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    • Hi there,   I heard PFPX ver. 2.03 now supports prohibited & restrictive airspace and was toggled on by default. However, I found restrictive airspace is only available for a few countries in the default database. I would like to ask if there a way to show this information worldwide or is there a way to update the database using a plugin or manual editing?   I asked this because everytime the route is automatically generated I got caution message saying the route transits a restrictive area. I have to edit the route manually (I did not check ignore the restriction option in Advanced Flight Planner) I want the program to do this for me, that avoids any prohibited airspace or active restrictive airspace.   Thank you very much for the assistance.   Cheers, Gordon