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  1. Good luck Thank you very much:D This was different from what I did, I couldn't understand it. Again, Thanks for your help!
  2. Thank you very much for the link!! That helps! However, I tried to install it, but there are no taxiways appearing and there is no D-Runway.. I can't read the instructions because of Japanese signs, but it seems that there is a step 3 with some AFCAD: 3. Flight Simulator 9/Addon Scenery/Overland/AFCAD2/SceneryƒtƒHƒ‹ƒ_“à‚É‚ ‚é AFCAD2_RJTT.bgl @‚ðØ‚èŽæ‚èAFS‚Å“Ç‚Ýž‚Ü‚ê‚È‚¢êŠ‚ÖˆÚ“®‚µ‚ăoƒbƒNƒAƒbƒv‚Æ‚µ‚Ä•ÛŠÇ‚µ‚Ä‚¨‚¢‚Ä‚­‚¾‚³‚¢B @i’FˆÈ‘OŒöŠJ‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚½DŠŠ‘–˜H•t‚«AFCADƒtƒ@ƒCƒ‹@[email protected]‚ð @Žg—p‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚él‚Í‚±‚ê‚ð휂µ‚Ä‚­‚¾‚³‚¢B I installed the jetways correctly and I can see
  3. Hi, Does anyone know if there is an update for RJTT with the International Terminal added (Simmer's sky/Overland, or any other). There is no available for FS2004 and it would be great if Technobrain or any other developer would convert/make a scenery or an update... Thank you for your reply:D! Thomas
  4. That is true for sure, but I believe there is actually a RNAV as well for the 13LR (i guess you meant those 'canarsie' approachs) besides the ILS for these runways, althoug a straight in approach never occurs. In the case of LGA, there is an ILS for 31, but not a published RNAV (strange?). Still the pilots are flying by LNAV VNAV mode on final so they must have had or a pre programmed IAP/STAR or they could have programmed it themselves by the use of fixes.. still a mystery to me
  5. Yes that would make sense.. though strange that that one is not published on charts!
  6. Why is that? I would think a visual approach just dictates the weather conditions and visibility criteria. Pilots can't (yet?) fly with their eyes, so a "visual" approach says nothing about not utilizing an autopilot to lessen the workload of flying the approach. Similarly, there's nothing that says you are required to use (or even have) an autopilot if cleared for an instrument approach (e.g. an ILS). You are totally right of course, my bad. I just meant that the LGA 31 visual approach does not provide any instrument guidance that you can program in your fmc (there is no rnav option
  7. Hi all! Has been a while since i visited this topic but i gave myself an update;-) i saw the youtube film today where the lnav vnav was used apparently for the visual approach.. how is this even possible? In my fmc with the latest airac there is no option at all to program this in the fmc.. is it just the airline that developed this or do they have something we don't? And furthermore.. why would they use the autopilot for this since it is a visual approach (and not an rnav/gnss/rnp)? I mean, they should do it manually iguess.. What do you guys think? Would they program the approach in th
  8. Thank you both for your reply! I understand that maintaining visual (of course) sight with the runway is the primary guidance for the visual approach, but as we are in flight simulator, keeping an eye out to the left is still hard to do without messing up the V/S at the same time (And the PAPI lights are aligned with the runway so that might be hard to see during this visual approach..). I am wondering why there is no RNAV RNP approach like they did at the River Visual at DCA or at Kathmandu Nepal. That would make things easier for sure But anyway thanks again, now I know how to progr
  9. Hi All! I hope this is the right place to ask but I am stuck with a question.. I tried some difficult Visual Approaches (Expressway Visual KLGA for example) but I am really wondering what might be the correct way of flying this, because of several reasons: -In the FMC, ther is no 'visual RWY31' option -Of course, you must keep an eye on the expressway, but how do you keep your vertical speed managed? At this visual approach it is impossible to see the runway.. I heard a pilot told me to calculate the correct V/S but since there is no option for this visual approach in the FMC, you can no
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