RE: Having Trouble Saving Flight Plans in Flight Planner
I'll try to answer your first one: After you create the flight,start sim.As soon as sim starts,at the gate or whatever, hit "alt" and select "save flight". Then, give it a name if you prefer. Now, next time you fire up FS9, go to "saved flights"(not create a flight) and select your recent saved flight. You should have everything as you saved it, including starting position, cruise altitude and weather.Also helpful for those looonnggg flights,as you can save as mentioned, then resume later from where you left off.
Sorry, don't know the answer to your second question, as I don't use FSNav.
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