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This may be a bit of an odd question but I remember asking and reading about real world flightplans for Norway (Wideroe) and someone said that in some area's in Europe a lot of planes don't really fly from waypoint to waypoint anymore but in a rather straight and short line. There was a specific name for those kind of flights. Does this ring a bell with anyone...? I forgot how those kind of flights were called.

I am (once more) looking for real world domestic Wideroe routes but can't find them. 😉

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Would that be "Direct?"


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