Recently when I played Aerofly I found a problem: Are glide slopes in AF2 the same as in reality or they are all identical?
In the past I ususally flew 3000ft at the last waypoint to capture the glide slope. Because for most airports and runways that's the altitude of the start of the slope. However, yesterday I had a flight whose destination was Laguardia Intl. As I turned on the auto approach when ILS identified, the plane descend sharply to around 2500ft first and finally maintain virtical speed at around -800.
Therefore, technically, need we check the real approach data before a flight to fly more accurately? And if we do check the navigation chart of real world airports. Will it works in Aerofly?