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Hi guys.Looking for some help to do with subject line.Reading for the 100th time a book called

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oops..is all this done through the FMC?Cheers

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Tim:Get a sidstar file for egll (www.navdata.at), the one I just looked at is dated recently. It has a DP CPT3G for 27L that could be accurate, but I'm not familiar with area and can't judge. If you are not familiar with sidstar files, look at the article in PMDG OPS to get started. It might help although it referenced US-based procedures the basics are the same. Hope this helps.


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>Also, what would be the best plane to use for learning? I have>PMDG 737 / 747 and LDS 767.Probably the 737 since neither 767 nor 747 can track VOR signal.Also I would pick even simpler aircraft - perhaps some Microsfot default aircraft before jumping into the 737. It is best to learn about VOR using the simplest airplane possible.Michael J.http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/for...argo_hauler.gifhttp://sales.hifisim.com/pub-download/asv6-banner-beta.jpg


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