AOPA membership value without flightplanner
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Joined 03/02/2020 - 1 Posts
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I for one, place great value on the flight planner. In fact it would probably affect my membership decision making.
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Joined 03/02/2020 - 1 Posts
I also place great value on the flight planner and print out my flight plans and charts every time I fly off station. Without the AOPA flight planner available, I may not renew my membership.

Steve Ware 
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Joined 03/02/2020 - 1 Posts
As a Canadian member I derive little value from AOPA as it is.
The loss of the flight planner would represent the final straw.
 
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Joined 03/02/2020 - 3 Posts
Steven Cannistra:
I for one, place great value on the flight planner. In fact it would probably affect my membership decision making.

Ditto...

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Joined 03/02/2020 - 1 Posts
I'd have to think it over.  I like the Air Safety Foundation quizzes but the Flight Planner is what I use for FLYING
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Joined 03/02/2020 - 1 Posts
I use the flight planner each x-country flight.  All weather and forecasts are in one bundle, easy to view and interpret.  Please let's come up with a total solution that makes business sense for AOPA and utilization sense for members.  Mike.  
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Joined 01/28/2020 - 88 Posts
Hi everyone. We don’t take your concerns lightly and are working with several companies in the industry to provide a replacement option(s) for those who wish to continue to utilize a desktop Flight Planning application. While we didn’t have the option to keep the current Flight Planner going, we do understand the value of having a desktop tool. We are also exploring opportunities for those who wish to use an EFB (Electronic Flight Bag) to have this option from our industry partners at the best price possible. We will communicate all details as soon as they become available. Thank you for taking the time to give us honest feedback and share your thoughts. Thank you for being valued members and AOPA pilots.
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Joined 01/28/2020 - 88 Posts
We are happy to announce iFlightPlanner for AOPA, available on Wednesday, April 22. AOPA members can access the new planner through https://www.aopa.org/travel/aopa-flight-planner.

To read the full story on the launch of the new iFlightPlanner, please click here.