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Missing approach FIX - LOC B 01 (BIAR)

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Dear all,

 

First of all, the NavDataPro is an amazing product for Lido operators. keep up the amazing job!

 

The LOC B runway 01 at BIAR/AEY is missing the Missed Approach Point/FIX (IEY45) in the FMS Navdata (Ident according to AIP Iceland). Also, KN (NDB) shouldn't a part of the LOC B 01 instrument approach. KN and TO are used as a convential reference for contigency procedures.

 

The instrument approach procedure is currently coded in NavDataPro:

[LOC 01] -> IEY17 - IEY13 - IEY11 - IEY07 - KN - RW01 -> Missed approach procedure

 

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(Source: AIRAC 2001 data, PMDG NGXU)

 

This should be:

[LOCB 01] -> IEY17 - IEY13 - IEY11 - IEY07 - IEY45 -> Missed approach procedure (from point IEY45 to RW01 should be flown visually via the Lead-In Lights. However the LI-lights are not present in the simulator.)

 

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(Source: AIP ICELAND - LOC B 01)

 

Are you able to correct this for the next upcoming navdata cycles? 

 

I hope to hear from you. 

 

Best regards,

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We are 100% unable to change this as we have to use the dataset that is delivered to us. I will forward it though.

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Dear Mathijs, 

 

Thank you for your reply. I understand the fact that Aerosoft is not able to change the data as it supplied by Lufthansa Systems. 

 

In addition, attached you see how the instrument approach (BIAR - LOC B 01) is generic provided by the same supplier to our company navdatabase.  

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As coded IEY45 (MAPt) with an altitude contrain.

Maybe you can forward this as additonal information. 

 

Best regards,

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On 1/27/2020 at 9:35 AM, Tiago91 said:

Dear Mathijs, 

 

Thank you for your reply. I understand the fact that Aerosoft is not able to change the data as it supplied by Lufthansa Systems. 

 

In addition, attached you see how the instrument approach (BIAR - LOC B 01) is generic provided by the same supplier to our company navdatabase.  

1667207352_BIARLOCB01.thumb.JPG.c27e83d9f242d1f723cf805e2a1a41c0.JPG

As coded IEY45 (MAPt) with an altitude contrain.

Maybe you can forward this as additonal information. 

 

Best regards,

 

Man, I really like the way that database is laid out!

 

Thanks for sharing!

 

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