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MorSe Dude

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  1. OK, strange, i can't get any validation anymore under 45 secs.....
  2. Since a few weeks, the IFPS validation takes on average about a minute, 90 seconds to complete. Before that, it was a matter of seconds. If you go to the site of Eurocontrol, and input the data manually, it takes about 2 seconds. It seems that the validation's still working perfectly, but the validation through PFPX isn't anymore? no idea wether it's something in PFPX of at IFPS, but do you have any idea what this could cause, and how to solve this one? tia, [BEL27MD] Serge Morabito
  3. OK, thank you for your reply! It's that when i have to adapt the FP, it's very nice to actually see what system to use. enjoy your sunday, Serge
  4. Hi there, since i want to be sure i understand the RVSM stuff, and do it correctly, i wonder where i can find the cruize tables that explain which system we have to use. i can see you have Y0, SA, SO, YY, ..., but i can nowhere find what this is. it would be awesome to finally have those tables tia, BEL27MD (Serge)
  5. Hey David, that's cool, that route is even better than the one the other planner gave my main point is/was that, although anyone who ever checked routes and rads and stuff knows how horribly complicated things can get, i was hoping to forget all other planners and just enjoy PFPX for all my planning. i hope we'll get there eventually, thx for your (quick) help, the workaround, and clear explanation, much appreciated! grtz, Serge
  6. Hello there, First i want to say, i really appreciate PFPX, since it's quite complete, it gives great charts with winds, turbulence, NAT and other routes, ..... Although i must say i was really hoping for an update into 2019 concerning aircraft performances, it's still one of the best routing programs. But is there an explanation why some routes are so weird? All the info is there, AIRACs, RADs, ... but still you get these strange situations. This makes it impossible just to use 1 program, i still use Vroute, Simbrief, and sometimes even Euroflightplan, just to get a route that would work, costs me (and i'm not kidding) hours, which i kind of expect when i pay for a routeplanner. Take this example from a few hours ago: planning a flight from EDDF to LIRF. The 40% overhead is the PFPX route, the 20% an other planning tool. The PFPX route doesn't seem near anything any company would like to fly? I tried to select AUTO+, and asked for the shortest route, which was also this one, and the other one is about 200nm shorter. Am i doing something wrong here, or what's the issue with not generating a decent route? Do i expect too much? Again, still a big fan, if only for the taking into account of the winds when you fly across the ocean, but this really is driving me nuts :s Tia for an answer on this one, grtz, BEL27MD
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