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  1. Hello Pierre-Yves, I also had a elevation problem at EGHA but is now solved. Please put in the searchbox: "EGHA big pit under apron". There is a topic from march 14 2019 with a solution or look for: "Elevation isssues at EGHA". Best regards, Bert
  2. Hello Nick, Please can you explaine how to ad the entry for SkyForce to the exe.xml . Thanks in advance Bert
  3. Hi Francois, Very nice. Thank you for the list. And your website is also nice, Best regards, Bert
  4. Hello Swordfish, In the P3D V4 topics there was a question from LeoV about the frequenty of EHVB (Valkenburg Navy) and EHRD (Rotterdam-The Hague airport). He thought he made a flight from EHAM to EHRD but came out on the runway at EHVB. Below you can find what I wrote in that topic: I made a flight from runway 24 EHAM to runway 24 EHVB (Valkenburg Navy) and then set the heading for a landing on runway 24 EHRD (Rotterdam airport). On runway 24 EHAM I set NAV 1: frequenty 110.9 and 239 (heading 24 EHVB). After take off when the ILS came alive I made a nice ILS approach and landing on runway 24 from …....……EHVB . After take off from EHVB turned to RR NDB (404.5) for a ILS approach and landing on runway 24 EHRD. I set in NAV 1 : frequentie 108.3 and 239 (heading 24 EHRD). I intercept the ILS 24 Rotterdam and there I was on the runway EHRD. So: The frequenty in the sim are not the same as you can find in the AIS-Netherlands or on the Jeppesen charts in your EHRD.pdf download. In the real world the frequenty for ILS runway 24 EHRD is: 110.9. In FSX and P3D the frequenty is: EHVB (Valkenburg closed in 2006) still : 110.9 and for EHRD : 108.3 . (I have a Jeppesen chart from oct 4 1996 and there the frequenty for ILS 24 EHRD is.....108.3) After closing Valkenburg in 2006 they changed the 110.9 from Valkenburg to Rotterdam. When you set in your NAV1: 108.3 and after take off from EHAM you fly to RR NDB (404.5) you can made a ILS approach on runway 24 EHRD. and can enjoy the scenery. Regards, Bert
  5. Hi, For my respose see topic: " No PAPI lights at EHRD caused by TrueEarthNL " Regards, Bert
  6. Hi Leo, I made a flight from runway 24 EHAM to runway 24 EHVB (Valkenburg Navy) and then set the heading for a landing on runway 24 EHRD (Rotterdam airport). On runway 24 EHAM I set NAV 1: frequentie 110.9 and 239 (heading 24 EHVB). After take off when the ILS came alive I made a nice ILS approach and landing on runway 24 from …....……EHVB . After take off from EHVB turned to RR NDB (404.5) for a ILS approach and landing on runway 24 EHRD. I set in NAV 1 : frequentie 108.3 and 239 (heading 24 EHRD). I intercept the ILS 24 Rotterdam and there I was on the runway EHRD. So: The frequenties in the sim are not the same as you can find in the AIS-Netherlands or on the Jeppesen charts in your EHRD.pdf download. In the real world the frequentie for ILS runway 24 EHRD is: 110.9. In FSX and P3D the frequenties are: EHVB (Valkenburg closed in 2006) still : 110.9 and for EHRD : 108.3 . (I have a Jeppesen chart from oct 4 1996 and there the frequntie for ILS 24 EHRD is.....108.3) After closing Valkenburg in 2006 they changed the 110.9 from Valkenburg to Rotterdam. When you set in your NAV1: 108.3 and after take off from EHAM you fly to RR NDB (404.5) you can made a ILS approach on runway 24 EHRD. and can enjoy the scenery. Groeten Bert
  7. Hallo Leo, This is not EHRD on your screenshot but EHVB Valkenburg Navy, closed in 2006 Bert
  8. Hallo Leo, The airport on your screenshot is not EHRD but Valkenburg Navy: EHVB. (the airport was closed in 2006) Regards Bert
  9. Hi Phil, Try this: in FTX Central go to "settings" and untick the "check for available disk space". (in "General" and in "Temp download location" the second line) Try downloading again through FTX Central. Cheers Bert
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