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Not sure if anyone else has seen this sort of plotting after SP1.Prior to SP1 I think route between GG503 and BELKA were shown as two 90 degree curves joined together (the correct presentation I would suggest). Now the line has a kink between the two waypoints (see picture). This is the LUSA1N STAR into LSGG Rwy 05.


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Noticed the exact same phenomenon on a teardrop approach to 35L at Denver, CO earlier today. I would expect = not RW. I disconnected LNAV and flew HDG SEL to the waypoint and manually steered the turn until I was in line with the next waypoint before reconnecting LNAV. I simply refuse to fly slalom courses in the NGX. lol! I also have been experiencing strange performance issues on "hold" procedures since SP1.


Craig Williams

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Not sure if anyone else has seen this sort of plotting after SP1.Prior to SP1 I think route between GG503 and BELKA were shown as two 90 degree curves joined together (the correct presentation I would suggest). Now the line has a kink between the two waypoints (see picture). This is the LUSA1N STAR into LSGG Rwy 05.
happens to me as well. I just select HDG on the MCP just as Craig said it. I guess PMDG team is aware of that, they will probably fix it.

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