China Airspace Corridors

Hello,

I like to keep my flights fairly relaistic when possible, So if I’m flying over mainland China, I heard there are corridors for civilian air traffic, are these in Infinite Flight already or do I just have to guess where they are. For example:

Planes are following the red line here (i drew this line)

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These are everywhere. I don’t think you can see them in-flight but if you use flight plan creators which create your FPL using previous IRL FPLs they should already be implemented to your flight plan.

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Thank you @tunamkol

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No worries! Have a great day :)


lol we are so formal now innit

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Imagine having thingies like this similar to the oceanic tracks, that would be cool but not useful

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The map would be SO messy. There would be lines going everywhere.

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bUt ItS rEaLiStIc

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Yeah lol, i think the map we have right now is too much, whenever i show it with all filters turned off (no waypoints etc)[only airports] they think im showing them some kind of nerdy script or something with tiny dots everywhere

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You don’t need to guess-ish…? You can find civilian airways on a website like SkyVector (which is a little limited due to the shoddy coverage, thus you don’t see every option, you can DM me for better sources), which will pretty much do you justice with regard to avoiding restricted airspaces.

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Why dont we add crashes, wouldn’t that be

Huh mate?👀😏😂

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Yea, it is lol…

I’m sure we’ll see airways in-sim eventually. To be fair, they are already there, you just have to enter the individual waypoints.

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@lhr_pilot A great catch!

In fact these are not just normal airways, but one of the “Major Air Corridors” . In China, we currently have 7 Major Air Corridors, with the plan to have 10+3 in the future.

The 10+3 corridors are Beijing-Kunming, Guangzhou-Lanzhou, Shanghai-Lanzhou, Shanghai-Harbin, Shanghai-Chengdu, China-Korea, the newly-established Beijing-Guangzhou which started operation in May, Beijing-Shanghai, Shanghai-Guangzhou, Jiaozhou-Kunming, and 3 double-track lines: Lanzhou-Urumqi, Chengdu-Lhasa, and Shanghai-Fukuoka.

Approximate routing (does not imply the exact track):

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