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What does @ in a flightplan mean?

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Hi All,In some of my downloaded flightplans there is an @ symbol before the arrival time as in the example below, what does this mean?//Air Transat - Wi07/08//Airbus A310-300AC#3343,C-GFAT,1%,WEEK,IFR,1/07:50,@1/15:35,360,F,0711,CYUL,1/18:00,@1/22:15,330,F,0158,MDLR,1/23:35,@2/03:50,300,F,0159,CYUL,2/11:00,@2/14:30,340,F,0130,KFLL,2/15:50,@2/19:00,350,F,0131,CYUL,2/23:05,@2/23:55,230,F,0210,CYQB,3/00:55,@3/07:25,330,F,0210,LFPG,3/09:00,@3/16:30,300,F,0211,CYQB,3/17:30,@3/18:15,220,F,0211,CYUL,4/11:00,@4/14:55,320,F,0668,MUCM,4/16:15,@4/19:55,330,F,0669,CYUL,4/21:20,@5/01:10,320,F,0356,MUVR,5/02:25,@5/06:00,290,F,0357,CYUL,5/11:00,@5/14:05,360,F,0672,KMCO,5/15:25,@5/18:15,370,F,0673,CYUL,5/19:45,@6/00:20,360,F,0502,MMUN,6/01:40,@6/05:35,290,F,0503,CYUL,6/12:00,@6/16:35,340,F,0616,MMUN,6/18:00,@6/21:55,330,F,0617,CYUL,6/22:45,@0/03:15,340,F,0764,MKJS,0/04:35,@0/08:40,310,F,0765,CYUL,0/12:00,@0/16:35,360,F,0304,MMUN,0/17:55,@0/21:50,330,F,0305,CYUL,0/23:15,@1/06:05,350,F,0710,LFPGThanks in advanceRen

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The @ symbol specifies the time that the aircraft will arrive at its destination. In this case: GFAT,1%,WEEK,IFR,1/07:50,@1/15:35,360,F,0711,CYULI believe the aircraft would arrive at Montreal (Cyul) at 15:35 GMT on Sunday (specified by the #1 preceeding 15:35) The #1 may mean Monday - not sure.Adam

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Thanks for the reply :-) The point I meant to make was that the @ isn't always used and was wondering what effect this had. ThanksRen

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>John states in part: "The last and most confusing>symbol is the @ sign, this is placed in front of the>arrival time to force an aircraft to arrive at an airport at a>fixed time. Most of the flight plans from MRAI, flightsim.com>and avsim.com seem to use it as standard.">>Thanks to John for all he does for us online.Thanks, that's answered that for me, so maybe by removing the @ symbol the arriving aircraft will be more spreadout rather than arriving in bunches?RegardsRen

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