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Aircrafts skipping last point of the STAR


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Rolf,

 

First, please confirm that you have GM405 and GM413 in your sectorfile? Use the .find command for that.

If they are in the correct position then open the FP dialog. There you can see the whole extracted route. Are the missing points there? Can you attach the FP dialog picture.

Gergely.

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You were correct GM405 was missing from the .sct file and when I added it, ES tracked the route through both GM405 and GM413

 

But I'm still having some problems with a couple of the STARs.

 

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None of these STARs end at TOMRA in Euroscope, they end at GM396. I'w checked both the .ese and the .sct and both files have alle the waypoints the STAR require. But TOMRA is missing from the FSNavigator file. I don't know why, its still a valid waypoint as you can see on this chart. Is there any way to manually add TOMRA to the FSNavigator file?

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Rolf,

 

The FSNavigator database is not used for SID/STAR extraction. It is used only when an airway name is used in the FP or when two points are to be connected. When the first point of a STAR is found then all remaining points are used from the ESE file if the coordinates are found in the SCT.

Gergely.

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