Pro Member Trainee
MRGPS Trainee

If you are flying on V123 with intersections ABCDE and FGHI on the route for example. Let us assume you are now tracking outbound from XYZ VOR on 145 which is also part of V123.

Now the Question,
The Navlog will indicate the frequency of the VOR XYZ,but how do you know which radials from which VOR makes the intersection defined above.

Thanks guys

3 Responses

Pro Member Chief Captain
Matthew Shope (mypilot) Chief Captain

Just use a GPS.

Pro Member First Officer
PH First Officer

Thats cheating "Mypilot" 😉 On an airways chart the airway will have the radial on it. Not sure on FS how to find out other thanputting a protractor on the facility in the flight planner menu!

Pro Member Chief Captain
Matthew Shope (mypilot) Chief Captain

Good point. My flight instructor gives me old charts and I use those with the flight simualtor quite often. It is fun not using a GPS sometimes, though.

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