We completed two major milestone for FlyQ Online (ATLAS) yesterday:
- The replacement of old test data with current FAA data.
- The addition of more than 4700 Seattle Avionics Airport Diagrams.
During the initial testing phase, we manually uploaded and managed the data for FlyQ Online but now we’ve migrated the system to using new data and put in the process required to keep the data current from now on. This means the plates, airport diagrams, and digital data are now using the current, legal FAA data.
The new Seattle Avionics Airport Diagrams are a huge step forward because these very detailed diagrams cover nearly 5,000 US airports; the FAA diagrams cover about 700. Even better, these diagrams have far more details about FBO locations than the FAA diagrams so it’s now easy to know where the FBOs are. You’ll also see these diagrams in FlyQ EFB version 2.2 (now in beta testing).
Our new diagrams include coverage for almost every public airport in the continental US. We’ll be expanding this to Alaska and Hawaii soon. We’re constantly updating the data on these diagrams so be sure to email us (using the Feedback button on FlyQ Online) if you find any errors or omissions.