How can I copy routes from SimBrief similar to FLPtoIF?

Example:ZGGG to YSSY

SimBrief route: SARE1L SAREX W6 NLG W18 TAMOT B330 CH A583 ZAM A461 AMN R340 AGETA UH201 SCO H12 BOREE BORE3A

FLPtoIF route:ZGGG DE02R GG412 GG414 TAN GG417 GG432 POU SAREX NLG TAMOT CH 2203N/11408E SABNO MAVRA AKOTA IBOBI REKEL LEGED TOKON PALOS MARAN KALAH MASUN ZAM TANAL MOLLY BONDA AMN GUTEV IGOPO DUMAV EGORE RUVAP TASHA SARIK TAVEV VILOL MIMIB ONIVI 2930S/14740E AGETA 3047S/14908E 3113S/14943E 3152S/15036E 3202S/15050E CORKY SADLO BOREE 3322S/15104E BEROW OVILS YSSY

How can I find routes similar to FLPtoIF in SimBrief,and also unable to find V-Speeds data in SimBrief.

FLPtoIF is a very user-friendly app for me.Discontinue the app feels regrettable.

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In my opinion Fpl to IF is a lot easier to use compared to Sim brief. its a lot more structure. Another website you could use is flight plan database. I use that for all my long haul flights and it works really well!

There is this nice new site!

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What I do is I download it to SkyVector and then export it as a .FPL file which I open in IF when creating my flight plan.

It works 99% of the time (there’s a very very rare chance that a couple waypoints will be missing but it usually just takes me an additional 2 mins to fill them in since SimBrief shows all the fixes on a map anyway).

Use this to convert your simbrief flight plan in one click.

It also lets you enjoy a more recent AIRAC cycle.

You just have to remove airways. Airways are usually a letter or two followed by numbers and will usually be every other word.
Basically, how these routes work is by saying: [waypoint[ via [airway] to [waypoint] via [airway[ to [waypoint].

i.e. the first part of your route is: SAREX W6 NLG W18 TAMOT
That means: from SAREX on airway W6 to NLG, then on airway W18 to TAMOT

You might see DCT which just means “direct” instead of an airway. Delete that too.

You need to remove the SID and STAR from the start and end. A word followed by a letter and a number, e.g. SAREX1L is a SID/STAR. Usually I’d get rid of the first and last waypoint if they are clearly the waypoint the procedure was built off. e.g. SAREX is clearly going to be at the end of SAREX1L.

Original (with waypoints needed in bold):
SARE1L SAREX W6 NLG W18 TAMOT B330 CH A583 ZAM A461 AMN R340 AGETA UH201 SCO H12 BOREE BORE3A

New:
NLG TAMOT CH ZAM AMN AGETA SCO

You’re final result will be waypoints that are either:
Fixes: 5 letter word
VORs: three letters
NDBs: 2 letters

It really isn’t hard once you get it.

Only some OFP formats have v-speeds, as crews generally don’t use the OFP for that. I think Jetblue have it on their’s.

I recommend flightsmart.info 😁

Use DAL OFP and scroll down to the bottom, there is a fix list. Just copy paste that. You don’t have to use all these additional resources people suggest.

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You can select and copy the waypoints then paste them into the map search box

thanks!Very useful!

thanks!Very useful!

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thanks! nice site!

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