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ILS on same frequency - one runway


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Now, take note that this is a passed on question, from the guy doing the ground for some scenery.

He cannot seem to get an ILS on the same frequency for one runway to work in FS2004. Is this a known issue? I noticed that OSS had to offset two different frequencies for the London City scenery.

Both runways also have a glideslope.

Any comments?
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Do you mean both ends of the runway uses the same ILS frequency. If so, it must be possible in FS2004, Teesside (Durham Tees Valley) Airport uses 108.50 for both ends. And it works in my scenery. :)
Yes its a full ILS/DME with glide slope, I am using Afcad,dont know if your using another program, but it should work in Afcad.
Thanks Stevo.

I believe that this is a scenegenx issue. Apparently, it is just a manual edit.