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  1. I´m preparing a new airspace (Gran Canaria approach) including two airports (GCLP and GCLB). I'm almost done, but there are three details left: 1) I can't find the limits of the sector and the sectors surrounding it. I know the frequencies, but not the exact coordinates. 2) I can't find the names of the VORs "GDV" and "LPC". In some lists both are listed as "Gran Canaria", but obviously I need to differentiate them somehow. 3) I don't understand the mechanics of the local flights (gaandlocaltraffic.txt). I need it to have flights on GCLB, which is not used by airliners. The rest (runways, SIDs, STARs, waypoints, updated real flights...) is already done, so I'll be really thankful if someone could help me finish it.
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