When you press the ”’F6” button the flight strip is displayed here. The flight strip display is very similar to ASRC.
- In the first column you can see:
- aircraft information – based on the flight plan data
- flight plan (A350) and current ground speed (G345)
- The second column:
- flight plan type – I stands for IFR while V for VFR plans
- departure and destination airport – you can see extended information about the airports in the bottom line
- alternate airport
- The third column:
- cleared altitude/flight level
- The fourth column:
- final cruising altitude/level
- The fifth column:
- route – the first two lines contain the flight plan route section
- remark – the flight plan remark section
- The flight strip annotations columns:
In these three columns you can see the flight strip annotations. For the annotation EuroScope uses the same 3×3 block layout that was invented in VRC. To edit any of the annotations simply click to the place and edit the sting in place. When editing an annotation you can use the TAB key to move between the 9 fields. The fight strip can be pushed to the next controller using the
.SS(F1+u) command or by RIGHT click on the strip itself. When you initiate a handoff to the next controller EuroScope automatically pushes the flight strip.
- The last column:
- assigned squawk – the top line contains the assigned squawk (it may be empty if no squawk is assigned by any controller so far)
- actual squawk – in brackets; it is not displayed if the assigned and the current squawk equals
The last line contains some information about the selected aircraft, the origin and the destination.