Runway Analysis for Flight Departments
Safety meets convenience with a sophisticated runway and obstacle analysis for turbine aircraft that’s fully-integrated with ForeFlight’s planning workflow. Ensuring a safe flight has never been so easy.
Runway Analysis is available as an add-on to ForeFlight Business Performance subscription plans. Contact our Sales team to schedule a live demo and get started with a trial of Runway Analysis.
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WEBINAR: ForeFlight's Integrated Runway Analysis and Weight & Balance
Watch Aircraft Performance Team Lead Jordan Hovland and ForeFlight’s QA/Product Analyst and active Bombardier pilot Josh Pava demonstrate how ForeFlight’s integrated Runway Analysis and recently-enhanced Weight & Balance capabilities can help pilots and flight departments alike improve their flight planning workflows.
ForeFlight Runway Analysis simplifies and expedites your flight planning workflow and delivers trustworthy performance results based on manufacturer data. Sporting an intuitive and streamlined interface built directly into the Flights view, Runway Analysis incorporates data you’ve already entered to speed up its calculations and give you the critical information you need to make a Go/No-Go decision.
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Accurate, Automated, Integrated
Trustworthy data and powerful software converge to create a Runway Analysis capability that anyone can use.
OEM-sourced for Reliability
All aircraft models available with Runway Analysis are built entirely from OEM-provided data in accordance with AFM guidelines.
Automation Keeps it Simple
ForeFlight’s sophisticated performance engine handles all the number crunching so you can focus on the results that matter.
Runway Analysis fits seamlessly into ForeFlight’s existing flight planning workflow to maximize efficiency and produce consistent results.
At the heart of ForeFlight Runway Analysis is the complex Obstacle Analysis, which incorporates terrain and obstacles into its max takeoff weight calculations to guarantee clearance.
Engine Out Procedures
Plan with the default Straight Out procedure or optimize your weight margins with RNAV procedures developed by ForeFlight's team.
Manually add temporary obstacles from NOTAMs to ensure the calculation incorporates all potential hazards.
ForeFlight provides a number of warning and error messages to let you know when the calculated results exceed the aircraft’s or runway’s limits, including aircraft-specific alerts for invalid takeoff or landing configurations or overweight warnings.
Emergency Return Included
A fully-featured Landing Analysis capability built into the Takeoff Analysis allows you to evaluate Return-To-Base scenarios using different runways and aircraft configurations to determine the best course of action in case of an emergency. ForeFlight provides warnings for exceeding brake energy or weight limits to help you determine the risks of each scenario.
We're working closely with major OEMs to enable support for the most widely flown turbine aircraft in Business and General Aviation, with many more models coming in the near future. Contact our Sales team if you have any questions about currently-supported aircraft and future additions.
|Global 5000 87.7k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global 5000 88.7k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global 5000 89.7k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global 5000 92.5k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global 6000 98k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global 6000 99.5k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global Express 93.5k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global Express 95k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global Express 96k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global Express 98k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global XRS 98k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|Global XRS 99.5k||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|SF50 Vision G1/2/G2+||FAA||INQUIRE|
|All Single Engine
|All Single Engine
|510 Citation Mustang||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|525 Citation M2||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|525 Citation M2
with Tamarack Winglets
|525A Citation CJ2/CJ2+||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|525B Citation CJ3/CJ3+||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|525B Citation CJ3/CJ3+
with Tamarack Winglets
|525C Citation CJ4||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|560 Citation Excel/XLS/XLS+||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|680 Citation Sovereign||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|680 Citation Sovereign+||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|680A Citation Latitude||FAA, EASA||INQUIRE|
|750 Citation X||FAA
[Only applicable to non-winglet versions]
|750 Citation X+||FAA||INQUIRE|
ForeFlight Dispatch seamlessly integrates Runway Analysis calculations into its flight planning workflow, allowing flight planners and pilots to incorporate these essential calculations into their flight plans and release the results to assigned crew members. Dispatch provides even more robust automation features than the mobile app, such as a checkbox to automatically select the optimal runway and EOP to maximize takeoff weight, as well as a mini-map for viewing each EOP's ground track.
View, share, and save a detailed breakdown of your Takeoff and Landing Analyses to assist with scenario planning and record-keeping. The Summary details all inputs and outputs to the analysis, including the text of the selected Engine Out Procedure, and also compares results under different weather and runway inputs so you can quickly gauge the feasibility of each combination.
Easily comply with your Opspec’s landing allowance requirements by setting a Landing Factor to be multiplied by the calculated landing distance. ForeFlight provides preset factors corresponding to 60% (1.67, 1.92) or 80% (1.25, 1.44) of usable runway requirements, and also supports entering a custom factor.
Easy Scenario Planning
Rest easy when plans or conditions change. ForeFlight automatically pulls weather data from the most recent METAR, TAF, MOS, or general forecast at each airport to dial in performance calculations, and all environmental factors are user-editable for easy customization. See how your takeoff margins respond to a 10° OAT rise, or check climb performance from a balked landing in icing conditions.
Join ForeFlight CEO Tyson Weihs and other ForeFlight staff to learn how much Runway Analysis can help pilots improve their flight planning workflow. This webinar will include a complete walkthrough of the Runway Analysis workflow using a Citation jet as an example. It details the interface and provides setup tips and thoughtful commentary from Tyson and other participants about how to make the most of this powerful new capability.