• Or like this:

    (FPL-QFA0012-IS -A388/J-SADE2E3FGHIJ3J4J5M1RWXY/LB1D1 -KLAX0530 -N0489F300 TRTON2 FICKY DCT 30N125W 28N130W/N0498F320 25N135W 22N140W 17N145W 12N150W/N0501F340 06N155W 01N160W 04S165W 09S170W/N0493F360 DCT KETUS DCT 17S180E 21S175E 25S170E/N0483F380 29S163E DCT LHI UH258 RIKNI N774 MARLN MARLN5 -YSSY1450 YSCB -PBN/A1B1C1D1L1O1S2 DOF/231221 REG/VHOQG EET/KZLA0038 KZAK0040 30N125W0107 28N130W0144 25N135W0226 22N140W0313 17N145W0411 12N150W0510 06N155W0611 01N160W0704 04S165W0757 NZZO0808 09S170W0851 NFFF0934 17S180E1027 21S175E1116 25S170E1205 YBBB1304 YMMM1446 SEL/DLJP OPR/QFA PER/D RALT/KVBG PHKO NCRG YBBN RMK/TCAS)

    Kind regards and safe flying.

    -Thekingbuji333

  • Hey!

    No, FMC cannot automatically enter all route parameters; you can enter them manually. but in the main menu in the navigation section you can completely plot your route and it will already be loaded into FMC.

    I will just continue doing my flights leg-by-leg. Will speed and altitude constraints be accurate if I manually enter STARS that don't exist in Aerofly's database?

    Kind regards and safe flying.

    -Thekingbuji333


  • If you enter manually STARS in FMC that don't exist in Aerofly's database you can always change the speed and altitude to the one you need.

    But in the AeroFly database there is almost all the SID and STARS that exists today. Perhaps you are using old maps, so these routes are not in the database.


  • I also wanted to note that in this Aerofly database. SID and STAR sometimes have a different ending that is different from the endings that are on real charts so maybe that's why you don't find some charts but they just exist with a different ending.


  • I also wanted to note that in this Aerofly database. SID and STAR sometimes have a different ending that is different from the endings that are on real charts so maybe that's why you don't find some charts but they just exist with a different ending.

    Yeah always take the point that is the closest to the one suggested by simbrief. We need airwaaaaaays tho.


  • If you enter manually STARS in FMC that don't exist in Aerofly's database you can always change the speed and altitude to the one you need.

    But in the AeroFly database there is almost all the SID and STARS that exists today. Perhaps you are using old maps, so these routes are not in the database.

    You can change specific waypoint speed and altitude in the FMS? I estimate the nav database is from 2018.

    Kind regards and safe flying.

    -Thekingbuji333

  • I estimate the nav database is from 2018

    For me, in Europe it is around AIRAC1301. 2013 January works quite better.

    Online Flight Planner - ONLY FOR FLIGHT SIMULATION with AIRAC1301 finds the same waypoints than in Aerofly and starts and ends route at existing SID and STAR in Aerofly.

    In Japan it works too for route, but not for SID and STAR. SID and STAR come from a more modern AIRAC like 2101. In Japan, 2101 matches SID and STAR (not at all) but fails to get the same waypoint than in Aerofly.

    An integrated route finder using the internal database would be the best way to match the Aerofly world. Or, Aerofly database has to closely match a specific AIRAC all around the world.

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    Edited 4 times, last by FrankLFRS (January 12, 2024 at 9:16 AM).