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FSC and Transitions to EDDN and EDDP


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I am using FSC 8.5 for FSX+AcceleratorPack on Windows Vista Business. If I plan a Route with FSC I cannot find Transitions for many Airports e.g. EDDP or EDDN. With the FMS of my PMDG MD-11 or Flight1 ATR72 I find Transitions for that Airports.

I am using the newest Navigraph data for both FMS and for the FSC.

Is that a problem of the Navigraph database or o FSC?

Greetings Jörg

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Ok, thank you for that info, I was confused, because Navigraph shows that transitions are included in data for the FSC.

Some STAR/SID are also Transitions at the moment, but only for a few airports.

Is it planned for the future to integrate this important part of approach/departure planning?

Greetings Jörg

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Hiya - don't know if this helps at all but during a recent fly-in to airports in that region I also found that the transitions at other airports weren't in the AIRAC cycle but they''re all base on local fixes and intersections so you can build them yourself really easily and really quickly.

Create a new flight plan with nothing in it then use the transition charts to simply click on each navaid until the transition is complete then save it as a route segment. You can then load it into a new flight plan and build your FP around it.

Hope that helps,

Ian

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