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Need some ideas of which routes to fly when the A320/321 releases

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I'm working on some software that can visualize (AI) flightplans. In this software you can search across multiple (AI) flightplans to find those that meet your criteria. So while testing it I tried to find all routes served by A320 or A321 (input is based on +400 AIG flightplans):

 

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So if you plan to fly them all when the A320/A321 releases you will be busy for a few days :-)

 

Pelle

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Naturally, however its not ready yet. I am working on the se arch-features (last step), and hope to release it for beta-testing within the the next 7-14 days, and if nothing blows up, it will be released.

 

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As of now I can filter on Flightplans and Aircrafts, but I need to implement filter on Airport/Country/Regiion/Subregion and time/distance (e.g. I want to find all flights in/out of EDDM in a A320 lasting between 1½ and 2½ hours).

 

Pelle

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We would love to add this to the file set of the busses. Of course with full credits and free shopping for you. Would you consider that?

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That sounds like a very nice offer. I can't however ship it with any flightplans included (except perhaps for one), as those I have used here are from AIG. So for the program to have any real value the users will have to download/import all the flightplans themselves. Here in this example I have imported +400 AIG flightplans, but naturally fewer will still give a lot of flights to fly ;-)

 

You are welcome to PM me, if you have any questions.

 

Pelle

 

EDIT: Having said that its easy to import most flightplans, as you simply have to pick the ZIP-file (e.g. downloaded from AIG) and then it will automatically unzip it and parse the files. Once I had all my support data-files in the air, I think I spend 2-3 hours importing all those +400 files. Here are the screen shots for importing a single file:

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I do not think there is any copyright on those files.... so we might include them. Drop me a mail at Mathijs.kok@aerosoft.com please. 

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2 hours ago, Mathijs Kok said:

I do not think there is any copyright on those files.... so we might include them. Drop me a mail at Mathijs.kok@aerosoft.com please. 

 

That is correct boss, absolutely no Copyright on flight plans, which is why we can find real world routes on many different places on the web including freeware flight sim apps.

 

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Mathijis:  if you can strike a deal with Pellil it would be just plain fantastic.  I hope you succeed as it would be a great addition.

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