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Support Team,

Down loading and installing Vox ATC a window displayed revealing a list of available flights and their airports.   As I fly mainly in Europe my initial  selection was EDDM (Munich) to EDDL (Dusseldorf.   At the time, I saved this flight plan which allowed me to set up and use all the options listed under Vox ATC .  Subsequently, the window showing these available flights completely disappeared from my PC and therefore I don't have any other flights save in Vox ATC.   I still have  flights saved in the past, unfortunately, they do NOT allow activation of SIDS/STARS etc; 

I would be very grateful to anyone who can help me.

Robert Keeley 


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VOXATC doesn't have a list of flightplans for selection. Are you sure that you aren't running a different ATC add on? Some of the other ATC apps provide a user interface with that type of selection screen.

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6 hours ago, Tiami said:

Support Team,

Down loading and installing Vox ATC a window displayed revealing a list of available flights and their airports.   As I fly mainly in Europe my initial  selection was EDDM (Munich) to EDDL (Dusseldorf.   At the time, I saved this flight plan which allowed me to set up and use all the options listed under Vox ATC .  Subsequently, the window showing these available flights completely disappeared from my PC and therefore I don't have any other flights save in Vox ATC.   I still have  flights saved in the past, unfortunately, they do NOT allow activation of SIDS/STARS etc; 

I would be very grateful to anyone who can help me.

Robert Keeley 

What are you using to make your flight plans? I normally create my flight plans on simBrief, and download the file in .pln format for P3D or FSX. Make sure you are saving it in the right folder where all the other VoxATC plans are stored. You should be able to load it in your VoxATC Flight Plan Extra.


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On ‎06‎/‎05‎/‎2017 at 6:49 PM, specialist said:

What are you using to make your flight plans? I normally create my flight plans on simBrief, and download the file in .pln format for P3D or FSX. Make sure you are saving it in the right folder where all the other VoxATC plans are stored. You should be able to load it in your VoxATC Flight Plan Extra.

 


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Thanks for your reply, I'll go to Flight Plan Extra and see what I can do.

Robert


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On ‎06‎/‎05‎/‎2017 at 4:22 PM, jabloomf1230 said:

VOXATC doesn't have a list of flightplans for selection. Are you sure that you aren't running a different ATC add on? Some of the other ATC apps provide a user interface with that type of selection screen.

They might have been the default saved flights which VoxATC installs so that you can try the system out.


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True, but VOXATC  doesn't provide any hint of that when running. Those flight plans are only referenced in the VOXATC  users manual.

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