Worldwide Airport Path Finder

Last modified: April 1, 1999
Preliminary Route Level choice.
What's New, Disclaimer, Bug list, Provenance

This is a database tools demonstration by Falling Rain Genomics, Inc. The information presented here may be inaccurate or obsolete, and is not valid for navigation or flight planning. No warranty of fitness for any purpose is made or implied.

This page has a database of the world's airports, can find multistep great circle flight paths from one airport to another, and also maps and current weather. It shows how small airplanes can fly long distances.

Click the Find Path button below for a demonstration.


The default route below is from Waxahachie (K4t6) to Van Nuys (Kvny), with an intermediate stop in Elpaso (KELP), in a plane that can comfortably go 375 nm between stops, such as a BlackEagle540. Using IFR routing will generate a huge amount of output, detailed flight plans for each step. Use the search button below to find ICAO airport codes.
ICAO codes or route: Map:
Range (nm) Avg speed: 
Departing:  expecting one hour refuels. IFR Airways: Altitude Range to 
Information buttons, enter airport or waypoint codes
Sample values for the action buttons above
BGBW ESSA PVC ASM A338
Weather links for BGBW (Narssarsuaq, Greenland) Info on ESSA airport, Stockholm (Arlanda), Sweden Info on PVC navaid (VOR or NDB), Provincetown, USA Info on ASM waypoint, Eritrea Info on A338 airway, New Zealand to Antartica
Airport Requirements
Fuel: Runway Length:
(Set to zero to include putative airports.)
MET TAF ILS Max elev:


Don't land in these countries:
Don't land at these ICAO airports:
Find ICAO codes for:  Search help

Find  nearest airports to airport code  which meet Airport Requirements.
Instructions Acknowledgements, Links, and More...
List Airports by Country and Data Quality  List Airports by Latitude and Longitude 
List Airports, Navaids, and Waypoints by Country WWWBoard
Example: Boston-Stockholm in 450nm steps Example: Boston-San Francisco in 40nm (!) steps
AVN Model Forecast for any Lat/Long

Comments, complaints, airports missing, airports that should be missing, can be mailed to: carl@fallingrain.com
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