I’m a member of the beta test team for the Aerosoft CRJ Pro for both P3D and MSFS. In response to some customer issues reported on our forum, I did some research and found that some European ILS approaches with multiple transitions based off of a single VOR or waypoint are not being correctly distinguished on the DEP/ARR page of the FMS when using the Navigraph database.
Two examples - ELLX ILS 06 has three transitions based off of the DIK VOR - the one to be used depends on the aircraft’s weight category. In the default AIRAC supplied by Aerosoft NavDataPro (based on Lufthansa LIDO master files) , these transitions are each labeled with a unique identifier - specifically DIK. DIK 2D and DIK 2Q, and any one of these can be individually selected.
With the Navigraph AIRAC active, the three transitions are all labelled “DIK” - there is no way to distinguish which is which, and selecting any one of them, selects ALL of them, and appends all three versions of the approach in the FMS, one after another.
A similar situation exists at LSZH, with the ILS34 approach. There are two unique transitions based off of GIPOL and two off of RILAX. With Navigraph, they are both labeled as GIPOL (2 each) and RILAX (2 each), where as in the default Aerosoft database they are distinguished as “GIP” and “GIP34” and “RILAX” and “RIL34”