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  1. * UPDATED 4th March 2019 * Version History: Ver 6.1: Published 4th Mar 19 - Correction to RwandAir details and some formatting errors corrected. Ver 6.: Published 28th Feb 19 - EGKK Airport RC and Nyerges KJFK RC update details added. Ver 5: Published 10th Jan 19 - LEBL Airport RC details added and some minor amendments following feedback on last version update Ver 4: Published 4th Oct 18 - EDDS Airport Real Color details added Ver 3: Published 15th Sep 18 - Nyerges KLAX RC Update details added Ver 2: Published 10th Sep 18 (Air Tahiti moved from Europe to Pacific and a couple of spelling issues resolved) Ver 1: Published 6th Sep 18 (Initial version released for review and comment) _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 06/09/18 Hello controllers 😁 A while ago on the forum there was much discussion on putting together a complete Master List of which aircraft and liveries were in each of the Real Colors Manifest folders. This would minimise the likelihood of white planes turning up in custom schedules that the cleaver people in this forum put together for our use and for those of us that put together our own schedules but are not brave enough to publish!. I know that there are probably a number of these lists floating about in various forms but I have put together the attached PDF files in what I hope is a more professional looking format, giving an overall consolidated view by regions of the world in an easy to read format that I hope will be of use to some of you. I have produced this with the permission of Vic (FeelThere) and Gabor (Nyergesdesign). Special thanks to @VenturaGuy101 who sent me the original list which inspired me to produce my own version of this and also @crbascottwho sent me his file to cross reference to hopefully ensure this is as accurate as possible. Also thanks to Gabor at @nyergesdesignwho provided some of the information I was missing. There are 2 files, one of which is in a printable A4 format for the UK, European & ANZAC controllers on the forum and the other one is in Letter format for controllers based in the US who may wish print and use this detail. The aim is to release updates to these files as and when new Real Color files are released by Gabor, either as updates or to correspond with new airports being developed. Also with the current Back to School sale a good reason to purchase some Real Color Airports to fill any gaps you have. I know I will be! Hopefully all is clear but please feel free to PM me with any questions or if there are any additions or errors that you spot for me to update. Happy reading 😎 Gary Copyright © Tower! 3D Pro is a registered product of FeelThere Inc. Copyright © Real Traffic and Real Colors are registered products of Nyergesdesign Tower 3D Pro Airlines Master_v6.1 (A4).pdf Tower 3D Pro Airlines Master _v6.1 (Letter).pdf
  2. Hi, ISSUE 1 = Heavy aircraft runway assignments ... Had an issue with KBOS tonight with heavy aircraft being assigned runways which should have been feasible but were not being accepted by the sim. Was using KBOS custom schedule by Jonas found here in a multiplayer session. Setup: we were using 22L for inbounds and 22R for departures. 22L for heavies was the plan but they would only accept 33L; even though there is only a small difference in runway length. All the following aircraft in this session should have been able to takeoff from 22L but only accepted 33L: ISSUE 2: ALL aircraft are taxiing off runways extremely slowly which is causing serious inbound traffic issues, resulting in many go arounds depending on Traffic Density setting. Please fix this. ########################### HOST LOG FILE = Can be found here.
  3. pete_agreatguy

    KMCO Heavy Aircraft Issues

    Hi, Been having some issues with KMCO and heavies not appearing when are scheduled to (both arrivals and departures). As identified mainly by @ATControl -- Joe (here) using his schedule, the airport has issues spawning heavy aircraft. For example, using the default schedule the following departure worked fine for me: However when testing the arrivals as quoted below; they did not appear at all! The departure "Line 577: MCO, MAN, 74E, VS, 76, 12:00, 18:58, 1, VS" was sitting at the gate fine though: Log file is attached below. output_log.txt
  4. Hi all, Been doing a SP session on T3Dpro and came across aircraft getting stuck. See this screenshot. Log included. Air shuttle 6301 was instructed to taxi to runway 27R at E via taxiway's H, E. Southwest 237 landed on runway 26 and was instructed to taxi to terminal via A, D, H but to hold short of taxiway E so that the Air shuttle could pass. The southwest aircraft did hold short of E but the Air shuttle got stuck when going by. See screenshot linked above. output_log.txt
  5. hello, as the title says it all, i want to read the heading into my application (through C++) i've tried everything that came to my mind to fix this, but i couldnt fix this this is my code: //this function normalizes the heading uint32_t normalize_heading(int32_t h) { if(h>359) { h-=359; } else if(h<0) { h+=359; } return h; } unsigned int heading; short mag_var; if(FSUIPC_Read(0x0580, 4, &heading, &result)&&FSUIPC_Process(&result)) { if(FSUIPC_Read(0x2A0, 2, &mag_var, &result)&&FSUIPC_Process(&result)) { double hdg1=heading*360/65536; double hdg2=mag_var*360/65536; double hdg3=hdg1-hdg2; hdg3=normalize_heading(hdg3); show_heading(hdg3); i've also tried this when calculating the heading: unsigned int heading; short mag_var; if(FSUIPC_Read(0x0580, 4, &heading, &result)&&FSUIPC_Process(&result)) { if(FSUIPC_Read(0x2A0, 2, &mag_var, &result)&&FSUIPC_Process(&result)) { double hdg1=heading*360/(65536*65536); double hdg2=mag_var*360/65536; double hdg3=hdg1-hdg2; hdg3=normalize_heading(hdg3); but compiler gave warning about devide by zero then when i run this, it crashes my application thanks in advance for your help peter
  6. godoggo

    Issues with KSAN

    Greetings: Purchased KSAN over the weekend along with Real Colour KSAN. Airport has loaded but noticed that only the commuter terminal has aircraft. At numerous times of the day (Noon, 3p, 6p) when I would expect the airport to be busy I have one plane on the entire field. Or, I'll have one plane at the commuter terminal and a plethora of aircraft at the GAA terminal. Also, have an issue with aircraft refusing to taxi. Have run the simulation at 6am repeatedly and run into the same problem with SK 5190 refusing to taxi to the runway, thus creating a logjam of planes trying to get where they need to be. I attempted to load the output log but was unable due to file size restrictions with this site (limited to 20.48kb file size?) Any ideas? I know I'm not the only person who's run into this problem based on other postings. Thanks.
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