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Hight Altitude Airport Operations on Airport with an elevation of 9200ft or above

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Hello, the most of you know that we have modeled the HI ALT LANDING pb-sw in the Aerosoft Bus Professional.
To make it more realistic for you to operate the Aircraft in such scenario, I created a document with the procedures. This is 100% like IRL. My source was a current FCOM from an airline operating on such airports.
Hight Altitude Airport Operations.pdf


A good starting point for such flights is of course a list of these airports:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest_airports

 

The highest of these airports are in China and not covered in P3D. So my original intention was to create a good freeware for you. Unfortunately I have not enough time and my scenery design skills are not very good. So I made only some very light AFCAD:

ZUDC_ADEP4_Bob-fix.bgl

ZUDC_ADEP4_Bob-fix_CVX.bgl

ZUBD_ADEP4_Bob.bgl

ZUBD_ADEP4_Bob_CVX.bgl

ZUDC is using fake frequencies for the ILS34 (IOI, 111.00). I added only one, according to sat image.
ZUBD is based on a chart; ILS14 (IOO, 110.50).
Both airports are georeferenced to satimage. I have access to a really good source.

 

If you want to be able to program the FMS you have to add the relevant data to your cycle. But beware, you will do this on your own risk, no support!

 

1. Add these Data to the "Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX NavData\Airports.txt":

A,ZUBD,CHANGDU,30.555939,97.106703,14219,20600,24600,18044,0
R,13,130,18044,148,1,110.500,130,30.570521,97.092736,14219,3.00,49,0,0
R,31,310,13780,148,0,000.000,310,30.541334,97.120580,14219,0.00,49,0,0
L,13,IOO,ZUBD 13 ILS CAT 1,110.500,30.530891,97.130517,130,-0.7,30.568894,97.095699,14219,3.00,1
M,30.580552,97.083040,14219,1,13,130
M,30.620585,97.044826,14219,2,13,130

 

A,ZUDC,DAOCHENG-YADING,29.315435,100.063184,14472,20600,24600,13780,0
R,16,160,13780,148,0,0.000,160,29.3349,100.0541,14472,0.00,49,0,0
R,34,340,13780,148,1,111.000,340,29.2968,100.0664,14472,3.00,49,0,0
L,34,IOI,ZUDC 34 ILS CAT 1,111.000,29.3371,100.0534,340,1.16,29.3017,100.0667,14472,3.00,1


2. Add these data to the "Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX NavData\Navaids.txt":

O,O,326.000,0,0,195,30.34.49N97.04.59E,14219,ZP,0,1,-0.7
DAO,DAOCHENG,113.000,1,1,195,29,3583,100.0463,14472,ZP,0,0,1.16

 

3. Add these files to the Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX NavData\PROC folder:

ZUBD.txt

ZUDC.txt

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On 10/10/2018 at 5:21 PM, Walter Almaraz said:

Very nice Bob, thank you for your work, I'll try on SLLP and SLCB.

 

Regards,

 

Walter

 

And also SLPO -- Potosi, Bolivia, and of course SKBO - Bogota Colombia.

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We now have a real pilot in beta team who flies these high alt, high temp departures a lot so we think we can get them pretty perfect.

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On 10/10/2018 at 1:51 PM, masterhawk said:

Hello, the most of you know that we have modeled the HI ALT LANDING pb-sw in the Aerosoft Bus Professional.
To make it more realistic for you to operate the Aircraft in such scenario, I created a document with the procedures. This is 100% like IRL. My source was a current FCOM from an airline operating on such airports.
Hight Altitude Airport Operations.pdf


A good starting point for such flights is of course a list of these airports:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_highest_airports

 

The highest of these airports are in China and not covered in P3D. So my original intention was to create a good freeware for you. Unfortunately I have not enough time and my scenery design skills are not very good. So I made only some very light AFCAD:

ZUDC_ADEP4_Bob-fix.bgl

ZUDC_ADEP4_Bob-fix_CVX.bgl

ZUBD_ADEP4_Bob.bgl

ZUBD_ADEP4_Bob_CVX.bgl

ZUDC is using fake frequencies for the ILS34 (IOI, 111.00). I added only one, according to sat image.
ZUBD is based on a chart; ILS14 (IOO, 110.50).
Both airports are georeferenced to satimage. I have access to a really good source.

 

If you want to be able to program the FMS you have to add the relevant data to your cycle. But beware, you will do this on your own risk, no support!

 

1. Add these Data to the "Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX NavData\Airports.txt":

A,ZUBD,CHANGDU,30.555939,97.106703,14219,20600,24600,18044,0
R,13,130,18044,148,1,110.500,130,30.570521,97.092736,14219,3.00,49,0,0
R,31,310,13780,148,0,000.000,310,30.541334,97.120580,14219,0.00,49,0,0
L,13,IOO,ZUBD 13 ILS CAT 1,110.500,30.530891,97.130517,130,-0.7,30.568894,97.095699,14219,3.00,1
M,30.580552,97.083040,14219,1,13,130
M,30.620585,97.044826,14219,2,13,130

 

A,ZUDC,DAOCHENG-YADING,29.315435,100.063184,14472,20600,24600,13780,0
R,16,160,13780,148,0,0.000,160,29.3349,100.0541,14472,0.00,49,0,0
R,34,340,13780,148,1,111.000,340,29.2968,100.0664,14472,3.00,49,0,0
L,34,IOI,ZUDC 34 ILS CAT 1,111.000,29.3371,100.0534,340,1.16,29.3017,100.0667,14472,3.00,1


2. Add these data to the "Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX NavData\Navaids.txt":

O,O,326.000,0,0,195,30.34.49N97.04.59E,14219,ZP,0,1,-0.7
DAO,DAOCHENG,113.000,1,1,195,29,3583,100.0463,14472,ZP,0,0,1.16

 

3. Add these files to the Documents\Aerosoft\General\A3XX NavData\PROC folder:

ZUBD.txt

ZUDC.txt

Thank u thank you ×10000

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