I hope somebody will end my frustration today!
Pick up a cessna and plan a flight on FS9, you get the NAV log with way points and intersections (i.e IFR).
I understand that waypoints and intersections are points where radials from two VOR's meet. Now FS9 just tells you a name of the intersection with no details of which VOR's creates them.
How can you then know when you have reached the point. I understand waypoints can also be defined by a Distance from a VOR on a defined radial but the VOR frequencies are not given.
Without GPS, how can I fly these plans?
Does Micro soft expect us to find it out from else where of what.
Guest - London
You need charts for the area of flight.
The charts with the VOR frequencies, airways etc are usually called "en route charts". There are a few sites where you can find good ones, one that springs to mind is: