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Concorde Performance System Calculator ZipDive!  Download

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Concorde Performance System X (CPS-X) is a standalone program that will accept a FSX/P3D flight plan and after passenger and crew info has been added by the user will calculate fuel, take-off speeds, reheat times plus engine settings. It will also generate the CIVA ADEU files necessary for Concorde navigation via the INS. There were different rules for Air France and British Airways Concordes and these are allowed for in the program. The resultant information will be output to XML files that can be loaded via the Concorde menu system and a PDF file containing all relevant information that can be printed if required. This was formerly donation-ware software but the author - a French expert on Concorde - has announced his retirement and has graciously donated his program to the community. If you love Concorde this is the definitive program to help you get the best out of this magnificent aircraft sadly no longer flying.


Filename: cps-x_vip_full_setup.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 30th July 2018, 18:11:38
Downloads: 2741
Author: Ray Proudfoot on behalf of Pierre Chassang
Size: 117385kb


Flight Simulator First Officer (FSFO) QW787 Edition ZipDive!  Download

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Flight Simulator First Officer 787 QW Edition is a must have utility specifically coded to work with all versions of the Quality Wings 787; in short, it adds a touch of realism while providing a copilot to share cockpit responsibilities. FSFO 787 does not require strict adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (i.e. scripts), reading lengthy manuals or precise speech. To that end, it can be as complex or simple as you want; for example, FSFO can complete the entire Pre Flight procedure/flow, or only those functions you chose not to accomplish. Regardless, he will check every switch to ensure it's placed in the correct position for any flight phase. Just hit connect and fly with confidence that your First Officer is helping you fly this complicated aircraft.


Filename: fsfoqw787.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 2nd August 2020, 19:38:02
Downloads: 243
Author: Matthew R King
Size: 206541kb


Flight Simulator First Officer (FSFO) V3.1 ZipDive!  Download

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Flight Simulator First Officer V3.1 is a generic copilot designed to work with any aircraft that conform to Xplane (via XPUIPC), FS9, FSX and P3D V3/V4 SDK; in short, it adds a touch of realism while providing a copilot to share cockpit responsibilities. FSFO V3 does not require strict adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (i.e. scripts), reading lengthy manuals or precise speech. To that end, it can be as complex or simple as you want; for example, FSFO can complete the entire Before Start Checklist, or only those functions you chose not to accomplish. Regardless, he will check every switch to ensure it's placed in the correct position. Just hit connect and fly with confidence that your First Officer is there sharing responsibilities For a list of features, go here: http://flightsimaddons.proboards.com/thread/106/introducing-fsfo-v3. Change log from 3.0 to 3.1 here: http://flightsimaddons.proboards.com/thread/109/updates


Filename: fsfov3_1.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 5th July 2019, 03:28:07
Downloads: 1175
Author: Matthew King
Size: 205611kb


Flightplan Visualizer 1.09 ZipDive!  Download

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Flightplan Visualizer (FV) version 1.9.0. Copyright 2018-2019 by Pelle F. S. Liljendal (pelle@liljendal.dk), all rights reserved. FV comes with 300 Commercial-, and +380 BizJet AI pre-imported flightplans which the creators of those flightplans have gracefully allowed me to include with the installer, however you are able to import additional (AI) flightplans if you want to. Once imported these (AI) flightplans can be visualized on a map-view, and the user will be able to search accross all these. Hence you can use the program as inspiration as to which routes to fly. E.g. you can search across all imported flightplans to find all flights in an A321 flying into/out from LDDU, or simply to look for all flights in a Boeing 747-8F. Simply run the included installer to install the software. The program will be installed into "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flightplan Visualizer" and all datafiles will be installed into: "C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\FlightplanVisualizer". The program comes with a full manual explaining everything, and a 3 page quick manual to get you started. The first 3 times you run the program the quick manual will automatically open. The forum is hosted here: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/forum/919-flightplan-visualizer/ Version 1.9 is adding METAR and TAF-reports and decoding of these Pelle


Filename: flightplanvisualizer109.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 1st February 2019, 18:49:11
Downloads: 282
Author: Pelle Liljendal
Size: 25326kb


Flightplan Visualizer 1.10 ZipDive!  Download

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Flightplan Visualizer (FV) version 1.10.0. Copyright 2018-2019 by Pelle F. S. Liljendal (pelle@liljendal.dk), all rights reserved. FV comes with 300 Commercial-, and +380 BizJet AI pre-imported flightplans which the creators of those flightplans have gracefully allowed me to include with the installer, however you are able to import additional (AI) flightplans if you want to. Once imported these (AI) flightplans can be visualized on a map-view, and the user will be able to search accross all these. Hence you can use the program as inspiration as to which routes to fly. E.g. you can search across all imported flightplans to find all flights in an A321 flying into/out from LDDU, or simply to look for all flights in a Boeing 747-8F. Simply run the included installer to install the software. The program will be installed into "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flightplan Visualizer" and all datafiles will be installed into: "C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\FlightplanVisualizer". The program comes with a full manual explaining everything, and a 3 page quick manual to get you started. The first 3 times you run the program the quick manual will automatically open. The forum is hosted here: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/forum/919-flightplan-visualizer/ Version 1.10 Contains the following changes: In the flightplan combo-box at the bottom of the main-form, "Active Search" have been renamed into "Last Search". Picking "Last Search" from the flightplan combo-box, will re-execute the last performed search, and populate the map accordingly. A new entry called "None", have been added flightplan combo-box (at the top of the list). Chosing this item will "deselect" the otherwise current search or selected flightplan, and clear the map of routes. A form have been added to assist enabling/disabling flightplans. Gate-letters/numbers are now by default written using a (5x7) Matrix-"font". If you want to revert to the segment-"font", used in previous versions, simply set the value of the "UseMatrixGateChars" tag in the settings-file to false. changed how the Gate-letters/numbers are written in the round gate-markers on the map. Previously all "chars" had the same width. Now the width is dependant on which sub-elements are in use by each "char" (e.g. a "1" is not as wide as an "8"), as a result the gate letter/number are more easy to read. Zulu- and local-time added to the "Selected airport" group-box in the upper/right corner of the main form. If no airport is selected, or no time-zone is registred for the selected airport, only zulu-time will be displayed. Selections of favorite aircraft can now be saved and loaded.⦁ This selection of aircraft can be loaded as a selection of aircraft in the "Search leg" form. Video tutorials can now be accessed from the "Help" menu. These are simply "links" to the actual videos on YouTube, hence will launch the default browser. If you hold SHIFT the url will in stead be copied to the clipboard (e.g. in case you want to upen the link in another browser). In the same manner the "Help" menu now contains a link to the forum. The form with decoded METAR/TAF-messages now shows: name, city, and country/state for the selected station in the caption. This text will also be embedded when copying the content to the clipboard. Likewise UTC/Local-time is also embedded when copying the content to the clipboard as it can be used to show the "age" of the report and convert between UTC and Local -times (based on the difference of UTC- and local-time). The info presented when pressing the "Show Scenery Gates" button on the Airport Info form, can now be copied to the clipboard. Various minor "behind the scenes" changes and optimizations. Added support for additional aircraft: Airbus A220-100 (CS100), Airbus A220-300 (CS300), Boeing 777-8 and Boeing 777-9. Listviews containing both (aircraft) IATA and ICAO-codes now all list them in the following order: IATA, ICAO (both individual sortable). Hovering the mouse over gate-markers the hint window will no show the radius both in meters and feet. Editing gate-info you will now see more info for the gate being edited: Type, Size (meters and feet) and if applicable: airlines. Fixed: Minor bug in relation to how the airport size was calculated. Fixed: IATA/ICAO columns were swapped when choosing Favorite Aircraft. Fixed: Typo on the METAR/TAF-decoder form.


Filename: flightplanvisualizerinstaller_1_10_0.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 5th June 2019, 21:20:51
Downloads: 298
Author: Pelle Liljendal
Size: 25402kb


Flightplan Visualizer 1.11 ZipDive!  Download

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Flightplan Visualizer (FV) version 1.11.0. Copyright 2018-2019 by Pelle F. S. Liljendal (pelle@liljendal.dk), all rights reserved. FV comes with 540 pre-imported Commercial AI flightplans (+380 BizJet flightplans are available as a separate download). However you are able to import additional (AI) flightplans yourself. Once imported these (AI) flightplans can be visualized on a map-view, and the user will be able to search accross all these. Hence you can use the program as inspiration as to which routes to fly. E.g. you can search across all imported flightplans to find all flights in an A321 flying into/out from LDDU, or simply to look for all flights in a Boeing 747-8F. Simply run the included installer to install the software. The program will be installed into "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flightplan Visualizer" and all datafiles will be installed into: "C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\FlightplanVisualizer". The program comes with a full manual explaining everything, and a 3 page quick manual to get you started. The first 3 times you run the program the quick manual will automatically open. The forum is hosted here: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/forum/919-flightplan-visualizer/ Version 1.11 Contains the following changes: The file-format of the Flightplan-files was changed to accommodate some planed changes. The program remains backward compatible, so "old" flightplans can still be loaded. I wanted to implement these changes BEFORE I began importing new flightplans, to ensure these new/updated flightplans are all utilizing the new format. On startup the old flightplans will automatically be converted to the new format. The new installer now comes bundled with 540 commercial flightplans (schedules:22291, legs:699158) whereas the old one "only" contained 300 commercial flighplans (schedules:16786, legs:536198). All BizJet flightplans were removed from the installer and are now available as a separate download. A new settings-form have been added to eliminate the need to manually edit the settings-file using a text-editor. A new menu-item have been added which opens an explore window browsing the content of the UserData folder. Individual (disabled) flightplan-files can now be permanently deleted via the "Enable/disable flightplans" form. Flightplan sub-folders (with exception of "Disabled") can now be marked as "enabled" (using a check-box). Meaning that the flightplans in these will be also loaded on startup (along with the files in the root-folder). Using the "Enable/disable flightplans" form you can now both move and copy flightplans (based on the value of the radio-buttons). A creator-field have been added to flightplans, which can be entered when you import/edit a flightplan. The name of the creator is displayed as a tool tip when hoovering the mouse over the combo-box in the bottom of the main-form. When importing new Flightplans the program will try to grab creator and provider from the files bundled with the flightplan. Likewise a button is added to the import-form which list the content of the text-files (e.g. "ReadMe.txt"), in case you need to manually grab the creators name from this file. Both when importing- and editing flightplans a new column have been added to the airport list-view containing comments regarding airports that have been redirected (from one ICAO to another), or airports classified as pseudo-airports (in case the airport does not exists in the flightsim). The elevation-column from previous versions was removed to make more room for the comment-column. Added a new form to edit airport-redirections (redirect from one ICAO to another on import). In the airport-info form you can now switch between showing flights for the selected flightplan/last search and all flights to/from the airport being displayed. Added a new "Nearby Airports" tab-sheet to the Airport-info form, which shows a distance-sorted list of nearby airports. In the previous versions all new aircraft were automatically added to the selection of favorite aircraft. From version 1.11 you must manually choose which are your favorites (upgrading from a previous version, your current selection of favorites will NOT be changed). First letter of decoded-metar is now changed to uppercase, and a checkbox lets you decide if you want to perserve line-breaks in the decoded text copied to the clipboard. Switched position of "Save" and "Cancel" buttons in airport-info form, to match layout of other forms. Like elsewhere in the program, the airport search-browser now lists the icao-codes with an asterisk (*) for each airport that is a pseudo airport. Greatly improved the responsiveness/performance of the browser-forms, when searching for : Airports, Airlines and Aircraft. Managed to shave off a few 10th of a second loading/processing data at startup. Added support for additional Aircraft. Many of the Airports in the supplied data-files were updated likewise some new Airlines were added as well. Made the importer stronger to import flightplans where aircraft names are not in quotes, and multiweek days are written as "1/3" in stead of "10". Fixed: When manually redirecting an airport during import, the flightplan was not visualized corretly until re-loading the flightplan (e.g. restarting the program). Fixed: Closing the Enable/Disable-flightplan using other means than the close-button would not make the program re-load active flightplans afterwards. Fixed: Several of the combo-boxes on the airport-info form allowed text being entered into them. Fixed: Corrected an issue with map-caching. Pelle


Filename: flightplanvisualizerinstaller_1_11_0.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 7th July 2019, 18:15:30
Downloads: 219
Author: Pelle Liljendal
Size: 30671kb


Flightplan Visualizer 1.12 ZipDive!  Download

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Flightplan Visualizer (FV) version 1.12.0. Copyright 2018-2019 by Pelle F. S. Liljendal (pelle@liljendal.dk), all rights reserved. FV comes with 540 pre-imported Commercial AI flightplans (+380 BizJet flightplans are available as a separate download). However you are able to import additional (AI) flightplans yourself. Once imported these (AI) flightplans can be visualized on a map-view, and the user will be able to search accross all these. Hence you can use the program as inspiration as to which routes to fly. E.g. you can search across all imported flightplans to find all flights in an A321 flying into/out from LDDU, or simply to look for all flights in a Boeing 747-8F. Simply run the included installer to install the software. The program will be installed into "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flightplan Visualizer" and all datafiles will be installed into: "C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\FlightplanVisualizer". The program comes with a full manual explaining everything, and a 3 page quick manual to get you started. The first 3 times you run the program the quick manual will automatically open. The forum is hosted here: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/forum/919-flightplan-visualizer/ Version 1.12 Contains the following changes: ⦁ Ability to automatically check for available program-updates. The actual download of the new installer is still a manual process, but the program will at least list the download-URL. However You cannot see this feature in action until the next version will be released ;-) Updated the flightplan file-format to accommodate changes in the latest versions of (AI) flightplans. The program remains backward compatible and can still read older flightplans, however these might “miss” some (at this time) non-essential information. As a result all “Wi18-19” and “Su19” (and a few “Su18) flightplans have been re-imported and have been bundled with the version 1.12 installer, using the new file-format. Added new "Generate redirection report" button to the redirection edit form. Pressing this button will generate- and display a report of all active pseudo airports and redirections per flightplan. Added new menu-item to re-process all flightplans, according to specified airport-redirections. The "UserAirportRedirect.xml" file bundled with the installer have been updated, based on output from the new "Generate redirection report". These updated airport-redirections have been used to re-process/update all flightplans bundled with the installer. Buttons have been added to the "Leg Info" which allows you to transfer data for a particular leg/flight from FV to SimBrief in order to kick-start your "paper work" for a flight to fly. The "Leg Info" form also got buttons to show decoded METAR/TAF, and the raw METAR/TAF is also embedded in the text copied to the clipboard (when pressing the appropriate button). In settings you can now speficy the path of the folder holding the files that MakeRunway generates (if not specified it will use the UserData folder). Once set to the folder where MakeRunway generates its files (e.g. the P3D folder), you only have to run MakeRunway, you no longer have to copy the 3 files to the UserData folder. A few new traffic-charts were added to the "Airport Info" form (traffic per: region, sub-region and country), and a combo-box was added to switch between inbound- and outbound-traffic. The "Nearby Airport" form that can be opened from the "Flightplan Import" form now have an extra comment-column with information about the non-pseudo/pseudo airports. The comment column on the airport tab-sheet of the "Flightplan Import" form now also contains more info about non-pseudo/pseudo airports. The Generic Randomizer form got a new button called "Pick random flight", which will display info for a flight, randomly picked from all flights for the selected flightplan, or last search. In the "Search legs" form, you can now enter multiple ICAO-codes (separated by comma) to search for flights to/from these (e.g. search for all flights to/from EBLG or ELLX, by entering "EBLG,ELLX"). If you press SHIFT while clicking the airport browser button, the selected airport will be added to the comma separated list. If you do not hold SHIFT, the list will only contain the newly selected airport. Added support for using FS Global Real Weather (FSGRW) as a Weather provider for METAR-messages (FSGRW does not support TAF-messages). To use FSGRW you must go to settings and specify a full path (including filename) of the file generated by FSGRW. When editing a flightplan the user will be warned if trying to close the form, if changes were made. The menu-item to generate report with all defuct-/obsolete flightplans have been removed from the main-menu, but can now be generated using a button on the "Enable/disable flightplans" form. Now all applicable authors are shown when hoovering the mouse over the flightplan combo-box when a search is active. In previous versions the "Edit" buttons next the flightplan combo-box (on the main form) was only active when a flightplan was selected. Now its also active when "[Last Search]" is selected. However it will instead launch the "Search Legs" form, where you can then edit the criteria of the search. A few airports and airlines have been added/updated in the data-files bundled with the updated installer to accommodate the additional bundled flightplans. The Beluga XL Freighter was added as well as many of the other aircraft were updated with various changes. Added support for a bunch of military aircraft: A6/AE6, A10, C5, C17, E2, E3, EF2000, F14, F15, F16, F18, F22, F35, F111, F117, JAS39, KC10, KC135, MiG 21/23/25/27/29/31, Mirage III/5/2000, Rafale, SU 17/20/22/24/25/27/30/32/34, V22. New "Exclude military aircraft" setting have been added (defaults to true). When true military aircraft will not be shown (can be changed in the settings form). Added new menu-item to load/display current log-file. FV tend to be somewhat memory-hungry while (re)loading all active flightplans, and you might see a peek in memory consumption. But from this release and forward it will try to free up most of the memory once all flightplans have been loaded. Minor changes to the "Enable/disable flightplans" form, to make it more responsive, and added a progressbar that is visible while flightplans are being moved, copied or deleted. Fixed: issue when trying to import a flightplan zip-file containing multiple "Flightplan_XXX" files. If the same zip contains multiple sets of matching files (Flightplan, Aircraft and Airport) the user will now be presented with a combo-box from where the user can pick which set of files to import (only the flightplan-file will be shown). Fixed: The file "f5.csv" was missing from previous installers. Fixed: issue with pseudo-airports when using the "Nearby airports" tab-sheet in the Airport Info form. Fixed: Saving a flightplan that was edited, it would try to save it in the (flightplan) [ROOT] folder even if it was loaded from a sub-folder. Now it will always try to save it in the same location with the same filename. If you want it saved elsewhere/with another filename use the "Save As" button in stead. Imported flightplans will still be saved to the [ROOT] flightplan folder. Fixed: Pressing ENTER in the Flightplan import/edit-form while the comments-field had focus, would close the form (saving the flightplan). Fixed: Result-viewer will no longer display with all text selected. Fixed: METAR/TAF decoder will no longer display with raw-message selected. Fixed: In some cases the program needed to be restarted if changes were made to the weather-provided data in the settings-form. Installer: Comes with +30 new pre-imported (Summer 2019) flightplans of which some are replacements of obsolete flightplans (from previous installers), and 2 of the "old" flightplans have been marked as defunct. Pelle


Filename: flightplanvisualizerinstaller_1_12_0.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 23rd August 2019, 17:15:13
Downloads: 161
Author: Pelle Liljendal
Size: 30720kb


Flightplan Visualizer 1.13 ZipDive!  Download

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Flightplan Visualizer (FV) version 1.13.0. Copyright 2018-2019 by Pelle F. S. Liljendal (pelle@liljendal.dk), all rights reserved. FV comes with 586 pre-imported Commercial AI flightplans (+380 BizJet flightplans are available as a separate download). However you are able to import additional (AI) flightplans yourself. Once imported these (AI) flightplans can be visualized on a map-view, and the user will be able to search accross all these. Hence you can use the program as inspiration as to which routes to fly. E.g. you can search across all imported flightplans to find all flights in an A321 flying into/out from LDDU, or simply to look for all flights in a Boeing 747-8F. Simply run the included installer to install the software. The program will be installed into "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flightplan Visualizer" and all datafiles will be installed into: "C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\FlightplanVisualizer". The program comes with a full manual explaining everything, and a 3 page quick manual to get you started. The first 3 times you run the program the quick manual will automatically open. The forum is hosted here: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/forum/919-flightplan-visualizer/ Version 1.13 Contains the following changes: Flightplans can now be exported in AIFP/TrafficTool-format (the same format that FV is able to import). It means if you have made any changes to a flightplan (e.g. redirected some airports) the flightplan can be exported from FV, and imported into AIFP (AI Flight Planner, by Don Grovestine) where it can be compiled into an AI-traffic bgl-file (traffic "scenery"). A new setting called "Adjust flight-time on airport-redirect" have been added. This setting defaults to "false" (un-checked), however if changed to "true" (checked) the flight-time will be changed if/when departure/destination-airports are changed due to airport-redirections (both automatic and manually). The flight-time is the result of the difference between departure-/destination-time, hence if the flight-time is changed either- or both departure-/destination-time will change as well. The original flight-time is scaled based on the original- and the redirected distance between the departure/destination-airports. When importing/editing flightplans you can now select one or multiple aircraft and delete them. When deleting an aircraft all schedules attached to that aircraft will be deleted as well. One use of this feature could be to remove aircraft you don't have a AI aircraft, prior to exporting the flightplan in AIFP/TT-format, and loading it into AIFP. When importing/editing flightplans a "Similar" button will appear next to the flightplan name if a similar named flightplan exists (e.g. "same name", but different season), or other flighplans exists for the same airline (ICAO). Hoovering the mouse over this button will show the names of these flightplans as a tool-tip, and if you click the button the list will be shown in a window (with some additional information), from where it can be copied to the clipboard if you need to. On the Edit/Import-flightplan form, the Aircraft- and Airport tab-sheets have been swapped, and a new tab-sheet was added to list all routes of the flightplan. For each route the distance is listed along will all aircraft types of the flightplan servicing that route. The "Aircraft" tabsheet of the form to import/edit flightplans now contains a button called: "Fleet report". Pressing this button will generate a report showing the fleet of an airline (based on the flightplan), that is sorted by Aircraft type and registration. For each aircraft it will show a list of all the airports served by that particular aircraft. A "Word-wrap" check-box have been added to the Result-viewer to toggle word-wrap on/off (word-wrap defaults to "on"). In previous versions any changes made in the settings form resulted in all flightplans having to reload (while showing the splash-screen). Changing the path for MakeRunway-files still results in an automatic "reboot" of the program. The combo-box for choosing default direction (outbound/inbound/both) for the leg-search (on reset) have been removed from settings, and it now defaults to "Outbound or Inbound". However in the search legs form you can now save your own preferred "Reset" criteria. When you press the reset-button, it will load this Reset-file (with your preferred reset criteria). If you hold SHIFT while pressing the reset-button (or you have not saved a personal reset-file), it will reset to the default factory-criteria. In the traffic tabsheet of the airport info form there is a combo-box letting you switch between "Selected flightplan" or last-search on main-form" and "All flights to/from this airport". In previous versions it did not perform the search of flights to-/from- the viewed airport until you selected the 2nd item from the combo-box. Now this search is performed in the background as soon as the form is opened, hence choosing the 2nd item in the combo-box is now instantaneous. The "Nearby Airports" tab-sheet in the "Airport Info" form, now have a column listing direction (from the airport to the nearby airports). When listing number of runways and gates (e.g. in the form showing nearby airports, or in the redirection-report), the radius of the largest gate is now included, as there is no need to redirect any 747 traffic to an airport where the largest gate is 23m (a 747 requires a gate with a radius of at least 36m). The frequency-count was removed from the before mentioned listing of runways and gates, to make more room for listing the aircraft serving each airport. The search for airport browse now have a new optional column listing comments (e.g. length of longest rwy and largest gate). The "show" combo-box lets you choose to show comments in stead of "Size/Rank/Traffic" or "Hint-text". Opening the search airport browser from the import/edit flightplan form, will automatically choose to show the comments column, as information regarding rwy length/gate radius can be relevant when redirecting airports. Form "Nearby Airports" now show the GPS-position in the caption of the form. Added runway/gate summary to caption-bar of airport info form, so you no longer need to look at both the runway- and gate- tab-sheet in order to see: number of runways, longest runway, number of gates and largest rate (radius). New check-box added to settings allowing you to include the before mentioned runway/gate info in the airport marker tool-tip on the main map. Region/sub-region added to "Airport Info" form (top/left corner). A new setting (default to disabled) lets you add region/sub-region to the airport marker-hint on the map as well. Added a button to the "airport info" to show the airport at flightradar24 (opens the default browser), and the button on the leg info form to show route the route at flightaware (also using the browser) have been replicated on the route info form. The METAR-/TAF-buttons on the leg info form now shows the raw METAR/TAF-message - as a tool tip - when you hoover the mouse over the buttons. As before, when you press these buttons it will open a window showing the decoded messages. Various minor changes to the leg info form: added info regarding longest runway and largest gate for each airport, and re-positioned some of the fields. Likewise the info copied to the clipboard when you click the appropriate button have been re-ordered as well. Changed flightplan format to accommodate additional information, but the format remains backward compatible. Button added to about-box allowing the user to copy version-info to the clipboard. Managed to "shave off" approx ½ a second during start-up (on my pc). Not a lot but still an improvement :-) Fixed: In the form for importing/editing flightplans the leg-page showed the original distance even if the airports were redirected. Fixed: On leg info form "Dest.Country" and "Dest.Apt" column-order were swapped. Fixed: Tweaked aircraft type detecting to better detect 740-400 and 767-200/300 freighters. In previous versions a few aircrafts were wrongly detected as pax, when they should have been detected as freighter. Data: Airbus 330-800/900 Neo, Boeing 747-400LCF (Dreamlifter), and Embraer 175/190/195-E2 have been added as supported aircraft, and a few additional airlines and airports were added as well. Flightplans: Installer comes with +70 new pre-imported (Summer 2019) flightplans of which some are replacements of obsolete flightplans (from previous installers), and 2 of the "old" flightplans have been marked as defunct, as "Adria Airways" and "Aigle Azur" have filed for bankruptcy and ceased their operations. Flightplans: Among the added flightplans you will find the first flightplan I have made myself, a flightplan for Airbus Transport International covering their 5 Beluga's an 2 Beluga XL's (the latter 2 are stil performing test-flights and have yet to be implemented into their "normal schedule").


Filename: flightplanvisualizerinstaller_1_13_0.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 13th October 2019, 17:50:53
Downloads: 288
Author: Pelle Liljendal
Size: 31185kb


Flightplan Visualizer 1.14 ZipDive!  Download

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Flightplan Visualizer (FV) version 1.14.0. Copyright 2018-2019 by Pelle F. S. Liljendal (pelle@liljendal.dk), all rights reserved. FV comes with 629 pre-imported Commercial AI flightplans (+380 BizJet flightplans are available as a separate download). However you are able to import additional (AI) flightplans yourself. Once imported these (AI) flightplans can be visualized on a map-view, and the user will be able to search accross all these. Hence you can use the program as inspiration as to which routes to fly. E.g. you can search across all imported flightplans to find all flights in an A321 flying into/out from LDDU, or simply to look for all flights in a Boeing 747-8F. Simply run the included installer to install the software. The program will be installed into "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flightplan Visualizer" and all datafiles will be installed into: "C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\FlightplanVisualizer". The program comes with a full manual explaining everything, and a 3 page quick manual to get you started. The first 3 times you run the program the quick manual will automatically open. The forum is hosted here: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/forum/919-flightplan-visualizer/ Version 1.14 Contains the following changes: - Flightplan file-format was changed, to accommodate changes to the airline-data. In previous versions the airline ICAO-code had to be unique, hence not allowing old defunct airlines still remaining in the data-file when a new airline would be issued the same ICAO-code (now they can both exists, and many of the defunct have been marked as defunct). - On start-up old flightplans in enabled folders will automatically be updated to the new format. If you have sub-folders containing additional flightplans, you should make sure these are enabled, in order to have these updated as well. Once they have been updated you can go ahead and disable these sub-folders again as you please. - Its now possible to add user defined airlines, in case you want to add you own fictitious airlines (e.g. VA's) or you want to add airlines missing in the official data-files that I supply with the program (if this is the case, please notify me, so I can add these in the next release of the program). - "Favorite aircraft" have been renamed into "Favorite aircraft-types", as it is the "types" of aircraft you mark. You don't mark a particular aircraft/cofiguration (like the PMDG B737-800 NGXu) as your favorite, but rather the "type" (B737-800). The file containing the (active) favorite aircraft-type selection was renamed as well (you don't have to do anything, the file is automatically renamed on start-up). - Added a new Unit-Conversion form, letting the user convert units of: Speed, Lenght/Distance, Weight/Volume, Pressure and Temperature. The Weight/Volumne conversions is a bit special as it lets the user convert between weight (kg/lbs) and volume (liter/gal), thanks to a Fuel Density that defaults to 0.785, but can be changed by the user. - All search-forms (seaching for airport, aircraft and airline) was changed to ignore whitespeaces (e.g. "airBaltic" vs. "air Baltic"), and ignore diacritics (e.g. "Aerolínea" vs. "Aerolinea"), making it more easy to find what you are searching for in one go. - The airline search-form will by default exclude airlines that have been marked as defunct. However a new "Include defunct" check-box have been added to the form, allowing you to include these (who am I to say you can not still use "Air Berlin", "Monarch" or "Thomas Cook" flightplans if you want to). - Added 3 new columns to the airline search form showing commence/cease-date, and wheter or not the airline is "in use" (as carrier/operator by any of the active fligthplans). - State is now by default excluded when using the airport search form, which make it a lot more convenient to find airports in the city of "New York". State can still be included in the search by choosing a different search-type using the combo-box in the upper/right corner. - When Flightplan Visualizer needs for perform potentially lengthy operations it will spread the workload over the available cores of the CPU. However if you want to limit which cores it uses you can now set the affinity-mask in the settings form. - The splash-screen shown when the program starts, and when reloading active flightplans was prevoiusly always shown on top (top-most), but if you find this anoying it can now be disabled in settings. - Fixed: Warnings/errors regarding loading flightplans were only displayed at start-up. Now they are shown whenever all active flightplans are loaded (e.g. after having enabled a sub-folder). - Data: The airline-data got a major update, and a bunch of new airlines were added, and the data for MANY others were updated. It is a manual process to update these, almost as funny to do as to watch paint dry ;-) - Data: A few countries had a wrong- or no sub-region code, so these were fixed/updated. As usual, if any of you spot any erros, or missing data, please use the forum to notify me. - Data: Additional info added to the aircraft-data (in preparation for some future plans). - Flightplans: All flightplans bundled with the installer have been updated to the new file-format. - Flightplans: Thanks to Ryan Carson (RCAI) for allowing me to bundle the installer with a few of his flightplans, so the installer comes with the very first winter 2019-2020 flightplan. - Flightplans: The good people over at AIG (Alpha India Group) have been VERY busy since the last release, hence the installer comes with +130 new pre-imported flightplans, bringing the total to 629. This update concludes Summer 2019, and AIG already have the first Winter 2019/2020 flight-plans in beta-test. Pelle


Filename: flightplanvisualizerinstaller_1_14_0.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 10th December 2019, 06:59:46
Downloads: 323
Author: Pelle Liljendal
Size: 31754kb


Flightplan Visualizer 1.15 ZipDive!  Download

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Flightplan Visualizer (FV) version 1.15.0. Copyright 2018-2020 by Pelle F. S. Liljendal (pelle@liljendal.dk), all rights reserved. FV comes with 738 pre-imported Commercial AI flightplans (+380 BizJet flightplans are available as a separate download). However you are able to import additional (AI) flightplans yourself. Once imported these (AI) flightplans can be visualized on a map-view, and the user will be able to search accross all these. Hence you can use the program as inspiration as to which routes to fly. E.g. you can search across all imported flightplans to find all flights in an A321 flying into/out from LDDU, or simply to look for all flights in a Boeing 747-8F. Simply run the included installer to install the software. The program will be installed into "C:\Program Files (x86)\Flightplan Visualizer" and all datafiles will be installed into: "C:\Users\[UserName]\AppData\Roaming\FlightplanVisualizer". The program comes with a full manual explaining everything, and a 3 page quick manual to get you started. The first 3 times you run the program the quick manual will automatically open. The forum is hosted here: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/forum/919-flightplan-visualizer/ Version 1.15 Contains the following changes: - As a first, you can now import flightplans even if one or more aircraft-types cannot be automatically detected during import. These will instead be assigned to a dummy-type during import, however you need to manually assign substitute aircraft-type(s) before being able to save the imported flightplan. If/when the program gets support for the aircraft-type(s) that were missing during import, the substitute aircraft-types can either be re-detected manually or by using the "Re-process aircraft/airport-redirects" menu-item. - Added a combo-box that can be used to filter the flightplans that are shown in the flightplan combo-box on the main-form (e.g. enter "west" to see only flightplans containing "west" in the name). Hovering the mouse over this new filter combo-box will show examples of the more complex filters (e.g. filter by provider, author, season, year, and so on). - In version 1.14 user-airlines were added, and these could be accessed via a menu-item on the main-form. However in version 1.15 you can now also add user-airlines from the import-flightplan form, so you don't have to abort a pending import, and go to the main form in case you find you are missing a user-airline. - Added MRU-lists (Most Recent Used) to the browser-forms used to search for: Airport, Aircraft and Airline. The text-edit in the top of these forms have been replaced by a combo-box holding up to 20 items (in chronological order, with the most recent at the top). - Added a new chart to the Airport Info form showing: "Daily flights per international/domestic/same state". - Added Utilization-pct to the fleet report (both total for the entire fleet, and per aircraft). The Utilization-pct is also visible for the displayed schedule (for a single aircraft) in the Leg-Info form. This value tells the pct of time the aircraft spends servicing the schedule (the remaining time the aircraft "sits at the gate", including the time spend loading/unloading passenger and cargo, loading fuel, being serviced by ground-crew and what not). - On the main-form, renamed menu-item "Re-process airport-redirects" into "Re-process flightplans". - Distance from selected airport to mouse-position on main-map moved from the bottom of the form to the upper/right-corner of the form (where info of selected airport is listed). - Using the (right-click) context-menu on the main-form airports can now be toggled (on/off) as being favorites. - A few minor changes were made to the default leg search criteria. If you have saved your own default, you should go to the leg search form, press-and-hold SHIFT while clicking the "Reset" button (to reset to "factory default"), then set the criteria to your perferences, and finally press the "Save Reset" button to re-save your preferences. - Added MRU-list (Most Recent Used) to fuel-density combo-box on Unit Conversion form. If empty, the list will be preloaded with the values 0.7850 (old default), 0.8040 (often used as a standard for Jet-A), 0.8200 (often used as a standard for Jet-A1). The user is still able to enter another value. - The values used in the unit-conversion form are saved with the settings file, so each time you open the form will contain the values entered last time you used the form. - Tweaked the method for calculated flight-time. In previous version the same parameters were used for calculating flight-time for all flights. Now these parameters are dependant on distance, resulting in calculated flight times that are closer to those used in the flight-plans (based on statistic-data from +700.000 AI flights). - Some of the aircraft have been marked as "Retro", and in settings you can choose to exclude the "Retro" (they are enabled by default). - Improved (Boeing) aircraft-type detection when importing flightplans using non-standard naming, such as "B744F" in stead of "747-400F" or "B736" in stead of "737-600". - Updated all libraries in use to the latest versions, and addressed some minor issues with the map. - Fixed: Newer versions of MyRwy are outputting airport elevation as a floating point value (e.g. "629.92") whereas older versions were outputting it as an integer value (e.g. "630"). In previous versions of FV the floating point value "629.92" was wrongly read as an elevation of 62992 ft. The program can now both handle floating point and integer values, hence can be used with both old- and new versions of MkRwy. - Fixed: When adding new user-airlines in version 1.14, callsign was being set to the name of the airline, in stead of the entered callsign. If you added any user-airlines in version 1.14, you should edit these with version 1.15, and set the callsigns again. - Fixed: If a Leg search was active (combo-box in bottom of main-form showing "[Last Search]") and all flightplans were disabled in "Enable/Disable -flightplans" the program would shut-down with an exception. - Fixed: The list of the airline-codes (gate-tab on Airline-Info form) started with a comma, however comma should only be used to separate the items when multiple airline-codes were associated with the same gate (3rd party scenery only). - Fixed: In some cases the cruise-speed was not shown correctly in the Aircraft search form. - Fixed: Some of the menu-items for launching the (YouTube) tutorial-videos were missing the tool-tip text ("Hold SHIFT to copy url to clipboard"). - Fixed: About-box can now be closed with ESC, like most other forms. - Fixed: potential issue reading xml-data, perhaps with a the benefit of a slightly better performance. - Data: Added support for flightplans using "retro" aircraft types such as: Aerospatiale SE-210 Caravelle, British Aerosapce ATP/BAC One Eleven, Concorde, DC-3, DC-4, DC-6, DC-8, De Havilland Comet, Fokker F28, Hawker Siddeley HS 121 Trident, Ilyushin Il-18/20/22/24/86, Lockheed Constellation/L-188 Electra, Shorts SC-5, Tupolev TU-134, Vickers VC10/Viscount, and thanks to user Aucery Lockheed 1011. - Data: Support for additional aircraft-types added as well: BN-2A Trislander, CASA C-212/C-235, CubCrafters XCub, DHC-2 Beaver/Turbo-Beaver, DHC-3 Otter, DHC-5 Buffalo, Diamond DA-42/62, Extra EA-300, Honda HA-420, ICON A5, NAMC YS-11, Mooney, Mudry CAP 10, Pilatus PC-6/PC-24, Piper Cub/Super Cub, Robin DR-300/400, Shorts SC-7, Tecnam P2012/P2006T - Data: Some of the aircraft-types, for which multiple ICAO/IATA-codes exists, were split into two (one for Pax and one for Freight), e.g. Convair 580, DC-9-10/30/40, and Il-96. As a result you should execute "Re-process flightplans" (found in the "Flightplan" menu), and "Re-detect all" aircraft. - Data: A few missing aircraft IATA/ICAO codes were added, and some "behind the screen" data for multiple aircraft were updated as well. - Data: A few Airlines were added/updated (a big THANK YOU to Bruce Nicholson for the assistance keeping these data up-to-date). - Flightplans: The good people over at AIG (Alpha India Group) have once again been VERY busy since the last release, hence the installer comes with 298 new/updated pre-imported flightplans, bringing the total of flightplans bundled with the installer to 738. - Flightplans: A few flightplans were bundled with the program in duplicates (2 slightly different names, or 2 different seasons). These duplicates have been marked as obsolete, and have been removed from the installer. Using the "Select all obsolete flightplans" menu-item in "Enable/disable-flightplans" you can mark these flightplans and move them to the "Disabled" folder, from where they can be deleted. Pelle


Filename: flightplanvisualizerinstaller_1_15_0.zip
License: Freeware, limited distribution
Added: 20th March 2020, 17:08:52
Downloads: 319
Author: Pelle Liljendal
Size: 29593kb


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