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Hello everyone,I know this is not a PMDG related topic, but seeing as it's probally the largest and most active forum in AVSIM, was hoping to get some feedback on your "expertise".Does anyone know of a website that has enroute charts online? Your feedback is much appriceated!!! :-) Thanks,Gerry

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Gerry,If you are looking for the most active forum in Avsim - nothing can match the main MSFS General Discussion forum.Michael J.

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and usually you will find a lot on the VATSIM vACCs websites :) Luca

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>Here you'll find both High and Low enroute charts that cover>pretty much any place you might care to fly to. Just scroll>down to the Enroute Charts section and select the desired>region. Enjoy.>>Victor>>https://164.214.2.62/products/digitalaero/index.cfm>>>http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/800driver.jpgI've been checking there and you can find enroute charts for all over the world but US. It's says this about it:"NOTICE: The U.S. & Alaska IFR Enroute Low & High Altitude Charts are an FAA/NACO Product and not currently available in PDF format"I guess that means that those charts are not free...:-(

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Nothing's free nowadays. :( It was a miracle they made these enroute supplements available. I think if you were to buy a hard copy of all the charts you need to fly in a real airliner you'd spend upwards of 1000 bucks for just one hemisphere. Enjoy the NIMA database while it lasts because there's some talk about shutting it down due to alleged copyright violations by making these charts public.Victorhttp://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/800driver.jpg

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http://myairplane.com/ On the bar on the left you will see VFR Sectionals, VFR Terminal Area Charts, IFR Enroute Charts(Both high and low) all are free. This is the only place that I go if I am looking for charts in the US.

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Thanks to all you folks who responded!:-beerchug Gerry

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>>On the bar on the left you will see VFR Sectionals, VFR>Terminal Area Charts, IFR Enroute Charts(Both high and low)>all are free.But at least for me none of these 3 areas work on this site. I always get "this page can't be displayed". But I get NACO approach plates from them with no problem.Michael J.WinXP-Home SP2,AMD64 3500+,Abit AV8,Radeon X800Pro,36GB Raptor,1GB PC3200,Audigy 2http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/747400.jpghttp://www.hifisim.com/images/asv_beta_member.jpg

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None of the links work for me either. I've went directly to the website and still dosen't work. Ken.

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at the bottom of myairplane.comMaybe this has something to do with it?I buy my maps from the local airport, and the regular NACO one's aren't expensive. Maybe 7 dollars per map? Three of them cover the whole US for high alt enroute.

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Guys.. figure this ... VFR sectionals, VFR terminal, IFR enroute maps all free and readily available at the click of a button .. life would be too good. :-lol Michael J.

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>>Guys.. figure this ... VFR sectionals, VFR terminal, IFR>enroute maps all free and readily available at the click of a>button .. life would be too good. :-lol> >Michael J.>No kidding! :(

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Michael J,>Guys.. figure this ... VFR sectionals, VFR terminal, IFR enroute >maps all free and readily available at the click of a button .. life >would be too good. :-lolVery true my friend, but I gotta ask, the FAA publishes current SID's, STAR's, and Approach Plates in PDF format for free, figured Enroute charts would be next!(Probally the size of the chart in PDF format is too much to handle from a US Gov website???) I know for 12 bucks I can get a one time shot of the U.S. High-Altitude Enroute series, (mailed to me in paper), but it would be nice to have "sim-current" charts to play around with VATSIM!Have a good evening!Gerry

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Hi GerryEnroute charts for USA is difficult to find on the net. Let me know if you find some :)But for most of the world Eurocontrol in Belgium has a free site with charts for almost all the world.You will need to register but it is absolutely free.And sadly the site seems only to work with Explorer. :(Here's the adress: http://www.ead.eurocontrol.int/publicuser/...ic/pu/logout.doBest regards Audun

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