CINCINNATI, OH – Flight Chain App, a new mobile app that helps pilots learn from accident chains, is now available for iPhone and iPad on the Apple App Store.
Flight Chain App is an easier way to read NTSB aviation accident reports by letting pilots see the accident chain. In addition to viewing accident chains, pilots can search accidents, browse accident rulings, read full reports and more.
"Pilots talk about the accident chain in aviation," said Dan Sobczak, founder of Flight Chain App. "As a pilot, I always wondered what that would look like. What if we could see the accident chain instead of having to imagine it while reading an NTSB report?"
Flight Chain App's mission is to promote safe flying. "We want to help pilots improve their ability to recognize and break a potential accident chain in their own flying," Sobczak added.
What people are saying about Flight Chain App:
● "I like the concept, easier than doing it on the web."
● "I'm really liking the ability to readily look up accident reports when discussing them with fellow pilots, or wondering what happened in a given situation."
● "Graphics and look are modern and has the cool factor."
In addition, Flight Chain App hosts the Ahead of the Power Curve blog, content to help you learn from others today so you can fly safe tomorrow.
Flight Chain App and its blog are committed to reducing general aviation accidents, helping improve aviation safety, and growing the pilot population.
For more information, visit www.FlightChainApp.com for more about the app, and the blog www.AheadOfThePowerCurve.com for articles that help keep pilots ahead of the power curve.
Flight Chain App is developed by Five Tango Victor Aviation, LLC. Established in 2017 and based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Flight Chain App is committed to reducing general aviation accidents, helping improve aviation safety, and growing the pilot population. Flight Chain App makes finding aviation accidents easier, so pilots can spend more time learning from them today and flying safe tomorrow. Flight Chain App gives pilots every NTSB aircraft accident report since 1982 in their pocket for convenient easy access. Basic features come with a one-time purchase download. Additional premium features require an in-app purchase via subscription options.
An easier way to read NTSB aviation accident reports.