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Hi all,

Just D/L and installed LCPH from AVSIM. But when I run the DBManager, FSC doesn't seem to recognise the file LCPH_AD9_XX.BGL.

I'm assuming this file is the equivalent to an AF2 file, as this is the file AFX gives as being used to display the Airport.

Question, is there any way to convert this file into a format FSC can handle?

Regards JohnT

OS Win7 - FSC V9.0.0.5 - DBManager v9.0.0.4 - FSim9

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Hi all,

Just D/L and installed LCPH from AVSIM. But when I run the DBManager, FSC doesn't seem to recognise the file LCPH_AD9_XX.BGL.

I'm assuming this file is the equivalent to an AF2 file, as this is the file AFX gives as being used to display the Airport.

Question, is there any way to convert this file into a format FSC can handle?

Regards JohnT

OS Win7 - FSC V9.0.0.5 - DBManager v9.0.0.4 - FSim9

Hi JohnT,

the FSC will read every *. BGL file.

However, the file should contain a header is NOT indicative of an airport, this airport can be not identified.

Send this file to my address please e-mail that you find at the bottom of our homepage.

Regards,

Volker

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