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Cessna 172 w/G1000

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Is there a way to modify the flight plan in the G1000 after its loaded. In other words, delete a way point, or enter a way point? In PROC, select approach, showing a STAR in the list. Select a STAR but can not delete a Transition. You are forced to select one of the transitions showing. Thought I could  get by that by selecting a transition, then all I would have to do is delete it from the list when I select FPN. But you can't edit the flight plan in the G1000. Or is there a way to edit it? 


Walt Popowski

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You download it from the marketplace inside the sim, though. It won't be available on their website. 

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Thank you friends. As always, I appreciate all the help you give me. And I say from 1 pilot to another, ........"Thank You." 

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Walt Popowski

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Yes, the G100NXi improvement is excellent.

Just a note to @waltpop  The NXi addon will become standard soon in MSFS (and replace the basic G1000) after it has a few more updates.

Note that if you have any of the G1000 improvement mods installed in your community folder, they need to be moved out of there as they are not compatible with the newer NXi and will create problems if you try to mix them.

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In the default Cessna 172 G1000, you can alter the programmed flight plan by selecting a Waypoint or Airport and then clicking the "D" for "Direct" option. Then select NAV on the Autopilot (if you haven't done so already). You'll be taken directly to the Waypoint or Airport of your choosing, forsaking the original flight plan.

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3 minutes ago, David Mills said:

In the default Cessna 172 G1000, you can alter the programmed flight plan by selecting a Waypoint or Airport and then clicking the "D" for "Direct" option. Then select NAV on the Autopilot (if you haven't done so already). You'll be taken directly to the Waypoint or Airport of your choosing, forsaking the original flight plan.

Which is rather lame, once you have experienced the NXi where the original flightplan can be edited, and a Direct-to a waypoint in the flight plan does not "forsake" the original plan.  😉

A handy feature is, when you find yourself deviating from the flight plan and want to aim for the next waypoint, a simple DTO-ENT-ENT sequence will have you back on track.

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