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#1 smundye

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 01:17 PM

Hello folks.

Planning a flight from Nassau to Hamilton (Bermuda), Routefinder comes up with the following (On airac 1212)

MYNN (0.0nm) -SID-> INGRA (28.8nm) -G437-> ELBOW (92.4nm) -G437->
AVOXI (97.3nm) -G437-> BAAGR (118.4nm) -M328-> SLEMA (134.0nm) -M328->
ROTHM (197.1nm) -M328-> CNNOR (227.1nm) -M328-> ILIDO (272.1nm) -M328->
GRAMN (511.5nm) -M328-> TASNI (573.5nm) -M328-> EMAKO (632.3nm) -M328->
ANTIG (642.8nm) -M328-> QRTET (695.6nm) -M328-> PIERC (753.1nm) -DCT->
TXKF (823.1nm)

My FSNav was on airac 1211 and could not find airway M328 nor the QRTET or PIERC isecs so I upgraded to airac 1212

I've run the FSNavDBC program of course but still not showing them.

I've checked in the airways.txt and isec.txt files and the data is all there.

Any ideas?
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Posted 26 November 2012 - 12:12 AM

Hello folks.

Planning a flight from Nassau to Hamilton (Bermuda), Routefinder comes up with the following (On airac 1212)

MYNN (0.0nm) -SID-> INGRA (28.8nm) -G437-> ELBOW (92.4nm) -G437->
AVOXI (97.3nm) -G437-> BAAGR (118.4nm) -M328-> SLEMA (134.0nm) -M328->
ROTHM (197.1nm) -M328-> CNNOR (227.1nm) -M328-> ILIDO (272.1nm) -M328->
GRAMN (511.5nm) -M328-> TASNI (573.5nm) -M328-> EMAKO (632.3nm) -M328->
ANTIG (642.8nm) -M328-> QRTET (695.6nm) -M328-> PIERC (753.1nm) -DCT->
TXKF (823.1nm)

My FSNav was on airac 1211 and could not find airway M328 nor the QRTET or PIERC isecs so I upgraded to airac 1212

I've run the FSNavDBC program of course but still not showing them.

I've checked in the airways.txt and isec.txt files and the data is all there.

Any ideas?


Since posting that I have found other airways and isecs that are present in the .txt files but do not show on the map view.

Nor can those isecs be found by the 'inputline' window.
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Stuart

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 04:04 AM

Hi Stuart,
I happen to see your request here and brought up the FSC 'Find Object'(great little invention) and found all of your "missing" airways and fixes and route ok. Have you used this little tool before, as it finds anything on the database.
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Geoff
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Posted 28 January 2013 - 04:20 AM

Hi Stuart,
Disregard this post...I was thinking Flight Sim Commander when I saw your request,and not Flight Sim Navigator. I used to have this great program, but went over to FSC when it no longer supported FSX. You can get the full version of FSC free as well, but you have to reload every 30 minutes. Great for flight programming and is updated by Navigraph.

Regards

Geoff
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