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Airports (formerly Flight Schedules)

As our flight schedule database was based on real world / real airline flight data, a lot of our flights, schedules data no longer existed or there was a dramatic shift in where airlines could fly to due to COVID-19 in the real world, the other issue for the CAX Admin team was trying to offer flights that would suit and meet our pilots expectation of greater choices for where to fly from and where to fly to.

Cal Air has now dropped Flight Schedules from the VA and now introduces Airports, sourced from Wikipedia, our database is made up from a list of international airports by country, they put airports which are typically equipped with customs and immigration facilities to handle international flights to and from other nations, the database is made up of Large, Medium, Small Non-Hub and Reliever airports from around the world,

The airports database has been setup by regions, like the previous flight schedule setup, the regions are still Africa and the Middle East, Asia, Europe, North America, Oceania and Caribbean and South America, each airport has its own CAX Flight Number with the Destination, Alternate and Route information left blank, pilots simply choose the airport they wish to depart from

Pilots simply choose the airport they wish to depart from, the destination / route is pilots choice, we have also added a link below for FlightAware &, which offers pilots the ability to access Real World / Real Airline flight data and flight planning tools, pilots also have the option of requesting additional airports to be added that are currently not listed in the database

Flight Guidelines

  • Pilots can utilize any Airline Aircraft in their hangar
  • Flight must be reported with ACARS and using real weather.
  • Destination must have a valid Aiport ICAO with a Real World / Real Airline International or Domestic Flight Operation in use.
  • Pilots where possible must use SIDs, STARS, and real world airways. No direct flights except the very short legs!
  • Questions should be asked through the Flight Ops Forum via Discord


FlightAware is the world's largest flight tracking data company and provides over 10,000 aircraft operators and service companies as well as over 12,000,000 passengers with global flight tracking solutions. FlightAware leverages data from air traffic control systems in over 55 countries, from FlightAware's network of ADS-B ground stations in over 150 countries, from Aireon space-based global ADS-B, and using global datalink (satellite/VHF) via every major provider, including ARINC, SITA, Satcom Direct, Garmin, Honeywell GDC, and UVdatalink.

Established in the spring of 2013, was created to share a series of flight planning tools with the general Flight Simulation community. The goal is to accurately reproduce the briefing packages that real-world pilots use, as well as provide detailed fuel, time, and performance calculations based on real-world weather data. SimBrief is designed to be easy to use and is compatible with a wide variety of flight simulators and third-party aircraft. SimBrief's navigational database is powered by Navigraph, the flight simulation community's trusted source for updated charts and navigational data.

Airports By Region.

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