By Kyle Oppenheim
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Ready to fly? Are you current? Flight Currency lets you know, at glance, if you are legal to fly as pilot in command.
Easily track your
▻ Medical certificate currency per 14 CFR 61.23
▻ BasicMed currency as specified in federal docket number FAA-2016-9157. BasicMed becomes effective on May 1, 2017.
▻ Flight review expiration per 14 CFR 61.56
▻ Recent flight experience per 14 CFR 61.57 paragraphs (a), (b), (c), and (d)
Flight Currency will correctly calculate expiration dates based on calendar months for flight reviews, medical examinations, and instrument experience. General and night experience automatically expire in 90 days.
Do you fly conventional gear aircraft? No problem! Tailwheel landings can be marked separately. Unsure if that last landing counts for night currency? One hour before sunrise and one hour after sunset calculated based on your current location. Gliders? Balloons? Helicopters? Welcome aboard!
Track multiple aircraft currency items including
▻ Annual and 100 hour inspection per 14 CFR 91.409 paragraphs (a) and (b)
▻ Altimeter system and altitude reporting inspection per 14 CFR 91.411
▻ Transponder inspection per 14 CFR 91.413
▻ ELT inspections per 14 CFR 91.207 paragraph (d)
▻ VOR equipment check per 14 CFR 91.171
▻ GPS NavData expiration
▻ Registration expiration
▻ Next oil change
Civil Air Patrol pilots can track various Regulation 60-1 requirements such as CAPF5 flight evaluations and NSPSC completion dates.
This is my first iOS application. I value your feedback. If you find this app useful, please rate it. And, if you have problems, you can contact me via the website at http://flightcurrencyapp.weebly.com/.
What's New in Version 1.10
Fixed in 1.10:
▻ Crashes in 1.8 and issues saving data in 1.9 have both been resolved. Thank you for the problem reports and apologies for the bad version.
▻ Adding Civil Air Patrol glider tow currencies caused a crash.
Previously introduced in version 1.8:
▻ Supports the FAA's BasicMed regulations as specified in federal docket number FAA-2016-9157. BasicMed becomes effective on May 1, 2017.
▻ Upgraded to the latest Apple development tools.
▻ The Facebook widget in the Setting screen now works on iOS 9 and above. Some users may have noticed application crashes with the previous version.
▻ iOS 9.0 is now the minimum OS version required.