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Feature request: apply a user-defined color to an airfield.


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Phil Clarke
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Hi all,
We are flying a quite untypical aircraft (i.e. Antonov An-2, 5700 Kg MTOW) and therefore many airfields, especially in Germany and Austria, are "no-go" to use, because limited to a 2500 Kg MTOW. Upon planing, it would be nice to set a user-defined color for these, so that in flight if a divert need would rise, we wouldn't find ourselves in a "oops sorry for that" situation.
Such a feature could be used as well for airfields with huge landing fees, or accepting a specific Fuel Carnet, or whatever.
Cheers.
Phil


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Phil Clarke - 5/14/2019 11:03:53 AM
Hi all,
We are flying a quite untypical aircraft (i.e. Antonov An-2, 5700 Kg MTOW) and therefore many airfields, especially in Germany and Austria, are "no-go" to use, because limited to a 2500 Kg MTOW. Upon planing, it would be nice to set a user-defined color for these, so that in flight if a divert need would rise, we wouldn't find ourselves in a "oops sorry for that" situation.
Such a feature could be used as well for airfields with huge landing fees, or accepting a specific Fuel Carnet, or whatever.
Cheers.
Phil


If it is of any help, you can designate a minimum runway length for the purposes of 'Direct To' in your Aircraft Profile.


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Sky Painter - 5/14/2019 11:12:46 AM

If it is of any help, you can designate a minimum runway length for the purposes of 'Direct To' in your Aircraft Profile.

Hmm ... unfortunately, not at all. We need 300 m for landing, so if this figure is entered as our minimum runway length, anything above will make such airfields appear as "open" which is, once again, not the case because of another limitation that could be highlighted by a user-defined colour. 

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