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I notice there is a topic that asks this question and it dawned on me that most people are not aware that you can find ILS frequencies in game on the map. You just need to zoom into the airport...if it has ILS you will see a little icon posted at the end of the runway. Just click on it and the ILS frequency will pop up in the NAV window.

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What I want is a way to do this in sim once your flight is in progress. Possible?


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Just now, odourboy said:

What I want is a way to do this in sim once your flight is in progress. Possible?

For that you will have to do what real pilots do...use the garmin or the ipad etc. I haven't tried in in msfs2020 with the g1000 but I could get them using the Garmin 500 in fsx, so I imagine you can do the same with the G1000 in msfs 2020.

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That's not what we want. P3D and FSX offered an in game map that had all the frequencies. It's a game after all.

By your argument, they shouldn't be in the game at all.

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3 minutes ago, odourboy said:

That's not what we want. P3D and FSX offered an in game map that had all the frequencies. It's a game after all.

We? Game? 😉 Anyway I don't recall fsx being that way at all....once in flight you would have to exit to the flight plan page or look it up in the garmin.

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On the tbm at least, you can find ils frequencies on the ‘waypoint info’ button on the mfd. just put the airport’s iaco code in and the rest should be self explanatory (there’s literally a section called ‘frequencies’. Haven’t tried on other planes but presume it’s similar. 

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43 minutes ago, aussieflying said:

Anyway I don't recall fsx being that way at all....once in flight you would have to exit to the flight plan page or look it up in the garmin.

you could go to "map" from the drop down menu, click on the airport which would show all ILS frequencies.  Very simple and sad that MSFS doesnt have at least that simplicity.  To be honest I wish MSFS had EXACTLY the same UI

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