Our flight schedules database was created to provide our pilots with a near-realistic airline operations experience with the option of utilizing Real World / Real Airline Flight Schedules and the type of airline aircraft they utilize in their flights, we also have included a couple of new features to the scheduling, firstly a FA Link (FlightAware Link) has been added to the table, for any flights that provide both a departure and destination airport, the link will show up, if a pilot clicks on the link, it will open FlightAware in a new tab (or window depending on your own browser configuration) showing the real-world history of flights between the airports, this will be useful if trying to choose an aircraft to fly, want to verify a route, or trying to select a cruise altitude, secondly, pilots can now search for flights by distance now by utilizing the Sort Option, the new regional schedule line up will be
All regional schedules will show the aircraft type listed as Pilot Choice, pilots can utilize any Airline Aircraft in their hangar
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Can't find a flight schedule you want?, whilst Cal Air has well over 6500 flights to choose from, this option allows pilots to log alternative flight schedules not listed in our database, pilots have the choice of where to fly to or from utilizing the airline fleet. One a pilot selects Airline Non-Scheduled from the Region / Subsidiary Menu then selects Filter Schedule, each CAX Flight number has its own assigned aircraft ICAO, pilots just choose the aircraft they wish to fly.