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What FlightPlan and Weight&Balance software do you use?

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Nov 1, 2005
Hey all....just wondering what your favorite software or website is for flight planning and weight and balance computations.

Thanks guys.
For domestic flying I use Flitesoft. For international or oceanic flying I usually use Universal. As for w&B back when I flew 135 we used the stuff provided by FlynCG (???) - they're the ones that use the metal template. Now that we're 91, I simply use the w&b feature in Flitesoft to make sure that were within limits.

JetPlan (Jepp) for domestic. Universal for most international ops. We have developed our own W&B via an MS Excel program and for performance we use The Boeing Laptop Tool. (BLT for short). Other aircraft in our fleet use the respective Global Express and Gulfstream stuff.
FltPlan.com is GREAT for domestic planning. It is free, but is so good I would pay for it. W&B with a MS Excel spreadsheet.
GDC domestic. Jeppesen or Universal International. I developed our own W&B on Exel.
FAR 135 Here: We use www.fltplan.com for all planning in USA, Mex, & Can. Templet and graph for W+B. UltraNav for performance. It's works fine, but one program would be stellar!!!

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