This is particularly useful if you need to load waypoints issued by a dispatching system.
You can use a lat/long, or a bearing and distance from a known point.
For example, a waypoint named RIVERBEND at 050 magnetic from Adelaide airport at 10nm can be loaded via a URL that looks like this:
Or in Lat/Long format, like this (where the Lat and long are in ddmmss)
or this (where Lat and Long are in dd.dddd. The number of decimal places is not specified, but less than three may introduce significant error)
Tap on the waypoint URL in a document (or on a web page) on a device running AvPlan, and it will open a dialogue that enables you to save the waypoint, or even use it for an immediate Direct-To if required. The dialogue box also shows the bearing and distance to the waypoint from your current position.
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