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  1. That's probably what it was!
  2. Haha bad luck, Chris. I've already put her in Mojave. Pity none of the FSX sceneries for Mojave work in P3D. ;) https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/qf6019/#e4a1baf http://flightaware.com/live/flight/QFA6019 What I don't get is the weird double-circuit they did at Mojave
  3. No worries. The NGX is still great to come back to - everything about it works really well. Apart from taxiing, it is great fun. Cheers, Rudy
  4. https://www.dropbox.com/s/zp3ffavqpavmgwl/PMDG_747v2_Yoke_Checklists.dds?dl=0 Link to a custom checklist for my favourite airline. It is probably a little out-of-date, so if anyone has any corrections/updates, I'll add them. It goes in the aircraft's texture.vc folder. Back-up the old one first, of course! Cheers,
  5. Seriously?
  6. I am going to give it a go at some stage in the near future - I am sure you can guess the airline! If you're interested I'll let you know once its done. Cheers,
  7. Glad I'm not the only one with this.
  8. Hi - yeah grid MSA is different from the airway MSA. Sometimes the airways MSA is lower than the grid! Cheers, Rudy
  9. I quite like AOEMI Backupper. It is free, works well, and can take incremental snapshots of an initial image, as well as syncing files or backing up in a more traditional way. Cheers,
  10. Hi! Glad your problem is solved. Sorry to hijack the end of your thread!
  11. Hey! You're not talking about the grid MSA are you? If not, do you remember at all which part of the world you were looking at? Cheers,
  12. The low ones just show the minimum height to flight plan on that airway, not the actual MSA for the sector. I asked Navigraph about it: https://www.navigraph.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=92&t=4783
  13. Not quite. The enroute charts in the beta do not give MSAs for airway segments - something quite important for depressurisation planning in mountainous areas! Cheers,
  14. Interesting, I've been wondering about this. Cheers,
  15. Hi Marinus, Yes sometimes people can be unnecessarily harsh or preach unhelpful things like "Fly the plane, you child of Magenta". In addition to the stuff you have learnt here, Simon and some others answered some questions I had about an RNAV approach in LNAV/VNAV a few weeks ago too, along a similar theme to yours, involving a 90 degree turn. You might find it useful for reference: Cheers, Rudy