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FlightMath for Mac OS X 2.3

FlightMath was developed to replace the clumsy ASA E6-B Flight Computer.

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Last Week downloads: 0
Total downloads: 236
  • Last Updated: Jun 26, 2008
  • License: Shareware $19.95
  • OS: Mac OS X
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For FlightMath for Mac OS X 2.3Publisher's description

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FlightMath for Mac OS X is a Home & Education software developed by TriVectus, LC. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for FlightMath for Mac OS X:

EditByBrothersoft: FlightMath was developed with pilots and flight sim fans in mind, to replace the clumsy ASA E6-B Flight Computer. It takes full advantage of the Mac's interface to make the traditionally tedious preflight calculations extremely easy (some say even fun).

For instance, instead of fussing with pencilling marks on the back of the E-6B to compute wind correction angles, you simply drag the hands around a Compass rose, with a hand each for wind direction and true course. Other features include:

Fuel Analysis, with mixed units (How Far will 3 liters of fuel take me if I burn 8.1 gallons per hour?)
Speed and distance calculations, with mixed units (If I fly at 75 mph for 23 minutes, how many nautical miles will I fly?)
Temperature conversions (What is the Fahrenheit equivalent of 24°C)
Density altitude calculations
Instant weather data retrieval for most airports without leaving FlightMath
Instant radar image and radar loop retrieval and display for US weather stations
Direct, easy conversion between all the common units of measurement
you can free download FlightMath for Mac OS X 2.3 now.

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Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for FlightMath for Mac OS X,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with FlightMath for Mac OS X.