Answer

Answer
Not a bug

When we surveyed various pilots about the order of information on the airport details page, we found that everyone had a different idea of what should be first or what the most important information is. This is why we created the "sticky navigation bar" (see red outlined area in screenshot below) which allows users to quickly jump to the main sections of the airport details. This almost eliminates the need to scroll at all. No matter where you are on an airport details page, the sticky navigation bar will be available and can be used to "jump" to the next section of interest.


A link to the AOPA home page will be included when we release the redesigned main navigation header. We want to maximize the space available to the app so a minimal version of the header will be at the top of the page with links to log in / log out as well as return to the home page. To get to the home page now, you can click the blue "New Search" button at the top left of the page. Back on the main search page you can click on the AOPA logo at the top left to return to the AOPA home page.




Answer
Not a bug

When we surveyed various pilots about the order of information on the airport details page, we found that everyone had a different idea of what should be first or what the most important information is. This is why we created the "sticky navigation bar" (see red outlined area in screenshot below) which allows users to quickly jump to the main sections of the airport details. This almost eliminates the need to scroll at all. No matter where you are on an airport details page, the sticky navigation bar will be available and can be used to "jump" to the next section of interest.


A link to the AOPA home page will be included when we release the redesigned main navigation header. We want to maximize the space available to the app so a minimal version of the header will be at the top of the page with links to log in / log out as well as return to the home page. To get to the home page now, you can click the blue "New Search" button at the top left of the page. Back on the main search page you can click on the AOPA logo at the top left to return to the AOPA home page.