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  1. Though it is unrealistic, a way around this is to give them the "exit at taxiway XX" command before they land. No, it isn't realistic, but it is the best option within the limitations of the game engine.
  2. Glad you like them. 🙂 One note to add to northbound ops: While you may not see it happen now due to traffic levels, there can be departures off 34L. They make an immediate left turn after departure with an approximate heading of 190-200 then proceed on their route. 🙂
  3. Bradley, you should know well by now that they won't say the next airport until a week or two prior to its release.
  4. How's it going, man? I'm very pleased to share with you the newest addition to my collection of real-life traffic schedules - KSEA - Seattle - Tacoma International Airport. As with all of my other schedules, you'll get to experience a week in the life of a controller in the US Pacific Northwest. What you'll see is what they saw. Schedule data was compiled in January of 2020. Situated south of downtown Seattle, Sea-Tac, as it's known, was the 8th-busiest airport in the US in 2019, playing host to nearly 52 million passengers. Sea-Tac is home to Alaska Airlines, who also has a hub here, along with Horizon and Delta. It is also well-served by United and Southwest. Given its geographical position, the airport plays host to many international airlines from around the world. Those that appreciate cargo traffic will find a lot to love here, as it is served by UPS, Fed Ex, Prime Air, and others. GA traffic, while sparce, does come through to add a bit of variety. As with my other airports, every effort has been made to use existing Real Color aircraft and liveries. There may be a few white aircraft, but, for the most part, you will find Seattle to be a rather colorful and busy place! And, if you'd like to see the schedule and airport in action, take a look at this preview video: https://youtu.be/VkLLDFAvfQc Like with my previous offerings, you will find, within the main KSEA-battlehawk77-Winter 2020 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 KSEA-battlehawk77-Winter 2020 folder in your main KSEA folder, then copy and paste the files needed (after you back up the originals, of course). It is also HIGHLY recommended to review the included Readme file, as it contains important operational information, along with where you need to put the included files for best results. If you have any questions, comments, or notice any bugs, please feel free to message me here or on Discord. So, grab you a cup of Starbucks and enjoy! -Gavin (battlehawk77) KSEA-battlehawk77-Winter 2020-v1.0.zip
  5. Likely won't happen, for a multitude of reasons.
  6. Do you have the Steam version or the non-Steam version?
  7. When I downloaded it at 2:50pm EDT yesterday, it shows as EKCH_airport_SP2. Try downloading it again.
  8. For those that own EKCH, please download it again. I just did, and it shows as EKCH_airport_SP2.exe After installing it, the airport shows properly in the DBRITE.
  9. @WildCard I wish you luck in convincing the developers to fix it, as they've stared work will soon be starting on the next version. 🙂
  10. @WildCard The landing points line up as close as practical with where real airplanes land at the real airport.
  11. @jade2942 Something else to consider is the quality of the microphone being used. Cheaper mics have a harder time passing clear audio to the text-to-speech engine. I've had personal experience with this, and a better mic (attached to a better headset) made a world of difference for me. It's possible it could for you, too. 🙂
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