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Thread: Are there any websites to plan a flight-plan and download it onto FSX?

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    Default Are there any websites to plan a flight-plan and download it onto FSX?

    Are there any websites to plan a flight-plan and download it onto FSX? flightsimaviation.com is a really good website, but it does not allow me to download the flight plan. Are there any websites that I can actually download the flight plan?
    Thanks a lot!

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    Simroutes works for x 9 and a few others iirc.

    although, at least for 9 you have to txt edit the plan to add the altitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T18 View Post
    Simroutes works for x 9 and a few others iirc.

    although, at least for 9 you have to txt edit the plan to add the altitude.
    Thanks, but how can I import them into my FSX as a flight plan?

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    After you enter the dep and destination points at simroutes.com, if a plan is found click on it and the next screen will show you the doenload button.

    Simroutes allows you to download the flight plan for FSX *.PLN. For me with vista the FSX plans are kept in documents\flight simulator FSX files folder. Once you put the file in there it will be available to FSX when you start it up. Use the planner to load the file and you should see it in there

    good luck

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    I use vroute. It should do what you are wanting. The interface is a little clunky, but I use it to get realistic flight plans that you can download in FSX format.

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    You can plan your flight and save it in FSX using Plan-G. You can get it here..........http://www.tasoftware.co.uk/

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