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Same problem here guys. Also, does the plane handle and turn this quickly in real life with a lot of control input? Thanks.Brandon

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I have the same problem, Norman. The .gau(PSS-B777.gau) file size, if that is what you're asking for, I have is 63,632KB.Thanks, Norman.-Ely

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Perfect? Have you been able to complete a flight and then reuse the fmc to plan another flight without changing planes or restarting FS?

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>Add another to your list. :(>>Other than that I think it's perfect. Are you sure your close enough to the arrivl airport? it wont show your arrival on the page until your a certain distance from it.

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i know for a fact im close enough because my ils frequency activates

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Guys,This was an issue in beta - it may have been in the preview but is certainly not in the release.Please post the file size in bytes of your pss-b777.bau

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I've tried 3 different flights and its always the same, I never have the arrival airport listed. If it cant be fixed then I would like my money back please.Brian

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OK, I have done EGLL-LFPG EGLL-LIRF (no sid/stars for LIRF which is really unbelieveable) and EGLL-ESSA. All the flights actually went ok, the aircraft flew fine, but in the arrival ref page it always shows the arrival for my departure runway ie 27R/L EGLL but the nav rad list the ils for the actual arrival airport. But never the runway which I am to land on. I'll try another flight just so I can give ya a pic.Brian

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give the tutorial flight a trythe provided navdata is based on current updates from both navdata.at and terminal procedures, it does not include every sid/star in the world JohnPSS SUPPORTsupport@phoenix-simulation.co.ukhttp://www.avsim.com/pss/phoenix.jpg

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I done 7 flights now programming the FMC, never ever does it show the landing runway on the approach page, the ils freq is tuned in navrad and it autolands perfectly but it dosent show the landing runway on approach page.OHN

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I dont see that there, but i could be doing something wrong. I dont use the ARR page until ATC gives me vectors for an ILS approach, then i select the runway in ARR and in NAVRAD, works great but it doesnt show up in the APPREF page.OHN

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That is the correct location and LSK for the info, however, like everyone else, mine only shows the DEPARTURE runway and Length. File size is 63,632, dated 11/7/2005 8:27pm. It never switches to the arrivial runway. Oh and I did not have the pre-release installed on the computer I have have this trouble with, so only one download and install, very late on pre-release day.Steve Park

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Here is a picture for you too. KEWR-KBOS to replicate it for you. The Runway elevation still shows for KEWR also. Its hard to tell althouh because theyre both practically at sea level. I wonder if its an FSUIPC issue. I can not get 3.5 to work. Wherever i try to use it the plane cant change the fuel and i get a squawkbox problem. This leaves me to use 3.48, although i dont see why that would be an issue.http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/132659.jpg

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So far every time I have tried a flight, I have yet to get the correct airport on the approach ref page of the fmc. It always give me my departure airport runway info instead of the arrival runway info.Brian

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