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Aircraft Performance Calculator with Mass & Balance

The easy-to-use aircraft performance calculator app used for runway analysis by airlines and business jet operators around the world. Minimising engine wear and maximising takeoff mass Guru2 ensures safe takeoffs offline in an instant. Dynamic Airport Database (DAD) with obstacles, NOTAM and procedures included.

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Aircraft Performance

Minimise Wear, Maximise Weight - Ensure safe flights

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Mass and balance

Ensure that your aircraft stays within its limits

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Airport Database

Runways, Obstacles, NOTAMs and Engine Out Procedures for airports worldwide

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Accurate driftdown for any route

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10 000+ Airports

Database with obstacles, NOTAM and procedures

Flygprestanda’s Dynamic Airport Database includes obstacle data, NOTAMs and engine failure takeoff procedures for more than 10 000 airports worldwide. It is compatible with OEM Aircraft Performance software from e.g. Boeing, Airbus and Embraer and provides the airport data for our Guru2 Aircraft Performance EFB.

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300+ Aircraft Types

Supported by our products

Whether you are flying a Boeing 747-400 or a Pilatus PC-12 Flygprestanda has the solution for your requirements.

Trusted Performance Since 1969

For more than 50 years Flygprestanda has been ensuring safe and cost efficient flights for our customers world-wide. Our EASA/FAA compliant aviation software solutions are customised to your specific needs whether you operate a single aircraft, a large or a mixed fleet and regardless if you are a commercial airline, business jet operator, freighter or military.

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