The Best Places To Find A Flight

I think that’s a “you” problem. All links work and FlightMapper is hosted by WebFaction. So either their server isn’t handling traffic or there’s something on your end.

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Yep it works fine now

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Every helpful, detailed and organized as always, blogpost. Will definitely help many to find and do the kinds realistic flights they wish to fly :)

I must say that I’m a frequent user of FR24 for all my flights, and IFtoFPL is a amazing tool in conjunction with Simbrief.

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Thanks for the article! You guys never fail to impress!

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Nice article. Joining a VA would also be a good way to find realistic routes.

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Nice one it will help a lot

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This is why I love this community, thanks for sharing 🙂

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Great post, I’m sure this will help a lot of people! Another tool I’ve been using recently to find the aircraft assigned to routes is Google Flights. Because of the recent cuts and groundings, it can be harder on a place like FR24 or Flightaware right now, so I’ve been looking 4-6 months in advance on Google Flights.

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I already did this!

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I’ve also been doing this!

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FlightRadar24 is great for that with its filtering and flight history. I use that for cargo flights!

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No worries Nick. Hope it’s of use 🙂

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I just saw. Excellent website. It’s already in my browser favorites ⭐

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Very Well Done! @MishaCamp!

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These are all wonderful ways to find flights, and another great way is flightconnections.com, if you want to find a route on an airline that might not be in service, it shows the routes of most airlines, as well as routes out of a lot of airports.

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Agreed. It’s a great resource too 💯

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Absolutely. Great suggestion! Anyone who is reading this and wants to should head over #live:va

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Ah, I should give that a shot, I’ve usually went the the airlines page and searched up the cargo airline but often times they only show national flights or none at all ha ha. I’ll have a look at filtering, thanks!

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Ah, fair. You can also simply google the airline and aircraft if it’s historic. There are pages that list all of that kind of stuff such as PanAm B747 routes and so forth

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To be quite frank with you I didn’t know some of these sites existed 😃

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