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FSNAV and ATC, is it possible to get clearance on rwy

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I decided to spend some money on payware add-on, and that was for FSNav.It's really cool program and now flying is much more enjoyable.My question is, when you make a fligth plan in FSNAV,is it possible to make ATC follow that plan (like telling me altitude),and get clearance on the runway selected in FSNAV?If either one is possible please tell me how to do it.I searched but couldn't find any information.Thanks in advance.

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If you mean with FS2002 ATC, then create your flight plan in FSNAV and then from the menu choose to export it to FS2002. When in FS2002 load that flight plan via the flightplanner option. I presume thats what you mean?regardsTim

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>If you mean with FS2002 ATC, then create your flight plan in >FSNAV and then from the menu choose to export it to FS2002. >When in FS2002 load that flight plan via the flightplanner >option. >>I presume thats what you mean? >>regards >Tim Hmmmm....im not really sure, I just got it. Is "export to FS2002" different than just clicking "Fly Flight Plan" in FSNAV?Perhaps I should go back again and read the manual over. Thanks, this kind a gave me a hint what I can do.

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Hi Georgi,First of all, in real life, one cannot decide the active runway during the flight planning. The wind can change between the filing and the actual takeoff. If you plan to land three hours after departure, no one knows what will be the wind direction at that time. You don

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"use the airports names, make the plan accordingly, and EXPORT to FS2002. Then, ATC will use the ACTIVE runway according to the actual wind direction, in both departure and arrival airports."Thanks Heron, the quote above is what I'm gonna do. thank you again for all the useful information. :)

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