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Hello Dave 😃


P2A v2.5.0.6 - r3 / Windows 10


In the boxed area below, we cannot enter an odd flight level.
For example, if I enter flight level 230, flight level 240 is displayed. 
If I enter flight level 210, flight level 220 is displayed.
If I enter flight level 260, flight level 260 is displayed correctly.

 

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Hi.

That's because in certain parts of the world there are altitude restrictions depending on your direction of flying. But you can override that behavior in pilot2atc. Look for an option similar to "atc ignores bearing altitudes".

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I know these restrictions depending on the direction of the track, but I didn't know how to inhibit this in P2A. I found the option to check in the P2A setup and everything is OK now with the flight levels.
Thank you.


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