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Hello,

 

I'm using the MSFS CRJ 550. I'm creating a new flight plan within FMS. 

2. I'm going in the Route menu and save it. The file appears in the folder.

3. Restart the sim/flight in the same location

4. try to re-load the previously saved plan. It says route loaded. but after hitting the "Exec", the flight plan is empty.

What am I missing? 

UKLLEKYT.flp

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I've tried every scenario. Load from index/Pilot route secondary and primary. The same. Tried typing the file name in the fpl screen then clicked on the route LSK.

All I've got is "Route Loaded", then when I click on exec, the plan is empty. No errors but no dep, dest, legs, nothing. All empty.

 

Please help.

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vor 1 hour , Marius Toth sagte:

Load from index/Pilot route

Exact

 

On 17.6.2021 at 13:53, mopperle sagte:

Whenever you load a flighplan it is the secondary flightplan

Like Otto wrote, now the plan is "only" the scecondary.

 

vor 1 hour , Marius Toth sagte:

All I've got is "Route Loaded", then when I click on exec

Route Loaded is the right step, but now dont push EXEC, just push LSK5 (SEC FPLN) and then Activate like Otto wrote

 

Keep in mind the flightplan can only have 8 Character

 

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I've tried exactly the steps above. 

After It says Route Loaded, I clicked on Sec FPLN. But, after this I don't get the "Origin" and Destination :(.

I don't know what else can I do. Any other suggestion? Pretty please :)?

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Hoffie3000,

Many, many thanks. I have been through all the tutorials and docs and have never seen this option. It has allowed me to actually finish my flight when I have to save the game due to time restraints.

Now if I could only figure out how to prevent the stabs and Mach trim, and Yaw damper from being disengaged after the save load it would be even greater.

 

Tom

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