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Problem creating a IFR flight

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I try to create a flight from Paris to Milano and in theFlight Planner I state that it is a IFR flight.But after starting the flight ATC assumes I'm going on VFR flight.I encountered this problem after successfulle makingother IFR flights. I don't see why it won't work now.

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It's one of the bugs of FS2K2's ATC system. It has something to do, I believe, with the combination of the airport you are taking off from/going to, the time of day, and, sometimes, the weather.I know what you mean, though. Even with .5 mi visibility (yeah, I know I shouldn't take off in that kind of weather :)), taking off from YKM, I still get a VFR flight plan even though I filed IFR.Hopefully they got that fixed with FS9.

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>It's one of the bugs of FS2K2's ATC system. It has >something to do, I believe, with the combination of the >airport you are taking off from/going to, the time of day, >and, sometimes, the weather. >I have made successfull IFR flights between theese airportsbefore. Most settings were the same. Only with a Boeing thistime.>I know what you mean, though. Even with .5 mi visibility >(yeah, I know I shouldn't take off in that kind of weather >:)), taking off from YKM, I still get a VFR flight plan even >though I filed IFR. >I used clear weather>Hopefully they got that fixed with FS9. FS9? Is it not FS2004 we are waiting for?

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FS9, FS2004 and FS-ACOF are all the same thing. FS 9.0 is the version number, FS2004 would have been the title if they had stuck with the ridiculous "year of release - 1" naming and Microsoft Flight Simulator -- A Century of Flight is the official title.

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