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  1. Nope, that's not the way this thing works. In single player, you are the only controller. There are no AI controllers. So, when you select Approach the only flights you see are arrivals and you control all of them. Likewise for departures, you'll see only departures and you are responsible for all of them. As a result, the scenario you desire is impossible as a single player. It is, however, possible in multiplayer with you controlling arrivals and and another person controlling departures. The challenge is finding a multiplayer partner for a 10 year old game. Good luck!
  2. I'm not going to argue with you on this one. 😉
  3. How do you know this? I guess one could run a test at KPHX with a schedule of all departures and all heavies to see how many gates are populated? But, you turned this around rather quickly.
  4. Instead of using a random model, I’m relatively sure it uses the far right classification (in this case REGIONAL JET) to assign a generic model if a specific model is not found.
  5. Yes you do, assuming you have a legitimate copy of the software. KLAX, KPHL, and TIST are included in the base package.
  6. There’s more to life than just EGLL. 😀 If you run a test at KPHL using Terminal D you’ll find 2 gates that only props can park at and two gates where only an A388 can park. A DH4 can park anywhere. The termlimit parameter specifies the max plan size allowed.
  7. There’s actually three. Gates have a parameter called termlimit and there are three values that allow the following planes to park: 0 - props 1 - anything but heavy 2 - all, including heavy. But, unfortunately, this parameter is not visible to us so there’s really nothing we can do with it.
  8. I'm going to be bold and say this is impossible. What you think is a pair and what the game thinks is a pair may not match. Additionally if you are using real life schedules, planes can be scheduled/towed for maintenance and never depart. So, pairing is a noble idea but not worth the time and effort in my opinion. As @hexzed said, you'll need to take the flights out of the GA schedule file and add them to the main schedule file. Gates are a precious commodity with this game, why would you want GA to park at a regular terminal? The GA schedule file does not use the airlines fil
  9. If I’m not mistaken, leaving an entry blank could result in any airline using that terminal. Hence the use of XXX.
  10. Unfortunately, the error messages in the log file can be cryptic. The issue has nothing to do with the B738, but is actually due to the terminal edits you made. It's ok to move cargo airlines to one terminal, but the game engine and/or airport is expecting an entry for Terminal_west_cargo and Terminal_east_cargo in your kphx_terminal.txt file. Instead of deleting these entries and assuming you don't want anything to use these "terminals" I would suggest adding the following to your terminal file: Terminal_west_cargo: XXX Terminal_east_cargo: XXX In addition to the above issue
  11. Exactly what type of optimization does one get by doing this?
  12. @kooheadJust doing a quick check and it looks like you have some time formatting issues. You need to make sure your hours have the leading zero. For example 9:33 should be 09:33.
  13. You don't need to delete the old version. Find your original purchase email and you can redownload using the link/information provided in the email.
  14. You need to buy and install Real Traffic - it is required for custom schedules. If you already have it, you probably need to update it.
  15. What is the name/file size of the installer that you are running? Something strange is going on because the schedule and terminal files are definitely in the current version.
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