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Question about NAVDATA (wpNavAPT.txt)

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Hello all,

In the NAVDATA for PMDG I would like to know the meaning of the data for wpNavAPT.txt

Exemple for this FIMP airport.

 

SIR S RAMGOOLAM MAURITIUFIMP14 09974136-20.424661  57.672020109.9013600183

SIR S RAMGOOLAM MAURITIUFIMP32 09974316-20.437150  57.697953000.0031600098

 

We have two runways..ok

 

SIR S RAMGOOLAM MAURITIUFIMP14 = Name and Runway 14

09974 = Length

136 = heading (I suppose)

09974136-20.424661  57.672020 = Latitude and Longitude

109.90= ILS

13600=heading= 136.00  I suppose??

 

For all above I suppose

 

And what is the last 183 for Rnw 14 and 098 for Rnw 32

Thnks in advance for your help.

Have good day

Regards

Dom

 

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And what is the last 183 for Rnw 14 and 098 for Rnw 32

 

Threshold elevation above sea level.

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This is an extract of the navdata definitions I put in the library some time ago:

wpnavapt.txt AIRPORT DEFINITION FILE

....|....1....|....2....|....3....|....4....|....5....|....6....|....7....

ORLANDO INTL            KMCO17L09000184 28.443697 -81.282581110.9518400090
ORLANDO INTL            KMCO17R10000184 28.435611 -81.295881111.7518400090
ORLANDO INTL            KMCO18L12005184 28.448333 -81.322306000.0018400093
ORLANDO INTL            KMCO18R12004184 28.448295 -81.326975111.9018400093
LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAKLAX24L10285249 33.950189-118.401664111.7025000111
LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAKLAX24R08925249 33.952100-118.401945108.5024900117
LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAKLAX25L11095249 33.937359-118.382708109.9024900098
LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAKLAX25R12091249 33.939553-118.382906111.1025000094
FRANKFURT               EDDF25C13123248 50.045128   8.586981111.5524800364
FRANKFURT               EDDF25L13123248 50.040053   8.586531111.1524800362
FRANKFURT               EDDF25R09186248 50.045825   8.533717111.3524800353


1-24     Airport Name
25-28    Airport ICAO
29-31    Runway Designation (Two digits use leading zero if 1-9)
         Runway Designation column 31 = L C R or space only.
32-36    Runway Length (feet)
37-39    Runway Heading (magnetic, Three digits use leading zeros if 0-99)
40-49    Latitude signed decimal degrees (+N –S)
50-60    Longitude signed decimal degrees (+E –W)
              Note Lat/Lon fields are right justified
61-66    Localizer/ILS/LDA frequency (MHz)
67-69    Localizer/ILS/LDA Course (Three digits)
70-74    Runway Altitude (ft msl)

Use only spaces for white space, no tabs. Column position is important.

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HI,

Thanks for you "pschlute" and "downscc" you are the best  :yahoo: :smile:
Best regards

dom

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The code boxes cut the text awkwardly, but if you paste the data into Notepad, you can read it a bit better.

 

I first posted that information about 9 years ago, I'd forgotten about but now I do recall that the formatting was lost when it was transferred to the new knowledge base pages from the old board. I have the same in either txt or pdf if you are interested.

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