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FSX EditVoicepack ATC Phraseology Mods Set 6. Nine simple changes via EditVoicePack to the default FSX ATC, all to do with flight following, VFR Class B and C airspace transits, and VFR transponder codes. To make things sound slightly more international, the term VFR "flight following" has been changed to "radar information service" (i.e. a generic term which indicates radar-based traffic info in Class G airspace, but no avoidance vectors). When requesting a VFR transit of Class B or C airspace (whether or not you're on flight following), ATC will now mention that they're giving you/upgrading you to a "radar advisory service". In other words, you're now in controlled airspace, so ATC can suggest vectors to avoid traffic if the situation warrants it. Of course, FSX's ATC doesn't actually give vectors for traffic, so we'll have to suspend belief here! ATC will also cancel your radar advisory service when you leave that units Class B or C. Finally, "squawk 1200" is changed to "squawk VFR", for those in the world who don't use 1200 as the VFR code. Install with EditVoicePack 4.0 (EVPX40.ZIP). By David Atkinson.