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Is there a database from which I can retrieve the Expected Crossing Altitudes of a Departure or Arrival Procedure?

I am stuyding FAA's Coded Instrument Flight Procedures (CIFP) file which uses ARINC 424 digital format to code its data. I noticed that only mandatory crossing altitudes and speeds are included in the ...
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What is the operational advantage of starting an RNAV SID with a VI-CF leg combination?

I am examining Standard Instrument Flight Procedures, mainly from FAA's charts and Coded Instrument Flight Procedures ARINC-424 file (CIFP). I am keen in understanding the operational advantages or ...
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Has Jeppesen stopped providing ARINC424 data?

As far as I am aware of, Jeppesen appears to be the main distributor of navigational data (Airports, SIDs, STARs, IAPs etc.) coded in ARINC424 format. However, I can not find on its site any product ...
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Are rhumb lines ever used as leg paths for RNP/RNAV?

Are rhumb lines ever used by an FMS as leg paths for RNP/RNAV? If so, what arinc 424 leg type would use them?
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Is there an Instrument Flight Procedures database in digital format such as ARINC 424 for Germany?

I am aware that Eurocontrol has an online repository for charts related to Europe's Instrument Flight Procedures. However, I am trying to find these data coded in a digital format such as ARINC 424 or ...
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Is airport's magnetic variation value used for terminal procedure design?

I am studying how instrument flight procedures are coded to ARINC-424 format, and since I was curious about the method used to determine the outbound/inbound magnetic courses, I checked the section ...
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Is there a way to code Minimum Enroute Altitude using ARINC 424 file format?

I am studying ARINC 424 file format, and I have noticed that there is not any reserved space for coding Minimum Enroute Altitude (MEA), as far as Instrument Flight Procedures are concerned. I find ...
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Ambiguous mention of NAVAIDs with duplicate names in FAA's CIFP file (ARINC-424 18 format)

I am studying FAA's Coded Instrument Flight Procedures (CIFP) dataset (link), coded in ARINC-424 18 format, and I noticed that navaids are coded for the purposes of an IFP simulation only by their ...
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How do you encode a radial to radial turn in ARINC-424?

I am building my own ATC simulator and for that purpose I need to include several instrument procedures. I have a problem with that particular one: My problem is on KEA transition, the leg between "...