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Hi, I have a comment. So, what I would really luv to be able to do, is you know when you pull up "world map" and it shows you your position & some of the other details? Well, the one thing they should have is to make it so you can hold a navigational plotter up to the screen to figure out VOR radials and bearings to destinations, to me that would make it much more realistic.

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You can download charts in pdf format from the FAA.

Once you open a chart, you can open the MB Ruler and easily do plots.

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I have FSCommander9 and it uses a navigation plotter as one of the map tools.

It will easily measure distance, heading and reciprocal heading to any two points or VORs on the map.

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On ‎10‎/‎25‎/‎2017 at 4:35 PM, RayHff said:

You can download charts in pdf format from the FAA.

Once you open a chart, you can open the MB Ruler and easily do plots.

That's awesome, I will check it out, I was thinking about this again last nite because the chart would obviously also give land elevation, something else that one would want to know. Thanks much.

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On ‎10‎/‎25‎/‎2017 at 10:04 PM, signmanbob said:

Here is a VFR Flight Planner that I just now found.  I haven't tried it yet, but it may also have tools for manually plotting a flight plan by VORs.

http://vfrflight.org/en/index.html

Thank you also, I will check this all out later tonight and hopefully get it to work in sync with FSX.

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5 minutes ago, Anthony Biaggio said:

Thank you also, I will check this all out later tonight and hopefully get it to work in sync with FSX.

That one seems to be possibly under development, here is one I've used before at my local airport in NY.    https://skyvector.com/

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