EasyVFR 4 SmartMap - how does it work?
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One of the most anticipated features of EasyVFR 4 without a doubt is our new SmartMap. Of course it is vector based and shows incredible detail until the very lowest zoomlevel. But the smart bit is that it fades airspaces that are not active at the time of your flight. It gives a very clean and easy map to work with.
At the feature page on our new website we have posted some examples of how the map gets cleaned up thanks to Smart Airspace Hiding functionality.

To be able to give a reliable indication wether an airspace is active or not, requires a connection with the local airspace managing authorities as well as current NOTAMs. Therefore the SmartMap is not yet ‘smart’ in every country.

Countries that are currently covered with certain level of SmartMap functionality are:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Czech Republic
  • Estonia
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Netherlands
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • United Kingdom

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EasyVFR 4 SmartMap - how does it work?
Some countries we are still working on:

  • Finland
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • Denmark

<<< Finland especially is a country that has an intimidating amount of temporary reserved airspaces, so we work hard to get this map cleaned up!

Finland is not alone. Many countries are covered with an extensive patchwork of temporary reserved and danger areas, that are often not active. With EasyVFR 4 we hope to make flying and navigating those countries much easier, especially for foreign pilots.

Did you know? When you want to try the Smart Airspace Hide feature, you have to enable the NOTAMs-on-Map feature first. 

About the author

Erik Brouwer

Erik Brouwer

Customer Happiness Officer

Erik is not happy until you are happy. Under his lead the customer support and marketing of EasyVFR is continually improving to make sure you as a EasyVFR user have the most pleasant experience when you need our help.
Erik lives in Apeldoorn (NL) and holds EASA and FAA licences (Commercial, Multi-engine, instrument). With over 40 types in his logbook, he flies whatever he can get his hands on.

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Tim Peter
1 year ago

Looking forward to use it in the air 🙂

1 year ago

Hello Team
Looking forward to the new SmartMap.
Have fun even in your final hard work.
With best wishes,

Alan Gee
1 year ago

Have loved using the current EVFR 3 and being involved with the link-up with the PilotAware system and now looking forward to even greater things.

Peter Armstrong
1 year ago

When will New Zealand be covered with the new SmartMap.

Marius Terhardt
11 months ago

can´t see airspace labels

Mike Fitzgerald
11 months ago

Don’t forget Australia.

Bojan Jelen
23 days ago

When will be Slovenia on the list?

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