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Can a passenger who has booked a flight wants to learn about the filed flight plan of their flight, prior to boarding it? I'm aware that the flight plan can change, or an aircraft can deviate from it, but still desire a rough map.

I'm aware of websites like Flightaware.com, but I think they only start tracking after departure?

For example, in the future, I'd want to see beforehand whether the aircrew decides to fly near a no-fly zone or dangerous area.

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Who will explain them all details of it? Sample flight plan –  Farhan Jul 18 at 16:03

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Yes, and you don't even have to be a confirmed passenger (that would be kind of weird). There are probably several sources for this, but FlightAware includes filed route information for upcoming flights. Note that this link won't work very well in a week, since it's datestamped to the future. However, they show the route on the map, and also print out the current planned route:

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KIAH STYCK1 DOLEY ADM J21 IRW HYS LBF RAP GGW YEA YEG 5600N 12000W BINGA NCA11 COHIL WUXAN 6000N 16000W 5900N 17000W 5700N 18000E ONEIL R580 OPAKE R580 OLCOT R580 OATIS Y802 ARMOR Y810 KETAR Y811 VEPOX Y811 MELON RJAA

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