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They are happy to work with us...but their only option is a flat rate annual global distribution license. And long story short we cannot afford it. Just to break even we would need thousands of Canadian pilots paying an *extra* hundred-ish bucks per year. In 2014 they agreed to give us a per-user license model, which would allow us to charge more (passing the fee to NavCanada) and grow our Canadian business. But a few months later they pulled the plug on that deal. We reach out every year to see if anything has or can change.
Curious, NavCanada must be working with others (my ipad has foreflight with Canadian charts). Why are they working with others and not iFly?
Maybe because Foreflight is surgically attached to Jepp.
Hello iFly friends,
I'm planning a trip to PEI in the coming months, and was wonderfing if we could get, at least, the instrument plates for CYYG?
I also have plans to visit Nova Scotia this summer.... and hope of getting those charts?
My only alternative is to use the free FltPlan GO application which seems to have ALL of the charts available for free....
I'm planning a trip up to PEI this summer and I would like to use iFly for the trip. Is there any progress on this front? I really don't want to use another tool for this IFR trip.
Hi Jeff, sorry no change on this front.