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  1. KLGA is from Sim Smith Design not ND. I have not heard anything from this company since early 2018.
  2. To add some additional suggestions to crbascott's post above: Add a Schedule dropdown menu to the airport select screen that allows the user to select a schedule. The list would be dynamically generated by reading schedule info files found in the airport directory. The schedule info files can be a simple text file that lists the Schedule name, schedule maker (FeelThere, ND, user, etc), schedule version, airport file (can be the global file), airlines file (global or custom), terminal file, and the flight schedule file. This would allow for multiple schedules, terminal files to exist in the airport directory. When Real Traffic is updated, it won't wipe out custom schedules. This will allow for users to easily add downloadable custom schedules from the community along with new schedules or historic schedules available as DLC from either FeelThere or ND or other content provider. This would allow users to switch to other schedules without having to replace game files. Version info would help resolve mutliplayer schedule issues. By default there will be the Default or FeelThere Schedule with its airlines. If you install ND Real Traffic then there would be an option for Real Traffic. We could get official schedules for different day, historic schedules with Pan Am, TWA, Eastern, etc).
  3. Sim Smith Design, makers of LaGuardia (KLGA), also made Torotnto (CYYZ) for Tower!2011. They stated that they were doing another airport after LaGuardia, but silence since. London Heathrow (EGLL) for Tower!2011 was made by Simulated Designs. I have not heard anything from this company since the release of Tower!3D Pro. Since the same developers have been making the same airports for Tower!3D pro as was made for Tower!2011, there is not much hope for EGLL unless another developer picks it up.
  4. I tried the text version at KBOS with planes landing on 4R and taxing to the terminal via Y 33R N A and it works. Unfortunately I was not able to get planes to use 33L to N. That would save a long slow taxi down the active runway. It would be nice if tower2d.rec can be updated to use runway numbers as taxi routes even if its not perfect but it would be better than we have now.
  5. It would also be nice if there is an update to the default game airports, to add the cargo area to TIST since it is missing. A tower model would also be nice. It would allow the custom schedule to work as intended since there is no separate GA and Cargo areas as currently in the game.
  6. @aviator64 I believe the issue is not a bug but it is how the current version is designed. FeelThere have stated that they may look into this issue when they develop the next version of Tower!3D. We have the same issue with crossing runways at Boston La Guardia and Las Vegas when trying to do realistic operations. Currrently you cannot have 2 airplanes on the same runway until you get the credit for the plane taking off or landed before having the second plane interact with the runway.
  7. All transactions from the Feel There website are handled by BT Micro. You need to contact BT Micro (orders@bmtmicro.com) and include your name and The invoice number of your order. They usually respond within 1 business day. It is a good idea to keep a copy of all your receipts for this game.
  8. @winsaudi I fixed the post and added the missing airlines. It should be better for dealing with airports that have old airline files and new airports with updated airlines files.
  9. I have an issue of out of sync airline files in my program due to changes in airline codes. I thought HOP code was wrong. Thanks for the report. Well I guess I will be doing some debugging.
  10. Exclusive with EDDS: KLM|KL: {KLM} KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Netherlands E170: EMBRAER 170, REGIONAL JET [EDDS] E175: EMBRAER 175, REGIONAL JET [EDDS] THY|TK: {TURKISH} Turkish Airlines, Turkey A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] SWR|LX: {SWISS} Swiss International Air Lines, Switzerland DH8D: DE HAVILLAND DHC8-400 DASH 8Q, TURBOPROP [EDDS] E190: EMBRAER 190, REGIONAL JET [EDDS] AUA|OS: {AUSTRIAN} Austrian Airlines, Austria DH8D: DE HAVILLAND DHC8-400 DASH 8Q, TURBOPROP [EDDS] SAS|SK: {SCANDINAVIAN} SAS Scandinavian Airlines, Sweden B736: BOEING 737-600, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] CRJ9: CANADAIR REGIONAL JET 900, REGIONAL JET [EDDS] LOT|LO: {POLLOT} LOT Polish Airlines, Poland E175: EMBRAER 175, REGIONAL JET [EDDS] VLG|VY: {VUELING} Vueling, Spain A321: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A321, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] RYR|FR: {RYAN AIR} Ryanair, Irland B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] EWG|EW: {EUROWINGS} Eurowings, Germany A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] LGW|HE: {WALTER} Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter, German A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] DH8D: DE HAVILLAND DHC8-400 DASH 8Q, TURBOPROP [EDDS] PGA|NI: {PORTUGALIA} Portugalia, Portugal E190: EMBRAER 190, REGIONAL JET [EDDS] BEE|BE: {JERSEY} Flybe, United Kingdom DH8D: DE HAVILLAND DHC8-400 DASH 8Q, TURBOPROP [EDDS] E175: EMBRAER 175, REGIONAL JET [EDDS] CSA|OK: {CSA LINES} Czech Airlines, Czech Republic A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] JOR|0B: {BLUE MESSENGER} Blue Air, Romania B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] GWI|4U: {GERMAN WINGS} Germanwings, Germany A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] ABR|AG: {CONTRACT} ASL Airlines Ireland, Ireland B733: BOEING 737-300, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] HOP|A5: {AIR HOP} HOP!, France E170: EMBRAER 170, REGIONAL JET [EDDS] BCY|WX: {CITY IRELAND} City Jet, Ireland CRJ9: CANADAIR REGIONAL JET 900, REGIONAL JET [EDDS] OHY|8Q: {ONUR AIR} Onur Air, Turkish A321: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A321, NARROW BODY JET [EDDS] Edit: Fixed missing/wrong airlines and planes
  11. I thought this was the forum to use for issues with any Tower!3D product including the ones released by Nyergesdesign, and Sim Smith Design. Is this not correct? Craig...I feel so sad about your camel. I hope he has an appointment with the vet. 😄
  12. All Tracon2012 addons will work with Tracon2012SE. You have to make sure that it gets installed correctly though. You can purchase from Feelthere's site.
  13. This is the link to the bundle that Craig and Pedantic G is referring: https://www.feelthere.com/shop/air-traffic-control/real-color-bundle-for-tower3d/ It is also the one that I purchased and waiting for Gabor's update.
  14. I believe @ATControl -- Joe updated his custom schedule for LAX that is available from his dropbox but the liveries are not available yet as far as I know.
  15. Great idea and I see @crbascott has started a poll. What should be stated for the poll is how many changes have occurred at the airport. For example changes in airlines (i.e. Condor) and how many airlines have changed their liveries since the airport was released (i.e. Alaska, Frontier, etc.). That information should help drive the updates to get the biggest bang for the buck. Right now it appears people are guessing which airport might be the one. Thanks Gabor, @crbascott and @ATControl -- Joe for the updated liveries project and all custom schedule authors. I also hope @FeelThere will add the ability for us to select which schedule we want to run with the airport from the airport selection screen in the next version instead of having to replace and backup schedule files manually. (Hint hint).
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