Available exclusively to AOPA members, AOPA GO delivers essential flight planning tools—AOPA Airports Directory, AOPA Weather and a select set of AOPA Flight Planning features in the palm of your hand.
AOPA GO is a convenient pre-flight planning tool, allowing pilots to search the industry’s most comprehensive airport directory; create, edit and file flight plans; and check a diverse gallery of aviation weather charts. Best of all, AOPA GO syncs all pilot information, aircraft profiles, flight plans, and user waypoints with the AOPA Flight Planner. Large text and different color themes makes the information easy to read in all lighting conditions. Whether you plan your flight at your desk or on the ramp, you’re covered with AOPA.
AOPA Airports Directory
AOPA GO uses your device’s physical location to identify the nearest airports, heliports, and seaplane bases. You can see all the most critical information about each at first glance or drill down to more detailed information with a single tap of the screen. The app also allows you to search for an airport by name, ident, or location and save your favorites for quick access. All the information you need about an airport is readily available—from communications and operations to fuel providers and other services available on the field and nearby.
AOPA Weather Charts
AOPA GO Weather is designed to provide “best of breed” aviation weather information by compiling the best sources available into one resource. With information and images from Jeppesen, Aviation Digital Data Service (ADDS), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), pilots get a complete picture of the weather that could affect their flight. Quickly review the METARs and TAFs closest to your location right on the main Weather screen, or choose from a gallery of national or regional weather chart images. You can also see current and forecast weather conditions along your route of flight using the Route Weather feature. Adverse weather conditions are color-coded based on severity to be more noticeable on METAR and TAF reports.
AOPA Flight Planning, powered by Jeppesen
No matter if you are creating a new flight plan from scratch, or pulling up a saved route to file for flight, AOPA GO has you covered. Built on the same powerful Jeppesen flight planning engine as the AOPA Flight Planner, the app allows you create, edit, and file flight plans and get a weather briefing using CSRA DUATS or Leidos Flight Service. Users of the AOPA Flight Planner can also include any of their saved user-defined waypoints in a flight plan.
AOPA GO version 1.6 includes the following changes/enhancements:
Push Notifications: AOPA GO can now send Push Notification Alerts when needed. This is mostly for future use, but notifications may include location oriented TFR alerts, significant weather notices, database update alerts and other pertinent issues.
iPhone X Support: AOPA GO 1.6 now displays and works properly on the iPhone X phones.
Airport Satellite Images: The issue with missing airport satellite images has been fixed.
Bug Fixes: Various bugs with flight briefings and flight plan filing have been resolved.
Ratings and Reviews
The app should be the first “go to” app for pilots' “go/no go” decision making. Why? First of all, it's a great “overview” tool, and secondly, I'd wager a bet that most of you pilots that are active run Foreflight of Garmin Pilot, anyway.
In fact, most pilots run multiple apps because there's no such thing as a “magic wand” app that solves every problem for every situation for every pilot.
Sure, for “low tier, in-the-weeds” analysis, there are more appropriate apps. But for the high-level overviews, I rank this app as top-shelf.
For what it is it’s excellent
This is really intended to be a quick weather and airport reference. It does a great job at those. The flight planner is a ‘lite’ version and that’s fine too for getting a quick idea of flight times to different spots. Thanks AOPA!
Just renewed AOPA and I am incredulous how bad this app is....
Wouldn’t let me put aircraft colors in and for that won’t save it - which means I can’t even begin flight planning...Wow. As technology goes I’m pretty hard to disappoint. But this app is a buggy piece of junk. Not worthy of the AOPA label - unless I’ve missed something over the last ten years when I was un-enrolled at AOPA....
- Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA)
- 66.9 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © (c) 2018 Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.