Jinnah International: OPKC Karachi progress

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Thats Right Sarmad i am also facing the same problem from long time now?
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Yes, i am aware of the problem. Will release a patch right after I am done with my holidays but it's also due to the fact that the stock ILS can't be deleted, it's a problem in FS2004 engine so we can't create our own modified ILS. I corrected the directions in the AFCAD of both the runways but it doesn't affect the approach, I will try again until I finally get it working right.

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msarmadk wrote:Yes, i am aware of the problem. Will release a patch right after I am done with my holidays but it's also due to the fact that the stock ILS can't be deleted, it's a problem in FS2004 engine so we can't create our own modified ILS. I corrected the directions in the AFCAD of both the runways but it doesn't affect the approach, I will try again until I finally get it working right.
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I noticed this also - quick fix is disconnect AP and land manually :)
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imranzul wrote:I noticed this also - quick fix is disconnect AP and land manually :)
This is the same method that I am ussing at the moment. :D
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vpiahr wrote:
imranzul wrote:I noticed this also - quick fix is disconnect AP and land manually :)
This is the same method that I am ussing at the moment. :D
Well, not really...because if you do that like less than 500 feet the aircraft messes up its approach which it aims in the middle of the runway and slow down airspeed by turning to the left. I guess that's the only thing we can do till the patch is released.

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3hs4n1 wrote:
vpiahr wrote:
imranzul wrote:I noticed this also - quick fix is disconnect AP and land manually :)
This is the same method that I am ussing at the moment. :D
Well, not really...because if you do that like less than 500 feet the aircraft messes up its approach which it aims in the middle of the runway and slow down airspeed by turning to the left. I guess that's the only thing we can do till the patch is released.
Well A minor adjustment to the left you should be centred. At 500ft you have a lot of time to correct - I did this at around 100ft due to visibility. - it a minor adjustment to the left not a 90 degree bank

"slow down airspeed by turning to the left" - dont really understand that. Hope fully Mr Khan will release a patch soon
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Added the new approaches, also included a GPS approach for both runways.

Don't use the older ILS for approach, named; OLDil25r and OLDil25l

Hope this works for you.

Download the patch here and replace the existing bgl files if asked: http://www.mediafire.com/file/x8omwomld ... oaches.zip

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Thank you very much Sarmad!