The Great Circle Mapper
began in 1996 as a free tool for visualizing the shortest path between
airports around the globe—a geodesic, commonly known as the great circle path—and
for computing the distance along this path. A comprehensive database
containing over 40,000 airports and other facilities allows users to
generate maps using nearly any airport in the world. Over 60 million
maps per year are served to a diverse user community including airlines,
charter operators, aircraft manufacturers, military and other government
agencies, pilots, frequent fliers, and schools.
Information on this site may not be accurate or current and is not valid for flight planning or navigation. No warranty of fitness for any purpose is made or implied. Flight planning and navigation should only be done using official charts.
Copyright © 2009-2017
Karl L. Swartz.
All rights reserved.