Google Earth is a 3D geographical visualization program available for Windows, MacOS X, and Linux.
DAFIF is a free (soon-to-be-closed) database of major airports, airways, airspace, etc. around the world.
Now, the Russian Academy of Science has created a mashup of the two (via the Google Earth Blog), so that you can see airways, navaids, etc. while you’re flying around Google Earth. If you have Google Earth installed, here’s the link to the DAFIF information.
How long until we can get satellite weather overlayed on Google Earth?
- You need a good video card with 3D acceleration to run Google Earth.
- The amount of information is huge, and will easily swamp even a high-speed network connection, so be careful to enable only tiny bits of it at once.