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If that is what it takes, YES!


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@IcemanFBW

As folks who may be looking into nav data at some point, I'm curious if you might have an enumeration of the things that seem to be missing or show stoppers. On the CJ4 side, the ones that stood out as far as possible incomplete data were no speed restrictions out of the existing API, missing extra RF leg details sometimes, and missing approaches with no specific runway termination. It didn't seem to be an enormous list of deficiencies, although speed restriction data certainly is important.

Are there other areas that seem to be blockers?

-Matt

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12 minutes ago, MattNischan said:

@IcemanFBW

As folks who may be looking into nav data at some point, I'm curious if you might have an enumeration of the things that seem to be missing or show stoppers. On the CJ4 side, the ones that stood out as far as possible incomplete data were no speed restrictions out of the existing API, missing extra RF leg details sometimes, and missing approaches with no specific runway termination. It didn't seem to be an enormous list of deficiencies, although speed restriction data certainly is important.

Are there other areas that seem to be blockers?

-Matt

Considering your new role I just wanted to say that I am very happy to see that you are initiating these kind of discussions. Great stuff!

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11 hours ago, IcemanFBW said:

... shipping our own navdata, in a similar fashion to the Aerosoft CRJ ...

Sounds good.

I  wonder if the microstutters that occur with the FBW A320 when a flightplan is loaded into the FMS - which do not occur in the CRJ - are related to the navdata in use. So that using your own navdata will also solve the microstutters?

 

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I gotta say that I believe the consensus is "YES"  

A huge thank you for so very much work and the many improvements in this sim.  

On the negative side, I am just waiting, in vain, for you guys to put a foot wrong. LOL

Well done and a great concept 

Thanks

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What exactly is missing from the default nav data? 

I ask because the Working Title Cj4 works perfectly fine with it - so curious what doesn't work for Airbus?

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8 minutes ago, highflyer2020 said:

What exactly is missing from the default nav data? 

I ask because the Working Title Cj4 works perfectly fine with it - so curious what doesn't work for Airbus?

Speed restrictions at SID/STAR waypoints. Holding patterns when part of a procedure. A lot of completely missing approaches at small to mid-sized US airports. Waypoint names that still show in the nav data that were removed from the US airspace system as much as 8 to 10 years ago. Some of the default data is fine - some is awful.

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Would we ever be able to use the MSFS 2020 nav data?


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4 hours ago, JRBarrett said:

Speed restrictions at SID/STAR waypoints. Holding patterns when part of a procedure. A lot of completely missing approaches at small to mid-sized US airports. Waypoint names that still show in the nav data that were removed from the US airspace system as much as 8 to 10 years ago. Some of the default data is fine - some is awful.

Ding ding ding - perfect summation of default data.  I finally went Navigraph.


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Huge YES from me!


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A big 10-4 YES


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Big YES. Excellent work from FBW.


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