Aide + conseils

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In this article, we will describe some useful tips to be taken into account for when you are flight planning.

  • TIP 1
Before creating a route, we always recommend to:

- Create an Aircraft profile
- Assign it to the current Mission.

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  • TIP 2

- Always check the red bubbles for each module of a flight. They will give you information about the problem.

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  • TIP 3

- Check that your downloaded map is enabled under the Map TAB.

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  • TIP 4

- The Map options to show or hide waypoints, airspaces and other widgets such as NOTAM, METAR and obstacles are managed from the Map TAB.

Tip4 mac.jpg

  • TIP 5

- You can enter the ID of the waypoint you wish to add to the route in the search field.

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  • TIP 6

- You can right-click on the moving map to reach various options.

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  • TIP 7

- When terrain is an obstacle for our route, we can add mid waypoints in the Elevation graph making a click on the problematic area directly in the graph.

Tip7 mac.jpg

  • TIP 8

- You can show or hide airspaces in the Elevation Graph from the Map TAB.

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  • TIP 9

- Units can be configured from the «Preferences» module under under «File» top menu.

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  • TIP 10

- You can enable some useful widgets from the Map TAB.

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  • TIP 11

- The wheel symbol at top of the menus have useful options to check out.


  • TIP 12

- If you do not want to show all the contact frequencies when you print your flight out, you can uncheck them from the waypoint info window.


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