AirTrack is developed by Haversine but not all work was performed in-house. Some portions of AirTrack are based on work from other entities and people. The following is an acknowledgement and THANKS for their work:
The X-Plane nav aid database is built from the original version of the X-Plane Airport & Navigation Data compiled by Robin Peel who kindly allowed us to use it, and which can be freely downloaded from
It is released under the Free Software Foundation General Public License (GPL) which can be fount at:
who provided all the support and help required to integrate and make the latest FMS AIRAC data available to AirTrack. You can visit them at www.navigraph.com
The localities database was derived from the information made available by geonames.org
and its data source is freely
available for download released under the Creative Commons License 3.0 available at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Some of the icons found in the tab bar were authored by Joseph Wain and were downloaded from:
The plugin for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 and X is developed
by the partner company, Mobiclip S.L.
The Weather is periodically downloaded from the US National Weather Service.
The world coast and border lines were compiled from the data made freely available by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (noaa.gov) - National Geophysical Data Center.