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Air365 app enables monitoring of aviation incident reports 365 days a year
Pilots and aviation industry professionals, aircraft enthusiasts and air travellers can now stay in touch with aviation incident reports on a daily basis with the launch of a new app, Air365.
As well as monitoring what’s happening in the skies and at airports across the globe, Air365 offers fully interactive route mapping of accidents and incidents plus aircraft, flight and airline information ’ and includes an easy-to-search archive of over 72,000 aviation incidents spanning over 30 years.
Now on sale in the App Store for iPad users, Air365 is also being developed for iPhone users as well as Android phones and tablets.
Air365 provides a regularly-updated source of the latest aviation incident news from top sources, filtered by type of event. It enables users to easily find related articles, including associated photography and video coverage available for individual incidents. Articles and incident reports can be bookmarked for easy retrieval.
App creator Paul Stoakes ’ an IT developer and keen aviation photographer ’ said:
‘Air365 is aimed at a broad international audience ranging from commercial and amateur pilots to aircraft spotters and photographers, as well as the aircraft maintenance community. I am confident the depth of content and easy-to-use features and maps will appeal to anyone with a special interest in aviation incident reports from around the world. The building of Air365 actually stems from my wife’s fear of flying because as a frequent business traveler, she regularly conducts research into airline safety for her own peace of mind so this may be another potential user group.’
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