Hello to everybody!
I've got a small problem which i don't seem to get a proper solution for, and believe me i searched on every flightsim forum possible to try to get a solution, and nothing seems to come up.
I'm pretty sure the solution is so simple, that it's breaking my head for days...
(The most frustrating part is that i dont get this in any other airport, JUST LEBB! Before i didnt had this case, i've been flying in and out of LEBB for quite a few times. To answer your hidden question: Yes, i know how to land with ILS...)
Here we go: As i approach LEBB, i get ILS RWY 30 Approach from ATC. (4.400 is the ILS intercept altitude for this airport.) I hear the morse code from the ILS, (Frequency is 110.30) as it's activated in NAV1 on my radio.
Then it comes, the 'pink diamond' on the right 'comes down' slowly, (approach speed as normal 148-152 knots, Flaps 30 - Boeing 737-800) reaches the center, but doesn't turn off my ALT-knob!! Then the 'pink diamond' falls all the way down, and ILS approach is screwed up. So in the end the ILS RWY 30 Approach changes into a Visual Approach.
My Question now is: How to fix this? What goes wrong? Why ILS RWY30 doesn't turn off my ALT-knob so i can do a normal ILS approach as in for ex. LEBL, LEVC, LECO, LEST or any other airport in the world?
For all of you professional i leave you down here my AFCAD behind, which i changed just a little to add an ILS Approach to RWY 10, which offcourse in real-life doesn't exist because of the mountains around LEBB airport. (The problem existed though before i added this ILS Approach)
Here is the official AFCAD (+ ILS RWY 10) from Tropicalsim (zipped)
I'm completely desperate, because, as i said, it might be such a easy solution, but maybe i'm not able to see it.
("Can't see the trees because there's a forest in front", we would say in Holland...)
Anyone who could provide me with a solution or better, send me back the AFCAD and kick my "rear end" for having missed out something important, is welcome. (Be gentle and respectfull, though...)
Big shouts out to everyone on this forum, you guys are the ones that make the troubleshooting part of the flightsimming a headache less, and together we're more worth: All for one, One for All!
Thanks in advance, Keep up the Good Work,