Discord

I have recently started a Discord sever for MyFlightRoute.
I shall be publishing navdata changes there alongside the website. Please feel free to drop in for a chat, any suggestions for MFR are welcome, too! To join, please see the widget on the right, or use this link.

Data Cycle Updates

Data updates are now exclusively posted on the new site that is currently in testing.

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

Due to visual illusion, when landing on a narrower than usual runway, the aircraft will appear to be

A.
higher than actual, leading to a higher than normal approach.
B.
higher than actual, leading to a lower than normal approach.
C.
lower than actual, leading to a higher than normal approach.