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JimIs there anyway to get the FSX and ASE ATIS in DWC mode to agree while the aircraft is in the sky or is that just the way it is?Thank youMichael Cubine

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Hi,No, that is just a negative of DWC mode.

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JimOkay.ThanksMichael Cubine
Michael, are you aware that you can get the destination ATIS report on your radio (with the correct QNH and winds) if you tune to 122.02? For this to work, you will need to have a flightplan in ASE and FSX with the relevant destination airfield, ATIS/flightwatch enabled in ASE, and DWC of course. In a way, this is like having ACARS giving you a heads up on expected arrival conditions hundreds of miles from touchdown, just like in the real world. I use it all the time, and it saves me from having to switch to ASE to see what the weather and QNH is inflight. I never use FSX's built in ATIS anymore, except when I'm on the ground at the departure airfield, since the "global" DWC weather matches the FSX ATIS report because I haven't moved yet.

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Michael, are you aware that you can get the destination ATIS report on your radio (with the correct QNH and winds) if you tune to 122.02? For this to work, you will need to have a flightplan in ASE and FSX with the relevant destination airfield, ATIS/flightwatch enabled in ASE, and DWC of course. In a way, this is like having ACARS giving you a heads up on expected arrival conditions hundreds of miles from touchdown, just like in the real world. I use it all the time, and it saves me from having to switch to ASE to see what the weather and QNH is inflight. I never use FSX's built in ATIS anymore, except when I'm on the ground at the departure airfield, since the "global" DWC weather matches the FSX ATIS report because I haven't moved yet.
767fanYes I am aware of 122.025 and that's what I use for ATIS now.Thank youMichael Cubine

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Michael, are you aware that you can get the destination ATIS report on your radio (with the correct QNH and winds) if you tune to 122.02? For this to work, you will need to have a flightplan in ASE and FSX with the relevant destination airfield, ATIS/flightwatch enabled in ASE, and DWC of course. In a way, this is like having ACARS giving you a heads up on expected arrival conditions hundreds of miles from touchdown, just like in the real world. I use it all the time, and it saves me from having to switch to ASE to see what the weather and QNH is inflight. I never use FSX's built in ATIS anymore, except when I'm on the ground at the departure airfield, since the "global" DWC weather matches the FSX ATIS report because I haven't moved yet.
Hi just new to ase and didnt knoiw this option glad i do now one of my best addons i think ase has solved all my probs with s turns and wind shifts and speed shifts i happy now can now fly pmdg aircraft now without any probs now and with rex2 as my texture all is good with orbox scenery to go with of course

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Michael, are you aware that you can get the destination ATIS report on your radio (with the correct QNH and winds) if you tune to 122.02? For this to work, you will need to have a flightplan in ASE and FSX with the relevant destination airfield, ATIS/flightwatch enabled in ASE, and DWC of course.
Hi, do I need to file a flightplan in FSX as well? The flight plan on ASE is not enough?Thanks.James

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Hi, No, just in ASE for Flightwatch to work well.

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