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How to SimBrief without Dep/Arr?

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I always thought SimBrief would generate a flight without Sid/Star or runway designation. But now I see that is not the case, the MSFS generated flightplan contains these. My last flightplan BIKF/EGPF had the RIMU1A dep. and runway 01 while the wind was 250/13. MSFS didn't change anything so this kind of explains why I got wrong rw assignments so often in the past.

Is there a setting somewhere in SimBrief to get only the route waypoints in a FP?

I am also asking because in the HJet this results in FP errors (must delete FP) when changing dep. or arr.

Ok, I see now that I have to choose runways in SimBrief, can't do without I guess.

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Not completely clear what the problem is here. If you don't want the SID and STAR noted in the OFP, just delete them from the route of flight before generating the brief. The OFP will only include the enroute waypoints.

BTW, which aircraft are you using?

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1 hour ago, jrw4 said:

Not completely clear what the problem is here. If you don't want the SID and STAR noted in the OFP, just delete them from the route of flight before generating the brief. The OFP will only include the enroute waypoints.

BTW, which aircraft are you using?

The sid and star will usually have one more number after the waypoint, so they are easy to spot and delete. 


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11 hours ago, jrw4 said:

Not completely clear what the problem is here. If you don't want the SID and STAR noted in the OFP, just delete them from the route of flight before generating the brief. The OFP will only include the enroute waypoints.

BTW, which aircraft are you using?

Thanks, yes that seemed the best solution to load a SimBrief plan in the MSFS planner and then have it in the HondaJet G3000. However, for a well working solution I think I have to wait till the G3000 and the MSFS ATC gets updated.

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Flight sim ATC has long been an issue and seems unlikely to reach a desirable level of realism anytime in the foreseeable future.


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19 hours ago, Gerwil said:

I always thought SimBrief would generate a flight without Sid/Star or runway designation. But now I see that is not the case, the MSFS generated flightplan contains these. My last flightplan BIKF/EGPF had the RIMU1A dep. and runway 01 while the wind was 250/13. MSFS didn't change anything so this kind of explains why I got wrong rw assignments so often in the past.

Is there a setting somewhere in SimBrief to get only the route waypoints in a FP?

I am also asking because in the HJet this results in FP errors (must delete FP) when changing dep. or arr.

Ok, I see now that I have to choose runways in SimBrief, can't do without I guess.

Change the SIDS in the flight planner.  Select a specific runway and it should adjust the SID accordingly.

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