Hi to all, I've created a simple fp from LIPZ to EFHK retrieving winds aloft from ASE. All works fine!
Suppose I fly at FL380. During climb phase to FL380 I have many waypoints with a specific value (suppose 150/20, 176/15, 200/06 and so on) before reaching that FL380, then I have many waypoints during cruise phase at FL380 with a specific value, and then when I descent I have many waypoint with specific value before reaching my destination. So every single wind alofts data is linked with THAT specif altitude of my flightplan, correct?
My question is: can I insert in the FMC those wind aloft predicted data for every specif waypoint both for climb, cruise and descent phase of my flight?
If your FMC allows it, you could do so. However, you would be better served by using the winds presented in the "Briefing\Texual Briefing" section of ASE after entering and processing your flightplan there. A few of caveats: First, note that winds in ASE are presented with True, rather than Magnetic, directions - you will have to correct using the MagVar for each waypoint and Second, do not expect the winds in FS to match exactly with what you saw in your plan in either ASE or FSBuild and Third, note that winds in ASE are for particular altitudes and are interpolated for each waypoint and will not match what you see in FSB.
The important thing to remember is that ASE, not FSBuild, is driving FS. FSBuild uses its own way of interpreting the downloaded Wx and rarely matches what you will see in ASE so that the ASE briefing is more accurate.