Airspaces file format

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Air Navigation is compatible with two well known Airspace file formats:

  • OpenAir
  • Tim Newport-Peace


Both formats are easy to understand text files format describing Airspace attributes and geographic boundaries as well as lower and upper limits.

You can import airspaces files from the embedded Webserver, in the «Airspace» tab.

Important: OpenAir files must have a “.txt” file extension, Tim Newport-Peace must have an “.air” file extension.

You can find a description of the Tim New Port Peace format here: http://soaringweb.org/TP/sua.html

You can find a description of the OpenAir format here: http://www.winpilot.com/UsersGuide/UserAirspace.asp

Once uploaded, the airspaces should appear on the moving map.


Note: OpenAir pen styles “SB” and “SP” commands are NOT supported.



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