Garmin acquires

Garmin acquires

Garmin® recently announced that it acquired Flight Plan LLC (FltPlan), a privately-held provider of electronic flight planning, scheduling and trip support services, including the popular website and mobile application FltPlan Go.

FltPlan is one of the largest flight planning companies in the world, creating more than 6.3 million flight plans annually. With 19 years of experience and more than 165,000 registered users, FltPlan offers comprehensive, self-service flight management solutions as well as premium offerings ideal for Business and General Aviation operators. Popular tools include its free flight planning and filing website,, available for U.S., Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, Panama, and parts of Venezuela and Columbia, as well as other premium web-based offerings. The company also offers a complementary free FltPlan Go app for iOS, Android and Windows.

FltPlan also offers a range of premium services including: SMS (safety management service), PDCs (pre-departure clearances), eAPIS and APIS (advanced passenger information system) for Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean, premium flight tracking, the unique DCM (dot com) call sign program, and runway analysis. Newer programs include both FltLogic and FltPlan Manager and offer a comprehensive suite of services from scheduling and trip coordination to post-flight reporting. All the company’s services and products are backed with outstanding customer support offered 24/7 every day of the year.

FltPlan is headquartered in Southbury, Connecticut, and the facility will continue to support the complete portfolio of and FltPlan Go and will work to integrate those services into the Garmin aviation ecosystem.

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