Aircraft Performance Group (APG), the industry leader in flight performance solutions for corporate flight operations, will host demonstrations of its newly launched iPreFlight GENESIS TM a tightly integrated, stand-alone aviation mobile planning application that combines robust, international Flight Planning, Runway Analysis, and Weight & Balance calculations
With a few simple inputs, pilots and dispatchers using iPreFlight GENESIS TM can perform all flight planning calculations including: selecting desired route from multiple route options, changing flight profiles, SID/STAR selection, alternate designations, and flight plan filing.
The demonstrations are open to all Show attendees and media representatives.
iPreFlight GENESIS TM DEMONSTRATION TIMES
All sessions will be held in conference room #N320 H.
Visit APG at NBAA at booth #4179.
Nearly 30,000 leaders in the aviation industry from around the world, including aircraft operators, manufacturers, and various service providers, will attend this premier event.
Aircraft Performance Group
Aircraft Performance Group (APG) is a flight operations engineering firm, established in 1999. APG’s primary products are takeoff, landing, flight planning, and weight and balance data services for the airline and corporate flight operations markets. APG provides services for hundreds of different aircraft types ranging from small turbo-prop aircraft for the regional airline market, narrow and wide-body aircraft for airlines, corporate turbo-prop aircraft, and wide-cabin ultra-long-haul business aircraft. APG maintains a current worldwide database of airport information and has experience in digitizing Aircraft Flight Manuals for use within our performance programs, as well as using aircraft manufacturer provided programs. APG has experience providing data services based on numerous regulatory requirements including FAA, EASA, CASA, Transport Canada, and others.
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