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FS9 ATC AND PUBLISHED SID AND STARS ???

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I have always generated flights using FSnav or the FS9 Flight planner and have recently become more interested in using SID and STARs to accomplish my IFR flights.I always have issues with ATC when trying to implement a STAR it just does not recognize my intended apporach because they will instruct on their own approach at some predefined distance from my destination airport.So how do I overcome this without losing my IFR flight plan in flight by disregarding ATC request for the FS9 approach as opposed to the published STAR I select. Also how does one know what STAR to usewhen building a flight plan when the destination runway cannot be determined until you are relatively close due to weather variables?SIDS dont ssem to be as much as an issue since FS9 ATC will let you follow it somewhat.Appreciate all help !!!!ThanksAndy

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Hi Andy,If you're doing an approach that is contained within FS9's database, when ATC gives you vectors from 80 miles away, you can request another approach. Sometimes this approach will actually have the transition as well, which you will then be able to fly.Another option would be to join Jim[link:www.precisionmanuals.com]http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/747400.jpg


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