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damon80 Guest

Is there anywhere where I can get simple flightplans from? Just something with a list of frequencies I can put in the radios, to get from point A to point B?

I want to do a few basic flights 1st in the Cessna, before embarking on a trans-atlantic flight - I fancy doing Manchester to Orlando (don't think the cessy 172 will be up to that flight!! 😂 )

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Tailhook Chief Captain

damon80 wrote:

Is there anywhere where I can get simple flightplans from? Just something with a list of frequencies I can put in the radios, to get from point A to point B?

I want to do a few basic flights 1st in the Cessna, before embarking on a trans-atlantic flight - I fancy doing Manchester to Orlando (don't think the cessy 172 will be up to that flight!! 😂 )

Maybe this is what you're looking for ➡ https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/9600/looking-for-flightplans/

damon80 Guest

Yeah, I saw that before I posted my question, but reading the readme file in the plans I downloaded, it sounded like they were for programming in AI aircraft flights... unless I've got the wrong end of the stick???

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lkw First Officer

Check this out maybe what you are looking for.
http://www.simroutes.com/fb2/details.aspx?PlanID=3465

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liam (Liono) Chief Captain
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JTH First Officer

Those flightplans look cool but what can you do with them? I have Traffic 2005 and FS Passengers if it makes a difference. Thanks!

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HardLanding First Officer

I'm not sure I'm understanding the question. FS will prepare a flight plan, using the Flight Planner, given an origin and a destination. I've only tried the VFR option, using VOR to VOR and low-altitude airways. But in the first case the NavLog presented me with a sequence of VOR stations and their frequencies, plus the radials to fly, and in the second case I was given a heading and an altitude. What, in addition, is being asked for here?

Does anyone here actually plot a course on paper? I just read Charles Wood's article about that, and as soon as I can get the sectional to print at the correct size and find a protractor, I'm going to try a few.

HL

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Go to a pilots store at a local Airport and you should be able to find some sectionals for your aera. 😀

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