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Qastor 3 is now available - win a one year licence!


published on 18 October 2020 463 -

QPS is pleased to announce that Qastor 3 is now available on iOS and Windows.

This brand new version of Qastor is a multi functional navigation platform, which has been developed, designed and tested in cooperation with world-class pilots. Explore straightforward navigation software with optimal docking and piloting capabilities.

Enjoy easy exchange settings between profiles and utilize real-time information to make smart decisions. Interested in learning more about its features, read more in the release notes.

QPS is celebrating this release by giving away a one year license for Qastor 3. Just share, like and follow Qastor 3 on LinkedIn to enter this giveaway.

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