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Airport Elevation too high?

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Hi!Once again me ;-)I just tried to start an IFR flight from EDDM to EDDW - but as soon as I enabled VoxATC I was instructed to call Munich approach. After tuning in the frequency the prompter told me to state: "Munich Approach Lufthansa 366 is with you leaving 1500 climbing to 5000". And I didn't even pushback yet ;-)I guess that's a problem of the Airport elevation of 1500ft, isn't it?VoxAtc seems to think I'm already airborne.Zane, do you (or somebody else of course) maybe know a work around???Thanx in advance.

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Guten Tag Dom,That sounds like the kind of error you can get when loading the flight after enabling VoxATC. I would recommend creating the flight once again, saving it then opening it and enabling VoxATC and see if it continues to happen. Airport elevation shouldn't have anything to do with it. This could also happen if the departure airport in your flight plan were different from the one you are presently at when you enable VoxATC, thus it thinks you are already enroute.BTW version 2.71 is out so update if you haven't already.Zane

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Hello Zane!Well, I did already try all the things you mentioned. Except updating to 2.71. That did the trick (with the very same situation I might add)Isn't there something like a news page or an official forum where one could follow the updates? And the version history?Obviously I wasn't the first to come up with this problem...Thanks for your help again.Gute Nacht ;-)DomOT and BTW: I don't know if it's already common knowledge but if you get tired of the American and United all the time you can add own callsigns at the end of the aircraftdesignation.xml

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