FlightMath was developed with pilots and flight simulator fans in mind, to replace the clumsy ASA E6-B Flight Computer.
It takes full advantage of the Mac's interface to make the traditionally tedious preflight calculations extremely easy (some say even fun).
For instance, instead of fussing with using a pencil to make marks on a chart to compute course corrections in the midst of winds, you simply drag the hands around a compass rose, with a hand each for wind direction and true course.
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