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How do you simulate RF legs in NGX?

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Hi,

 I just wanted to know what you guys do to simulate RF legs in the NGX, if you fly RNP approaches with RF legs. I'm fairly new to the way RNP approaches with RF legs/RNP approaches in general work, and would like to know what some of you do to fly that RF leg realistically, considering that RF legs aren't supported in the NGX.

 

Since I mainly fly routes for WestJet in FSX and I found where I can get the RNP approach charts for applicable airports (fltplan.com and then in the RCAP section), I enter the waypoints manually and then handfly the legs that have larger arcs implemented in them. Otherwise I will let the aircraft just do it's thing and fly the approach the way it likes up until the FAF. I did find though, at airports such as YLW where the arc is tighter I find the NGX flies a pretty decent curve.

 

Cheers,

 

Mike


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