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Hi,lately I'm flying to and from the a.m. airport which have rwys 17,35,19,1. Of course I am always vectored to rwy 17 or 35 which, in real life, are closed.Is there anyway, apart from requesting another runway, to make rwys 19 and 1 the only ones that RC recognizes? Is there a way to tweak the db files?Thanks

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Hi,lately I'm flying to and from the a.m. airport which have rwys 17,35,19,1. Of course I am always vectored to rwy 17 or 35 which, in real life, are closed.Is there anyway, apart from requesting another runway, to make rwys 19 and 1 the only ones that RC recognizes? Is there a way to tweak the db files?Thanks
are they closed in the afcad file?you could go into the r4.csv file, open it with notepad. find the zkpy entries. delete the two runways that are closed.everytime you rebuild the rc scenery database, you will have to repeat these stepsjd

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are they closed in the afcad file?you could go into the r4.csv file, open it with notepad. find the zkpy entries. delete the two runways that are closed.everytime you rebuild the rc scenery database, you will have to repeat these stepsjd
Good to know thanks. Shall try.Cheers

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What scenery are you using? Are these runways closed in it? Are AI using it? Use AFCADv221 for an FS9 scenery to see if these runways are closed. In the FS9 default, all runways are open and there are three ILSs. You will need to make the ILS on Rwy 35 inactive, mark the runways 17/35 closed on both ends, and insure your saved AFCAD has priority. You also may need to delete the start locations.If you are using FSX then you will need top use a different scenery editor suitable for FSX.You can delete the runways 17/35 from the RC r4.csv data file in RC's data folder but they will be put back every time you run the scenery rebuild. If you do, use Notepad to delete the two lines but make a safe copy in another folder in case r4.csv gets corrupted. Do not use any other editor than Notepad and no spreadsheet software should be used.

Hi,lately I'm flying to and from the a.m. airport which have rwys 17,35,19,1. Of course I am always vectored to rwy 17 or 35 which, in real life, are closed.Is there anyway, apart from requesting another runway, to make rwys 19 and 1 the only ones that RC recognizes? Is there a way to tweak the db files?Thanks

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Alias,Following up to your post on Navigraph forum:To use your Level-D 763 and Navigraph Navdata for ZKPY.Always backup your original file(s) before editing anything.To use the currently closed ZKPY runways 17/35 you could get the runway data and add it to the Navigraph Navdata file wpnavapt.txt file.Currently these runways are open:PYONGYANG ZKPY01 13123008 39.228000 125.675717109.9000800089PYONGYANG ZKPY19 13123188 39.262250 125.676200109.5018800102Your modified file would be like this:PYONGYANG ZKPY01 13123008 39.228000 125.675717109.9000800089PYONGYANG ZKPY17 xxxxxxxxxxx new data herePYONGYANG ZKPY19 13123188 39.262250 125.676200109.5018800102PYONGYANG ZKPY35 xxxxxxxxxxx new data hereSave the file.Make a backup copy (wpnavapt-backup.txt) of this modified file for use later.Now, all four runways would be available in Level-D.Each time you updata your Navigraph cycle you must again do this edit if runways are still closed.

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