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Real World Airline Flightplans

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Is there anywhere I can find real world flightplans that are used by airlines? I am talking flightplans that I can look at and load into my PMDG 737 FMC and fly, not AI flightplans. My method of using FSNavigator to pick sids and stars which give me the shortest distance to my intended destination does not seem very realistic. Would be nice to have some airliner flightplans that are or have been used in the real world. Thanks for the helpRyan

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I believe FSBuild has a lot of real-world flight plans, plus free add-on plans that certain carriers use. I haven't been able to afford any new FS software lately, so I can't speak about it specifically.One thing I find nice are the maps that the flight shops carry. They usually run about 5 to 9 US dollars. I live in Phoenix, Arizona (KPHX) and have so far purchased the all of the Arizona maps for VFR and low and high altitude IFR. The IFR Enroute High Altitude maps are excellent! Three maps give you the entire U.S. with a little overlap, and they include all the jet airways, navaids, boundaries, airports and more! Worth checking out, since most of the data you need for planning comes from there.Chris

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In the Us, you can check out www.fltplan.com if there is an FAA preferred route, it will give it to you. Otherwise it probably no different than FSNav.scott s..

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On the FSBuild site, there is a link on the bottom right corner of the nav bar under library that says "Flightplans." Clicking that will take you to a page that you can download Southwest Airlines flightplans that are just in a text file which you can use on an FMC or copy and paste into a flightplanner. This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the idea Chris.I will try the fltplan.com site when I get home. Thanks for the link Scott.Does anyone else know of any other place to download airline flightplans?

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