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ATC problem - what do i do when this occurs???

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Hi Guys,

i was fllying today and requested clearence to land. I got this message from ATC, "Airport currently IFR, request denied." Now, why is this?

it was a cloudy day but nothing too extreme and other aircraft were being cleared to land all of the time, but not me and my airbus!!

So frustrating. i have had this before but just ignored it, but i want it sorted. please help!!

Plus FS9 gave me the black screen treatment after a i had just performed a perfect landing with massive flap failure, couldnt record my fsp flight!

What a bad day!!

Micah Evil or Very Mad

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Micah Captain

plus i didnt even log in here properly before i made this post!!!!!!!!

ahhhhhghgggggggrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!

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beerbadger First Officer

harsh, fly a ifr flight plan in all weather thats what i do Smile

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Anonymous wrote:

Hi Guys,

i was fllying today and requested clearence to land. I got this message from ATC, "Airport currently IFR, request denied." Now, why is this?

it was a cloudy day but nothing too extreme and other aircraft were being cleared to land all of the time, but not me and my airbus!!

So frustrating. i have had this before but just ignored it, but i want it sorted. please help!!

Plus FS9 gave me the black screen treatment after a i had just performed a perfect landing with massive flap failure, couldnt record my fsp flight!

What a bad day!!

Micah Evil or Very Mad

You have to search for another close airport which is in VFR or make some cyrcles(if you have enough fuel) and ask again and again for permission with the hope weather change, and airports turn to VFR(it works for me once...but just once)... Wink

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Bindolaf Captain

Actually it's very easy to be in "IFR conditions", nothing extreme is required. Any low altitude cloud cover and/or low visibility and bam! No VFR. If memory serves (correct me here) overcast or broken lower than 1500 ft AGL and/or less than 3nm visibility makes an area IFR only.

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