- Fri Sep 23, 2016 12:28 pm
Take a peek at your data in [Runway] section for 2NC5. Is there any? There should not be. If there is, the headings should be 000 000 to indicate that there is no ILS approach. But honestly a heliport doesn't have runways so it shouldn't even be in the [Runway] section of your file....
If that doesn't help, please paste in your 2NC5 [Runway] data in your reply (and thanks for not shooting me
). By seeing 2NC5 in the box, it tells me someone put 2NC5 in your [Runway] section of your sector file. If I'm wrong, I'm gonna learn something!
In terms of 18C being off, does it end on the runway (or darn near close), or does it end off the runway too. I'm trying to figure out if the final approach course (184/004) is not aligned with the centerline (previously reported unresolved issue) in which case you'll need to change the course, or if the runway end (I published RW) is off from your sector file, in which case you'll need to determine the coordinates of the runway end in your sector file and use those.
On the elevation issue, when you join the aircraft to the localizer (before you attempt to join GS), can you confirm it's joining KCLT and not 2NC5? If 2NC5, I'll again suggest removing that airport from your [Runway] section.