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  1. The landings, takeoffs, penalties and total score are stored in the registry under "HKCU\Software\FeelThere\Tower! 3D Pro".
  2. It should not be used for landing. Because the approach path crosses the active runways, and in case of a go-around ... well... (The same applies to runway 8 at KPHL, by the way.) In reality, runway 14 can technically be used for arrivals - it's not allowed, but it's there ... But I'm sure the programmed runway model includes that it has to be theoretically able to be used for departures and arrivals (and I assume programming the runway model otherwise might have complicated a lot for airport development).
  3. I have EDDS and KMEM. So my suggestion is KRDU... 😏
  4. You're right, thanks. I corrected it.
  5. If US Airways, I'd prefer another model - for ... approximately 1549 reasons... A320, 320, AWE, US, CACTUS, US Airways, USA https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9331229 https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/7938609 And I'm surprised that nobody yet thought of this: B742, 742, AF1, ##, AIR FORCE, US Air Force, USA https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9331053 https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9247292
  6. According to Wikipedia, A30B/AB4 are the codes for the A300C4, and the A306/AB6 (A300-600) already exists in the game with UPS livery, so I thought it would be the B2/B4/C4 that will be modeled for Northeastern International Airways. (But I don't think anyone will notice, if the LH livery is not on a C4, but on whatever Northeastern was operating...)
  7. L101, L10, LTU, LT, LTU, LTU International Airways, Germany (My first flight ever was on this type, DUS/EDDL -> MIA/KMIA, in 1990.) https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8374192 https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8189342 A30B, AB4, HLF, HF, HAPAG LLOYD, Hapag-Lloyd Flug, Germany https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/510429 https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8314009 DC93, D93, AEF, YP, AERO LLOYD, Aero Lloyd, Germany https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8997736 https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8390558 B737, 73G, HHI, 4R, HAMBURG JET, Hamburg International, Germany (They used to operate six of those, partially in ethnic transport to and from EBL/ORER, ISU/ORSU, PRN/LYPR.) https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/318575 https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/438131 B73C, 73C, HHI, 4R, HAMBURG JET, Hamburg International, Germany (This aircraft was just as doomed as HHI itself...) https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/7683721 https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/7036765
  8. Apart from just reducing the traffic load, do you slow them down? I know it's difficult to find the right timing on the ones coming in hot at 240 kts as slowest practical speed, when you have slowed down the other traffic to around 160 to 180 kts. A useful command that I - unfortunately - hardly make use of is the CROSS XXXXX AT AND MAINTAIN XXXXX command. And you can, of course, send planes into a holding pattern and stack them up at a waypoint. I've done this primarily when it gets so busy that I might lose control over my airspace.
  9. Actually, that should go without saying, because by clicking the datatag you announce to the center controller that you're about to hand off the flight to you. Imagine there were real controllers behind those frequencies - how would the 119.95 controller know you're transferring a flight when you announced it to the 135.9 controller? The manual says: The next controller has to be the one on the frequency of the sector the plane is in at the moment of the announcement, because it wouldn't make sense to announce an oncoming handoff to ALL center controllers in the area simultaneously, would it?
  10. Did you read the manual in the Tracon! installation folder? 1) You have to hand off the flight to the Center controller after either it reaches a certain altitude or comes within 10 nm of the boundary of your sector. To initiate the hand-off you click left on the aircraft icon. When Center is ready to accept, the tag flashes five times, you can make the hand-off. 2) The center frequency depends on where you initiate the hand-off. The frequencies are displayed in the manual. If you initiate the hand-off in a sector different from the one you actually issue it, you still have to assign the frequency for the initial sector. When you click on the tag when the flight is in the 135.9 center sector, you have to hand it over to 135.9, even if it already entered the 119.95 center sector.
  11. Do you have a output_log.txt file in the "tower3d_data" subfolder under your Tower!3D installation path? If so, can you please upload it? 72/81 sounds like a schedule issue.
  12. I'm using a wireless Logitech H600 headset. I#m struggling a little with the microphone, because it picks up all kinds of noise from the street and my noisy neighbors as well as the noise from the right ear cup and messes up the voice recognition. Before that, I used a wireless Creative Labs HS-1200 headset where I could place the microphone directly in front of my mouth. The reasons I replaced it were simply a dying battery and the small ear cups that hurt my ears after a while. My perfect headset would be one to pull over my ears and lets me bend the microphone in front of my mouth (and has a pop filter).
  13. If you ignore the holding line issues...
  14. Oh, I have another one. GATE ENTRIES CROSSING TAXIWAYS / PUSHBACK ONTO ASSIGNED TAXIWAY Remember Dubai? At Terminal 3 below the tower you can see that the gates are accessible from either taxiway U and J as well as K and Z, respectively, and they can also be pushed back onto either taxiway - which, to me, seems like a splendid idea. (Are there any airports doing it the same way?) "EK61, pushback approved onto J, face west"
  15. If you haven't already noticed: @ATControl -- Joe gave an early look. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMTxM9bBtkM
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