FlightMap is all about the flights you take in the World of Warcraft. It draws lines on the continent maps, showing you visually where you can fly from each zone as you mouse over them, as well as showing a window listing all the available destinations, their costs and their flight durations. On the zone level map, flight masters appear as small boot icons, allowing you to see where they are. During flights, a castbar-alike progress bar will show you how long is left on your current journey.
Use /fmap or /flightmap to bring up the options window, or use the myAddons support.
Many thanks to Thorarin (aka Marcel Veldhuizen) who not only reported bugs, but also reported their fixes, and who supplied the Alliance default data. Thanks also to Simon, who has helped immensely with the German translations. And of course, thanks to everyone who downloaded betas, put up with bugs and helped me fix them!
IMPORTANT: There were major internal changes between v53 and v1.7-1. If you are upgrading from a release earlier than the v84 beta, please note that your flights will not be visible until you visit at least one flight master per continent, and may not be fully visible again until you have visited them all. Your time data is not lost, however. If you prefer, you can remove the old FlightMap entirely, run WoW without installing the new version once (make sure to log a character in!) and then install the new version. This will give you the default data sets, which are reasonably complete for both factions.
2.1-1 May 28, 2007
* 2.1 version bump
* 2.4 version bump