AeroPlus Flightplan app integrates with SkyDemon

AeroPlus Flightplan app integrates with SkyDemon Doesburg – AeroPlus collaborated with SkyDemon. Our AeroPlus Flightplan app for iPhone/iPad now integrates with the SkyDemon app on the same mobile platform. The result is a total integrated flying solution ... Read more ...

Courchevel Altiport Intro

Flying to the French Alps Courchevel (LFLJ) is an altiport in the French alps with a rather challenging runway. The total runway is only 537 meter long with an upslope of 19%. You need either a special site license or a mountain rating to be allowed to land ... Read more ...

Flightplan 2.1 App – Just Released

Native Flightplan App for iPhone | iPad Doesburg, June 17, 2013 – We just released the latest version of our flightplan app in the Apple AppStore. We rebuild the app from the ground up, simplified the user-interface and added some very cool features. We ... Read more ...

How to Get your Wife to Fly with You – Part 3

Emergencies Lets assume you sit in the cockpit of an airplane next to the pilot who then all of a sudden becomes incapacitated during flight. What do you do? That is a good question to ask yourself while sitting next to your flying husband.Luckily, this ... Read more ...

How to Get your Wife to Fly with You – Part 2

Aircraft designed with women in mind COPA, the Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association, organises several events each year where Cirrus pilots meet each other, receive (flight) training and are updated with the latest news. Recently I joined my husband to the ... Read more ...

How to Get your Wife to Fly with You – Part 1

Flying Along I have the great privilege of being able to regularly join my husband on his flights throughout Europe in a small but fast aircraft. He is a private pilot and flies mainly for business. We often combine the business appointment with a visit to ... Read more ...

Flying on Supplemental Oxygen

Flying on Supplemental Oxygen Jets and airliners utilise pressurised cabins, where the air pressure inside the aircraft is kept at an artificial low altitude at which altitude you do not need any supplemental oxygen. When flying in a non-pressurized aircraft ... Read more ...