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Thread: Has anything replaced FSNavigator?

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    Default Has anything replaced FSNavigator?

    I remember the original developer passed away and it wasn't going to be continued...
    Has anything else similar come along?

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    There's a freeware program named Plan-G thatt functions very similarly, and is for FSX. It works very nicely.
    The latest, greatest version can be found RIGHT HERE.
    You might want to give it a look...
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    That title/name rings a bell!
    Thanks!

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    Little Navmap is awesome. This is what I use and it is free. There is a program called FSTramp that is similar to and I think is an updated version of FS Navigator. You get 20 free flights and then you pay so much to use for a period of time, 1 to 4 years ranging in price from $51.18 CAD for 1 year to $136.48 for CAD for 4 years. You never really own it.

    Links:
    FSTramp: http://fstramp.com/
    Little Navmap: https://albar965.github.io/littlenavmap.html

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    I appreciate the tips on replacing FSNavigator. I've missed it for flight planning, as you can spend a fair bit of money and still not get something as easy to use, or modify.
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    There's also FS Commander. I'm about to test it in FSX tonight.

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    Cool, let us know if you like it or not!
    Thanks for all input, guys.

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    I have FSC10,FS Tramp,LittleNavMap and G-Plan,but out of the four my favourite has to be Little Nav Map because of it's simplicty in flight planning especially for VFR which I mainly do.
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    Thanks for your input!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freebird View Post
    Cool, let us know if you like it or not!
    Thanks for all input, guys.

    Well, after testing FS Commander, I didn't care for it. It's well featured though. I'll still use LittleNavMap instead.

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