General Information. Location: SEATTLE WA USA. ICAO/IATA: KSEA / SEA. Lat/ Long: N47° ‘, W° ‘. Elevation: ft. Airport Use. This SID requires the following climb gradients: Rwy 16L: ATC climb of . Trans level: FL Trans alt: ‘. KSEA/SEA. Apt Elev. ‘. SID. SEATTLE. KSEA/SEA IFR Plates for Seattle-Tacoma Intl Airport – (Seattle, WA).

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KSEA – Seattle Tacoma Intl Airport

To understand why this happens, look at the STAR diagram again: What happens next depends on which direction KLAX is operating in. Posted August 20, Now that you know why this is happening, it is simple to fix: So much better than Youtube videos. Another good source ksa US charts is skyvector. The reiprocal heading is one of the things I’d forgotten. For example, KSEA would be www.


We were all new and had to find our way once. By Rich Heimlich – Sat Jun 17, This donation keeps our doors open and providing you service 24 x 7 x That is a very good thing. A bit further down, under the heading ” Route Analysis Itemized List “, there is additional detail about each flight. As for preferred routes, check Simroutes for the US.


Yes, a big thank you to Ray as isea. Follow that link and look in the middle column, below the list keea states where you should find a link sd ” recently used IFR routes “. This really is a good thing because you are taking the first steps to increasing the realism of flight simulation. We reset this goal every new year for the following year’s goal. Geez, I can’t keep us with you. It’s one of the things Kssa like to eradicate with Squawbox.

If you want to land in the WEST direction, continue with the steps below. It would have been helpful to keep all these things a bit separated. Turn the experience into a positive.

Flight plan advice – SIDs and STARs : Xplane

Trent Hopkinson Posts: PDF The best way to do this is practice. How about a more complicated departure arrival?

If you enter you route, you have very simple access to enroute charts for your flights. With northerly winds from 20 degrees at 10 kts we should plan to use runway 34R for departure.

The bearing is a couple of degrees off – the CDU says degrees from FIM where the approach plate has degrees, but this is close enough for our purposes if you want to be exact, fly this portion of the approach with lsea ND in VOR mode, tracking the degree radial from FIM.


Exactly where ATC will begin vectoring you depends on how much traffic there is going into your destination airport, as well as other factors.

By Owen Catherwood – Fri Jun 16, 5: I hope this helps. R out means heading. The arrival therefore gets you at a good altitude and a nice downwind heading for landing south.

If you cannot find this page by following my instructions, this is a direct link. Begin by opening the airport diagram found on the second page of the KSEA search results. This is what came up when I did the search earlier today: I forget the name This limited FMC took pages to explain itself and that’s more than enough for me.

Hey Ray, where’s the How are we to know this is a STAR or do you just start assuming?

George Marinakis Posts: Here is a direct link to the current chart: Does that sound right? WAKER looks like it is the best bet with the direction of our arrival, so let us use that.

I suspect I won’t make that mistake again.