Mon, Jul 17, 2006
And We Do Mean 'Free!'
OK, folks... here's
another one of those really cool Oshkosh-goodies we've been hinting
at... and the best part about it is, you can keep using it long
after the final plane has departed Wittman Field.
In conjunction with our friends at Seattle Avionics, Aero-News
will be offering a Travel Update on our homepage, as well as for
readers of our daily Propwash newsletter, throughout AirVenture
The graphic image, updated every morning, will show TFRs, radar,
cloud cover, winds aloft, and other data... all appearing on a
chart similar to what you'll find in Seattle Avionics' Voyager
FreeFlight software. What's more, you can customize this image to
display whatever YOU want to show!
Pretty cool, eh? But wait... it gets even better. In addition to
displaying this information on the Aero-News website... Seattle Avionics is also offering a special, FREE
version of Voyager FreeFlight for ANN readers to download for their
"As our readers plan to
head out to Oshkosh, we want that experience to be as safe and
troublefree as possible," said Aero-News Editor-In-Chief Jim
Campbell. "We're really thrilled to be working with Seattle
Avionics -- some of the best software weenies we know -- to offer the ANN branded flight
planner, as just another way we can help the community
Look for our ANN-branded travel planner in the coming days --
and be sure to download your version of Voyager FreeFlight, to use
for when you fly to Oshkosh... and for your flights to come!
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