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      Use the right forum section please   08/10/17

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Just for a lazy guy...

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First of all: Congratulations - that is nice plane for sure. Fooled around a little with it, liked it so far.


Just one question, and don't need a how-to answer, just a yes or no (I will RTFM asap): Is it possible to read


a - a flight plan made with P3D

b - a flight plan made with PFPX

c - a flight plan made with FSC



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At this moment, as far as I am aware, no flight planning tool can export the CRJs flightplanfiletype.


I am sure developers will implement an export option for the CRJ soon.

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The first product to export to the CRJ will more than likely be SimBrief as this is a web based application, Topcats' PFPX may update to allow the export at a later date. SimBrief is free, however a subscription is required to update the Nav Data

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My friends,


I'll be posting this is a few different threads to make sure everyone who has asked about this knows.... Derek at Simbrief got back to me late this evening to let me know that he's added the Aerosoft CRJ to SimBrief.


Here is the message Derek sent to me:


Hi Dave,


The CRJ format is now available on SimBrief! If you don't see the "Aerosoft CRJ" format at first, try re-generating a flight plan and it should show up.




As I don't own the CRJ myself, I haven't been able to test these files on the actual aircraft. For now I've simply followed the guidelines in the PDF file and hoped for the best. If you get a chance to try it out, and if you find any bugs, please let me know and I'll do my best to solve them ASAP.




  - Derek





Also... the CRJ Flight Plan format is highly similar to the Aerosoft Airbus format, but not the same.



Best wishes and Happy Flights!

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