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    Routes available for aircraft?

    Is there any information regarding what routes a user can fly with a specific airline? I.e. would they mostly be restricted to real world routes flown by the airline and some allowances for charter flights or could would we have a bunch of planes randomly flown and parked in far away places

    looking forward to this app regardless.

    best
    Philip

    #2
    I'm pretty sure you just take a plane out and fly it wherever you want, then check it back in. Just don't do something like leave it in the middle of the desert or Antarctica or something.
    Captain Kevin

    Kevin Yang

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      #3
      Or do
      Tim Barker FAA ATCS

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        #4
        I'm sure there will be those who will take it upon themselves to leave planes in places where the runway was barely long enough to stop, let alone take off again, or in the middle of no where just because they can. Likewise, leaving some obscure switch out of place to trap some unsuspecting soul who just wants to fly the plane. Now... where did I leave my cynic pills?
        Mike Dryden

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          #5
          Originally posted by Mickel View Post
          I'm sure there will be those who will take it upon themselves to leave planes in places where the runway was barely long enough to stop, let alone take off again, or in the middle of no where just because they can. Likewise, leaving some obscure switch out of place to trap some unsuspecting soul who just wants to fly the plane. Now... where did I leave my cynic pills?
          Mike believe me if there are such individuals, that would leave the planes in such places will be dealt with As for the switches there is a reason we have checklists
          Chris Makris (Olympic260)
          PMDG Technical Support
          http://www.pmdg.com

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            #6
            What is this 'checklist' of which you speak?


            Mike Dryden

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              #7
              https://flightaware.com/
              Peter Walsh.

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                #8
                Originally posted by VBHB View Post
                Not quite what he was asking.
                Captain Kevin

                Kevin Yang

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
                  Not quite what he was asking.
                  "Is there any information regarding what routes a user can fly with a specific airline?"

                  I'll answer half his question then.
                  Peter Walsh.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by VBHB View Post
                    "Is there any information regarding what routes a user can fly with a specific airline?"

                    I'll answer half his question then.
                    His next sentence clarified what he meant with his question.
                    Captain Kevin

                    Kevin Yang

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
                      His next sentence clarified what he meant with his question.
                      Thanks. You don't have to follow me around the boards pointing things out to me. It's very weird. Cheers. It's this how you get your post count up?
                      Peter Walsh.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by VBHB View Post
                        Thanks. You don't have to follow me around the boards pointing things out to me. It's very weird. Cheers. It's this how you get your post count up?
                        I really don't concern myself with post count, but if you really want to know, a lot of it is from helping people with the issues they've had with various aircraft.
                        Captain Kevin

                        Kevin Yang

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                          #13
                          Kevins helping hand with issues that people have here on the forum is second to none.Great knowledge of aviation.
                          Danny Z.Cebis

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