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Approach creation

How do we create an IGS or offset Localizer approach ? The conventional ILS creation is "straight forward" but I've not been able to determine how to put a "hitch" in it.
Thank you,
Ken
 

tgibson

Resource contributor
You drag the green arrows to their proper location. Do you mean something more difficult than that?
 
Hi Tom,
Thank you for responding.
I have not tried it yet but I think I've figured it out. At first I hadn't noticed that a heading can be assigned to the localizer, which I assume could differ from the
heading of the Rwy centerline. If true this may allow for creation of LDA / IGS.
Please correct me if I'm wrong on this.
I'll follow up after I've tried it.
Regards,
Ken
 
Ken,
do you have the charts for this airport?
If i'm stuck especially with approaches (often) i normally find an airport that i can take a look at to see how to add it,
in FSX, KJFK rwy22R has an offset localizer as does KBOS rwy15R, the headings there are around 2 degrees out from the runway heading
so i wonder it the chart will show this..................
 
Many thanks for the very helpful info and encouragement. My two favorites are Kai Tak and Juneau. But I was mostly interested in how to
properly create them with ADE.
Best to all,
Ken
 

scruffyduck

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FSDevConf team
Resource contributor
ADE will also show details of stock approaches if you load a stock airport
 
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