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New to the EJets - Been looking at the manuals. Do these planes take airways? It was briefly mentioned in one of the recent videos that you can do: UN867.AIR and press the same key you would do as a waypoint but says invalid entry. I've tried it on its own and it will take you to a page where you can enter coordinates. What I'm I doing wrong? 😛 

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4 minutes ago, scoobflight said:

airway.waypoint in the format accepted. the waypoint must be on (part of) the airway.

Thanks for reply - This is the routing I have (well part of):




I've tried the following:



Doesn't accept any of the above - I'm I being stupid or not? 😂

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1 minute ago, scoobflight said:

the waypoint entered in the flightplan prior U867 is part of U867?

According to PFPX I think it belongs to RBO and DGO. I've moved passed that specific airway, the rest of airways seem to be working apart from the above and the odd other one. So I guess it might be luck of the ball with this route. 

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looks like a few of those waypoints are not attached to any airway so using the airway.waypoint shortcut will not work.  if you believe the waypoint is suppose to the attached to a airway contact Navigraph (assuming this is your AIRAC source) so they can check if their database is correctly tagged.

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