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Why PFPX can't find a route from LSZH - LJLJ but can find a route from LJLJ - LSZH? I don't get it. What's the problem here?

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No issue here using Navigraph AIRAC.

 

Have you installed the RAD Restrictions and Directs file available from the forum download section ?

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1 hour ago, srcooke said:

No issue here using Navigraph AIRAC.

 

Have you installed the RAD Restrictions and Directs file available from the forum download section ?

I'm also using the latest Navigraph AIRAC. 

Regarding files... no, never heard of those.

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Ok, I installed the mentioned files and now it works.

Do I have to do that every AIRAC update??? Why? What exactly did I do by installing those files?

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David suggests the AIRAC cycle the files are suitable for so try and keep them matched.

 

Published AIRAC data does not contain information for Free Route Airspace which is ever expanding in Europe and in many cases removes all airways within a region.

 

Without the directs that David has kindly made freely available it would be impossible to automatically generate a route. You can of course manually create the route picking out intersections, but you also need to know the Entry/Exit/Intermediate/Arrival and Departure designators which again are not available from the AIRAC.

 

Whilst it is impossible to cover every eventuality Davids files will prove more than adequate for the majority.

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