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Fltplan Go

Robin J 4 years ago updated by Keith Y 3 years ago 3

How about adding the ability to export a route to Fltplan Go (or at least Fltplan.com). Even a text version of the route would be a good start. That text could be copied and pasted into a Fltplan Go route.

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Update: 2/7/2017

Sending routes to FltPlan Go on iOS and Android has now been released to the AOPA Flight Planner.


The process is the same as with most other supported EFB apps:

  • Create a route in the AOPA Flight Planner
  • Click the "Email" button at the bottom of the Route window (left sidebar)
  • Enter an email address that can be opened on the same device where FltPlan Go is installed
  • Open the Nav Log email that you receive from AOPA on your device
  • Tap the FltPlan Go button at the top of the Nav Log to send the route to FltPlan Go


Android Users:

Due to the many combinations of devices and Android versions, the buttons at the top of the Nav Log email may or may not work correctly. If the ones at the top do not work on your device, we have provided alternate buttons at the bottom of the Nav Log email that you can try. These use a slightly different method to send the route but, require an internet connection to function. The buttons at the top do not require an internet connection but, the method used is not supported on all variations of the Andorid OS and devices.


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This integration is completed and we are expecting to release it to production in early February, 2017.

Both the AOPA Flight Planner and AOPA GO (iOS) will be able to send routes to FltPlan Go.

Answer

Update: 2/7/2017

Sending routes to FltPlan Go on iOS and Android has now been released to the AOPA Flight Planner.


The process is the same as with most other supported EFB apps:

  • Create a route in the AOPA Flight Planner
  • Click the "Email" button at the bottom of the Route window (left sidebar)
  • Enter an email address that can be opened on the same device where FltPlan Go is installed
  • Open the Nav Log email that you receive from AOPA on your device
  • Tap the FltPlan Go button at the top of the Nav Log to send the route to FltPlan Go


Android Users:

Due to the many combinations of devices and Android versions, the buttons at the top of the Nav Log email may or may not work correctly. If the ones at the top do not work on your device, we have provided alternate buttons at the bottom of the Nav Log email that you can try. These use a slightly different method to send the route but, require an internet connection to function. The buttons at the top do not require an internet connection but, the method used is not supported on all variations of the Andorid OS and devices.


Either I'm doing something wrong or it doesn't work with Andriod. I've tried it on two different devices and get the same results. The top FltPlan button doesn't appear to do anything. The bottom button opens FltPlan Go but then there is no flight plan. Both are marked "FltPlan Go (iOS)" is there supposed to be an "FltPlan (Android)" button that I'm missing? I am using the Outlook App to open my e-mail.