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Good Day all, Many of you asked for these, and thus I have delivered. Instead of jamming up the previous post that was filled with card edits, I'll use this post since it's very specific to location. Below you will find updated (and PRINTER FRIENDLY) versions of the Commands List & Airport Specific cards. I did my best to weed out airlines that don't exist anymore in the game files as well as statusing timetables at each airport. Cards are written in alphabetical order by the 3-letter ICAO code for easy reference. This page will be updated with new cards as new airports are released. Please let me know if you see any errors and I'll fix them ASAP! (Please note that JFK & LAX have 3-part cards -- be sure to get them all. All other airports at this time fit on a single page) ((Also, please note that some of the airlines on the cards are not currently in the game even though they do exist at these airports in real life. Hopefully the game developers will get with their livery and time table teams and get these plugged for us ASAP)) Enjoy! & Happy Controlling! ---ATControl, Joe (((KATL - Hartsfield - Jackson Atlanta Int'l Airport ))) (((KJFK - John F. Kennedy Int'l Airport (3 cards) ))) (((KLAX - Los Angeles Int'l Airport (3 cards) ))) (((KPHL - Philadelphia Int'l Airport ))) (((KSAN - San Diego Int'l Airport )))
Hello, So I successfully got the most recent My Traffic 6.0a running well on my FSX Steam edition and had some missing callsigns. I got the EditVoicepack program to add more missing names in but I still have some missing callsigns that just show up as flight numbers which can make following radio chatter a bit confusing. I don't mind doing some work to fix it but is there a method to figuring out what exactly is missing and a way to fix it? Thanks.
Burkhardt: I'm running the new MTX 6.0 and just loving it. Everything is working fine and traffic is amazing at the 50% setting. The only thing I noticed is the default FSX ATC is not picking up on some airline callsigns - I get the numerical flight identifier, but not the airline callsign. All the major airlines appear to work fine; just seems like some of the smaller, regional airlines are missing their callsign. I know it's often difficult to keep up with all the changes occurring with the smaller carriers and subsidiaries, especially the regional feeder airlines. There's also an occasional issue with spacing in the callsign, for example FEDEX versus FED EX. I'm running the new EditVoicepackXL (v.5) and read that MTX modifications are now included in EditVoicepack. So is there something special I need to do to point MTX to the EVP installation or vice versa, so they are aware of each other? I couldn't find a specific menu option in either program for reconciling callsigns. Older versions of EVP used to have a tool to check for missing callsigns, but it was dropped from the latest version. Lars from EVP indicated he might put it back in later, but I'm looking for a quick and dirty way to get the correct callsigns without having to dig through each and every aircraft.cfg file, one by one. Any ideas on an easy solution? Thanks in advance!