GeoApr is a utility program designed to display airport approach plates, and in conjunction with Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX), show your flight's actual location on the approach plate in real-time. The program can display PDF, JPG, or BMP format approach plates, and it can optionally convert PDF format approach plates to JPG format.
GeoApr includes a powerful Flight Record/Playback tool that will record user's aircraft position, attitude, and control settings during a flight. When flight data is played back, an AI aircraft is created and given the recorded aircraft position, attitude, and control settings. This will allow users to evaluate their performance visually within the sim to see if proper procedures were followed during an approach to an airport.
Most approach plates can be geo-referenced within minutes through a simple point-and-click interface, and once geo-referenced, the approach plate data files can be shared with other users.
GeoApr can also display the position of the user's aircraft on the vertical profile section of the approach
- Real-time Approach Plate Display
- Real-time Vertical Profile Display
- Easy Point-and-Click Interface
- Works with FSX Navaid database (VORs, NDBs, Waypoints, etc.)
- Calibrate by Waypoint, Distance, Lat/Lon
- Program User Guide
- Plus much more
GeoApr can run on the same computer with FSX, or separately on a remote networked PC. Microsoft ESP and Lockheed Martin's Prepar3d are also supported.
The E-Commerce enabled download executable is about 9.6 MB in size. The purchase screen will appear when you run the executable. The servers do support Resume, however we do not recommend certain download managers because they can sometimes corrupt large downloads.
Version 1.0 - Via direct download (9.6 MB)
MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR X or Microsoft ESP or Lockheed Martin's Prepar3d
Windows - Windows 7, Vista or XP
Processor - 2.8 GHz
Memory - 1 Gb RAM
Hard Drive - 2.7Gb
Video Card - 256 Mb