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airernie

Help finding a flight planner

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I know there are tons of threads on this topic and I've read a bunch of them, but I am looking for a flight planner that at minimum meets two requirements;

 

1) Makes use of Navigraph data and  2) produces a flight plan that can be imported in FSX.

 

Plan-G does the latter, but has a lack of IFR data.  It is afterall a VFR flight planner, so the fact that it allows me to plan as many IFR flights as it does amazes me.

 

Some of the other high end planners seem to only produce data in their format.

 

Other requirements are less important.

 

Thanks,

Ernie

 

 

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Thanks..

 

I looked at both of these, but neither in their blurbs specifed whether or not they will "import" into the FSX flight planner (exp:  generate a *.pln file).

 

If I'm wrong then I need to look at both of these again, or perhaps download the trial if one is available.

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Thanks..

 

I looked at both of these, but neither in their blurbs specifed whether or not they will "import" into the FSX flight planner (exp:  generate a *.pln file).

 

If I'm wrong then I need to look at both of these again, or perhaps download the trial if one is available.

 

Simbrief.com is free and does export in .pln file along with other addons.

PFPX is payware and it does too (not 100% sure. Don't own it)

also onlineflightplanner.org has the option of using whichever AIRAC cycle you want

and does export to various formats nicluding FSX .pln.

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Thanks..

 

I looked at both of these, but neither in their blurbs specifed whether or not they will "import" into the FSX flight planner (exp:  generate a *.pln file).

 

If I'm wrong then I need to look at both of these again, or perhaps download the trial if one is available.

 

FS commander will export flightplans in various formats which then can be opened in FSX or used as company routes in payware aircraft.

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