“The Air Race Classic is proud to have the most popular flight planning application available to it’s racers," stated Marolyn Wilson, President of Air Race Classic.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) June 03, 2014
ForeFlight Mobile is announcing it is an official sponsor of the Air Race Classic (ARC) and will provide each racer with a three month subscription for service. As an acclaimed leader in flight planning applications, ForeFlight is one tool no racer should be without.
ForeFlight Mobile is proudly sponsoring the oldest, annual, all-female cross country air race in the United States and is the official inflight planning and support mobile app of the Air Race Classic (ARC). The ARC is launching its ten-stop race from June 16th - 19th, 2014, starting from Concord, CA and ending in New Cumberland, PA.
"Competing in the Air Race Classic takes careful planning, precision flying, and performing safely within the given timeframe. For ForeFlight, the race is a great opportunity to provide our app to participants as a tool to accomplish this mission," says Angela Anderson, ForeFlight's director of marketing. "ForeFlight Mobile will be used by many of the race teams to gather and evaluate all the information they need to make better, safer, and more informed decisions about their flight. We are proud to support the prestigious Air Race Classic and we hope the winning team gets that extra edge from ForeFlight."
ForeFlight Mobile for iPad & iPhone is the perfect pilot companion: on the ground, or in flight. Beautiful, full-screen weather maps; complete airport data; plates; TFRs and AIR/SIGMETs; moving map with VFR/IFR charts and data-driven maps; and much more. Aviators are confident of ForeFlight Mobile as their permanent Second-in-Command.
“The Air Race Classic is proud to have the most popular flight planning application available to it’s racers," stated Marolyn Wilson, President of Air Race Classic. "Keeping our racers safe with ForeFlight’s situational awareness giving pilots the ability to assist with terrain clearance, weather issues, and route restrictions, is the best gift they could have.”