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hello out there!i have this little issue that is bothering me regarding Boston's airport.all traffic takes off and lands on runway 15L. i want arrivals to come in and land at runway 22R (while continuing to take-off using 15L). i closed both ends of the 15L/33R runway for landings but the ATC still tells me to come in using 15L.what if anything can be done about this?

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Well, that shouldn't happen! Are you using overlays for KBOS? And are the other runways open for landing? I don't know what it will do if you have NO runways open. My guess would be a long-forgotten overlay, or maybe the AFCAD change didn't get saved properly.

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no.i tried doing the same thing for KATL-with overlays-and it all went fine. (changed the landing runway from 27R to 26L).i did not touch any part of the overlays for KATL either.

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Did you create a flightpath and localizer for the runway you want aircraft to land on?

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nope. but i didn't do that for KATL either and everything is just fine there.

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Take a look at your AFCAD of KBOS. 4L/22R has no ILS. So, any IFR flights MUST land on a different runway. Switch your landings to 4R/22L and you'll be sippin' chowdah at Legal's in no time.

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Update:i just got kinda tired of not gettin it right so i just put the normal airport back in.as for the suggestion of 4L/22R having no ILS...i have never done an ILS into Boston--only VFR. and they still vectored me into the dreaded 15R/33L runway.but i'll see what i can do later since i am able to restore the old airport at any time...

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