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  1. Ron C, That's how I like to play it also, I have attached my list which I use. As you can see I just gave them indicate which direction they will go on departure (game wise that is). I keep the spreadsheet in simple two column form alongside the main window of the game for quick reference (also includes other RJTT & EGGL on the other tabs). My taxiways which I don't have documented are identical to yours at KLAX, although I've never tried pushback facing a particular direction, didn't know that was available. I have used the work around by giving it a different runway than intended ju
  2. Thanks for that MJKERR, out of curiosity when does the 90 seconds start, commencement of takeoff roll or when the wheels leave the runway?
  3. I have aWake Turbulance Catagories.docx sheet with the times on it but I go off another I found which has distances. Much easier than looking at the clock I can use the range rings as a guesstimate.
  4. Great schedule James, I've worked 0500-0700 "interesting" using both runways for arrivals and trying to squeeze departures in between. My goodness me don't they take forever to vacate as well as line up. It almost ended in tears a couple of times... Got through 0700-0900 results... Just one issue, BAW233 at 0845 hrs shows up twice but with two different aircraft types. Thanks again, what a blast!
  5. LOL hard to do it all on your own. I have an excel just sitting offs creen with a list of destinations and the direction they will go after departure. I really hope the next version has the sector exit gates but that's another story... I wasn't aware of the rule re waiting for touchdown before allowing a departure, must try it although I fear I will fail miserably.
  6. Thanks for the work and comprehensive notes James, looking forward to having a go at this. I generally try to run as close as I can to reality (real world controllers would have a good laugh, but hey...) I also try and line up departures so that they alternate between going north/south and allowing required distance between heavies etc. It actually works quite well. Graham
  7. You are such a tease Vic 😀
  8. I am certainly no expert at ATC but I believe what we are hearing is correct. It is pronouncing Heat-row (no "TH" sound) as this does not come across on radio, same as three pronunced as tree and so on... The way the computer AI reads it may sound a little off, same as some of the airlines it attempts.
  9. Great find andredragt, thanks for sharing. Good info on departure sequencing and wake turbulence categories.
  10. From the link provided above by Craig:-
  11. Hi Tom, The way I do it for that set up is all departures down B-P (Even turn some of them to run wrong way so they don't trip over each other eg. out of terminals 6 & 7 taxi A-M,NorZ-B-P. The trickier ones are B Terminal and the like, you just need a bit of patience to get them through. All arrivals just use B-A. The tricky part is the timing, try to get a departure across 22 and a departure off 13 at the same time between arrivals!
  12. I use the "Take next available exit left or right" straight after giving cleared to land, haven't had any issues.
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