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Old 01-13-2018, 7:23 AM
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Default Military base outlines

Hey Guys and Ladies, I was wondering does anyone have any outlines of Military bases they use for Planeplotter? I tried the Yahoo group for Planeplotter and nothing is uploaded there so I am asking here.

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Default Airport Outlines

If you go to www.flightaware.com and enter an airport identifier, click on the tab for airport diagrams. You can download a pdf file with a map of the airport. You can use the general name if you don't know the identifier.
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If you go to www.flightaware.com and enter an airport identifier, click on the tab for airport diagrams. You can download a pdf file with a map of the airport. You can use the general name if you don't know the identifier.
Thank you for that. Also, I am looking for the outlines of the Military bases so I can add the outline file to Planeplotter.
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Default Airport Diagrams

You should be able to find military airports on there as well. I've downloaded a number of them for the bases I've visited...
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You should be able to find military airports on there as well. I've downloaded a number of them for the bases I've visited...
How do I add that type of file to Planeplotter once I downloaded to my desktop?
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I'm sorry, I'm not familiar with Plane Plotter.
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Default Moa's and outlines.

Are asking for this stuff? The ranges and MOA's? Read this post https://forums.radioreference.com/ai...ar-server.html Not sure if planeplotter does the same custom content thing?? You can get this view. (See Photo)
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Are asking for this stuff? The ranges and MOA's? Read this post https://forums.radioreference.com/ai...ar-server.html Not sure if planeplotter does the same custom content thing?? You can get this view. (See Photo)

Yes, That is what I was looking for! Thank you Ronald.
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