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Aware for iPad puts the world famous airspace safety device onto your iPad.  We have made full use of the devices’ fast processors and powerful graphics.  This enables pilots to pan around the map with ease and view both Official ICAO Charts and Airbox Maps.


The Aware App will warn pilots of any possible airspace infringements with both an audible and visual warning. The aeroplane icon on the screen will show your position and will follow your track.  


Aware was designed as an airspace warning app, keeping things simple in the cockpit so pilots can focus on the flying. The ability to plan flights, review NOTAMs and live weather etc. are extra features that may appeal to pilots in which case we urge you to take a look at RunwayHD; a full feature planning and navigation app that covers every aspect of creating and flying routes across the world. Click the link below for more information.





Customers have the ability to choose from either 1:500,000 or 1:250,000 scale charting for the Aware App, click the button below to take a look at our full range of Charts.





The Aware App requires any of the following to operate:


iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad or iPad Mini. iPads without 3G connectivity require an external GPS to operate inflight. 3G enhanced devices have an embedded GPS chip whilst those without 3G do not.


When you first download and install Aware App you’ll be asked to create a user account.


Software - iOS 8 or later



Aware for iPad & iPhone

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Aware includes many features to make your flying as safe and relaxing as possible. Our aims are simple: We want to reduce pilot workload, increase situational awareness and encourage "eyes out of the cockpit" aviation.

  • Full 3D airspace warnings with frequencies

  • Airspace updated in line with AIRAC cycle

  • Comes with Airbox own vector mapping as standard

  • Search for Airfields by names or ICAO code.



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