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I did a flight plan according to flightaware KPIT - KATL AGC225 BURGS HVQ J145 ODF FLCON3What is a AGC225? Can

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AGC225 is the 225 radial from Allegheny VOR.Tom

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Mukesh:Try my sidstar collection... my version of KPIT includes custom departure routes that closely mimick actual ATC routing. In this case, the BURGS.NOATC departure (selected from the DEP/ARR page in the FMC just like the published procedures) will provide routing via AGCr225 to BURGS to join J145.There are 67 locations in the collection, and in most cases I have customized the departures and arrivals to provide realistic routing for departures, even when published DPs are vectors-only, and I have connected STARs to approach procedures. The collection is popular, with about 700 downloads/cycle. Hope you like it.Easy way to find latest collection is to go to AVSIM library, select EXTENDED SEARCH, enter dan downs for author, then Change View to Order By Date... the latest will be on top of list.

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Thanks Dan i appreciated your help.I made a flightplan KLAX - YMML i am stuck after DOVRR how can i add 1100N 16500w in FMC.PERCH9 DINTY R576 DOPPS R576 DUFFE R576 DENNS DOVRR 1100N 16500W 0400N 17000W 0200S 17500W 0500S 17729W 0800S 18000E 1300S 17500E 1900S 17000E 2614S 16300E 2900S 16000E 3200S 15500E MARLN WOL H65 RAZZI Q29 MLThanks,Mukesh

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question:is 1100N 16500W 0400N 17000W 0200S 17500W 0500S 17729W 0800S 18000E 1300S 17500E 1900S 17000E 2614S 16300E 2900S 16000E 3200S 15500E used for oceanic flights?Best Regards,Bert.

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Bert: That looks like an oceanic flight, perhaps from Hawaii to Austrialia (just a guess)?Lat/Lon fixes are used in oceanic areas, the fixes are generally in degress (no minutes or seconds) except I see one above has minutes (177' 29" W). Aircraft report at each fix and provide estimate to next fix, usually via HF radio.There are also named routes in the pacific. The north atlantic routes are always lat/on with named fixes at each end of the route, and they change daily depending on winds.I can't help but wondering what the rest of your question is?

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Yes Dan is right it's a Oceanic Flight Plan Routes.Via Hawaii to Austrialia Thanks,Mukesh

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