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  1. HappyNUyear

    Real Traffic White Planes

    If this were 1990-1991 I'd think you had TWA's Casper & Stealth Aircraft in your game fleet. 🤪 TWA had 2 747's in all white back then. In all seriousness, I hope you solved the issue
  2. HappyNUyear

    Tower 3d pro updates

    scoobflight I wasn't replying to you and I'm replying to Mike on this thread that does have problems installing. DLC's are very easy to install and re-install on Steam Real Traffic and Real Color can be installed by typing in the address bar the links and then follow the prompts. You'll also be asked to input various codes, ie; Product ID Password: Continue following prompts
  3. HappyNUyear

    Tower 3d pro updates

    I have zero issues via Steam with installing DLC's from them or Real Traffic or Real Color from this site. The only DLC that loads differently is Munich due to Virus Alerts when this was first launched
  4. HappyNUyear

    Tower 3d pro updates

    Be sure to re-install real traffic too
  5. HappyNUyear

    Airport Strategies

    If and when there's ever an ORD DLC here's they're current runway configurations; 4L/22R - Original Runway 7,500 ft 4R/22L - Original Runway 8,075 ft 27L/9R - (formerly 27R/9L) - Being extended to 11,260 ft from 7,967 ft 27C/9C - Under Construction Projected Opening 2020 11,245 ft 27R/9L - New Runway (Opened 2008) 7,500 ft 28R/10L - (formerly 27L/9R) - Extended 2008 13,000 ft 28C/10C - New Runway (Opened 2013) 10,801 ft 28L/10R - New Runway (Opened 2015) 7,500 ft 33/15 - (formerly 32L/14R) Decommissioned 2018 - Currently Taxiway SS to be decommissioned if new terminal is built on site of current taxiway 32R/14L - Decommissioned 2015 Source: Chicago Department Aviation
  6. HappyNUyear

    EGKK is OUT!

    When a/c is ready to pushback and one selects pushback and runway 26R (backup runway in real world) is selected with and/or without pre-selected routing nothing occurs.
  7. HappyNUyear

    EGKK is OUT!

    If anyone has Steam Version that's easier to install for some as there is a menu that pops up as to where to install.
  8. HappyNUyear

    Release Date For London Gatwick Airport

    Gatwick is like San Diego, except SAN only one runway, where GKK has two runways (26R/18L converted taxiway) and those are too close together for simultaneous operations. Gotta be on your toes at one runway airports that are busy like SAN, GKK and so forth.
  9. HappyNUyear

    EGKK is OUT!

    Like this airport thus far. No takeoffs allowed on 26R I noticed in simulation. In real life 26L/8R is the main runway and only 26R/8L are currently used when 26L/8R is not in use
  10. HappyNUyear

    LEBL Bugs

    You can pushback to almost any runway, unless a certain aircraft needs a longer runway. After aircraft completes pushback, you can click on "Runway Menu", Select which runway", then select the taxiway path(s) with either a mouse and/or voice recognition. You can also do this during initial pushback too. You really can change your taxi route anytime.
  11. When is the Updated Real Color for LAX due to be released? I just re-downloaded LAX Real Color, but no visible changes such as T2 & T3. I have the Steam Version Thanks in advance
  12. HappyNUyear

    KBOS - Unable to use some runways

    Me too T3D Pro
  13. HappyNUyear

    KBOS - Unable to use some runways

    Thanks for clarifying, missing 22L too
  14. HappyNUyear

    KBOS - Unable to use some runways

    Ok, the lower runway buttons in White. I’ll have to look at mine too.
  15. HappyNUyear

    KBOS - Unable to use some runways

    Strange, because on my Tower 3DPro all the runways show in the command bar for Pushback, Runway and other functions

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