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I was flying a tutorial and navigating to KSEA for when rod Machado instructed me to tune my radios in which I was to tune nav1 to 110.6 which is the frequency for ksea vor. He then told me to tune nav1 standby to 110.3 and nav2 to 115.5.why is this?

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I do not know what lesson you are flying, give us chart of the approach so we can see what's going on. 

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I would be flying outbound from the Spokane vor on the 255 redial at fl280-then plan to cross the pae vor at par and then complete an approach into KSEA which i presume would be flying toward idea vor

I would be flying outbound from the Spokane vor on the 255 redial at fl280-then plan to cross the pae vor at par and then complete an approach into KSEA which i presume would be flying toward ksea vor

I would be flying outbound from the Spokane vor on the 255 redial at fl280-then plan to cross the pae vor at par and then complete an approach into KSEA which i presume would be flying toward ksea vor

I would be flying outbound from the Spokane vor on the 255 redial at fl280-then plan to cross the pae vor at par and then complete an approach into KSEA which i presume would be flying toward ksea vor

I would be flying outbound from the Spokane vor on the 255 redial at fl280-then plan to cross the pae vor at par and then complete an approach into KSEA which i presume would be flying toward ksea vor

Mistake in last messsage-cross pae vor at 8000ft

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110.60 is PAE VOR

 

Presume he wants you land on KSEA 16L which is 110.30 ILS so you want that in standby.

 

115.50 is spokane VOR.

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Wow all I need to do is do another tutorial where I have to tune the radios myself-cheers

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