Pilot Atlas is a complete offline pilot map of the world with almost 45 000 airports and over 120 000 Navpoints works with both your iPad and your iPhone! Find exactly where you are in relation to any VOR or Fix.
Database also includes useful information about the airports and the navaids.
Geographical points includes major cities, lakes, rivers and much more.
The graticules are based on WGS84 so you can use your current location from any GPS to find where you are on the map or just type in the closest waypoint in the search bar.
You can draw and save your own routes and see exactly what you are flying over.
Features included are:
•Download weather for any airport
•Frequencies and idents for Nav aids
•Create and save your own routes.
•Draw a Great Circle lines to find the closes path between two airports.
•Easy to use converter – Perfect for PAs
•Temperature Correction table
•Weather brief – Create your own briefing folder with your airports and have save the weather for offline use
•Add Custom waypoints.
•Save your favorite airports
•Save notes for any airport
It was created by pilots for pilots. If you wish us to add any features please let us know and we will try to add it during the upcoming updates
This is truly a must have in your flightbag!
* Fix for NOTAMs not updating.
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Works well unless you route cross the dateline/break in the map. My course line disapears if I zoom in
I just bought this app last week and it worked on the ground. I finally got to try it in flight but my position no longer shows on the map since the update to version 2.2.2. My “ALWAYS” selection in iOS “LOCATION SERVICES” settings will not stay active after I go back to the app. There is no selection when I return to settings. I am using a “BAD ELF PRO” GPS working fine in all other apps and showing connected in the Bad Elf app. I have the same problem on my new Air 2 iPad and my iPhone 5S.n my route from PHNL TO PKMJ. Fix that and it gets 5 stars.
Maybe "Pilot Atlas" means something else in other countries but in the US it's always been similar to a road map (for cars) with the airways overlaid on it so you could identify what you saw on the ground or explain points of interest to your passengers. I even had one that listed all the a.m. radio stations locations. This map doesn't even show large lakes in my area or highways, etc so its basically useless, I already have my piloting crap, (nav screen in the cockpit) so I know where the VOR's are, I need to relate to what's on the ground so there needs to be more detail like a typical hard copy old style paper Pilot Atlas book!
Poor In Every Way
I just bought this and am very disappointed. The atlas is very low resolution. For example, I live in Colorado and Pikes Peak does not appear on the map nor do any other mountains. As you zoom in on the map the details disappear and the print is so small you need a magnifying glass to read it. Save your money on this one. Not worth it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.