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BaiterOne

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About BaiterOne

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  • Birthday 02/11/1952

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    Kildare, Ireland
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    Flight Simming, Photography
  1. Do I have to buy a new registration key for FSUIPC in FSX if I already have one for FS2004? I tried my code and it didn't appear to work. Thanks Walter
  2. Hi I use Navigraph NDAC3 Ver 3.0.6.1 to explore STARs and Approach Charts. I print these out for my flights within FS2004. I use FS Commander 8.6 to create flight plans (AIRAC 0913 rev 1 from Navigraph). I have noticed a minor issue which only affects me when I am flying without using my ISG Smiths FMS and attempting to navigate using VORs, Intersections and Fixes. I fly in and out of Dublin, Ireland (EIDW) most of the time. On the Navigraph STAR for Rwy 28/34 from the South, it shows that from the Intersection VATRY to the Fix TULSO is 347° for 41nm. On my flight plan created by FS Commander the leg shows 343°/351° for 41nm. If I create a flight plan within FS2004, which I seldom do, but was simply trying it to see where the difference above arose, it came up with 350° for 41nm. Are these programs not using the exact same data or is there any way of ensuring that they do. If I have arrived in FS2004 at VATRY what course do I set for TULSO 347°, 350° or 351°? I use Windows Xp and FSUIPC Ver 3.93. Thanks BaiterOne
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