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Hi,Looking for examples for the transparant flightplan, i need a few airports with an dme arc in the approach.Left and right arcs.Jan


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Hi Jan, Here are some, not very big fields though.KCWA 08 - http://flightaware.com/resources/airport/K...S+OR+LOC+RWY+08KCWA Full set - http://flightaware.com/resources/airport/KCWA/proceduresKRHI 27 - http://flightaware.com/resources/airport/K.../VOR_DME+RWY+27KRHI Full Set - http://flightaware.com/resources/airport/KRHI/proceduresKFLD 36 - http://flightaware.com/resources/airport/K.../LOC_DME+RWY+36KFLD Full Set - http://flightaware.com/resources/airport/KRHI/proceduresEDIT!! For the actual FS based approaches, assuming stock database.KRHI VOR/DME 27 Transition - PEWLEKRHI VOR/DME 27 Transition - PEPVYKRHI ILS 09 Transition - D185M -- No chart, has been replaced with straight inKRHI ILS 09 Transition - D346M -- No chart, has been replaced with straight inKFLD VOR/DME 36 Transition - D105ZKFLD VOR/DME 36 Transition - D242ZKCWA ILS 08 Transition - D005QKCWA ILS 08 Transition - D171QHere are some more - KCMI VOR/DME 22R - trans KIMXI & KINCI ( ISECs have changed on chart )http://flightaware.com/resources/airport/K.../VOR_DME+RWY+22KDNV VOR/DME 03 - trans KIPZU & KISTE ( No chart - updated ) KDNV VOR 21 - trans KITZO & KIVBE ( No chart - updated ) Didn't check these but my outdated flips (4-2004) have them. KEAU LOC/DME BC 04KEAU ILS 22KEAU VOR or GPS AKFLD SDF 36KHYR VOR/DME or GPS 02KJVL ILS 04KJVL VOR or GPS 04KLSE ILS 18KLSE VOR or GPS 36KLSE VOR 13KMQB VOR/DME or GPS-A (THIS ONE IS COOL, BACKWARDS ARC! )KEFT VOR/DME or GPS 30 (THIS ONE IS COOL, BACKWARDS ARC! )KCWA LOC BC 26KCWA VOR or GPS-AKPRG VOR or GPS-A (THIS ONE IS COOL, BACKWARDS ARC! )KUIN ILS 04KUIN LOC/DME BC 22KSTE VOR or GPS 21KSTE VOR or GPS 30KSTE VOR/DME or GPS 03KVLA VOR 18KISW VOR/DME or GPS-A (THIS ONE IS COOL, BACKWARDS ARC! ) IN FS TOO !Hope that's enough :-) All of WI. & ILL. have fun!Roman


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I didn't know FS default approaches had DME arcs.


Ed Wilson

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Thanks,Was +/- the last one...?Jan


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I didn't know FS default approaches had DME arcs.
Well, now I know you've never read the GNS530/430 or G1000 manuals I wrote, because each one has an illustrated example of flying a DME arc! :(

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Like I have time to read???? And the autopilot follows the arc?


Ed Wilson

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Yes, the AP follows quite nicely... Depending on the initial turn into the arc it may be necessary to reduce speed to min maneuver. Go too fast and the AP cannot make the turn and you'll end up 5+ NM off the arc. Roman


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I just finished completing my Instrument Currency on Wednesday. Air Orlando asked if I would fly to Ft. Lauderdale Execurtive (KFXE) to pick up a battery for an aircraft undergoing an annual. I completed the ILS RWY 8 at KFXE, picked up the battery, completed the VOR RWY 11R with 7mi arc R147 at Vero Beach (KVRB), had some lunch at C J Cannons, and finally, completed the GPS RWY 7 at Orlando Executive (KORL) for a total of 4.8 Hobbs, .4 actual, 1.5 hood.The aircraft is a C172S-G1000 with the garmin integrated autopilot. Yes, the autopilot is really an improvement over the earlier KAP140. Yes, the autopilot can fly the approaches, but, could Bill fly the approaches? Yes, I can but not as smooth as good old OTTO.


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Hi,In the mean time i found a lot of examples, but it is almost impossible to write some code that represents the arc, because all are different in start- and endpoint and radius.So i stopped looking for a way and ended using a simple direct-to line....Jan


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