Enabling Pilot Weather Reports displays PIREPs (otherwise known as Pilot REPorts) on the map.
PIREPs are a valuable way of communicating real in-flight observations to other AvPlan EFB users.
A PIREP will be visible for two hours after submission. To read more about submitting a PIREP, refer to Submitting PIREPs.
When the Pilot Weather Reports option is turned on, PIREPs appear on the map in the position they were submitted.
Double-tapping the icon will expand the PIREP to display its full details:
The following required information will be included:
|UA or UUA
|used to identify the PIREP as routine (UA) or urgent (UUA)
|location of the PIREP
|time the PIREP was received from the pilot
|flight level or altitude above sea level at the time the PIREP is filed
optional info to be reported and displayed:
Each PIREP will be accompanied by the following icon:
|Light to moderate turbulence
|Moderate to severe turbulence
|Trace to light icing
|Light to moderate icing
|Moderate to severe icing
To return the PIREP to its compact view, simply double-tap it again.
For further information about how to read PIREPs, visit: www.m0a.com/how-to-read-pireps/
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