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PostPosted: Wed Jun 02, 2021 10:16 pm 
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Ok, so doing my normal AM flight with the CRJ in MSFS (which is awesome if you haven't tried it). I'm flying from Mammoth Lakes (KMMH), CA, USA to San Louis County (KSBP), CA, USA. Short flight...about an hour...which is perfect for my morning flight time.

I do the SID out of KMMH and get the expected step downs to the final waypoint prior to KSBP. Now this final point was about 50 miles away from the airfield...so plenty of distance for proper vectoring. And when I expected a turn west to the airfield I got vectored to the east!?! I let it run for about 5 minutes heading further and further to the east and away from the landing field. Vectors going from 100-110-105-100...etc...so I was getting vectors. But they appear to have been about 180 degrees off what they should have been. Anyway - I just requested own navigation to final and was cleared to final for RW 29...which isn't what I wanted due to low clouds in the area (ILS is RW 11) Interestingly I never got an "expect runway XX" either...so when I tried to request a new runway it said I had been assigned a runway yet so unable. I did it anyways but never got the automatic transition to tower (which was fine...I landed anyways).

Just figured I'd include the log so you could have a gander and see if I screwed something up...or if ATC just was smoking some good California skunk weed during vectors.

Cheers and fly safe.
mike


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2021 12:13 pm 
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A strange set of circumstances highlighted an unusual bug... so thanks for reporting and I'll try and get a new release out later today or tomorrow

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