
Lot of stuff
Originally I reviewed this app and found it not working. The developed set me straight which is a testament to his commitment to his product. If I inadvertently tapped MPH instead of Knots, then that was my oversight. I have never used MPH in the air; I don’t know who would. There is a lot going on in this app. The bookmark is a great weapon against this. The wind issue I had was mixup on course and heading. Again, a lot going on. I had the wind correction right but it wasn’t adding up. I was not able to use this on my cross country. It is a good app, I just found one that I don’t have to figure out how to use. In a pinch, the one I go to will be one that takes less time to use and know that I am not using the wrong settings, inadvertently or not. My thanks to the developer for solving the riddle.
Developer Response ,
Based on the information you provided, it sounds like you were using the "Finding Time" calculation. 90 Miles @ 110 KTS does, in fact, equal 42 minutes. The reason you see 42 minutes instead of the expected 49 minutes is that you selected miles (mi) instead of nautical miles (NM) for the distance unit. If change the distance unit to NM and the speed to KTS you will get the expected 49 minutes when traveling 90 NM @ 110 KTS.
Regarding your wind calculation comment, if you can tell us which of the four wind calculations you were using and the input parameters you tried, I am sure we can determine where the confusion might be.
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Must have for cold weather instrument approach
This is makes cold weather instrument approach calculations as simple as possible. No more looking up the table and doing the mental math for airport elevation etc. Simply input the the altitudes directly from the approach plate and input the airport elevation and presto, new minimums!
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- Aviation Mobile Apps, LLC.
- 6.3 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.