Fri, Apr 09, 2010
RocketRoute.com's New Flight Planning Service Connects To
Eurocontrol-approved Flight Planning for the European General
Aviation market and world-wide flight tracking are not available
thanks to a partnership between Avidyne and RocketRoute.com.
Avidyne made the announcement Thursday at the 53rd AEA convention
and trade show in Orlando, FL.
Using RocketRoute.com's web and mobile apps, for the first time
a pilot can now prepare a route, file the route and send the route
direct to their Avidyne-equipped aircraft in one simple, integrated
service. "We are bringing to all pilots a professional, low-cost
flight planning service. Our vision is to make planning routes and
sending routes to aircraft as easy for the aviation industry, as
TomTom has done for the motorist," said Uwe Nitsche, co-founder and
CTO of RocketRoute.com.
"Filing flight plans for European airspace can be a complex and
challenging endeavor, and RocketRoute.com makes this critical task
much easier, which is certainly in line with Avidyne's mission,"
said Avidyne Chief Operating Officer, Patrick Herguth. "Through
this partnership with RocketRoute.com, we can now receive flight
plans and provide our customers with position reports via our
MLX770 worldwide datalink."
In May 2010, RocketRoute.com will be launching the service in
Beta, and will provide a direct link to compatible Avidyne-equipped
aircraft. Core to RocketRoute.com is its intelligent routing
engine, which assists pilots and planners in finding a valid route
through the complex European airspace. Pilots and planners
interested in evaluating the Beta service are invited to register
their interest at RocketRoute.com.
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