Complete E6B flight computer with 92 aviation functions, conversions, and utilities, including functions that you won't find in any other E6B. Each function uses the correct scientific formula to ensure accuracy. Other E6B apps rely on rules of thumb that can be up to 10% off. The most comprehensive, accurate, and easiest to use E6B on the App Store. E6B Functions > Plan Leg ▸ Groundspeed ▸ True Heading ▸ Compass Heading ▸ Leg Time ▸ Distance ▸ Fuel Required ▸ Fuel Flow ▸ Endurance E6B Functions > Airspeed ▸ Actual TAS ▸ Actual Mach ▸ Plan Mach ▸ Plan TAS ▸ Total Air Temperature E6B Functions > Wind ▸ Wind Component ▸ Unknown Wind ▸ Wind Correction Angle E6B Functions > Altitude ▸ Pressure Altitude ▸ Density Altitude ▸ True Altitude E6B Functions > Climb & Descent ▸ Required descent gradient (percent, degress, ft/nm) ▸ Required descent rate (ft/min) ▸ Top of Descent ▸ Convert between percent, degrees, and ft/nm Extra Functions > Performance ▸ Rate of turn for angle of bank and airspeed ▸ Turn Radius for angle of bank and airspeed ▸ Required bank angle for standard rate turn ▸ Turn radius for standard rate turn ▸ Hydroplane speed ▸ Load factor in level turn ▸ Pivotal altitude Extra Functions > Navigation ▸ DME arc - distance along arc ▸ Thunderstorm cell height (from radar tilt and echo distance) Conversions > Temperature ▸ Celsius ▸ Fahrenheit ▸ Kelvin ▸ Rankine Conversions > Distance ▸ Statute Miles ▸ Nautical Miles ▸ Kilometers ▸ Meters ▸ Feet Conversions > Speed ▸ Knots ▸ Miles Per Hour ▸ Kilometers Per Hour ▸ Feet Per Minute ▸ Meters Per Second ▸ Mach @ ISA Conversions > Pressure ▸ Inches of Mercury ▸ Millibar ▸ Kilopascal ▸ Pascal ▸ Standard Atmosphere ▸ Pounds per Square Inch Conversions > Fuel ▸ Convert between mass (pounds and kilograms) and volume (gallons and liters) for 100LL, Jet A, Jet B, and Water Conversions > Weight & Mass ▸ Pounds ▸ Kilograms ▸ Ounces Conversions > Area ▸ Square Miles ▸ Square Nautical Miles ▸ Square Kilometers ▸ Square Meters ▸ Square Feet Conversions > Volume ▸ Gallon ▸ Liter ▸ Ounce ▸ Quart ▸ Pint ▸ Cup Weight & Balance > CG & Moment ▸ Weight ▸ Moment ▸ C.G. Weight & Balance > C.G. Shift ▸ Amount of weight that must be shifted ▸ Distance the weight is or must be shifted ▸ Distance CG is or must be shifted Weight & Balance > C.G. % MAC ▸ CG location aft of leading edge of MAC ▸ CG location as a percent of MAC Time Utilities > Time Calculator ▸ Standard mathematical operations ▸ Convert time Time Utilities > Flight Log Calculator ▸ Calculate block and flight times in decimal and formatted time ▸ Set standard taxi times in Settings Time Utilities > Standard Calculator ▸ Standard mathematical operations Time Utilities > IFR Timer ▸ Countdown timer with audio, visual, and vibrating alerts Settings ▸ Change precision of conversions between zero, one, two, or three decimal places - default is two decimals places ▸ Day/Night modes What is an E6B? An E6B flight computer is traditionally an analog device resembling a combination slide rule and slide wheel that performs calculations specific to aviation. For example, an E6B can be used to calculate heading and groundspeed after taking into account forecast winds. An E6B is also used to calculate data used for performance planning such as density altitude. Our version goes beyond the analog E6B and even beyond all other E6B apps by including functionality to calculate time, rate and radius of turns, pivotal altitude (great for flight training use), and more. What Makes FlightReady E6B The Best Flight Computer ▸ Unparalleled precision - other E6B flight computers use inaccurate rules of thumb ▸ Additional functions - Flight instructors and aviation nerds will appreciate functions such as rate and radius of turn, pivotal altitude, hydroplane speed, and more ▸ Time Calculator - Speeds calculation of flight times when renting aircraft and filling out your logbook firstname.lastname@example.org
I really like this app, but you should be able to insert magnetic course into the “heading and groundspeed” section
In latest version , the new extra function is not work already , while you touch the that part of functions the app goes crash and you have run again....
As a student pilot who is almost a PPL this app seems to cover everything I need. I do have some interface suggestions, though: 1.) A tab or enter key would be useful instead of the keyboard hide key. This way I can keep my finger near the bottom of the screen (on a iPhone XR) instead of having to move up and down the screen to move between data entry fields. And 2.) Move the keypad up a few pixels so that one doesn’t accidentally swipe up when using the bottom row of keys.
Would be great to be more exact with seconds
Love this app. Only problem I have encountered is pressure conversions are not precise. When converting from Pa to inHg, inHg gets rounded to the nearest whole number. This is the same from mbar to inHg. e.g. 1012 mbar, which is also 1012 hPa, rounds to 30 inHg. This app is probably one of my favorite tools right now but I have started to question and triple check all of the values it gives me. To see this corrected would make this app more reliable and very highly valued.
I am a former PP, but no longer fly due to Diabetes. The only thing I have left is my flight sim (X-Plane 11). I had long ago sold all my flight equipment, including my Sporty’s E6B. One thing I really missed was being able to quickly calculate the T.O.D.. Yes, I could have done that with a few simple calculations, but sometime with ATC (AVSIM) chattering in your ear, it’s nice to have good tool to do the work for you! Love the app so far! Thanks!
I love the app already, I would just appreciate it so much if displayed times could also include seconds, at least as an optional setting. Recently during training my CFI simulated loss of ILS, VOR and DME during an approach on a simulator session. I know normally you just notify tower and request visual but for the purpose of learning something new he had me continue the approach using an NDB station as reference for how many miles out I was and with calculate the time until I was exactly over the point where you initiate descent. (The NDB is aligned with the runway and yes we still use NDB in my country sadly). Anyway, seconds are critical when dealing with such short distances and my CFI is not the kind of guy to just accept “1 min” over “1 min 30 seconds”.
Definitely worth the cost!! Get app full of useful features.
Easy to use app