Lido/mPilot: Tutorials

Want to know more about our iOS-based electronic navigation charts? Watch our latest Lido/mPilot tutorials to find out more!

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Lido/mPilot 4.9 Tutorial – Pin and Line Annotations for the Lido/AMM

With this release of the Lido/mPilot, we have added the possibility for pilots to make pin and line annotations on their Lido/AMM. With the new line annotations feature, pilots can quickly trace their taxi clearance visually on their airport moving map. This gives them the possibility to stay more focused on taxiing without worrying about memorizing their clearance. With the pin annotations, the pilot notes functionality from the enroute map has been extended to the Lido/AMM.

Lido/mPilot 4.9 – Attach Documents to a Note

The “Attach Documents to a Note” functionality in the Lido/mPilot allows pilots to attach documents to a pin on the enroute map. Once pinned, pilots can set reminders to view company documents when the aircraft has reached a specific geographic point.

Lido/mPilot 4.0 – Pilot notes

The pilot notes tool gives users the ability to create notes and link them to geographical points on the enroute map.

Lido/mPilot 4.0 – Range Rings

The range rings tool can be used to prepare ETOPS flights. The feature provides pilots with the ability to depict a selected circular area on the enroute map using custom values for either distance, speed or time.

Lido/mPilot 3.0 Tutorial – Lido/AMM on iOS

Lido/mPilot 3.0 marks the launch of the Airport Moving Map, Lido/AMM, on iOS. This release is designed to improve pilots' situational awareness during taxi operations in all weather conditions so that their attention can be focused on what really matters: safe and efficient aircraft operations.

Lido/mPilot 2.0 Tutorial 1 – Flight Folder and Start-up

Lido/mPilot 2.0 Tutorial 2 – Enroute Map

Lido/mPilot 2.0 Tutorial 3 – Graphical User Interface

Lido/mPilot - How to Upload Documents Using DVMS

This tutorial provides information for airline administrators on how to upload documents to Lido/mPilot using DVMS.