iApps first to be up in the air

SUNSHINE Coast company iApps has created FlightBOX, an application for iPhone and iPad created specifically for the aviation industry.

It is the only all in one flight bag app that features a customisable logbook for flight data entry and was developed through consultation with aeronautical professionals.

“We found a gap in this niche market; there was a need for an mobile application for pilots that would be useful from training and continue with them through their career,” said iApps managing director Rick Hoy.

The app combines an array of functions that were previously built as individual apps.

“Being a trainee pilot myself, I appreciated the need for an all in one app that was user friendly and covered all the flight intelligence I needed,” said Mr Hoy.

“One major benefit of FlightBOX is the personalised logbook, there is no other logbook on the market that can be customized.”

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