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Hello to all;

I created a fly plan from airport A to airport B using "FIX POINTS" and "VOR" and "NDB'S" that are inside a "VICTOR" or "JET" airway. Using this points inside the VICTOR or the JET airways Traffic Controller radio me to "RESUME YOUR OWN NAVIGATION". If I use this navigation points outside the VICTOR or JET airway TRAFFIC CONTOLLERS will vector me out of my FLY PLAN, to whatever they want to route me to the B airport. When i make my fly plan I want to fly over the points I like, but TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS tell me "turn left or right to this heading" taking me out of my fly plan. My question is, is this normal, do I have to use the navigation points inside the victor or jet airways to use the route I want to use.

Thank you all for your time ;

Miguel

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At the end of a flight, the default FSX ATC will give you apparently ridiculous vectors to get from somewhere along your route to final approach - that is normal.

If you are being taken off your route more than 100NM or so out from your destination then there is a different problem.

Ian P.

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