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FMC ERROR ON P3D NGX B737-800 & 900

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Hello guys can some body help I have a issue with my NGX B737-800 on P3D when I export my flight from PFPX to P3D everything goes true but when I check on my FMC it saids the my AIRAC is out of date but is not true because i have the accurate AIRAC 1504 cycle and I can't load my flight plan on my FMC I hope somebody can help me thank you. all my flight plan get saved on my rte 

without any problem I don't know if I need to uninstall my PMDG B737-800 & 900 from my P3D or I need to do something else in order to fix it. 

 

Sincerely,

 

Manuel

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I check on my FMC it saids the my AIRAC is out of date but is not true because i have the accurate AIRAC 1504 cycle

Then the PFPX program AIRAC is out of date. One or the other. You should still be able to load your flightplan even if the AIRAC is out of date on one of the items. PFPX is a very complicated program for me and I'm not sure how good the importing/exporting feature works. You might want to check your P3D folder and go to PMDG/FlightPlans/NGX and see if the plan is there. You can also check out the NAVDATA. Maybe you have FSX installed too and you thought you were downloading AIRAC data for P3D or you thought it downloaded it for both sims. It does not. You have to have Navigraph download for FSX and P3D.

 

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when I check on my FMC it saids the my AIRAC is out of date

 

I've seen this a lot. In Flight Simulator go to 'World' then 'Date/Time' and set your simulator time to todays date. Then look at your FMC again, the out of date AIRAC message will be gone.

 

If you change your FSX date to a date in the past then the FMC thinks your AIRAC is not current.

PFPX only exports the route, nothing to do with the AIRAC cycle.

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PFPX is a very complicated program for me

 

Jim, I just noticed this. PFPX is a brilliant program and not as complicated as you may think. I recently posted a video to my YouTube channel (see signature) in which the first 5 minutes are me doing a quick crash course in PFPX. Check it out, if and when you have the time :) it's the NGX one.

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