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Discrepancy with ICAO PAKI

Posted on September 29, 2013 21:47 by LuisAlicea

The database does not recognize the ICAO PAKI but has the airport listed in Kipnuk, Alaska as PIIK. The FAA identifier for this airport is IIK which may be why the discrepancy. When creating a route and I place PAKI it automatically adds PANA - Napakiak, Alaska to my route.

Posted on September 30, 2013 08:56 by skyfox

I'm afraid you're right, the default 1006 database does not seem to contain PAKI. This is an old database from Navigraph but it is the one we are allowed to distribute for free.

So the solutions are:

1) Upgrade to a newer Navigraph data cycle which does contain PAKI as I've just checked. You'll have to purchase a cycle from them though.


2) Use/download the free X-Plane database which also contains PAKI. The only drawback with this one is that it does not contain procedures.

You can also select between them online under Navigation Data.

Sorry about it.

safe flights,
joao @ airtrack

Posted on October 1, 2013 16:03 by LuisAlicea

I already have a subscription and all my devices are up-to-date. What I'm saying is that we can't use your website to create flight plans to upload on our devices unless we know what ICAO you're using. In my example, I already used an external program to create the flight, it's when I create it in this website (where I have to select dep/arr) the discrepancy appears.

Posted on October 1, 2013 16:13 by skyfox

Then it should be easy:

1) Go to:

and select your latest cycle from yours.

2) Go to:

and create your flight plan. PAKI will be correctly decoded then.

Actually I just did 1) for you so you can go straight to creating a route and PAKI should be decoded correctly.

let me know if you have any problems,

Posted on October 1, 2013 20:25 by LuisAlicea

Thanks greatly, that worked for me

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