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    Flight Planning

    Hi,

    Anyone know of a good flight planning software for the UK and Europe etc?

    Many Thanks

    Rob

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    I use this it has everything you need for flight planning all over the world.

    http://www.vroute.net/

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    I like FS Build, but Ive only used it for the US and Carribean.
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    You might one to try this online site as well.
    http://www.flightsimaviation.com/_flight_planner.html

    However doesnt have the very latest routes though but good for a quick flight is you dont have to other pllner tools.

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    From what I hear, FBOweb has the real world routes flown in europe in its database. You just have to subscribe to their service to access them.

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    Who's FBOweb, and what's their link. I hate to guess, probably something simple like......

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattO View Post
    Who's FBOweb, and what's their link. I hate to guess, probably something simple like......
    No problem Matt, their link is: http://www.fboweb.com/

    Its pretty much like flightaware, but with the addition of some more features and european flights. (Be sure to double check about the european flights before you subscribe)

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    The good thing about Vroute is that it is updated regularly, And is connected to Vatsim for all your online flying.
    One of the best options this has is it's scenery option, What ever airport you place into your flight plan a
    list of available scenery comes up.

    Has many more functions to many to mention

    Damien
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    Dare I say, I find vroute superb for North American routes but it's database can be a bit thin on Europe.....

    I use Route Finder free edition:-

    http://rfinder.asalink.net/free/
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