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FSXmap shows airports, navaids and waypoints in Microsoft Fligth Simulator including data about runways. Click on an airport to bring up its
runway map and additional data. Hovering the mouse over an airport/navaid displays the most important information. The symbols used are:

These means: Large (international) airport, regional airport, small airport/airfield, VOR/DME, NDB, TACAN, DME, VOR and waypoint. Depending on
the level of zoom, you may not see all, they are displayed in order of size. The filter window tells how many are shown, and total number within map.

To measure distances, click on the measuring tool at the bottom right corner. Then click on the map to define the initial point, and add legs by
clicking again. You can click the List button in the Measure window to bring up a list with bearings and distances.

To search for airports, click the Find Airports button in the top right corner. Here you can search for airports in a certain country, state or city and
sort them for the one closest to current map center. You can set various conditions in the search, such as runway length, ILS and runway surface.
If you select "Filter Map", only airports matching the current search are shown on the map.

If you click on an airport on the map, or in the search results, you bring up the runway map where each valid approach is indicated with its number
and color coding that tells ILS status and if the approach has VASI lights or not. The various symbols may look like this:

Blue frame indicates VASI, red frame no VASI. Green color is ILS with glideslope, yellow color is ILS without glideslope, gray color means no ILS.
If you hover the mouse over the symbol, you will bring up information about all details of the approach and runway. If you click the symbol, the
glide slope for that approach will be presented on the map, with details depending on level of zoom.

You can sign in to FSXmap using your regular Google account via the button "Sign in with Google". Signing in allows you to set preferences and give
comments to airports. In the search window, you can set a condition to only search for airports that you have given a comment. If you sign in, you
can also plot your aircraft live on the map, see a list of your flights and download detailed track data for your flight. Please click on the buttons
Plot My Aircraft and My Flights for more information about this cool feature! reference manual (PDF)
Introduction Video (Youtube)

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To plot your aircraft from Flight Simulator in real-time, start the FSXmapClient application on
your computer. Then click "Plot My Aircraft" again. This is how it looks on the map:

If you have not downloaded the client application yet, you find it here:

FSXmapClient (886 kB, unzip into any folder and run it from there)

The client application shows up as a system tray icon, like this (leftmost icon below):

The first time you start the application, right click on it and select "Status/Configure".
In the field User ID, you enter your unique FSXmap User ID, which in your case is:

Then click "Close". After this, you should be able to see your aircraft as a radar echo on the map!

FSXmapClient is compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, and Flight Simulator X Steam Edition.
If you need assistance, please let me know at the below email, and I will try to help out:
To use this function, to move your aircraft in the game by clicking on the map, you need
to download the latest and replace the one you are using now.

FSXmapClient version 1.1 (89 kB)

After you have done that, you will be able to use this cool feature which looks like this:

You can click anywhere on the map, to move the aircraft instantaneously to that position.
The altitude can be specified, or leave it as 0 to keep the aircraft's current altitude.

If you click on an airport, and then on the small box indicating an approach, you will
move the aircraft to that starting position on the runway!