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Old September 18th 04, 10:44 PM
Dean Wilkinson
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For immediate release

Razor's Edge Software releases AirPlan Lite, a free-ware version of
the popular AirPlan flight planning software package.

Boise , ID - September 18, 2004 - Razor's Edge Software, producer of
AirPlan flight planning software, announced the release of a new
product; AirPlan Lite.

Razor's Edge Software is now offering AirPlan Lite as a freeware
flight planning software utility for the Windows operating system.
AirPlan Lite is a reduced feature set version of the popular AirPlan
flight planning software utility. It provides the core flight
planning features of the commercial version of AirPlan without many of
the more advanced features such as the GPS interface, weather radar
overlay, moving map mode, and digital sectional charts.

AirPlan Lite is currently available for download from Razor's Edge
Software at http://www.razorsedgesoft.com/airplanlite.zip AirPlan
Lite is being offered as-is with no plans for future feature
enhancements or updates. The database files provided with the
software are current as of June 2004. User's who wish to utilize
current data can update the AirPlan Lite database for $5.00 U.S at any
time by following the link found under the Help menu selection.

"We felt that we needed to respond to the trend toward free basic
flight planning services that are currently being offered via AOPA,
EAA, and DUATS. AirPlan Lite offers pilots a good flight planning
utility that they can use whether or not they have internet access
with no up-front expense. It is hoped that more pilots will discover
the value of AirPlan this way. By offering inexpensive database
updates for AirPlan Lite, there is no reason for pilots to plan with
outdated information," said Dean Wilkinson, President of Razor's Edge
Software. "At the same time that we are releasing AirPlan Lite, we
are continuing to improve the commercial version of AirPlan to make it
an increasingly better value. Version 8.0 is planned for release this
fall. Current user's of AirPlan should be impressed with the
improvements. User's of AirPlan Lite will find that the user
interface of AirPlan is quite familiar to them should they choose to
step up to the commercial version."

For more information, please visit www.razorsedgesoft.com.

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