Visual Aircraft Weight & Balance Calculator
Welcome to the Visual Aircraft Weight & Balance Calculator
This free web service allows you as pilot to check the weight and balance of all the aircraft that you have saved the
configurations of. Results are displayed numerically and graphically at the same time.
and install Java 2 Standard Edition to get it to work. Please do not try using ancient browsers on this
site (such as MSIE 5.0) because they almost surely won't work (properly). If you're using MSIE, then also make sure the security option "Scripting of Java applets" is
set to "Enable".
- First, make sure you've read this whole page before doing anything else (i.e. RTFM).
- Login to the demo account (use demo as user id and demo as password), select an aircraft configuration, and play around with it.
The demo account currently has four sample aircraft configurations: a PA28 Piper Warrior, a Cessna 172, a PA34-200T Piper Seneca II, and a PA32-300 Piper Cherokee Six. These configurations are of course for demonstration purposes only
and should not be used for determining the weight and balance of any real aircraft. Once you've selected an aircraft you can also
press the then visible "edit" button after which you can see how that aircraft was configured.
- If you still like what you see and if you want to add your own aircraft configuration(s), then sign up for a free account.
- After signing up and logging in, you'll be able to enter as many aircraft weight and balance configurations as you like (this is one situation where
your Pilots Operating Manual will prove useful). You'll be able to use these entered configurations each time you log in and quickly
determine if your airplane is safely loaded from the take off to the zero fuel parts of the flight.