HUGE THANKS!!!!

Thank you to the many donors to MyFlightRoute.com. 2020 donations have exceeded the operation costs for the first time. I am pleased that MyFlightRoute.com was able to make a donation of $300.00 to the EAA in support of the Young Eagles program.

L88 - New Cuyama Status

Per a recent (11/24/2020) Facebook post made by the owners, they are working to get the airstrip reopened. Per an earlier post, it has been closed since May 2020 (at least).

Data Cycle 2015 PREVIEW

Effective January 28, 2021 (cycle 2101), the following airport changes will become effective:
  • 0TA7 - ALTA VISTA RANCH will close

  • 5WA5 - RULES ROOST will be added
  • CO49 - GREENHORN will be added

    Airport name changes (FAA is continuing to implimment airport naming standards)

  • 0OR5 - EAST OREGON CATTLE CO changes to EAST OREGON CATTLE COMPANY
  • 0S5  - NEZ PERCE MUNI changes to NEZPERCE MUNI
  • 36CA - STONE LAND CO changes to STONE LAND COMPANY
  • 3MT4 - MADDOX RANCH CO changes to MADDOX RANCH COMPANY
  • KCPU - CALAVERAS CO-MAURY RASMUSSEN FLD changes to CALAVERAS COUNTY-MAURY RASMUSSEN FLD
  • NM16 - CHAMA LAND & CATTLE CO changes to CHAMA LAND & CATTLE COMPANY
  • TA13 - NEBTEX LAND CO changes to NEBTEX LAND COMPANY
  • KTDO - ED CARLSON MEML FLD - SOUTH LEWIS CO changes to ED CARLSON MEML FLD - SOUTH LEWIS COUNTY

Data Cycle 2014

Effective December 31, 2020 (cycle 2014), the following airport changes became effective:
  • 12WT - WALKER closed
  • 38AZ - PEABODY BEDARD FIELD closed
  • 91OR - ABBA'S closed
  • MT09 - FLOYD RANCH closed
  • MT11 - FISH HATCHERY FARM closed

  • 1OR5 - MAC FLD added
  • 2WA2 - RED ROCK FLD added
  • 5WA2 - BUTLER FLD added
  • MT89 - SANDS added
  • OR79 - FLYING ALPACA added
  • OR85 - HIDEAWAY added

  • 7S1 - TWIN BRIDGES became KRVF - RUBY VALLEY FLD

    In addition, 298 airports had minor name changes as standardized abbreviations were implemented across the entire country:

  • FIELD - FLD
  • MEMORIAL - MEML
  • INTERNATIONAL - INTL
  • MUNICIPAL - MUNI
  • METROPOLITAN - METRO
  • EXECUTIVE - EXEC
  • REGIONAL - RGNL
  • AIRPORT no longer used in a name

State of Arizona - Alphabet Challenge

The Arizona Alphabet Challenge is now available. Enjoy this scenic routing through the "Grand Canyon State" designed by the PilotEdge Marketing staff. While most of you have likely explored the Grand Canyon, this challenge routes you through many other parts of the state, ranging from busy Phoenix Sky Harbor (PHX) to the picturesque Avi Suquilla (P20). PilotEdge oldtimers may recall P20 as the former home of the Golden Eagle Aviation Network.

Washington State Alphabet Challenge

Be sure to check out the Washington State Alphabet Challenge. The Alphabet Challenges are now officially sanctioned PilotEdge flight experiences which have been designed by the PilotEdge staff (more info). Be sure to check them out.

Utilities designed for use with PilotEdge.

MyFlightRoute includes an assortment of utilities designed to enhance the simulation experience when flying on the PilotEdge ATC network. You will find the various utilities organized by the phase of flight.

  • Pre-Flight

    • Flight Search:
      Helps you find a flight that meets your specific objectives
    • TEC Route Search:
      Aids in locating the appropriate SOCAL TEC route
    • Storm Chaser:
      Helps you locate airports based on current weather conditions
  • In Flight

    • Flight Information (C-R-A-F-T):
      An automated “knee board” containing much of the information you need in flight, including links to current charts, procedures and airport diagrams. It is also updated with the most current ATIS data provided by PilotEdge
    • D-ATIS:
      Provides D-ATIS service through an FMS interface
  • Post Flight

    • Flight Analysis:
      Plots your flight on a SkyVector chart so you can review your actual flight path in relation to charted air space
  • Alphabet Challenges

    • Fly the "Alphabet Challenge" routes and log your progress
  • Tools

    • N-Number:
      Selects a random N-number for your use which is in compliance with FAA regulations (Canadian and Mexican registrations also available)
    • Equipment Suffix:
      Confused about the proper equipment code to use? Answer a few questions and the interface will show you the proper equipment suffix
    • FSEconomy Job Search:
      Identifies FSEconomy jobs within the PilotEdge Coverage area.

Share Your Sim Photo

Got a great photo of your sim? Send it over and get it included in the gallery of images shown on the right. Submit it using the 'Contact' link above.

Test Your Knowledge

To level off from a descent maintaining the descending airspeed, the pilot should lead the desired altitude by approximately

A.
60 feet.
B.
50 feet.
C.
20 feet.