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ErikI doubt if you will get what you want here.The plates are proprietory with very limited distribution, the data base has a very limited release and the only aircraft I know of that flies this approach at the moment is a retrofitted B757 (not the 767)RNP is a superb piece of kit though and I think the FS FMC will need a fair bit of work to emulate what an RNP procedure does.______________________________________Rob YMA002 - Compass Airlines Australia - Stretch your wings, Australia.2846.png

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Hello,Does anyone have the RNAV RNP approach plates for ZUNZ Linzhi, China?I like to have them to build the navdata for LevelD 767.It's a very chalenging procedure. Look at this website:http://www.naverus.com/documents/ZUNZ_All_Tracks.pdfIt would be nice to fly this approach.ThanksErik Wachters
Sorry about the "resucitation" of the topic but, did someone get anything of LinZhi? Erik?That's a really piece of work in GPS/RNP terms.Thanks,Rafael

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I was looking into this but there is not enough information available on the waypoints.

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Have you found any info on ZUNZ? I have found nothing.Just found some torrents here. http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=ja&u=http://torrent-link.com/zunz%2Bapproach%2Bplate&ei=U5NMTeOHI8P_lgeGuNj2Dw&sa=X&oi=translate&ct=result&resnum=9&ved=0CEgQ7gEwCDge&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dzunz%2Bapproach%2Bplates%26start%3D30%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DN%26biw%3D1731%26bih%3D941%26prmd%3Divnsfd

Hello,Does anyone have the RNAV RNP approach plates for ZUNZ Linzhi, China?I like to have them to build the navdata for LevelD 767.It's a very chalenging procedure. Look at this website:http://www.naverus.com/documents/ZUNZ_All_Tracks.pdfIt would be nice to fly this approach.ThanksErik Wachters

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The only way you can get this approach in FS is by looking at a topo map against the Naverus PDF, find the lat/long coordinates of the waypoints and link them up to create a custom user created approach. You'll have to guess the vertical profile but looking at the Youtube video it looks like the normal 3 degrees.There is zero chance you'll find any approach plates floating around because it's proprietary information for Air China, and most likely completely written in Chinese because no foreigner will ever fly there. You could call Naverus but I'd doubt they'll give you anything.

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Found a route:Waypoint Frequency Heading Distance Airway Coordinate Ident ZSSS 0 0 DCT N031.11.52 E121.20.07 ZSSS VMB 113.90 294 56 R343 N031.34.59 E120.19.59 VMB ESBAG 274 34 R343 N031.37.12 E119.40.36 ESBAG GS 297.00 273 33 R343 N031.38.53 E119.02.17 GS MADUK 275 48 R343 N031.43.12 E118.06.18 MADUK HFE 116.70 275 41 R343 N031.46.48 E117.18.06 HFE MIDOX 250 78 R343 N031.19.23 E115.52.54 MIDOX WFX 117.10 269 588 B213 N030.36.11 E104.29.30 WFX CTU 115.70 267 28 B213 N030.34.30 E103.56.36 CTU CZH 114.50 288 14 B213 N030.38.53 E103.41.12 CZH MIKOS 275 38 B213 N030.41.53 E102.57.30 MIKOS KAMAX 276 55 B213 N030.47.06 E101.54.12 KAMAX PEXUN 276 98 B213 N030.55.54 E100.00.00 PEXUN RG 247.00 276 146 B213 N031.09.06 E097.10.36 RG TAPUN 253 223 B213 N030.00.11 E093.04.30 TAPUN LXA 113.10 249 116 B213 N029.18.06 E091.00.06 LXA MH 825.00 330 2114 B213 N056.27.00 E059.07.59 MH ASKAL 265 87 B213 N056.17.06 E056.32.48 ASKAL NOGRI 262 74 B213 N056.06.00 E054.21.00 NOGRI KOTAG 259 28 B213 N056.00.24 E053.32.24 KOTAG BEGUS 242 56 B213 N055.33.47 E052.05.42 BEGUS RITOP 255 51 B213 N055.19.59 E050.39.00 RITOP YK 825.00 257 85 B213 N054.59.00 E048.16.00 YK GMM 109.50 265 2397 DCT N036.39.49 W004.29.00 GMM ZUNZ 61 4768 DCT N029.18.13 E094.20.06

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Seems like these NZ### names might actually be LZ### names. Does anyone know for sure?

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Great find!As for the waypoint names, since this is a SID chart the waypoints may be slightly different in positioning and vertical profile to accommodate the relatively low climb performance of each specific aircraft. (A319s/757s with high altitude kits)

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I have all the waypoints and details for this approach, including ARC details for the RF

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I have all the waypoints and details for this approach, including ARC details for the RF
Can you share it with us? :) I'm also looking for that, there is a great escenery but without the RNP approach it's nothing.

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Thank you so much, i saw that before, anything for PMDG or level d? :(
There is one for PMDG on a Chinese forum. Let me search for it this weekend.

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