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    Posted: 31 Mar 2012 at 9:40pm
Hi

Is there any way of getting North Atlantic tracks added into the FS 2004 internal flight planner, as I use Radar Contact 4 but like the ease of use of the FS planner.

I know they change everyday, I just want a set that fly from the UK (my base in AH) to the east coast of the USA

Many thanks
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You'd be better asking in General Disc, as more people will see it than in the AH forum.
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See this how-to for adding Intersections to FS.  Using that method it should be possible to add the necessary intersections to FS and then they should be available on the map.  As you probably know, when you're creating and editing an FS flight plan you can drag and drop the course line on a waypoint to add it to the plan.  Once you've done that for a set of NATS routes and saved the plans you can load and re-use them easily any time you want to.

http://mutleyshangar.com/features/jda/wp.htm

 

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