by PilotChip on Tue Feb 10, 2009 12:17 pm
If this is already posted somewhere, please allow me to bump it up...
For those requesting rescue transport you may visit http://www.SkyVector.com
to plot distances between airports.
On the right side under LOCATION LOOKUP in the text box enter the desired route (if you know the airports) for example:
KSMO (space) KSBP.
Make sure there is a K in front of the airport identifier.
Also make sure there is a space between each airport.
The distance and route line will be displayed next to the departure airport.
You can drag the map around to view the route or nearby airports and cities.
If you need help don't hesitate to ask around, most pilots are familiar with this website.Jason Chipkin
200 Mile Legs
Departing Los Angeles AirportsPilotChip
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Location: Los Angeles, CA