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  1. Hello guys, I need some information about realworld fms function. Especially about procedures for Fly-by. Anyone can explain to me how the turn-parameters of an fly-by waypoint are calculated? Is it right that the type of a waypoint (fly-over/fly-by) is implemented in the AIRAC? If so: Are there also radii published which the fms needs to take care of? How the fms calculate the start of an fly-by turn? Hopefully you understand my question, if not, let me know 😉 Thank you for your advice
  2. Hi, I wondering if it is possible to track flighttrack inbounding for example EGLL. With flightradar24 it is just possible to multiselect 6 flights which is not enough for my intention. Anyone know how I can visualize the flighttracks form all a/c's? Just need the track. Thank you very much for your help 🙂
  3. also possible to import the altitude of the vector in Earth?
  4. Hello, I got longitude and latitude parameters in a Excel sheet with informations of altitude. Example: Lat Long alt 524.530 97.560 671 524.524 97.794 792 524.518 98.053 914 524.508 98.300 1067 524.498 98.627 1311 I wonder if it is possible to get this data into Google Earth for visible information. Just saw a possibility to enter a .txt with long and lat parameters (my seems to be a wrong format for that). I want to view a descent into an airport. Maybe anyone knows a solution,if it is possible.
  5. Thank you veeeery much for all the information. Will contact Vatsim UK too.
  6. Thanks for that. I contacted them. Hopefully they help me 😄 If anyone got some more ideas, I would love to here from you
  7. Hey gents, I am actually working on my master thesis in aviation technics, especially we want to develope an algorithm that finds the optimal arrival route to a runway automaticly. Therefore I want to verify and test this approach to a real airport focusing on London-Heathrow EGLL. I need to know how the controllers are working at this airport, so how they separat each aircraft to another, how the holding points are built and so on. Hopefully one have some experience or knowledge about that (Reallife or maybe Vatsim/IVAO). It would be so much appreciated. Thank you very much for your help 🙂
  8. So its an expansion. Not possible, to just get the 747-8, cause I don't want the 747-400? 😄
  9. same here for direct download. I managed to download all parts with help of the particular download links listed in the release notes of the installer
  10. Ok thank you all. You where absolutly right ;) Didnt know that
  11. I dont know if I am right here but anyway. I really want to say thank you for Chaseplane. I was quite sceptical about the product, cause I used Ezdok for a long time. Now I switched over to a new computer and give chaseplane a try. Also I am not familar with it at all, it feels very good from the first start. Nice interface and easy to use. I will now set up my own new cameras and settings and love it. Thank you for the great product ;)
  12. ah ok, thanks Vic but then I got the question: When AS overrides the settings, why I got those summer textures here and there? Is it just the conflict between REX/P3D settings and AS? For sure I will then use a historical weather. Never saw one of this anomaly :D
  13. Hey guys, after installing every from the skretch I came up with a test flight. Started p3dv4, changed location to eddv (Hannover Germany) and changed season to summer. Started sim and following picture I made immediantly Installed: REX Direct Enhanced + AS+ASCA. PTA (Matts preset), chaseplane, preciptFX, Orbx Global, LC EU, Vector, GEN, GES, England, Australia, trees. Maybe conflicted with the actual weather settings via AS, cause of winter conditions? p3d is set to summer. Dont know how to solve the texture mixes on the picture. Anyone knows? Best greetings
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