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Airline Route Mapper tool (windows based)

Airline Route Mapper tool (windows based)

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Old Mar 29, 19, 6:11 am
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New version here:

http://depositfiles.com/files/p3dfgdwmf


Updated: Africa, south and central America, eastern, northern, southern, central Europe (except Germany)
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Old Mar 30, 19, 11:29 am
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Love the airline FFP functionality. Its not perfect, but still a big leap forward and quite fascinating to look at. Well done and much appreciated!
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Old Mar 30, 19, 11:34 am
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The version on the Airline Route Mapper website has been updated as well.
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Old Apr 2, 19, 1:55 pm
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This app is really cool.

One question, as a curious developer... How hard would it be to add flight numbers to the routes?
Are there any central repos for flight number data?
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Old Apr 2, 19, 3:55 pm
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Even if it were technically easy, you would likely have lawyers from the likes of OAG breathing down your neck.

For this reason, I (as the original author) intentionally didn't include any timetable data or flight numbers. The purpose of the app is to show you all possible routes you can fly (it was inspired by OAG Flight Atlas, which is no longer being published). Once you know the route, it should be easy enough to look up timetables for that route.

There are commercial flight databases out there (like OAG, FlightAware etc.), but they will probably want your arm and your leg to use their data.
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