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How to Search Airports

22 April 2013

Step 1 – Launch RocketRoute iPad App

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Step 2: Click on the Search Box – enter an airport name or ICAO or IATA code.

RocketRoute Search Bar

Step 3: The search results are returned as show. Click on the Row for Detail or Click Save.

Note: search results will only return the airports from plates for which you are licensed. For instance DFS VFR plates will not be included in search results lists if you are not licensed to use them.

Search Results

If you click on a row, you can see all the individual documents available under that airport.

Saving Airport Plates

Step 4: Post saving your airport is now saved in the main airport directory.

Airports Now Stored Locally

If you click on the airport. It will now provide tabs grouping relevant documents together plus including WX and NOTAM tabs.

Note: to return to the main Airports menu – click the Airports tab again.

Post Saved View Airport

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