COBS Posted September 1, 2018 Share Posted September 1, 2018 I have just Uploaded an instrument here at Flightsim that might be of interest to some . FSX - FSX Utilities FSX Synthetic ILS - For Every Runway At Every Airport [ Download | View ] Name: aila_ils.zip Size: 2,829,541 Date: 08-31-2018 Downloads: 240 FSX Synthetic ILS - For Every Runway At Every Airport in the Flight Simulator database. Also for FS2004 and P3D. AILA - Airborne Instrument Landing Approach System. Instrument enables selection of any of the 24,491 airports that exist in the database, then selection of any runway at that airport, then selection of either runway end. Airports can be selected at any global distance from aircraft. Distance bearing and steering arrow are displayed, the ILS aim point is computed at 6% of relevant runway length and the ILS is full precision with usual ILS deviation bars. Text data includes current, glideslope, height above runway, distance to touchdown aimpoint, offset (circuit width) from runway centerline, full airport name and details, enables precise rectangular standard circuits to be flown, also enables an intercept position to be set at any desired distance prior to ILS aimpoint to easily align aircraft with the runway. Also includes mark position capture of any location on earth and generation of a synthetic runway, i.e., a paddock, a beach, a river, lake, sea, hardened rooftop or bridge, and subsequent ILS approach at that location. The default ILS glideslope is the usual 3.00 degrees but any angle can be set. Can be used in any aircraft, helicopter, cropduster, float plane, or fire fighting aircraft. 16 page notes PDF, an Airports ICAO PDF, and several descriptive screenshots. By Karol Chlebowski. Its a Pop Up window instrument , I created in a military fast jet ( F-111 ) , but it can be used in any air vehicle , including helicopters , or even an ultralight . Some time ago someone opened a thread here at Flightsim with the following line ; " I'm new to here. I was wondering if anyone knows of a gauge that could help me line up my designated runway, say from about 10 or so miles out. I fly mainly VFR and I have trouble lining up the runway as I only see it at the last moment. " Well , with the 'Intercept" capability in this instrument you can enter any Distance and it will guide you to a location on the Approach pathway , he quoted 10 miles , but you can input any distance , for example 7.2 nm . Also this instrument can be used at the same time as a Radio NAVAID ILS , and it will help you to find your Approach prior to engaging Approach hold . Cheers Karol Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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