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Is that the best route for EGNT-EGLL?


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I found the same route as you with autoroute.

But here you go with a good route:

(FPL-XXX-IN
-C525/L-SDFGRWY/S
-EGNT2335
-N0340F230 DCT NATEB P18 GASKO P16 RIBEL/N0351F260 UP16 CROFT DCT NUGRA
-EGLL0051 EGKB
-PBN/B2B3B4D2D3O2O3S2 DOF/130904 REG/XXX
EET/EGTT0003 OPR/XXX)

CFMU valid.

Best regards,

Moritz

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(FPL-TEST-IN
-A320/M-DFGIRSWXE2E3M1Y/L
-EGNT2345
-N0387F230 DCT NATEB UP18 POL P18 LISTO N615 HON
-EGLL0052 EGLF
-PBN/B1C1D1O1S2 NAV/RNVD2E5A2 DOF/130904 REG/DAIPB
EET/EGTT0004 RVR/75 PER/C
-EGLF/0139)

I got this twice, quick route, and advance with weather... Using Navigraph.

Rob

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There's been a few issues posted in this forum regarding PFPX not functioning correctly with Aerosoft navdata, and in the posts I've been following closely, it appears that using Navigraph will fix these issues.

One of those issues was brought to the NavdataPro sub-forum here and no one has answered yet.

I'm not offering any opinions, but 1+1=2 where I come from... Lol

Rob

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For addons like PMDG and Level D, I haven't any problems with Aerosoft Nav.

But there is definitely a difference with how PFPX builds routes. So far, in only my opinion, Navigraph has the advantage.

To Aerosoft's credit, I'm hoping it is just a random odd deal with this cycle and that maybe 1310 will perform better.

Rob

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I used the quick find to plan a route for EGNT to EGLL and this is what was suggested its crazy! :mallet_s:

Cycle 1309 all weather NATs everything is green

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I received exactly this suggestion yesterday and deleted it immediately.

I thought something was wrong with my installation.

Over to Navigraph from now on.

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For routings between Airports in the UK and Ireland (I think it includes Ireland, that may have changed) as well as standard routings out to and back from the NAT Entry and Exit points, it is well worth having this document saved on your Hard Drive... It'll make your Air Traffic Controllers online very happy to see you've managed to use one of the Standard Routes!

http://www.ais.org.uk/public/index.php%3Foption=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=186&Itemid=258.html

Cheers

Smiffy

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