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    Hi
    I'm running XPlane 11 on Windows 10 and want a "free standing" flight planning package - ie one that can be used in Windows when XPlane is off line. I've come across "XP flight planner" that seems to do the job for a reasonable price but can't find any reviews on this particular package. Can anyone confirm it's "real" & also provide any comment on how effective it is?

    There are other similar sounding packages, eg - xflightplanner.net - but this is something completely different. Any comments on that one?

    Thanks
    Greg (confused!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregDN View Post
    Hi
    I'm running XPlane 11 on Windows 10 and want a "free standing" flight planning package - ie one that can be used in Windows when XPlane is off line. I've come across "XP flight planner" that seems to do the job for a reasonable price but can't find any reviews on this particular package. Can anyone confirm it's "real" & also provide any comment on how effective it is?

    There are other similar sounding packages, eg - xflightplanner.net - but this is something completely different. Any comments on that one?

    Thanks
    Greg (confused!)
    Hi Greg,

    Do yourself a favor and try Little NavMap - it's free - under active development - and it's the best one I've ever come across for Flight Sims... Did I mention it's FREE - LOL ?

    Supported platforms: Windows 7/8/10, macOS (10.10 or newer only) and Linux (64 bit only).

    Support for Flight Simulator X, Flight Simulator - Steam Edition, Prepar3D v2, v3, v4 and X-Plane 11 (64 bit).

    https://albar965.github.io/littlenavmap.html

    Regards,
    Scott

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