This form allows you to determine the distance between any two
airports in our database that have coordinates. It can produce a map
of the flight route and returns a link to enroute weather information.
Just enter the airport identifiers in the two fields below. If you
specify your airspeed, it will also calculate flight times. The map
will include airports that are close to the route in fairly evenly
spaced segments. If you specify the endurance (time that the airplane
can fly with a load of fuel) in addition to airspeed the system with
calculate the enroute airports so that you can reach every airport
within the endurance time (no allowance for fuel reserve or
headwinds is made). You can select to have only airports along
the route that have METAR and/or TAF information available. Clicking
on an enroute airport will return the information for that airport
along with links to various information like weather, local maps,
The input fields are case insensitive, so you can enter upper or lower
If any of the identifiers is ambiguous, append country, separated by a
comma. Enroute aiports need
to be separated by
semicolons. If you want to
use a VOR or NDB as an enroute
waypoint, append "-vor" or
"-ndb" to the
identifier (eg gdm-vor for the
Gardner, MA VOR instead of GDM for
Gardner, MA airport, ore-ndb
for the Orange, MA NDB instead
of the Orange, MA airport).
Disclaimer: No warranty or claims are made or implied regarding the accuracy or worthiness of the information
databases included or linked to via the Landings site. We are doing the best we can to ensure accurate
information, however, the actual data may not be accurate, up-to-date, or it may be faulty to begin with
(If you find formatting problems, please let us know, but if you find inaccuracies please contact the source).
Use these sources at your own risk. The FAA is the primary authority as to the "real" information.