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    I finshed my first ever custom schedule for eddm I hope yall enjoy it if there is any problems let me know yall can use them in videos no stealing eddm_schedule.txt eddm_terminal.txt
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    On it. Video is up. Massive schedule post, airline file remake, terminal file clean up, along with cargo and loads of GA coming up shortly.
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    Hey, the last couple of weeks I was busy building my first own schedule for Boston. The schedule is completely based on traffic from March 23. 2018! Every flight number should be correct and has been used on that day in reality! It has over 1250 flights in it and has some quite busy hours. Especially the GA traffic got way busier in my schedule. You need to be a good controller to handle the amount of small GA planes taxiing around the airport while you have big jets that want to go all around the world! I have included snippet files as well that start from 6am and go until 22pm. This helps to prevent the no free terminal issues. So if you want to play one of the busy hours (like 3pm) I recommend you to use those ,,snippets". This is my first own schedule and there might be some small problems here and there, just get back to me as soon as you find a mistake in the schedule and I will change it. But enough words, have fun, enjoy and have a good day in the tower hopefully without any crashes ;) Custom KBOS Schedule (Jonas).ods Jonas KBOS Schedule.zip
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    What's up everyone, My name is Joe. Thanks for checking out my custom (REAL) traffic schedules. You can find me at ATControl --- YouTube Home playing this game. I have completed my 7th full day custom-schedule release -- featuring Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (KPHX). This is being offered for FREE to the community. --- If you are using this in your games/videos/posts -- please make reference to ME as the owner **Be sure to check out all my prior custom schedules for KLAX v1.0, KLAS, KLGA, KPHL, KLAX v2.0 & KBOS! (links at the end of this post to all previous schedules) CUSTOM SCHEDULE #7 -- FULL day action from Phoenix (KPHX) >>><<< This custom schedule CAN be played by plugging the entire schedule -- HOWEVER -- I recommend playing the POWER HOURS for maximum flow of traffic at a given start time <<<<>>>> >>>>> Please make sure to copy ALL files in the power hour folder for the starting time you choose. There are numerous updates across the files that all need to be in place for the schedule to work as intended. If you do not have the files at all -OR- need the updated files, you can visit my Dropbox and pick them up. **Please check back for edits to these drop box files. If edits are made, notations will appear below with the date the edit was made and what was changed** ==================================================== EDIT -- 4/2/2018 -- Hot fix cleanup of a mis-marked SWA flight. All base files & Power Hour files are updated. ((current file is 4/2/2018 at 6pm EST)) EDIT -- 4/1/2018 -- Cleaned up a few spots that had a missing placeholder. ==================================================== DROPBOX -- KPHX Custom Traffic Schedule v1.0 *#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*# -- GOAL of the custom schedule is to eliminate huge gaps of no traffic at most times of the day. -- GOAL of using REAL WORLD schedule from a set day with complete flight schedule, correct aircraft types, and gates. *#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*# What's new in PHX v1.0 ??? -- Increased volume >>> 40 more commercial flights added into the schedule including -- --- British Airways new (additional) 747 service to/from LHR (2 flights per day now) --- Air Canada Rouge service to/from PHX to Montreal that began in Feb --- Upcoming CONDOR flights with service to/from Frankfurt starting in May 2018! Control it before it happens in real life! -- 6x increase in GA traffic!!! Only 16 with base files -- -- Custom schedule has 96 GA Flights to increase the volume and your planning -- New GA real life operators added in -- NetJets Europe, Corporate Air, AeroNaves, Cutter Aviation and my favorite Steelman Aviation (callsign "Gold Strike") -- Brand new airlines not included from the base files -- -- Empire Cargo -- Night Cargo -- Condor -- A terminal file rebuild that implements the new airlines to their correct terminal locations -- An overall revamp of the schedule that eliminates massive gaps of no traffic during most hours of the day Reference info for your GA flight operators =========================================== Check the README file for information *#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#* // Proper use of this CUSTOM schedule // 1. ALWAYS make a folder on your computer, in an easy to find location, and COPY all files from both FEELTHERE folder and your source folder (ex. Steam Folder). Schedules are in BOTH places and must be updated in BOTH places for it to work. 2. Once copied, Navigate to the airfields folder of BOTH tower folders. Copy all files from the zip file (except the readME file) into the PHX folder. All set! *#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#* Quick Links to Prior Custom (REAL) Traffic Schedules KLAX #1 - v1.0 KLAS #2 -- v1.0 KPHL #3 -- v1.0 KLGA #4 - v1.0 KLAX #5 - v2.0 KBOS #6 -v1.0 Intro 2018 HAPPY CONTROLLING !!!
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    Hi Dirk, Thanks for reporting this. It's now fixed. Please use Nuget to update to the latest version of the DLL (3.1.3). Paul
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    Yes, it's a small mistake. It will be fixed by the upcoming sp. Thank you, Gabor
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    There's your problem: You're short on RAM... ;-)
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    Hi Paul, Just cannot thank you enough for this insight, i was failing on the math required to get this value. Yes i am new to using your DLL and have watched your video and your examples which have just been a huge help for getting my throttles working with the flight sim. Thanks once again for your help this evening Kind Regards, Padraig
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    I've rewritten the camera and observer manager in STB, and implemented a new AI view that I've wanted for long time. This is the "AI Flyby" view, and it looks great even if I do say so myself. That was one of the best things in AIRound for FSX, and I'm glad to be able to produce a similar feature using Prepar3D observers. Simon
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    Real Color does NOT give you new airlines but new liveries, Real Traffic does... If you own Real Traffic then you need to download and install sp6v6 from the original link.... Grtz Willem Kevin , Real color geeft alleen de mooie kleurtjes , voor de echte namen en vluchtschema's heb je toch echt Real traffic nodig...
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    I Agree EDDM has been out for some time now. Nothing officially on the forum about it being released. Some information of problems etc. but it seems nothing real serious. Just the usual one where aircraft don't stop before entering the runway etc. also the usual RT files out of date. Sometimes I really wonder if ND really research the latest airline calls, operators etc. but to be fair having paid only a couple of dollars for RT some time ago, and no extra for on ongoing updates, I guess it is OK. The biggie is not knowing when something new or changes /SP etc. are released. C'mon Feelthere as others have said over & over again, PLEASE come up with a system of informing us when something changes. After all, when you trawl though the forum there are a core number of supporter out there who have done a lot of work to improve the sim with suggestions/fixes etc. Give us the support of advising of any new changes come out so we can be on top of what is happening. There!! I've said it Kev M
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    A couple more: I changed "Condor" to "Condoor" and it is pronounced correctly. I also changed "Tomson" to "Tui Fly" because Thomsonfly, as listed in the airlines file, ceased operations in 2008 and became Thomson Airways which in turn ceased in 2017 and is now re-branded as Tui Airways. Two hours of EDDM with new airlines and it's a pleasure not hearing the callsign "Southwest" every couple of minutes! ;)
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    Ariel, How do we the users know that we have "all the current and updated versions of the game and the DLCs"? There is no consolidated list, no sticky, no emails, nothing. Add to the mix that your updates and releases are let out stealthily and it means the only way I can ensure that all 23 of my T3D install files are "current and updated" is by blindly trying to download every single one of them on the off chance that one of them has been updated since I last downloaded. Then, of course, I run into the "Password Blocked" hassle with the BMT Micro links which adds to the inefficiency. I have mentioned this several times before on this forum but as the number of T3D versions/airports/RC/RT updates continue to grow PLEASE can we have an easily accessible listing of each and every install file? As a sticky on this forum, as a listing on the website, as a group email I don't mind but we need something that is updated as soon as there is a change. Go on! You know it makes sense. Best, Wayne
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    Here are the new unique liveries from the EDDM RC Addon that are not in any other RC addon. New airlines are listed at the bottom of the post. UAL|UA: {UNITED} United Airlines, United States B763: BOEING 767-300, WIDE BODY JET [EDDM] DLH|LH: {LUFTHANSA} Lufthansa German Airlines, Germany A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A321: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A321, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] BAW|BA: {SPEED BIRD} British Airways, United Kingdom A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] AFR|AF: {AIR FRANCE} Air France, France A318: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A318, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] NAX|DY: {NOR SHUTTLE} Norwegian Air Shuttle, Norway B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] ACA|AC: {AIR CANADA} Air Canada, Canada A333: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A330-300, WIDE BODY JET [EDDM] ANA|NH: {ALL NIPPON} All Nippon Airways, Japan B789: BOEING 789, WIDE BODY JET [EDDM] ELY|LY: {ELAL} El Al Israel Airlines, Israel B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] CCA|CA: {AIR CHINA} Air China, China A333: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A330-300, WIDE BODY JET [EDDM] QTR|QR: {QATARI} Qatar Airways, Qatar A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] THY|TK: {TURK AIR} Turkish Airlines, Turkey A321: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A321, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A332: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A330-200, WIDE BODY JET [EDDM] B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] AFL|SU: {AEROFLOT} Aeroflot Russian Airlines, Russia A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A321: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A321, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] KLM|KL: {KLM} KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Netherlands B737: BOEING 737, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] E190: EMBRAER 190, REGIONAL JET [EDDM] EIN|EI: {SHAMROCK} Aer Lingus, Ireland A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] TAP|TP: {AIR PORTUGAL} TAP Air Portugal, Portugal A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] LOT|LO: {POLLOT} LOT Polish Airlines, Poland E170: EMBRAER 170, REGIONAL JET [EDDM] E190: EMBRAER 190, REGIONAL JET [EDDM] AUI|PS: {UKRAINE INTERNATIONAL} Ukraine International Airlines, Ukraine B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] RAM|AT: {ROYAL AIR MAROC} Royal Air Maroc, Morocco B737: BOEING 737, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] MSR|MS: {EGYPT AIR} Egyptair, Egypt B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] IBE|IB: {IBERIA} Iberia Airlines, Spain A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A321: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A321, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] AUS|OS: {AUSTRIAN} Austrian Airlines, Austria A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] E190: EMBRAER 190, REGIONAL JET [EDDM] AZA|AZ: {ALITALIA} Alitalia, Italy A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] KAC|KU: {KUWAITI} Kuwait Airways, Kuwait A330: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A330, WIDE BODY JET [EDDM] A332: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A330-200, WIDE BODY JET [EDDM] CFG|DE: {CONDOR} Condor Flugdienst, Germany A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] B752: BOEING 757-200, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] <----------- New airlines not in any RC addon and only in EDDM -----------> CLH|CL: {HANSALINE} Lufthansa CityLine, Germany CRJ9: CANADAIR REGIONAL JET 900, REGIONAL JET [EDDM] E190: EMBRAER 190, REGIONAL JET [EDDM] CTN|OU: {CROATIA} Croatia Airlines, Croatia A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] DH8D: DE HAVILLAND DHC8-400 DASH 8Q, TURBOPROP [EDDM] SBI|S7: {SIBERIAN AIRLINES} S7 Airlines", Russia A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A321: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A321, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] TRA|HV: {TRANSAVIA} Transavia Holland, Netherlands B737: BOEING 737, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] AMC|KM: {AIR MALTA} Air Malta, Malta A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] PGT|PC: {SUNTRUCK} Pegasus Airlines, Turkey A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] SDM|FV: {RUSSIA} Rossiya Russian Airlines, Russia A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] THA|TG: {THAI} Thai Airways International, Thailand B747: BOEING 747, WIDE BODY JET [EDDM] SXS|XQ: {SUNEXPRESS} SunExpress, Turkey B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] AEE|A3: {AEGEAN} Aegean Airlines, Greece A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] OMA|WY: {OMAN AIR} Oman Aviation, Oman A330: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A330, WIDE BODY JET [EDDM] EZY|U2: {EASY} EasyJet Airline, United Kingdom A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] TOM|BY: {TOMSON} Thomsonfly, United Kingdom B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] UTA|UT: {UTAIR} UTair Aviation, Russia B735: BOEING 737-500, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] SXD|XG: {SUNRISE} SunExpress Deutschland, German B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] GMI|ST: {GERMANIA} Germania Fluggefellschaft, Germany A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] A321: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A321, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] BTI|BT: {AIRBALTIC} Air Baltic, Latvia B733: BOEING 737-300, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] DH8D: DE HAVILLAND DHC8-400 DASH 8Q, TURBOPROP [EDDM] LGL|LG: {LUXAIR} Luxair, Luxembourg DH8D: DE HAVILLAND DHC8-400 DASH 8Q, TURBOPROP [EDDM] ADR|JP: {ADRIA} Adria Airways, Slovenia A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] CRJ9: CANADAIR REGIONAL JET 900, REGIONAL JET [EDDM] EZS|DS: {TOPSWISS} EasyJet Switzerland, Switzerland A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] OAW|2L: {HELVETIC} Helvetic Airways, Switzerland E190: EMBRAER 190, REGIONAL JET [EDDM] RJA|RJ: {JORDANIAN} Royal Jordanian, Jordan A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] IBK|D8: {NORTRANS} Norwegian Air International, Norway B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] DLA|EN: {DOLOMOTI} Air Dolomiti, Italy E190: EMBRAER 190, REGIONAL JET [EDDM] VLG|VY: {VUELING} Vueling, Spain A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM] ROT|RO: {TAROM} Romanian Air Transport, Romania B737: BOEING 737, NARROW BODY JET [EDDM]
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    I've only dipped in and out of EDDM since I installed it today but some callsigns are weird or wrong. 1. I regularly fly on Air Dolomiti into EDDM (BTW their business class breakfasts are fantastic!) and I do not recognize the callsign as spoken in T3D, so I had a little investigation and the closest I can get to the real pronunciation is by changing the callsign in the eddm_airlines file to DOLLOMEETI. Not perfect but very close. 2. Another callsign that the text-to-speech engine mutates into something horrible is 'Aegean', the closest I can get to the correct sound is "A JEEAN". 3. RT has the callsign for Turkish Airlines as "TURK AIR" but I have changed it to the correct "TURKISH". 4. In the real world Pegasus Airlines flights use the callsign "SUN TURK" but in RT it is "SUNTRUCK" which is highly amusing and possibly quite appropriate :)
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    Sorry for not notifying you about the A321 update. As Gary said, the lights of the A321 have been fixed. Gabor
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    Rick, Its always a good idea to go through the schedules & look for the 'foreign' operators in the schedule. Sometimes they are missing. In my original RT for SFO, QANTAS, Air New Zealand & Fiji Airways were missing. I have installed them into my schedule. Remember in most cases, the schedule published in the RT files are snapshots of a day so there may be flights that do not operate into an airport on that day, or overnight. The may show as arrivals but no departure or v.v. I check through them & and make sure all foreign flights have both an arrival & departure time. Also most of the schedule times are times that the flight operated, not actual published schedule times. e.g. a flight that scheduled to arrive on Monday only at 00:15, but runs early and arrives at 23:45 Sunday night, may not show in the schedule if the schedule captured was a snapshot of Monday. Like you I don't really care if I miss a few DAL's, AAL, VRD's etc. there is plenty of them to work. Sometimes it takes a bit of detective work to find all the odd bod flights that operate into an A/P. It all adds to the fun Kev M
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    Gabor, Looks like a new RT version has come out with the Munich launch from Feel There yesterday? Downloaded this version this morning and in running a JFK session earlier I noticed that the A321 now has the same functioning lights as all other aircraft and the problem is now fixed. Thank you G
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    Okay. Or you could od as real pilots and have a Check List, of course. ;-) I need one with my 737, otherwise there's always something I've forgotten! Pete
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    Awesome, thank you for this Jonas!! Really looking forward to use your schedule.
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    Wow, Joe, just thought I'd add some "food for thought". Leave it to you to be closed-minded and bash constructive discussion. Joe, I am a programmer myself. The schedule is data ... it is not code. It is a programmer's responsibility to logically ensure every situation is taken care of. I personally don't think that is possible given the variety of airports layouts and thousands of scenarios. You mention a lot of theory and even brought up having "no clue" - and then you say it can all be accomplished "with a simple modify of the current code". I'm sure Vic and Gabor would agree that this is laughable. I agree my idea is not custom schedule friendly, but that is irrelevant in my opinion. But then I don't have a YT channel that relies on my custom schedules. Besides, being a programmer, I have automated the current schedule making process - it only takes me a couple of hours and that's just to do some manual tweaking for playability. I would simply modify my existing code if FT decided to go down this route. I'm surprised as a real life programmer you haven't and wouldn't do the same. FYI - my idea is not unique to the aviation sim world ... "straight insanity" already exists. Again, due to my several years of programming experience, I'm just providing out-of-box coding alternatives. I don't care which route FT takes, as long as works. :)
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    Its 15 Ramps so there can be 15 flights parked at one time in that cargo area ^^
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    When I've tried to play PHL at 9am, I only get about 50 total aircraft. I'm assuming this has to do with the "loading 6 hours of traffic" problem? I have verified this by playing the game at 9am normally (only 50 aircraft show up), then I modified the schedule to only include 9am and I get all 80 aircraft. Having to modify airport schedules to actually handle the amount of traffic indicated in the files is cumbersome and time consuming (if you even understand how to). Can you please do something about this? Even something as simple as the number of hours to load (as a command line parameter) would alleviate this problem. There has got to be a better solution than modifying schedules to take advantage of busy times.
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    Hmmm, hints seem to indicate otherwise.
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    Do you have Real Traffic sp6v5? Looking at your log file - the terminal and schedule file you are using is not what was released by Nyerges Design. Also, you are issuing the following command RUNWAY 28R CLEARED TO LAND HOLD SHORT OF TAXIWAY T. This is not telling the plane what exit to take - it is telling them to hold short of this exit. I personally don't use that command because it really has no affect on the plane. If you want a plane to exit at T you need to issue a CLEARED TO LAND command followed by an EXIT AT TAXIWAY T command. KSFO's SP1 should not affect KLAX at all. Do you have Tower!3D Pro version 3.3c?
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    Hello, I am attempting to make a program that reads LVARs from the Aerosoft A320, however there seems to be a problem with reading LVARs in general. Even on the example that I downloaded from the website, it fails to read the LVARs for the default A321. Is this a known issue? George
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    Hi Paul, Thanks for the response - turns out it was my FSUIPC version that was outdated (and doesn't support LVARs apparently). Thanks for the help and happy Easter! George
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    Thank you for your analysis. We´ll take a look at your log and let you know the outcome. Regards, Ariel
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    Hi I have just done a quick test of around 30 mins, and it is exactly the same. All of the short taxiways between 28R & 28L allow crossing of 28L without further clearance, once the aircraft is instructed to go the ramp .......... except L (and the longer diagonal taxiways T & Q) In the log below the aircraft that used these taxiways were :- SKW5712 Lima OK SWA5928 Echo Fail UAL420 Tango OK UAL810 Delta Fail VRD1510 Quebec OK SKW4933 Kilo Fail SKW4664 Romeo Fail The 'fail' means that they crossed 28L when cleared to the ramp. So the 28R exit hold point seems also to be the 28L crossing hold point, hence there appears to be an assumed clearance to cross 28L when told to go to the ramp. Yet taxiway Lima is a short taxiway, and it works correctly. logs.rar
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    The loading stall at 63% is due to the full schedule more than likely. There are a couple of flights with missing commas: CLT, BOS, 321, AA, 1806, 20:15, 12:00 1, AA BOS, LGA, E90, AA, 2147, 12:00, 13:29, 1 AA
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    Awesome, thank you very much Joe. I really like your schedules. :)
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    Tom, Contact BMT Customer Service: cservice@bmtmicro.com They are very helpful. Wayne
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    Thanks. I have lifted the ASA1892 flight from the schedule. VRD will remain. Dropbox is updated. Please re-DL the file. Joe
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    Yes, seems it is okay for most. But I do see the 1/3rd value with 4.1. If it were okay with 4.2 but not 4.1 I'd just check "why" with L-M and merely disable the PDK use before 4.2. But it seems it is more complicated than that. Anyway, in the next interim update for FSUIPC5 I have SimConnect frame events used, but only to get the Frame Rate, and the PDK used for all the other actions FSUIPC needs to do per frame. I have asked L-M for either a PDK facility to get the Frame Rate, or, more consistently with other data, make it a regular Sim Var. Pete
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    I wish the next airport to come out is London Heathrow Airport I would love for that airport to be included
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    Rather than new airports being developed it would be good to finally fix the outstanding issues with existing ones (such as the red center lights in KPHX, etc).
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    Thank you for your notice. We will check and repair it. Gabor
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    Thankyou so much for this guide!!..i don't use a voice commands and now i can use more write commands for correct orders. Well done! Best Regards
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    Thank you too :)
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    What a game developer can't do is fix your windows issues (if any).
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    Hello Again Controllers! Due to the positive response for my KJFK custom schedule, I thought I'd develop a custom schedule for an airport that doesn't seem to get much attention here on the forum. This 24-hour schedule is for KSAN and is based on slightly busier than normal post-Christmas traffic. All flights included are real and were downloaded from FlightAware. Note: Some flight numbers were changed to avoid duplicate flight number issues. The full schedule includes 100+ more commercial flights than Real Traffic for KSAN. GA traffic was relatively light post-Christmas, but has been included also. The chart below illustrates the hour-by-hour commercial arrivals and departures included in the schedule. I've also created a custom terminal file that should more accurately represent the gates and terminals used at KSAN during this time period. And as a bonus feature, I've included 15 snippet files - optimized schedule files containing 3 hours of flights from the full schedule. For example, the snippet optimized for a 10:00 session start contains flights for the hours of 09, 10, and 11. What I've seen and experienced is that using a full day's schedule (Real Traffic or custom) causes flights to be dropped and delayed due to "no free terminal". By reducing the number of hours in the schedule, you eliminate the dropped flights and get a richer more realistic flight volume experience. Attached to this post you'll find a zip file called ksan_crbascott.zip that contains: Full custom schedule file - ksan_schedule.txt Updated terminal file - ksan_terminal.txt GA traffic file - ksan_gaandlocaltraffic.txt Folders containing snippet schedule files for the hours 07 thru 21. I'd recommend unzipping ksan_crbascott.zip into your KSAN folder. It will create a crbascott sub-folder with the above mentioned contents. As always, please remember to backup your original Real Traffic files. Feel free to contact me on this forum or Discord with questions, comments, and/or issues. ENJOY!! Craig (crbascott) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you are interested in multiplayer action and haven't yet joined us at Tower_MP, check out the following post for more information. http://forum.simflight.com/topic/83242-tower_mp-meeting-place-for-the-multiplayer-community/ Previous custom schedule: KJFK - http://forum.simflight.com/topic/84721-custom-schedule-for-kjfk-~-by-crbascott-~-bonus-files-included/ Next custom schedule(s): A week at KLAS during the 2018 CES Conference. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Updated on 1/24/2018 to include new zip file. A new airlines file with AMF (A8) is included. Updated on 3/25/2018 to include new zip file. Fixed a bad flight number and included an updated airlines file (Virgin America/Redwood is now Alaska). ksan_crbascott_v3.zip
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    FYI - I've updated the zip file (v3) in the original post to fix a bad flight number (NKS11A is now NKS112) and change the REDWOOD callsign to ALASKA. Thanks to @KPryor for pointing out the issue.
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    10 seconds is a long time to read that file. If you are using my .NET Client DLL see the latest version (3.1) post in my sub forum. If you use the new AirportsDatabase feature it will save you a lot of coding and loading the database into memory takes about 2 seconds. The database it just a collection in memory, so if you need to get it into a dataset you'll have to transfer the data from the AirportsDatabase with your own code. If you're not using my DLL, here's the testing I did for the different ways of reading the runways.xml File: XMLTextReader: 24490 Airports in 674 ms XDocument: 24490 Airports in 1,254 ms XMLDocument: 24490 Airports in 16,275 ms Manual Read: 24490 Airports in 937 ms If you only need to read the file from top to bottom then XMLTextReader is about twice as fast as XDocument. But even using XDocument only takes just over a second for me. XMLTextReader will require writing a lot more code though. I also added code to create rows in a data table and that didn't add any significant time. XMLTextReader + Create Table Rows: 24490 Airports in 727 ms This test code just finds all the airports from the file, so this is just the time taken to read through the file. There's no other processing. In my DLL I read a lot of the data into an in-memory collection and it takes about 2 seconds with all the string parsing to numbers etc. Paul
  46. 1 point
    Yes. Can't say any more at present, but I want to retire and actually fly more! not to mention my model railway, long neglected. Pete
  47. 1 point
    We have one European, one Canadian and one Australian airport in the pipeline :) Vic
  48. 1 point
    @FeelThere Is there a possibility for non-steam users to get notifications in this forum if an update for the game and/or an airport has been released? I would not have noticed the new KJFK version if crbascott (thank you!) hadn't mentioned it here. Maybe a sticky thread with every available pack and the current version? e.g.: Base game - SP32d KJFK: 4.2a KJFK RC: SP2 KLAS: SP2 KLAS RC: SP1 etc.
  49. 1 point
    Hello Volker, FSC10 for FSX only ..... Prepar3Dv4 is the past, present and future! Stop thinking and start ...... ! I can imagine there are some/many hurdles to tackle but, as the two of you brought us FSC back in the days for FS9 and FSX, I and many more of us are counting on YOU to supply us a superb 64bits planning tool to use in for our P3Dv4 versions. Wishing you godspeed on this, Peter
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