Our November release includes ATC Sector Boundaries, Aircraft Filing Remarks, Route Filing Remarks, and added Runway Analysis Support.
ATC Sector Boundaries
View ATC sector boundaries in green directly on the map as part of the Aeronautical Map’s ARTCC/FIR layer.
Start by selecting an ATC sector, then tap and hold on the map to view the information about each ACC/UAC and other airspace at that location. You can tap Details on the right for more information.
You can view ATC sector names by zooming in on the map.
A new toggle in Map Settings > ARTCC/FIR allows you to enable or disable ATC sector boundaries and ARTCC/FIR boundaries. You can also toggle between low and high ATC sector boundaries and ARTCC frequency “postage” stamps.
Aircraft Filing Remarks
Specify remarks for a given aircraft like call sign information, registration number, or SATCOM phone number to be automatically inserted into your flight plan form every time you file with that aircraft.
You can find the Remarks field by visiting More > Aircraft, selecting an aircraft, and then scrolling to the Filing section to add Remarks.
After planning a flight with that aircraft, send it to Flights, then tap Proceed to File, and you will see the remarks in the File window and have the opportunity to make any last-minute changes before filing your flight plan.
Once you tap File, your remarks will automatically be added to Section 18 of the ICAO Flight Plan. Military Flight Bag users will also see the remarks on Section 18 of the DD-1801 Flight Plan.
Route Filing Remarks
Edit mid-route adjustments like Delay/STAYs and associated remarks directly in ForeFlight’s streamlined flight plan form before filing your flight plan, so you don’t have to return to the Maps view to edit them.
After planning a flight that includes mid-route adjustments with remarks and sending it to Flights, tap Proceed to File in the bottom right and scroll to the Remarks/Other Information section to view and edit the Delay/STAY details and associated remarks.
Military Flight Bag customers can also edit and add remarks to MFB-specific mid-route adjustments like Aerial Refueling Tracks, MTRs, and Enroute Fuel Changes using the same form.
New Runway Analysis Aircraft Support
ForeFlight’s Runway Analysis product now supports Hawker 900XP.
Our October release includes Operational Note Flags, Multi-Source Radar Layer Support, expanded Runway Analysis support, and UL 91/96 Fuel Prices.
Easily find and review Operational Notes affecting your flight with the help of tappable flags placed along your route and numbered sequentially.
Once you have added your route in the FPL editor, you can tap any flag along your route to view the operational notes for that airspace or aeronautical element and see it highlighted in green.
Operational Note Flags for closely-spaced or overlapping aeronautical elements may be combined into a single flag that indicates the range of flags contained in it using hyphenated numbers, e.g. “8-10”. Once you tap the range of flags you want to view, you can select one to see the full details.
Operational Notes Flags are enabled by default, but you can toggle them off and on using the “Operational Notes” setting switch in the Map Settings menu under Map Overlays.
Operational Note Flags are available with ForeFlight Performance subscription plans.
Multi-Source Radar Layer Support
While connected to one or more external devices that provide datalink weather, such as ADS-B or Sirius XM, manually select from all available Radar sources to display any one of them on the map.
To start, connect to your external device(s), then tap the Maps View Layer Selector to view all available radar layers. The type of radar or source of the layer appears in parenthesis–e.g., Radar (XM Base). Tap on any Radar layer to display it on the map.
Additionally, if an internet-based radar layer is selected (either Composite or Lowest-Tilt), ForeFlight will automatically switch to any available datalink radar layers (ADS-B or SiriusXM) when the internet radar data expires to ensure you are looking at the latest weather data.
To view all your connected devices, go to More > Devices, or you can view them at the bottom of the Map Settings menu.
New Runway Analysis Aircraft Support
ForeFlight’s advanced Runway Analysis product for turbine aircraft now supports the following aircraft:
Dassault Falcon 2000EX/EX EASy/DX/LX
Daher TBM 960
UL 91/96 Fuel Prices
Find pricing and availability of UL 91/96 fuel in Airports > FBOs or by tapping an FBO icon on a plate or the map.
Then tap the FBO to see more details on fuel options, including self-service and full-service pricing. UL 91/96 fuel prices can currently only be updated in ForeFlight by the FBO manager, so please contact the FBO if you find that prices listed in ForeFlight do not match actual prices.
Our September release includes Mogas fuel prices, Recent/Favorite Routes filter, Takeoff and Landing Summaries for piston and turboprop aircraft, Airport Delay Notifications, and New Runway Analysis aircraft support.
Mogas Fuel Prices
Find pricing and availability of Mogas fuel in Airports > FBOs or by tapping an FBO icon on a plate or the map.
Then tap the FBO to see more details on fuel options, including self-service and full-service pricing. Mogas fuel prices can currently only be updated in ForeFlight by the FBO manager, so please contact the FBO if you find that prices listed in ForeFlight do not match actual prices.
Recent/Favorite Routes Filter
Quickly search your Favorite and Recent Routes by entering any airport or waypoint identifier to show routes containing it.
Start by tapping the Routes button in the Maps toolbar.
Tap the search bar at the top and enter any airport, airway, VOR, or waypoint identifier to show routes containing it, then tap any result to load the route on the map.
Takeoff & Landing Summary
Generate and save a detailed summary of takeoff and landing performance calculations for supported piston and single engine turboprop aircraft, including runway conditions, climb analysis, and more.
Once you finalize your flight plan with a supported aircraft selected, ensure you have a runway selected for both takeoff and landing in the Flights view.
Next, tap Summary in the top right of either the Takeoff or Landing views.
You can then tap the Send to Button to attach the summary to the flight’s Files, print it, or share it with others.
Our June release simplifies the app’s Download Settings, adds support for Custom Waypoint elevations, and more.
Simplified Download Settings
Easily configure your downloads more quickly with a new paradigm that groups all Data/Chart selections and Region selections in separate menus in More > Downloads. This change will not affect your existing downloads or download settings.
Select the types of charts and data you want to download in the Data Settings menu, as well as select High Resolution Basemap and Terrain downloads for additional regions beyond your subscription’s default. The selections you make here will apply to all regions selected in Region Settings, although not all chart/data types are available for all regions.
Region Settings let you select which regions the selections you made in the Data/Chart Settings will apply to. All regions supported by ForeFlight have a drop-down containing sub-regions within that region.
Custom Waypoint Elevation
Specify elevations for your User Waypoints and custom waypoints imported via Content Packs to plan routes to and from them like you would airports, with accurate climb/descent calculations and depictions in Profile View.
You can add an elevation to a User Waypoint in More > Custom Content > User Waypoints.
Tap the waypoint you would like to edit, tap the Elevation field to input the number, and then tap Save.
Another way to edit a waypoint’s elevation is by directly tapping it on the Maps view, then tapping Edit. Specify the elevation and tap Save as before.
Lastly, you can specify elevations in KML or CSV waypoint lists you import as part of the “navdata” sub-folder in a Content Pack. While standalone CSV files also support elevations, standalone KML files do not, so they must be imported as part of a Content Pack.
For a .csv file, simply add a column for elevation and express each value in meters (ForeFlight will automatically convert them to feet upon import). While the column names in a .csv file don’t matter, their order does. Column A is the waypoint ID or name, column B is the description, column C is latitude, column D is longitude, and column E is for elevation.
NOTE: To import a CSV file as user waypoints, it must be named user_waypoints.csv.
For .kml files, include your waypoint elevation (in meters) in the optional altitude component of the coordinates tuple. This value often defaults to 0, so ForeFlight will only recognize non-zero values (positive or negative) as elevations.
Bearing and Track Orientation Setting
Display bearing and track measurements for the Ruler, Synthetic Vision, and relevant Cockpit Instruments using either Magnetic or True North.
You can access this feature in More > Settings.
Then tap Units/Time to get to Bearing and Track Instruments.
New Runway Analysis Aircraft Support
ForeFlight’s Runway Analysis product now supports Bombardier’s Global 7500 and Dassault’s Falcon 900EX, EX EASy, DX and LX, and Textron 560 Citation XLS. Built-in Weight & Balance templates and Takeoff Trim calculations are also supported for the Bombardier and Dassault aircraft.
Runway Analysis is available for a growing list of aircraft types as an add-on to ForeFlight Performance subscription plans.
Our May release includes Per-Leg Altitude in Profile, Global Graphical NOTAMs, enhanced Metric unit support, and more.
Per-Leg Altitude in Profile
Easily plan enroute altitude changes around terrain, weather, or airspace and visualize them in Profile View, with the option to start or end a climb or descent at a specified waypoint.
Once you enter a flight plan in the FPL editor, open Profile View then tap the waypoint’s label where you want to add an altitude change.
You can also access this menu by tapping the Waypoint Bubble on the FPL editor.
Enter the new altitude in the Altitude field, and use the Start At/Cross At selector to determine where the altitude change is conducted in relation to the waypoint: Start At will initiate the altitude change at the waypoint, while Cross At will complete the altitude change at the waypoint, shifting the start of the climb or descent earlier in your route.
Once you input a Start At or Cross At Altitude, Profile View automatically updates and displays the change to your route. ForeFlight uses your aircraft’s selected climb and descent profiles to calculate the altitude change’s duration and impact on time and fuel calculations, so you may see different results if your actual enroute climb or descent differs from the selected profile.
Profile View is included in Pro Plus subscription plans and above.
Previously limited to Europe, Graphical enroute NOTAMs are now supported around the world with the new NOTAMs map layer.
To enable Graphical NOTAMs, tap the Layer Selector, then tap NOTAMs on the right.
Tap a NOTAM on the map to view its details, or tap on multiple overlapping NOTAMs to select one from a summary list.
NOTAMs are color-coded red, yellow, or gray based on type, severity, and active times. The most severe Airspace restriction NOTAMs first appear in yellow 120 minutes prior to activating and turning red, while Scheduled Exercise NOTAMs also appear in yellow 120 minutes prior to activation, but remain yellow once active. All other NOTAM types appear on the map only when they become active.
With the NOTAMs layer enabled, selectively filter which types are shown using the new menu in Map Settings > NOTAMs Settings, with toggles for Exercises, Controlled Airspaces, Obstacles, and Other. With all toggles off, only airspace restriction and other severe NOTAMs will remain visible on the map.
Similar to other map overlays like TFRs, AIR/SIGMENTs, radar, and more, you can adjust the layer opacity using the slider at the bottom of the Map Settings menu.
Distance Rings in Kilometers
Gauge the distance to your surroundings in kilometers with a new Distance Rings setting.
Enable Distance Rings in Map Settings > Distance Rings.
Then tap any of the three labels attached to Distance Rings to change the unit of measurement. As with other Distance Rings styles, you can choose from three fixed distance settings to prevent the rings from changing size, or select the Automatic setting to automatically resize the rings as you zoom in or out.
Altitude Instruments in Meters
Customize the units of altitude displayed by the Map’s Instrument Panel for inflight reference with the new Altitude Instruments setting.
First Tap More in the bottom right corner of your screen, then Settings at the top right of the menu.
Next, find Units/Time under the Preferences section at the bottom of the Settings list, and then the Altitude Instruments menu within that.
From here you can select a unit of measurement for your Altitude Instruments.
Altitude Instruments affected by this setting include GPS Altitude, Height AGL, Height MEF, Pressure Altitude, Cabin Pressure, Vertical speed (meters per minute), Climb gradient (meters per distance unit), and Descent to Destination (meters per minute).
UL94 Fuel Prices
Find pricing and availability of UL94 fuel at FBOs in Airports > FBOs or by tapping an FBO icon on a plate or the map.
Then tap the FBO to see more details on fuel options, including self-service and full-service pricing as applicable.
Like with other fuel types, you can update UL94 prices at FBOs you visit by tapping Update Fuel Prices in the bottom-right of the FBO detail view.
New Runway Analysis Aircraft Support
ForeFlight’s advanced Runway Analysis product for jets now supports the Gulfstream G200.
Military Flight Bag: Hide Pilot Info from Filing Form
ForeFlight Military Flight Bag customers can opt to reveal or hide their name on filed flight plan forms using the Hide Pilot Info on FIling Form setting.
To disable it, start by tapping Proceed to File in the Flights view once your flight plan is ready.
From the File form, scroll to the very bottom to find Hide Pilot Info on Filing Form. Tap the toggle to turn the setting off. With Hide Pilot Info from FIling Form toggled off, Flight Plans will show the name of the Pilot in Command.
The new setting appears at the very bottom of the ICAO and DD-1801 flight plan forms and is enabled by default to match the app’s current behavior of automatically hiding the pilot’s name on the flight plan form.
Example of DD-1801 form filed with Hide Pilot Info on Filing Form on. (DEFAULT)
Example of DD-1801 form filed with Hide Pilot Info on Filing Form off.
Example of ICAO form filed with Hide Pilot Info on Filing Form on. (DEFAULT)
Example of ICAO form filed with Hide Pilot Info on Filing Form off.
Our April release includes expanded Operational Notes, Delay/STAY planning and New Runway Analysis aircraft support.
Expanded Operational Notes
Access Jeppesen-sourced Operational Notes describing comms frequencies, restrictions, and more for airways, waypoints, and navaids in addition to airspace.
Tap any map element on the Aeronautical Map or Jeppesen enroute charts to view its details and Operational Notes, if it has any, or tap-hold on the map to see a list of nearby elements and tap Details to access the same information.
Easily incorporate enroute delays into your flight plan and file them with automatic formatting appropriate to your region.
To add a delay to your route at a specific waypoint, tap the waypoint’s bubble in the FPL Editor and tap Set Altitude/Speed/Time.
Then tap the Duration field under DELAY/STAY to set a Delay duration in hours and minutes, after which you can also add remarks below. Remarks are only required when filing with STAYs in Europe and are optional elsewhere.
Another way to access Delay/STAY planning is to tap directly on the waypoint on the map and tap “More >” in the top right to access the same menu.
Once your delay is added, ForeFlight will incorporate the delay into your performance calculations to accurately reflect the delay’s impact on fuel consumption and flight time.
To file a flight with a Delay/STAY, just send the route containing the delay to the Flights view. ForeFlight will automatically format the delay in both the filed route string and remarks field with the appropriate notation for your region.
Delay/STAY planning is currently limited to flights within the same administrative airspace (e.g. FAA, EUROCONTROL, etc.), and is available with ForeFlight Performance subscription plans.
New Runway Analysis Aircraft Support
ForeFlight’s Runway Analysis product for jets now supports the Hawker 750, 800XP, and 850XP.
Our March release includes a major upgrade to our Weight & Balance capability, an altitude slider for terrain planning with Hazard Advisor, Organized Track Systems on Jeppesen Enroute Charts, and New Runway Analysis aircraft support.
Enhanced Weight & Balance
Individual customers now have access to our Enhanced Weight & Balance to simplify your preflight workflow. Currently, the new paradigm is optional so you can migrate your aircraft profiles when it is most convenient for you and still revert to the old paradigm if you want. However, the new paradigm will fully replace the old one later this year.
Start by going to More > Account > ForeFlight Labs and tapping the Enhanced Weight & Balance toggle to enable it. If you need to go back to the old Weight & Balance view at any time, just disable this setting.
To start migrating your existing W&B profiles, go to More > Weight & Balance and use the drop-down in the top left to select a profile. ForeFlight’s Migration Assistant will then walk you through a 4-step process to set them up with the new system.
Enhanced W&B profiles are tied directly to the aircraft profiles you use for flight planning to create a more robust and unified aircraft profile, so start by choosing an aircraft to associate with the Weight & Balance profile. Connecting the two will ensure that your current aircraft details are merged with your new W&B profile.
If your aircraft details differ from your Weight & Balance profiles, you will need to select the correct one to move to the next step.
The third step is to verify station details. Tap on any station to view and edit its name, arm length, and station type.
The final step in the migration process is to verify the number of seats per station. The Migration Assistant assumes two seats per station by default, so it’s especially important to review and correct any discrepancies for rows with a different number of seats. Tap Done to complete the profile migration.
You can always edit these numbers in the future by tapping Edit next to the Profile Selector in the new W&B view.
You can also add new Weight & Balance profiles if you don’t have any to migrate. ForeFlight provides hundreds of pre-built templates to choose from, and they are easy to add to an existing Aircraft. Go to More > Aircraft, select the aircraft you want to edit, and tap Weight & Balance Profile halfway down the page. If a template is available for your aircraft type it will be listed at the top, or you can select Blank Template to create your own.
Next, add or edit the profile’s name, specify your aircraft’s basic empty CG and weight, verify or add station details and forward and aft CG limits, and enable the %MAC setting at the bottom of the page if applicable to your aircraft. ForeFlight has five station types to choose from and edit: Single Seat, Row of Seats, Cargo, Fuel, and Aircraft Items.
Once you’ve migrated or set up your Enhanced Weight & Balance profiles, you can use the new W&B view in the same way as before. The new W&B is very similar to the previous paradigm but allows for more flexibility when inputting calculations for each seat and station.
Manually input the weight for each seat with an optional description or choose from Standard Weights or Saved Loads. Standard Weights default to Male: 205 lbs, Female: 184 lbs, and Child: 87 lbs; however, you can change those values by visiting More > Settings > Standard Weights (at the very bottom of the page). Saved Weights include any weights you added manually with a description or loads migrated from your legacy profiles.
You will need to adjust fuel and cargo and can do so by scrolling down a little further.
Weight & Balance Integrated with Flights
Additionally, ForeFlight Performance customers can integrate these W&B calculations into an existing flight plan to streamline the preflight workflow even further.
Select a flight plan in the Flights tab, and under the Payloads section tap Weight & Balance.
Ensure the right W&B profile is selected at the top and scroll down to enter passenger and payload details just like you would in the W&B view. The integration with flights saves you time in the flight planning process by having all requirements in one convenient location.
You can also access an updated copy of your Load Manifest by tapping Summary in the top right corner, sign it directly in the ForeFlight app, and then attach it to your flight files for easy access.
Planning flights around terrain just got a lot easier with a major upgrade to Hazard Advisor. Pro Plus subscribers can use the new Hazard Advisor Altitude Preview to find the safest route around hazardous terrain at different altitudes before or during a flight.
Manually control Hazard Advisor’s altitude using the new altitude slider which ranges from 100’ to 30,000’ MSL. The slider moves in increments of 100’ followed by increments of 500’ above 4,000’ MSL.
By default, terrain and obstacles within 100′ are colored red, and hazards within 1,000′ of your planned altitude are colored yellow. You can change these altitudes by tapping the gear button to the right of the map legend at the bottom of the screen and tapping Hazard Altitudes. You can also access other Hazard Settings here such as Corridor Width and Activation Speed, which determines how fast you need to be moving to enable Auto Hazard Advisor – more on that below.
ForeFlight Military Flight Bag Customers can access additional options under Hazard Settings to provide more flexibility with critical mission requirements. Other options include locking the altitude slider step size to 100’ increments for the entire altitude range and defining custom Hazard Altitudes beyond the four default options.
When planning in the Flight Plan Editor, the Hazard Altitude slider will automatically adjust to match your planned altitude anytime you change it using Altitude Advisor, Route Advisor, Profile View, or choose an aircraft with a different default altitude. And with Profile View open, moving the altitude slider will show hazardous terrain at the new altitude within Profile, but without changing your planned altitude, allowing you to simultaneously compare both altitudes in the same view.
When you exceed the set Activation Speed (30kts by default), Hazard Advisor enters Auto mode and automatically matches the altitude of your aircraft. Moving the slider up or down will show you terrain hazards at other altitudes before automatically reverting back to your current altitude shortly after releasing it, or you can tap the Auto button to immediately revert to your current altitude.
Organized Track Systems on Jeppesen Enroute Charts
Performance customers with Jeppesen chart coverages can now view Organized Track Systems on Jeppesen’s IFR enroute map layers in addition to the Aeronautical Map.
Enable one of the Jeppesen IFR layers to view Organized Track Systems, which are enabled by default. To separately toggle eastbound and westbound tracks, or disable all tracks, tap the Map Settings button just to the right of the FPL button and tap Organized Tracks at the bottom of the Jeppesen settings.
You can also access Organized Tracks with the Aeronautical Map. Tap Map settings > Airways & Waypoints. You can toggle the tracks on and off in the same way you can with Jeppesen charts.
New Runway Analysis Aircraft Support
ForeFlight’s Runway Analysis product for jets now supports the following new aircraft models:
Our February release includes a new Auto-Zoom to Custom Content setting and Takeoff Trim support in Runway Analysis.
Auto-Zoom to Custom Content
Choose whether or not ForeFlight will auto-zoom into custom charts and map layers when you enable them from the layer selector.
This setting is enabled by default to match ForeFlight’s previous behavior of automatically zooming and panning to focus on custom charts and map layers each time you enable them. However, if you find this behavior disruptive to your inflight workflow, disable the new setting to prevent the map from moving as you toggle custom content layers.
This setting does not affect the map’s behavior when you tap on custom charts or map layers in More > Custom Content to display them on the map, which will still pan and zoom to focus on the newly-enabled content.
You can access this setting in More > Settings > Auto-Zoom to Custom Content.
ForeFlight’s Runway Analysis capability now calculates and displays the required Takeoff Trim setting at a given %MAC for supported aircraft.
Takeoff Trim Support requires integrated Weight & Balance in Flights, which is currently available for Business Performance and MFB Performance customers only, but will become available for individual customers later this year.
Visit this page to see which aircraft models currently support Takeoff Trim settings.
After calculating W&B results for the flight on Flights view and selecting a runway in the Takeoff Analysis page, scroll down to the Performance section to find the required Takeoff Trim.
If your %MAC setting is not enabled, your Takeoff Trim will show CG Unavailable.
To enable the %MAC setting for an aircraft’s W&B profile, start by tapping Weight & Balance in the Flights view and then tapping Edit next to the selected W&B Profile at the top.
Scroll to the bottom of the W&B Profile Edit view to find the %MAC setting. After enabling it, make sure the LEMAC and MAC values are properly entered. NOTE: ForeFlight Weight & Balance templates are recommended to ensure all the MAC/LEMAC details are accurate.
You can now return to the Takeoff Analysis page to see the required Takeoff Trim setting for the flight you are planning.
Our January release includes new Aeronautical Map Quick Toggles for Airways, Navaids, and Waypoints, improved functionality for Takeoff and Alternate Minimums documents, and more.
New Aero Map Filters
Declutter the Aeronautical Map with new quick toggles for Airways, Navaids, and Waypoints, which were previously combined in a single toggle.
Find the best combination of these elements to suit your flight, such as:
Hiding Airways and Waypoints on VFR flights
Hiding Navaids for RNAV-based routes
Turn on Airways to inspect MEA/MOCA/MAA values and quickly hide them again for a VFR flight
Turn on Airways for IFR flights or when following along on a commercial flight
You can also access these filters in Map Settings > Airways & Waypoints. Tap the gear icon at the top of your screen near the Flight Plan (FPL) icon to access Map Settings.
Quickly Find Takeoff & Alternative Minimums
Easily find the Takeoff or Alternate Minimums for any US airport more quickly thanks to a new smart automation. When opening either of these documents from the airport’s procedures list, ForeFlight will automatically jump to the page with that airport’s information, allowing you to review it right away without flipping through pages to find the airport.
Military Flight Bag (MFB): GeoTIFF Support
Easily import charts, maps, and other mission assets from current and legacy military mapping software like FalconView with new support for GeoTIFF custom content files.
Like the MBTiles and GeoPDF custom chart formats, you can import GeoTIFF files individually and within a Content Pack’s “layers” folder. Note that AirDrop is not a supported import method for GeoTIFFs as iOS automatically imports them to the Photos app as images.
Once imported, you can access GeoTIFF charts in the bottom-left of the Maps view Layer Selector.
ForeFlight supports GeoTIFF files with resolutions up to 10,000 pixels, regardless of the image dimensions. Larger resolution images must be divided and imported as separate files. Learn more about creating and using custom Content Packs here.
Military Flight Bag: Prioritize Jeppesen Plates
MFB users with linked Jeppesen accounts can now choose to prioritize Jeppesen plates over DOD/FAA plates, causing the Jeppesen plates to appear at the top of the list wherever you access them in ForeFlight.
Enable this setting in More > Jeppesen at the bottom of the Jeppesen Settings list.
Our November release includes new tappable airport markers in 3D Preview and 3D Review, allowing you to easily see and learn about airports along a planned or recorded flight.
With a route entered in the FPL Editor, tap the 3D Preview icon just to the left of the Pack button.
Airports near your departure airport will be visible right away and more will appear as you play through the planned flight. The style of each marker matches that airport’s icon on the Aeronautical Map layer to indicate the presence of a control tower, fuel availability, etc.
ForeFlight also filters which types of airports are marked in 3D View based on your Aeronautical Map Airport settings, available in Map Settings > Airports (Aeronautical Map must be enabled for the Airports menu to appear), so disabling heliports, seaplane bases, or private airports on the Aeronautical Map will also hide them in 3D View.
Tap any airport marker to open an information sidebar with details about the airport like on the Maps view.
3D Review also displays airport markers while playing back previous flights from recorded track logs, allowing you to see what airports you passed during your flight. Access 3D Review for a track log by tapping More > Track Logs and selecting a track log to view, then tapping the 3D button in the bottom-right corner.
Airport markers in 3D are automatically enabled by default. To disable them, open the Layer Selector in the bottom-left corner of either 3D Preview or 3D Review and tap Airports at the top of the list. Airport markers are not currently supported in the point-based 3D Airports or 3D Anywhere features, only in the route-based 3D Preview and 3D Review.
ForeFlight’s 3D suite with new airport markers is available with ForeFlight Performance Plus plans.