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Good Source For Airport Data?

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Hi, Are there any sources on the internet that provide the kind of one-stop data briefings offered by the FSX map? I want to turn that data, particularly runway alignment and esp. ILS frequencies, onto cards for my main airports. I intend to clip them onto my yoke.

 

Any links appreciated!

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Hi, Are there any sources on the internet that provide the kind of one-stop data briefings offered by the FSX map? I want to turn that data, particularly runway alignment and esp. ILS frequencies, onto cards for my main airports. I intend to clip them onto my yoke.

 

Any links appreciated!

Hi Paul, Apologies if you are not the "Mithras" on my forum, but if you are, and you own IF10, you can get all that stuff from the sim navdata, or switch to the AIRAC, especially the actual working frequencies. After building a flight or after choosing to view airports in the map page, see the airport.htm files in "C:\ProgramData\Ideal Flight 10\Flight\New". It's just simple text so should copy/paste for your needs no problem.

 

Example: LFOK

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Thanks Steve, I am Mithras and I do have Ideal Flight 10, didn't realise I could just cut and paste! Cheers. 

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Thanks Steve...

Thanks for your support Paul. By the way, the regular version shows navdata from the sim scenery, including your addon airports. The current AIRAC data is only available to the upgraded version. For aircraft navigation systems that use AIRAC navdata files, we must use the frequencies found in the AIRAC, the frequencies in the FSX map are from the navdata found in the sim, and apply to aircraft navigation systems found in planes such as the stock FSX aircraft.

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