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    I have been told that the program FSNavigator 4.7 is no longer being supported (and also no longer being used). I have attempted to get a response from the website to no avail -- no one will answer. Does anyone know if there is a reasonable replacement? Are there any other flight simulator programs like navigator still available? I am seeking whatever information regarding similar programs!

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    I list some flight planning software on this page of the MSFS Gateway... FS Tramp is the direct successor of FSNavigator and is by the same the author.
    https://www.msfsgateway.com/flightplanning.html
    Last edited by tones777; 02-17-2020 at 08:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tailspin55_01 View Post
    Link is dead, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Robinson View Post
    Link is dead, lol
    Dead already after nearly 17 years? Some of these website owners need to get their act together.
    Mark Daniels

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    Quote Originally Posted by kastrol49 View Post
    I have been told that the program FSNavigator 4.7 is no longer being supported (and also no longer being used). I have attempted to get a response from the website to no avail -- no one will answer. Does anyone know if there is a reasonable replacement? Are there any other flight simulator programs like navigator still available? I am seeking whatever information regarding similar programs!
    FSNavigator gone, years ago.
    Get FS Tramp

    The dangers of requesting long-dead addons!

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    This has to be the oldest thread I've ever seen revived...............
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think that FStramp works with FS2004

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    You're right...it won't. But the good news is Helge made a freeware version of FSNav available when the support was dropped. One place to get it is here: http://www.bobholland.com/fs/fsnav/default.htm.....Doug
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    That page gives a 404 error, & it was not freeware at the time.
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