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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Posted August 20, By Trent Hopkinson – Sat Jun 17, I departed from 10L.

Transition altitude in the US and Canada is standardized at 18,’. I’ve included a few of these, but do note that these direct links will become invalid when the current cycle expires. Should have remembered that one.

KSEA – Seattle Tacoma Intl Airport

Ian Elchitz Posts: To understand why this happens, look at the STAR diagram again: PDF The best way to do this is practice.

I’d like to thank everyone for the help here.

Then off to the FOURT intersection where, upon reaching it, I turned left to just moments ahead of the controller issuing a reminder to come left to That heading will take you to the west of the field allowing ATC to give you a nice turn to final. If you cannot find this page by following my instructions, this is a direct link.


I’m not blaming any individual developer for this problem, by the way – Seattle has always been a problem area for me in FSX. I was going to the NFDC site. Owen Catherwood Posts: Complete the rest of the preflight and enjoy flying the route.

If I did that right, the result was that flying that radial resulted in a VERY slight left turn and I flew close to parallel from the airport off runway 10L. 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.

If this happens to you, you can find the same charts on the myairplane. I could find no reference to it and FS Navigator came up empty as well.

Users browsing this forum: I will come back and make the pdf later today. I may have overlooked it in the OP, but flightaware has quick links to the pdfs at the top of the page when you’ve selected your airport.


Don’t feel badly or make apologies for being a newbie! In the left column, in the blue area at the top, there is a link to ” Pilot Resources “. The arrival therefore gets you at a good altitude and a nice downwind kwea for landing south. The Federal Aviation Administration website has all the charts you need to plan your flight. Yes, a big thank you to Ray as well.

Metars, TAFs and NOTAMs

Wed Apr 20, Let us see if we can work around the issue somehow. By Owen Catherwood – Fri Jun 16, 3: Follow the link titled ” digital – Terminal Procedures ” to open the current terminal procedures. I had no idea that was available. Today’s date is August 19, so is the current edition. By Owen Catherwood – Fri Jun 16, 5:

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