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Author:  Grzegorz [ Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:55 pm ]
Post subject:  request for help in creating the departure procedure for KJFK

request for help in creating the procedure

I have a request for help in creating a departure procedure for the KJFK airport.
Flying on EPWA I use the GREY THREE procedure, which is described: Via RADAR vectors to GREKI direct JUDDS, direct MARTN

I am asking for advice on how to set the above procedure in randomizer?

Thank you for your help

Best regards
Grzegorz

Author:  RALF9636 [ Fri Oct 26, 2018 7:09 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: request for help in creating the departure procedure for KJFK

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request for help in creating the procedure

I have a request for help in creating a departure procedure for the KJFK airport.
Flying on EPWA I use the GREY THREE procedure, which is described: Via RADAR vectors to GREKI direct JUDDS, direct MARTN

I am asking for advice on how to set the above procedure in randomizer?

Thank you for your help

Best regards
Grzegorz
If you want to be vectored to GREKI, you have to set GREKI as your first waypoint in the flightplan loaded into PF3 and then uncheck the SID option. So there is nothing much to do for the Randomizer in that scenario.

Nevertheless a simple randomization of your departure could look like this:

Quote:
[KJFK]

ICAO=KJFK
Probability=30

profile Standard then Direct=SA$f(050,150)XE
profile Direct with Speed Restriction=XEK$k(200,240)A$f(050,150)

This will give a 70 % chance that you will be vectored to GREKI.
The remaining 30 % will give you either:
- standard to altitude ... then direct. That means you perform the inital turn like in the charts, then continue that heading until you reach the given altitude and then turn direct GREKI
or
- direct, maintain speed ... to altitude ... That means that you can go direct GREKI immediately after the initial turn, but with a speed restriction.

Author:  Grzegorz [ Sat Oct 27, 2018 12:39 am ]
Post subject:  Re: request for help in creating the departure procedure for KJFK

Many thanks!

Author:  Kalorien [ Thu Nov 01, 2018 1:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: request for help in creating the departure procedure for KJFK

Ohh. I´ve never seen the randomizer :lol:
I think, I´ll have a look and test it out. Looks interesting to me :)

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