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  1. 5 points
    G'day, mate! I am very pleased to share my next real-life custom schedule - YMML - Melbourne Tullamarine. Like my previous schedules, you will be experiencing traffic in a typical week in the Australian state of Victoria. What you see will be what the controllers at Melbourne saw. Melbourne is a fairly busy airport. It is the second-busiest airport in Australia. It saw over 36 million passengers in 2017-2018. It serves as a hub for Qantas and Virgin Australia, and as a home base for Jetstar and Tigerair Australia. It is also served by a multitude of international carriers from around the world. Along with plentiful passenger flights, there is a health air cargo presence by the likes of Qantas, Toll Express, and others. However, you will notice below that there are very few GA flights. As always, every effort has been made to use existing Real Color aircraft and liveries. There may be a few white aircraft, but, by and large, you will find Melbourne is a colorful place! Like with my previous offerings, you will find, within the main YMML-battlehawk77 folder, a folder for each day of the week, along with snippet file folders within each day to allow you a smoother and more robust traffic feel. Also included is a listing of the GA operators, a PDF taxi chart, graphic and text files of the traffic levels for each day, and a text file within each day folder of the hourly traffic breakdown. It is recommended to place the YMML-battlehawk77 folder in your main YMML folder, then copy and paste the files needed (after you back up the originals, of course). If you have any questions, comments, or notice any bugs, please feel free to message me here or on Discord. So, grab your boomerang and some shrimp off the barbie and enjoy! Gavin (battlehawk77) YMML-battlehawk77-v1.0.zip
  2. 2 points
    * UPDATED 11th July 2019 * Version History: Ver 8: Published 11th July 19 - YMML Airport RC added and now released in new Excel format Ver 7: Published 24th May 19 - CYVR Airport RC detailed added. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 11/07/19 Hello controllers 😁 Following the recent Poll I conducted where the clear winner was producing this moving forward in the new proposed Excel spreadsheet format, I am pleased to publish the updated version below. There are 3 worksheets in the file, these being: Manifest List - detailing the list of RC currently produced by Nyergesdesign Full RC List - columns detailing the Aircraft Type code in each texpack, the airport released in, the IATA code, Airline name and any special comments if applicable Master Code List - columns detailing the IATA code, ICAO code, Airline Name, Call Sign, Comments field (ie Cargo Operator, Ceased Operations etc), Country of Registration and Global Region (ie Canada, Europe, Pacific, United States etc) Should be self explanatory to use but where applicable, each column has a filter where you can search away to your hearts content! Happy reading 😎 Gary Copyright © Tower! 3D Pro is a registered product of FeelThere Inc. Copyright © Real Traffic and Real Colors are registered products of Nyergesdesign Tower 3D Pro RC-Aircraft Master List_v8.xlsx
  3. 2 points
    Added @battlehawk77's YMML weekly schedule 🙂 Thank you BH!
  4. 2 points
    But use excel/openoffice calc, as it is a lot easier 🙂
  5. 1 point
    I don't have it so I can't comment too much but both the 738 and 73H point to B738 and it's that B738 code that the textures point too, unless that changed(not sure why that would change.) AAL example 738 and 73H both have colour because they both point to B738_aa.jpg in the manifest, and the log shows, Airplane tex found: B738_aa
  6. 1 point
    Thank you for the incredible amount of time you put into this!
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    @Pringle As already mentioned in the course of the thread, there are free alternatives that are very similar in functionality to the Microsoft Office series. LibreOffice Calc or OpenOffice.org Calc are some of the free equivalents to Microsoft Excel. Of course, you can also use any text editor, e.g. Windows Editor, to create your schedules. There's nothing wrong with that if you can do without comfort functions. In the end you need text files anyway.
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    I use excel and some basic trimming and lookup formulas for mine. Several sheets to copy from one to the next in case there is a mistake I can go back to the source and correct it forward. Not perfect but overall its not too difficult.
  10. 1 point
    I'd recommend patiently waiting until it is available. @Pedantic G voluntarily does this out of the goodness of his heart and in his spare time. Three posts in five hours on the day a new airport was just released is a bit overboard and disrespectful.
  11. 1 point
    sorry bad choice of words I would like to know where or how I can download the new airline master list that is a excel document
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    Hey @Pringle Like @hexzed said, you can also use open office (https://www.openoffice.org/) which is just as good as Excel. Think of it as a set of containers, each cell (or block) containing the bit of info you need, To use @hexzed's example, line 1 container 1 would contain LAX Line 1, container 2 (or column 2) would contain JFK etc etc Each line (or row) contains the info for a different flight. Spreadsheets are generally configured as rows and columns. Use @hexzed's example above and you will soon get the hang of it! Let me know if you have any spreadsheet questions and I'll do my best to assist. BLB (Peter)
  14. 1 point
    Please watch the tone of your posts. If this tread moves more off-topic it will be locked and non-topic posts removed.
  15. 1 point
    The update will be released during the next week. Gabor
  16. 1 point
    As I tell my children AlalaskaGuy I want/I need doesn't get...."I would like" works better! 🤣
  17. 1 point
    Woow thats amazing! Can't wait to guide Air Austral , Air Madagascar and other big jets into CDG!
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    CDG is!
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    There use to be one on YouTube if I remember correctly, I'm not sure who did it. Charles
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    No there is not tutorial but it's is easy to do I use flightaware for arrivals I will use JFK for example you would put the airport it took off from then the airport it is landing so LAX, JFK, then the plane type so LAX, JFK, 764 then you put the airline code which would be Delta so LAX, JFK, 764, Dl, then the flight number LAX, JFK, 764, DL, 1234, then the time that arrives at JFK LAX LAX, JFK, 764, DL, 1234, 13:44, then you would put the time it departed from LAX but you can put anytime because it doesn't matter so I out 12:00 for the departure LAX, JFK, 764, DL, 1234, 13:44, 12:00, then u put a 1 idk why but that's the way LAX, JFK, 764, DL, 1234, 13:44, 12:00, 1, then u put the airline code a again LAX, JFK, 764, DL, 1234, 13:44, 12:00, 1, DL so that how u do the arrival side of the schedule departure are just like arrival JFK, LAX, 764, DL, 1235, 12:00, 15:43, 1, DL so you would put the departure airport first which is JFK this instead of LAX an for the time u would put a random time for the arrival an put a real time for the departure time
  22. 1 point
    Braf, that email you received and posted in another thread invited customers to post comment, reviews, etc. Why are you telling people to shut up when FeelThere asked for the opposite? And remember, at one time you even posted you were ready for the next version. And that pole (it'a actually poll) you mention, was only about what airports people wanted to see and nothing more. Not everyone is willing to compromise their standards for software. As a former software (non-gaming) developer, my standards apparently are a little higher. Unrealistic workarounds, deleting planes, and overlooking bugs are not the answer for everyone.
  23. 1 point
    You're really not helping anything here Braf. It's already been noted in this thread that there has been no such poll (see above). I already own the game, and 3 of the DLC. But as an actual pilot and a programmer I see a lot of weak areas in the game. I said already that I think it's a good game, but with some extra work it could be a great game. If you look at the bug reports and feature requests you'll see its not quite there yet. Don't you want the game to be better? Wouldn't you appreciate if every time you bought a dlc your planes didn't spin? Or that planes didn't get stuck doing nothing randomly with no possible way to unstick them? Even if you don't there's nothing wrong with collecting opinions and doing polls to help the developers make informed decisions. Even if it's not their current mode of business it might help them realize there's unearned revenue in creating expansion packs with features as one example. Let's be honest, it's incredibly unlikely anything will come of my efforts. So just leave me to my own devices and you can go back to buying up all the new DLCs.
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    Here's a top tip, @Braf123456, from someone who's been around the block more than a few times: When you're in a hole, stop digging, throw away the shovel, and ask someone to bring you a ladder. Sarcasm aside though, please do not dismiss comments from contributors to this forum AND GAME like @crbascott and @aoz. They have a wealth of knowledge, are always, together with many others on this forum, willing and ready to share their info. This forum is a treasure trove of information, once you take the time to go through old posts that generally will answer any questions that you might have. Have a great day! BLB (Peter)
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