all your IFR paperwork in one place. Our IFR flight planning / enroute
form is ergonomically correct-- laid out cleverly to be usable on a standard
kneeboard--and informationally rich--providing a host of important features
the others just don't.
once you try our Better flight planner, you'll never go back to
the standard ones... but don't take our word for it--give it a try yourself.
It's FREE. You are welcome to print it out, make copies, and distribute
it at your FBO or club. All that we ask is that you distribute it in unmodified
form. And if somebody happens to ask you where you got it, we'd be most
obliged if you could steer them to our website and our products.
Have questions about these flight plan forms? -
If you have questions about how to use this flight planner, we'd be very grateful if you could ask your question
on an online or social media aviation forum that you might happen to frequent. This a win-win for all involved:
you'll likely get better and helpfully wide-ranging answers than our helpdesk staff might be able to offer, you'll
likely start a discussion that you may find illuminating and helpful on other aviation matters, and,
by including links back to this page or our website, you help spread the word about our free resource to other
pilots who could benefit from it.
FAA vs ICAO? -
Our IFR flight planning form is now available with both traditional FAA and ICAO flight plan filing subforms. As of this writing,
pilots in the USA are still welcome to use the old/traditional FAA flight plan form but are increasingly encouraged to use the
ICAO form. At some point in the future it is conceivable that the ICAO form will become standard in the USA as well.