cosync
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Ndb And Vor Fequencies On 20002

Mon Dec 31, 2001 3:30 pm

where can i find all the ndb frequencies and vors. when i had fs 98 it had an airport facility directory.
i cant find it in fs 2002!!!11111
 
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United_fan
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RE: Ndb And Vor Fequencies On 20002

Tue Jan 01, 2002 4:05 am

You can find them in the map,the one you click on the panel.Then move the arrow to move the map to the airport you want,then click it and write down the vro,altitude,etc. Or you can click 'go to airort' in the upper menu and type in the 4-letter code.
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jwenting
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RE: Ndb And Vor Fequencies On 20002

Tue Jan 01, 2002 5:53 am

Or get real aviation charts. You'll find that most navaids are there, and use the real frequencies (and ranges too).
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cosync
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RE: Ndb And Vor Fequencies On 20002

Tue Jan 01, 2002 1:08 pm

i think u r all getting dumb and have no idea what a VOR is
its a frequency not an airport!!!!!!!!!!
i need to know where the airport facility directory is or a place where i can get charts for free.
i thuink not enough ppl are using VORs and are just using stupid GPS and have no idea how to navigate using VORs and NDBs
 
jcxp15
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RE: Ndb And Vor Fequencies On 20002

Tue Jan 01, 2002 1:18 pm

You can get ILS charts, as well as approach plates at http://edj.net/cgi-bin/echoplate.pl?

That's where I get my ILS charts (which gives me the LOC and or airport VOR freq).

My understanding is that you're looking for en-route VOR freq (not necessarily an airport). I don't know how to find free charts with those, or just the freq.

You know what cosync, I agree with you completely. I am beginning to believe that most people here are using the GPS navigation, rather than tuning the radios. Look at my post about the NAV button in FS2002, and you will see how against the GPS nav I am. It's like cheating. No one has responded to my post yet, but 3 people have already responded to your post. Kinda leads me to believe that they don't know what I'm talking about.

BTW - Do you get the autopilot trying to autocorrect using the NAV autopilot, to try to get on the proper course? Well, just read my post, maybe you can help me. What I do, is just create a flight plan, and pick my waypoints (VOR/NDB's) and then copy down the freqs in the Navigation log.

Hope someone can help you out!
 
cosync
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RE: Ndb And Vor Fequencies On 20002

Tue Jan 01, 2002 2:34 pm

i did reply man check it out.

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