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3 legs have the same origin and destination?

Is there an easy way to find this for one airline bgl?
It validates without errors?

Thank you,
Bob M.


  • Traffic_ China Airlines 1998.bgl
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1. Open file in AIFP.
2. Flight Plans/Time Table
3. If you know the airports, click on them. If not, click on the first airport in the list. See if you have any duplicate flights.
4. Repeat #3 until you find your problem legs.
5. From the reg numbers, you should be able to figure out which flight plan number they are coming from. If you double click the leg in the Time Table, the flight plan will often be selected in the main window.