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  1. Emanuel, Training for what? if you are absolutely new to the network I suggest you begin with the Pilot Resource Center. This will tell you everything you need to know about the network and how to work in it. http://www.vatsim.net/prc/
  2. Hello Michael, I will let the Chief know. Thank you for your interest with VATCAR.
  3. The reason why it does not show the last WP is because of the approach they use, usually is visual, however in order for the FMC to calculate the right path of flight it must have a start point to an end point. You can pick the route and then select an approach course. You always need a WP after a route. Try RT6 to SJU and see what happens. As a suggestion, update your DB with the latest DB, most common errors are due to DB deletions and mistakes. Remember, just because a route is posted 'as is' does not mean is complete.
  4. i just noticed something, what is the last waypoint you enter when you do RTE6 (SKIPS1 SKIPS BR53V RAJAY A555 ZQA A555 GTK A555 HARDE A555 IDAHO RTE6). You should enter SJU at the end.
  5. what is the latest airac you have on it?
  6. So I dont [Mod - Happy Thoughts]ume, have you updated AIRAC's?
  7. RTE2 is not a waypoint is an airway. to use it you will need enter RTE2 on the left soft key of your point and then the destination point. Airways go on the left side of the FMC waypoints go on the right side of the FMC. Now if you are not using an FMC, you will need to type RTE2 point by point. A program that will help you build plans and export them to FSX is FSBuild. It cost money but its worth it. I am not aware of freeware that will do the same. In SJU you will see plans ending in RTE2 or 6 or whatever because planes are vectored in to ILS or the visuals.
  8. Like Ernesto says, is based on the airline not the region. You have better changes of checking what the airlines do.
  9. These are the FIR's from VATCAR and on each link you can find the charts that each FIR has available. http://www.vatcar.org/cms/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=20
  10. Thank you for flying VATCAR, we sincerely appreciate your support!
  11. AMSA (Aerolineas Mundo SA, or AMSA as it usually calls itself, was founded in 1986 out of "Air Mar Freight Systems". This airline began operations in the early 1980s with the two C-46's based in San Juan, PR. Once AMSA founded it moved its base to Santo Domingo and incorporated Constellations as well as two C-46's. ICAO - MUQ
  12. San Juan Cerap is looking for individuals to staff the following positions: Deputy Air Traffic Manager (DATM) - . Reports to the Air Traffic Manager. . Maintains staff roster and privileges. . Performs the functions of the ATM when he/she is absent. Events Coordinator/Public Relations (EC) -. Creates and advertizes local events. . Ensures the availability of preferred routes and charts for any events. . Acts as liason between the CERAP and any virtual airlines. . Notifies CERAP controllers of upcoming events. Webmaster/Technical [Mod - Happy Thoughts]istant (WM) - Develops and
  13. San Juan Cerap is looking for individuals to staff the following positions: Deputy Air Traffic Manager (DATM) - . Reports to the Air Traffic Manager. . Maintains staff roster and privileges. . Performs the functions of the ATM when he/she is absent. Events Coordinator/Public Relations (EC) -. Creates and advertizes local events. . Ensures the availability of preferred routes and charts for any events. . Acts as liason between the CERAP and any virtual airlines. . Notifies CERAP controllers of upcoming events. Webmaster/Technical [Mod - Happy Thoughts]istant (WM) - Develops and
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