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It is now possible to run AVIATE 4 PRO for limited users on both XP and VISTA. Install it to a folder where the intended user have write privileges. Initially run AVIATE 4 PRO as administrator and accept the update offer. After the updates are received you can run it as a limited user.

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Welcome to AVIATE 4 PRO PDF Print E-mail
Written by Anderz Forzelius   
Thursday, 12 October 2006 10:00
CORRECT Computing Company is the founder of AVIATE, a flight planning tool for General Aviation.


AVIATE 4 PROThis is the latest available installable version called AVIATE 4 PRO. It is a dynamic tool that is updated whenever needed or when new features are added. The database is available every 28 days according to the ARINC schedule and the Navdata is based on EAG (European Aeronautical Group) FMS data.

Please observe! This is an installable version of AVIATE on a Stick!.

Google Earth can now be used togeather with AVIATE 4 PRO!
Export your calculated flight to Google Earth and print it! You will get a map with Airports, VORs, NDBs and your own points for your flight. Isn't that great? Here is an example of how it might look:

  Map made with Google Earth and AVIATE 4 PRO!

AVIATE on a Stick!
The smartest way to have a flight planning software ready in your pocket.

 AVIATE on a Stick!

Goodbye to all installation issues!

Imagine having your flight planning software with all your flight log designs and aircrafts in your pocket. You can use any available PC with Windows XP or Windows Vista to run AVIATE and print on any connected printer. Close the program and remove the USB-drive and nothing will be left on the host computer. It will initially be available from KSAB in Sweden for Nordic customers. Shortly it will be available for all the rest of you on this site. The picture above shows what it looks like.

Windows 7 users! Microsoft has tighten the security for USB flash drives so the autostart of AVIATE doesn't work on those systems. Sorry!

Last Updated on Monday, 30 April 2012 19:35
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