New FlyQ Online and the FlyQ Family

I’m very happy to announce that ATLAS, our Web-based flight planner and aviation information system is now FlyQ Online.

The name change is important because FlyQ Online is now a full-fledged member of the FlyQ family.  This means you use FlyQ Online to plan a flight from your PC or Mac using your keyboard and mouse then have the plan automatically available to FlyQ Pocket on your smartphone and FlyQ EFB on your iPad.  It’s a remarkably efficient system.

Today we’re doing a special Webinar about using FlyQ Online and the rest of the FlyQ Family together.  It’s at 3PM Pacific today.

Click for more info or to sign-up for the Webinar.

 

5 thoughts on “New FlyQ Online and the FlyQ Family

    • Hi Craig. I’m very sorry about that. It was a screw-up. We used a new Webinar system and someone accidentally signed up for a lower service volume than we needed. It was NOT a happy camper! The good news is that we scheduled the same Webinar for next Monday and we recorded that one so you can watch the instant replay now. To sign up or watch the recorded one, see: http://seattleavionics.com/Webinars

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  1. Steve…
    Signed up for this Webinar a week ago – hurried home to watch it at 5:46 EST, only to get rejected by a message saying “Sorry – the webinar is full”. As much time and money a business spends on marketing and product promotion, I’m suprised you would not have an ‘excess’ of ‘seats available’ after you put out the invitation and encourage participation.
    Let’s see what happens tomorrow.
    Thanks,
    Randy Passeno, CFI-I
    Grand Rapids, MI

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    • Hi Randy. I’m very sorry about that. It was a screw-up. We used a new Webinar system and someone accidentally signed up for a lower service volume than we needed. It was NOT a happy camper! The good news is that we scheduled the same Webinar for next Monday and we recorded that one so you can watch the instant replay now. To sign up or watch the recorded one, see: http://seattleavionics.com/Webinars

      Steve

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  2. Very Happy! I used Atlas for planning my Thanksgiving Holiday cross country of 1000 miles plus. The best feature is getting the written flight plan from any location… sisters house, mother-in-laws house, office or home. All worked fine. Additionally the server access to my IPAD was seamless.
    Nice.

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