Mobile Apps

Your missions—mobile.

Discover uvGO.

Plan, build, and manage successful missions worldwide with uvGO—available for your Apple® iPad®, iPhone®, and online. You have access to do-it-yourself trip planning resources, as well as complete mission coordination through your Universal® Trip Support Team.

Available in three formats

Here’s what it can do.

Flight Planning

Create and file flight plans for domestic, regional, and intercontinental routes. View route on weather overlays. Perform advanced functions like runway analysis, weight and balance, ETOPS, FIR avoidance, and GPS RAIM prediction.

More on our online flight planning system

Aviation Weather

Review worldwide aviation weather and NOTAMs. View radar, satellite, TAFs, and METARs. Apply graphical weather layers to planned routes. Check seven-day forecasts.

UVair® Fuel Program

Find any of the 5,000+ UVair Fueling Card-accepting locations worldwide. Review all-inclusive fuel price estimates based on your pre-negotiated discount rate. Make fueling arrangements and review fuel release information.

More on the UVair Fuel Program

Datalink and Fleet Status

View position detail information for every aircraft in your fleet on an interactive map. Review messages to and from the aircraft, send messages, and access message history.

More on datalink services through Satcom Direct

Airports, FBOs, and Ground Services

Access information on worldwide airports, FBOs, caterers, ground transportation, hotels, and restaurants. Check airport satellite views and diagrams. Review U.S. and Canada Customs contact information. Mobile app users retain access to most these features when offline.

Mission Alerts

Receive automatic alerts for potential issues impacting your trips. View details on restrictions, runway closures, fuel shortages, CIQ changes, and more—as soon as information is made available.

Security

Quickly determine the security threat level at your destination.

Offline Decision Making

Perform quick “feasibility checks” based on great circle route calculations. Access airport and FBO information. Create trip legs. Make conversion calculations. Access all your stored trip info—uvGO caches it locally for you!

Mission Coordination through Universal

Build and submit trips.

  • Create trip legs and trip binders for submission to your Universal trip support team
  • Arrange government and third-party services including permits, slots, handling, catering, hotels, and more
  • Create trips offline for submission when Internet is available

Review, edit, and share.

  • See status of all current service requests
  • Review permit information, service confirmations, and “next leg” information prior to departure
  • Easily make edits for resubmission to Universal as plans change
  • Download, view, share, and print operational briefing packages, and get alerts when new packages are available

See where uvGO will take you.

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  • Explore operational insights from our blog.

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      by Gheri Armano on January 23, 2019 at 12:30

      The Carnival of Venice 2018 is an annual celebration of music, culture and costumes and it takes place Jan 27-Feb 15 on Venice island. If you’re attending via general aviation (GA) it’s best to make parking, aircraft support and crew accommodations arrangements as soon as the... The post Operating a business jet to the Carnival of Venice 2019 appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog. […]

    • How the U.S. Government Shutdown could impact your business aviation mission
      by Laura Everington on January 17, 2019 at 11:49

      Since late December 2018, the United States Government has been shut down due to a political dispute. The shutdown has had several impacts on the business aviation industry. With no immediate end in site, here’s what you need to know about how the shutdown could impact your business aviation mission. 1. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Currently, CBP is affected only with overtime arrivals. It is important that operators communicate directly with their port of entry to clarify any local port impacts on proposed arrival times, especially if the operation proposes to arrive after normal business hours. User Fee Decals […] The post How the U.S. Government Shutdown could impact your business aviation mission appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog. […]

    • Traveling to Rio Carnival 2019: Airports, Parking, Permits, PPRs & CIQ
      by Marcia Taue on January 16, 2019 at 12:30

      This year’s Rio Carnival runs March 1-5 with assorted events ranging from parades, music, and samba hall rehearsals. You can either arrive on the cusp of the activities and dive straight into the festivities or perhaps land in Rio earlier to witness spectacles additional spectacles, such as... The post Traveling to Rio Carnival 2019: Airports, Parking, Permits, PPRs & CIQ appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog. […]

    • Bizav pilots asked to decrease runway occupancy time for arrivals at VHHH
      by Sarah Kalmeta on January 10, 2019 at 19:15

      During its ongoing flow control efforts, Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (HKCAD) recently observed a documented difference in runway occupancy time for arrivals (ROTA) between commercial and business/GA operators... The post Bizav pilots asked to decrease runway occupancy time for arrivals at VHHH appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog. […]