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Airport database update

minearsm

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Any thoughts on updating the database or is this a dead program?

Don't laugh. But, I can't imagine it would be difficult to update the database ONLY.

Some airports don't even exist anymore and the new airport isn't recognized. ie ECP vs PFN

Thanks
 

minearsm

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Yes, But, ECP is the NEW airport in Panama City and it's not in the database.

But, old airports should still be in the database, too. Like Chicago Midway, you may have a mutiny if you removed it.
 

Eric Addis

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Old airports cannot be removed as many users have flown into them. Meigs, is a famous one. UIZ (berz-macomb) was a training/business airport for decades before it was closed.

New airports can easily be added by the user as needed. When you start the program it will show you the unknown airports and give you the options to configure them. You can enter the Lat/Long and other details about the new airport.
 

minearsm

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Easily added yes, but I’ve switched computers four times since I bought the program. . Every time I have to redo it. I’m trying to get a new windows computer so it looks like I’m coming up on five. Is it impossible to just update the app after all these years? If the program is still sold it should at minimum be accurate. 100% understand it’s not the top priority. But,
 
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