For Immediate Release
May 6, 2019
CINCINNATI, OH – Flight Chain App version 1.12 is available for download on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. This release includes a new 'Safety Quiz' feature that lets pilots quiz themselves with questions based on actual NTSB accident reports, NTSB statistics and other aviation topics.
It's another step in Flight Chain App's continued effort to make it easier for pilots to learn from accident chains and NTSB reports.
Flight Chain App's 'Safety Quiz' covers important areas of flight that have been a factor in aviation accidents. VFR into IMC -- which can lead to deadly results from spatial disorientation, loss of control, controlled flight into terrain (CFIT), and aerodynamic stalls/spins at different phases of flight -- is one example of quiz questions derived from actual NTSB accident reports.
Other quiz questions gathered from accident reports cover accidents involving density altitude, fuel management, midair collisions, and the 'impossible turn' -- that is, when a pilot attempts to make a 180-degree turn back to the airport when trouble emerges immediately after takeoff.
The new 'Safety Quiz' feature is available for all users of the app: no in-app subscription required. Flight Chain App is available today on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.
Visit www.FlightChainApp.com for more information about the app.
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.
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