Anomalie Holding

Why show and fly in the FS-X world the Transition CARRL.

The Aicraft when i am setting up a Left Hand Holding a Right Hand Holding ?

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a good test pilot is always in training
Thomas
 
Hello Thomas

Why show and fly in the FS-X world the Transition CARRL.
Because in the past the Approaches had VORDME's with a CARRL Transition. If you look at AIRNAV the VORDME's have been decomissioned and replaced with RNAV approaches. Your airport approaches need to be brought up to date.

The Aicraft when i am setting up a Left Hand Holding a Right Hand Holding ?
Left Hand / Right Hand means the way the plane turns in the holding pattern not what side the pattern is on the Terminal_waypoint. If you want the pattern on the other side of the T_waypoint change the Course degree.
 
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I found a solution for this problem, i call it an even odd anomalie

1) Inbound 042° Left is on the left side not on the right side in this case. When you turn left. When 043° is set up he made a right turn, and this is the anomalie.

2) This approach is the HIGH TACAN RWY 14L, 24. JUL 2014

The newest one is below.

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I use the publich informaiton of skyvector and got no information about this that no HIGH Tacan exist any more, have you a NOTAM about this ?

a good test pilot is alway in training
Thomas
 
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Thomas

My mistake. I was not looking at the High TACAN. The one you have is current. The way I read your post you were able to get the hold pattern on the correct side with the even odd anomalie as you called it.
 
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