SimFlightPath is a flight path recorder for Microsoft Flight Simulator
This program records all your flight paths while you're flying in MSFS and makes them available in the Flights page.
Flights can then be double-clicked to view them in any program that supports GPX or KML formats, like Google Earth Pro or GPXSee.
How do I record flights?
Simply start SimFlightPath and leave it running in the background while using Flight Simulator.
Flight recording begins when you release the aircraft's parking brake and stops when you apply it again after landing, or when the engines are switched off.
How do I view my flight paths?
SimFlightPath doesn't include a flight path viewer so you'll have to install one separately.
Once it's installed, make it the default program to open GPX or KML files.
You can then double-click any flight in the Flights page and the file will be opened in the viewer just as if you double-clicked a file in Windows Exporer.
Flight paths can also be exported as GPX or KML files to be used in any program or web service that supports them.
How do I share my flight paths?
Included screenshots show the user's interface and previews of flight paths rendered by Google Earth Pro and GPS Visualizer.
In-game text notifications are not displayed since MSFS Sim Update 5.