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Active Sky Next flight plan problems

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Hi,

 

I just bought active sky nest for the FSX and wanted to load a flight plan *.pln to the system - it always tells me:

 

unable to parse the requested flight plan ???

 

Where ist the problem

 

tks Marek

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What are you using for the original flight plan generation?

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I have the same problem - I create a flight plan in FS Commander.  In ASN I click on Load a Flight Plan and it opens the folder FSC9/Flight Plans/FSC.  I click on the required flight Plan and I get the message that ASN is unable to parse the required Flight Plan.

 

Any advice would be appreciated.

 

John

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Open the .pln file that FScommander saves to your FSX flightplan folder, not the one in the FSC plans folder

ASN needs a FSX formatted .pln, the FSC plans are in a different format that ASN cannot read.

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On 12/25/2014 at 2:15 PM, Viennaman said:

Hi,

 

I just bought active sky nest for the FSX and wanted to load a flight plan *.pln to the system - it always tells me:

 

unable to parse the requested flight plan ???

 

Where ist the problem

 

tks Marek

 

On 1/1/2015 at 8:18 AM, Glynn said:

Open the .pln file that FScommander saves to your FSX flightplan folder, not the one in the FSC plans folder

ASN needs a FSX formatted .pln, the FSC plans are in a different format that ASN cannot read.

Hey guy I could really use your help I'am having problems with Finding Route in the Flight planner I can not find and FIX !!! I'am using CoPilot to load my flight plans and them are ok but when i click on find route it goes all the way out to west African????? In default flight it always show heading amd miles to that spot??? HELP I'am running windows 10 Pro alienware Area-51 i7960 12GB Ram Thanks for any help......Scott

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Aleinware Area-51 Windows 10 Pro Intel i7 CPU 960@3.20GHz 12 GB RAM GeForce 770 Graphic Card

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