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Dear All,

Planning international flights is requiring to know where are the FIR bounderies and to be able to know in which FIR we are flying at each point. I was not able to get this information with Sky Deamon : where can I find this ? When we touch somewhere on the map to get the "What is there ?" pop-up, in addition of airspaces, coordinates, SIV frequency, must also appear the FIR ID.
This information is absolutly required for flight Plan filling in EET/LFEE0020 for instance, for reaching the French Reims FIR LFEE 20 minutes after take-off...

Please help me !

Thanks.

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SD will create the flight plan with the crossing times.
Create the route, enter your personnal informations.
In the Route Menu, choose File a Flight Plan.
SD will then show a pop-up with all the flight plan informations, you can modify those and then file the flight plan. The border crossings are automatically inserted.

Edited 4/29/2019 9:39:51 AM by pgroell
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pgroell - 4/29/2019 9:39:31 AM
SD will create the flight plan with the crossing times.
Create the route, enter your personnal informations.
In the Route Menu, choose File a Flight Plan.
SD will then show a pop-up with all the flight plan informations, you can modify those and then file the flight plan. The border crossings are automatically inserted.

Dear pgroell,

I eared about that solution, that should work abviously. Nevertheless, the information is avaialble in the databases and the software can handle with it. It should be bo costless and usefull to insert it in the contextual menu which gives informations regarding a specified location... as some other highly reputed do !

As a consequence, I'm still reserving my choice and having more thinking before I purchase.

Thank you for your reply.

Bertrand.

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clergeot - 4/29/2019 10:20:29 AM
pgroell - 4/29/2019 9:39:31 AM
SD will create the flight plan with the crossing times.
Create the route, enter your personnal informations.
In the Route Menu, choose File a Flight Plan.
SD will then show a pop-up with all the flight plan informations, you can modify those and then file the flight plan. The border crossings are automatically inserted.

Dear pgroell,

I eared about that solution, that should work abviously. Nevertheless, the information is avaialble in the databases and the software can handle with it. It should be bo costless and usefull to insert it in the contextual menu which gives informations regarding a specified location... as some other highly reputed do !

As a consequence, I'm still reserving my choice and having more thinking before I purchase.

Thank you for your reply.

Bertrand.

Additionaly, and unfortunatly, the access to the PFL form (Route menu) is only granted provided there is an active internet access on the device... even if this is only for consulting the EET/ datas... so the proposed solution is very restrictive and desapointing, and appears to be something missing on an application that has many advantages and quality.

Regards.

Bertrand.

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It sounds like you're trying to use SkyDemon to help you fill in an old-style paper flightplan form. SkyDemon is forward-looking and produces a form for digital filing, including required things like estimated times at FIR boundaries.

We have many things on our development lists but implementing features that make it easier to do things the old-fashioned way never make it high on these lists, sorry. The information you want exists in SkyDemon but it's part of our digital flightplan filing functionality.

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