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Guest Zapem

HiWhere can i find up-to-date information about the construction of SID/SATR data for the PSS system ?How to use/program the "overfly" in the T7 ?Regards

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Guest brand_da_man

www.navdata.atit has the Airac and SID/STARS for PSS aircraft and others.Brandon

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Guest Zapem

Thanks Brandon, that I know and have.It was the information on how the SID/STAR files are build like how to type inn the right things in the SID/STAR files.So to speak build this files.

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Guest Zapem

Yep, thanks Steven.I see it's an "old" one (2002) and is not covering all up-to-date things for the T7 FMC i think like "overfly".Also not the T7 FMC manual tell mutch. Only AT, Above and Below is explained there.Also missing info for Radial Intersepts, Heading to Altitude and other related stuf a FMC can do.

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Guest Zapem

hmmm....No help to get here on my questions.

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Guest Phoenix5

Frank,I thought I had answered your question.I gave you the link to a document that provided the information you required.The SID and STAR format has not changed from 2002, 'overfly' was also a feature of earlier airbus aircraft modeled by PSS, therefore in both regards the document is still "current". Regards,

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Guest Zapem

OK rgr.As this "overfly" is not explained in the manual could you please explain it here how to use it. ThanksRegards

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Guest Phoenix5

When writing the SID or STAR use the "CF" command to fly "Course to a fix".Example: 1, xxxxx,020, zzzz,-37.xxxxxx, 144.xxxxxx, ,TF, ,280 1, xxxxx,030, yyyyy,-37.xxxxxx, 144.xxxxxx, ,CF, ,314will result in waypoint "yyyyy" being overflown.

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Guest Zapem

rgr thanksWill test that.

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