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    I've never used the in flight failure options in FSX. That said I would like to know if you do use this option and you you have an emergency does ATC handle the situation as an emergency or just the same as every other flight? Thanks

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    There are no "emergency" procedures in the default ATC. Probably the best you can do is request a divert to a closer airport by changing your flight plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightowl56 View Post
    I've never used the in flight failure options in FSX. That said I would like to know if you do use this option and you you have an emergency does ATC handle the situation as an emergency or just the same as every other flight? Thanks
    You’ll have to get an external program like FS Passengers for this.
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    thank you both.

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