PlanePlotter version is now available for download:

Mark Daniels

Staff member
PlanePlotter version is now available for download:

It is really easy to share your data with Plane Finder. You can find this via --> Options--> Share -->Setup
Please let us know that you are doing this and also please don't forget to ask for some free apps!

You can install the new version over the old one but you must close/exit PlanePlotter before installing the new one. All settings are preserved.If you receive a message saying that the installer is unable to replace planeplotter.exe, it means that PP is still running so need to be closed.

New in version

Open AIP

PlanePlotter will display the content of any AIP files obtained from
the OpenAIP system and placed in the specified PlanePlotter chart
directory. To download the country files, which include airspace
restrictions, airports, and navigational aids for many countries, you
need to register with The AIP information
will appear as an overlay on any chart or outline display within
PlanePlotter. You are encouraged to contribute data to the OpenAIP
system if there is any information lacking in your area. changes

This version handles the recent format changes in
so that automatic updating of the database should again function correctly.

FLARM data

This version of PlanePlotter displays the FLARM data from
Glidernet. It is used with the kind permission of the owners. It
shows the position of gliders that are FLARM-equipped and within
range of a user who is suitably equipped. If you have a suitable
receiver and live near a gliding site, you are encouraged to set up a
system to contribute data to Glidernet. You can enable and disable
FLARM data in Options..Sharing..Setup. The control affects both
chart displays and the aircraft information display.

Chart conditional expressions

Aircraft filtering on the chart using the conditional expressions
feature now also applies to the data exported to Google-Earth.

Setup Wizard

The Setup Wizard now includes configuration for Malcolm's "Dump1090
for Windows" interface for dongle receivers.

TCAS alerts

If a TCAS alert identifies the threat as well as the aircraft
detecting the threat, then both aircraft are now shown in the Alert
box and highlighted on the chart display.

Mlat calibration aircraft

The navigational accuracy (NUC-P) given in position reports is now
used to restrict those aircraft that might be used as calibration
aircraft in multilateration.