When I create a flight plan for X-Plane, Navigraph creates a .fms file extension which X-plane does not recognise as it only recognises SIT, FDR and REP file extensions. Is this correct, or have I missed something here?
I just created a flight in Charts Desktop, saved it as an X-Plane .fms file and open it without problem in default 737-800. So the fms format is fine. Maybe try this yourself?
Let us know how you get on.
Thanks Ian. I gave it a try, no luck. I reloaded X-Plane thinking there was a bug. No change. I better look at where the fms is saved. It’s saved in X-Plane - output - situations. That’s where the problem resides, should it be saved in another file?
Where you save it to, and read from shouldn’t be an issue, as long as they are the same
I use …X-Plane 11\Output\FMS plans for consistency.
If you do exactly as I mentioned above for that aircraft for a new airport pair what happens?
You use CO ROUTE in the 737-800 RTE page
Thank you, I’ve now worked it out. I was looking in the wrong file.