Author: Christian Grimsel Date: 15 Aug 2007
FS98/FS2000/FS2002/FS2004/FSX QCoord. Right coordinates, wrong position? Why latitude and longitude are *never* enough to accurately define your position. The enclosed pdf document explains why and with the program you can do some calculations. Based on the EPSG database. QCoord is based on former CTransF. The new version corrects bugs and now also supports projections, Brit. Nat. Grid, Amersfoort, GK, UTM.
Author: Mike Lewis Date: 02 Jan 2007
FS95/FS98/FS2000/FS2002/FS2004/FSX FS Utility - Flight Randomizer. This Excel spreadsheet with macros will randomly generate a destination based on origin, min and max distance, and runway length. Requires MS Excel and macros to be enabled. Designed for FS2004, but can be used with any version of FS.
Author: Eduardo Lebron Date: 30 Nov 2006
FS2002/FS2004 Random AI Flight Generator. This is a small application to generate a full flight plan automatically. This program will randmoly generate each leg, assign flight level, flight number, and creates the FlightPlans.txt file. You have to compile the resulting file with TTools.
Author: Charles Wood Date: 02 Jun 2006
FS2002 Commemorative, Amelia Earhart's 1937 World Flight. Here is a set of FS2002 flights to commemorate Amelia Earhart's ill-fated 1937 World Flight. She and Navigator Fred Noonan disappeared on 2 July 1937 on their 2224 nm flight from Lae, New Guinea to Howland Island. They had already completed 19,000 nm. There are two options for flying these flights, a 29-leg version matching Earhart's with leg lengths up to 20 hours or a 107-leg version with an average leg length of one and a half hours. Best to fly this commemorative with the Lockheed Electra L10E, but can be flown by other twin-engine aircraft with less realism. Simple one-step installation. Extensive notes accompany the flight descriptions. Includes scenery for airports not available in FS2002.