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    aeroplanner

    why does EAA not support this site any more? The only site that EAA seems to refer to is fltplan.com, and it does not have the trip tic option, or , that you can plan multiple legs, also, it does not support any aircraft slower than a C150. Not very useful for us slow VFR experimental types. Am I missing something?

    Thanks,

    SkyBob

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    Quote Originally Posted by stlskybob View Post
    why does EAA not support this site any more?
    sure was nice while it lasted.

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    EAA Staff / Moderator Hal Bryan's Avatar
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    Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner. There was a pretty long thread about this in January, you might want to have a look especially at Charlie Becker's post here:

    http://eaaforums.org/showthread.php?1165-Cancellation-of-AeroPlanner-Services-for-EAA-members&p=8840&viewfull=1#post8840

    Regards -

    Hal

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