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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From that point you would be flying on ATC vectors further east and south onto the localizer.

However, obviously I think it makes the most sense to be able to fly it manually, though it would help to be able to let FS Nav take me through it all once to get the idea. Today’s date is August 19, so is the current edition. Thanks, Rick and Ed – appreciate the feedback! I’m not blaming any individual developer for this problem, by the way – Seattle has always been a problem area for me in FSX.

Regardless of what scenery you use, I would suggest that you turn autogen and AI traffic down to a minimum when near Seattle. Your efforts are much appreciated, Ray! I’ve included a few of these, but do note that these direct links will become invalid when the current cycle expires.


First there was the River 6 departure. By Rich Heimlich – Fri Jun 16, 6: To understand why this happens, look at the STAR diagram again: Huge thanks to Tom for this thread. Well done for persevering with it! Owen Catherwood Posts: At this point you should have: Again, thanks for all the help. Thu Dec 02, 4: Turn the experience into a positive.

There are two issues that we need to deal with. Tonight I was on and had my FS9-generated route replaced by the controller with the following: If you cannot find this page by following my instructions, this is a direct link.

Flight plan advice – SIDs and STARs : Xplane

Try as I might I’ve yet to be able to get that working right. Notice that the first one in the list on my screenshot is an Alaska Airlines flight using a Boeing Follow that link and look in the kksea column, below the list of states where you should find a link to ” recently used IFR routes “.

About freakin’ time, Ray Another good source of US charts is skyvector. You fly the R outbound and expect vectors from Keea to your final course.

I departed from 10L. By Rich Heimlich – Sat Jun 17, 2: Wed Apr 20, Complete the rest of the preflight and enjoy flying the route. Ksfa could find no reference to it and FS Navigator kseq up empty as well. Exactly where ATC will begin vectoring you depends on how much traffic there is going into your destination airport, as well as other factors.


I’m not real good yet with following radials so any input there would be appreciated I fly mainly the PSS Dash8, not the jets.

Can’t begin to tell you how your tutorials have helped me. By Rich Heimlich – Fri Jun 16, 5: Ruth McTighe Posts: Geez, I can’t keep us sis you. They really are fantastic resources.

KSEA – Seattle Tacoma Intl Airport

If this happens to you, you isea find the same charts on the myairplane. What I did barely constituted a turn in my book. Posted August 21, Excellent tutorial as ever Tom! It would have been helpful to keep all these things a bit separated.

KSEA | Seattle ARTCC

Posted August 22, On departure we get asked about flying a SID if one isn’t submitted in the flightplan. If kssea enter you route, you have very simple access to enroute charts for your flights.

Follow the link titled ” digital – Terminal Procedures ” to open the current terminal procedures. Next press RTE to see the routing: