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    Saved flight plans

    I've been trying to locate where in FSX/P3D are the flight plans located and what file extension are they?

    Thanks

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    They are in the C:\Users\XXXX\Documents\Flight Simulator X Files directory where XXXX is your user name and they have .PLN as the extension.

    They are XML files that are readable

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sieggie View Post
    They are in the C:\Users\XXXX\Documents\Flight Simulator X Files directory where XXXX is your user name and they have .PLN as the extension.

    They are XML files that are readable

    Dave

    Does that apply to AI Flight Plans too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gray eagle View Post
    Does that apply to AI Flight Plans too?
    Negative grey eagle

    AI flight plans will be found in FSX/ scenery/ world/ scenery where they are stored a .bgls. You can create them and put them anywhere you want - Addonscenery folder for instance. That way you can tick/ un-tick them in the scenery library to activate them individually, whatever.
    Jim
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ganter View Post
    Negative grey eagle

    AI flight plans will be found in FSX/ scenery/ world/ scenery where they are stored a .bgls. You can create them and put them anywhere you want - Addonscenery folder for instance. That way you can tick/ un-tick them in the scenery library to activate them individually, whatever.
    Thanks for the info. I upgraded computers and to WIN 10 as well, had reinstalled an AI aircraft and I see it is on the tools explorer flight plan, just didn't remember where that flight plan was
    stored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gray eagle View Post
    Thanks for the info. I upgraded computers and to WIN 10 as well, had reinstalled an AI aircraft and I see it is on the tools explorer flight plan, just didn't remember where that flight plan was
    stored.
    When it is an add-on ai aircraft with flightplans, it will be wherever the installer put it, if an installer was used, which may be the default location pointed to by ganter, (FSX/scenery/world/scenery,) as a .bgl, or it could be in a add-on scenery's scenery folder. In this case the scenery would have usually come with the aircraft, and the install instructions would usually tell you where it puts it.

    I always keep all my instructions, and the original zip file my sceneries and aircraft come in, for quick reference of just this kind of question.
    Don H

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