Jeppesen Mobile FliteDeck 3.0 is a powerful, complete mobile electronic flight bag (EFB) solution that includes the high quality terminal and enroute charting information that Jeppesen is known for in a dynamic and easy to use workflow designed by and for the professional pilot.
New functions introduced in 3.0 include:
- Smart Notes (information elevated in the context of your route)
- In-App Notifications for 'Prior Notifications' on FIR crossings.
- HTML Airway Manuals (fully indexed and searchable)
- Oceanic Tracks (for the North Atlantic, Pacific and Australia)
- SID / STAR selector
- Display of ownship on SIDS and STARS
- Highlighting improvements
Check out the 'Whats New' section in the in-app Help for a review of all of the new capabilities!
iPadOS 13 compatibility and other bug fixes
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Introduced into our 121 operation 4 years ago. Slowdowns observed if multiple apps are left running in the background. Simple policy change was implemented not to leave apps running when not used; haven’t had performance issues since.
Don’t get to comfy
I love Jeppesen. I love the story behind it...if you haven’t read “Jepp” do so....it’s a great very short read. As is the story of Flight Safety.
As a pilot, the mark of a an excellent company that sacrifices zero safety, is the one that furnishes each and every one of their pilots with their own subscription of Jeppesen. This allows them to begin the preparation even before they get to the airplane. And keep up with changes to frequented airports.
I have to preface the next by saying I would never fly without Jeppesen charts....ever.
My wish list.
1.)More “saved flights”.
A minimum of 20 saved flights. Preferably 30, and a method of placing them in our own order.
2.) Allow certain symbols to be selected on the 10-9, 10-9a, Departure Diagram, Arrival Diagram. Preferably red, so that you can add outages and closures to your briefings.
I can list a few more...but I’m sure the first two will be difficult enough to program.
I’ll close by thanking Elry for his endless commitment to precision measurement and data collection. A true pioneer of aviation. 10 bucks says half the flights he did measuring his first charts were in a Boeing Stearman.....Good match.
Better than previous
This is the best FD version yet (ref. iPad 2, 3, non-iOS 7), and the user interface, particularly for terminal charts, is getting to where it needs to be. Terminal chart selection has been much improved and is not as cumbersome as it was before. Switching between plates (two finger swipe) is easy now. Enroute however is still clunky, slow, and frustrating. Other than choosing the route airports for the terminal charts, it's not worth using.
For those that want Jepp charts in Foreflight (the gold standard, against which all others *should* be measured), they are fundamentally incompatible as Jepp charts are rendered (dynamically drawn/created for the view you select) and Foreflight charts are complete images (pdf's?). That's why Foreflight uses gobs of memory and Jepp does not....
Jepp: How about 'Up One' and 'Reverse' buttons next to the Origin, and Destination airport fields in Enroute? 'Up One' would delete the Origin airport and move the Destination airport into the origin field. Yes, I know the iPad is portable, but I would venture that most pilots will fly their next leg from the arrival airport of the previous leg. That would save some deleting and typing steps when loading the next leg...
- 297 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.