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janjoensson

Navdatapro and native P3D ATC

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Hi!

 

First of all, thank you for the high quality products Aerosoft produce for the flight sim community.

 

I own the entire AS Airbus family, PFPX and have subscribed to Navdatapro AIRACs. What I like is that its easy to create a flight plan in PFPX and import it into for example the AS Airbus A330 as a company route.

 

However, a problem I have never manage to solve is that the native P3D (currently using v 4.5, waiting for v 5 to stabilize) AIRACs are not updated, and I think thats why when loading a PFPX-flight plan into P3D the native ATC doesn't seem to recognize the plan or they missmatch. I havent found any ATC-add on worth the money yet and for me native ATC is enough. 

 

Hopefully someone can assist me with these questions:

- Is there a way to get the flight plans created using PFPX with the latest Navdatapro AIRACs to get recognized and followed by the native P3D ATC?

- Is there a way to synchronize the AIRAC of the native P3D with those coming from Navdatapro?

- If that is possible, are there any side effects (will for example AI-traffic from Ultimate Traffic Live still work?)

 

Best regards

 

Jan Jönsson

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The native ATC of P3D (and already FSX) is not and will never be able to „see“ navdata coming from an addon like NavdataPro.

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I used some years ago Pro-ATC/X. That does work together with NavData.
Prepare3D v5 has current navdata, so this Stock data will work for some time.

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Would you suggest it is better to stay with the stock data for add-ons if you want to use native ATC, rather than using Navdatapro for add-ons?

 

Best regards

 

Jan

 

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