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Practice test guess

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French created the topic: Practice test guess

Hi guys. Found a question in one of the practice test that says, while traveling from Adelaide to Mt Gambier on W519 and just after passing SWELL, icing is encountered.

I couldn't find SWELL anywhere on the ERC, so just took a guess from two different LSALT options on W519, but picked the wrong one.

Have the map makers removed SWELL?

Cheers
Matthew
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Stuart Tait replied the topic: Practice test guess

Matthew

I don't have a current ERC at the moment I'll have to track one down.
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bobtait replied the topic: Practice test guess

The waypoint that used to be called Swell is now called BUVGA.

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bobtait replied the topic: Practice test guess

The name of the waypoint has been changed. It is now called BUVGA. Ive changed the question text to reflect that. Thanks for your feedback.

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French replied the topic: Practice test guess

Thanks Bob. Must be a never ending catchup game.
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bobtait replied the topic: Practice test guess

Not for the faint hearted mate!!
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