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  1. How ya doin'? It is my pleasure to introduce my fourth offering for week schedules - CYVR - Vancouver International! Like Gatwick, Barcelona and Orlando, you get to experience a typical week in southwest Canada, taken, as always, from actual traffic data. You will be seeing what the actual controllers saw. Vancouver is the second-busiest airport in Canada, which served over 25 million passengers in 2018. As one might expect, Vancouver is a hub for both Air Canada and WestJet. There is also plenty of international traffic to provide lots of heavies, and lots of small traffic for those that enjoy a more active GA experience, and cargo traffic is also quite plentiful. As always, every effort has been made to use existing Real Color aircraft and liveries. There may be a few white aircraft, but, by and large, you will find Vancouver is a colorful place! Like with my previous offerings, you will find, within the main CYVR-battlehawk77 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 CYVR-battlehawk77 folder in your main CYVR folder, then copy and paste the files needed (after you back up the originals, of course). If you have any questions, comments, or notice any bugs, please feel free to message me here or on Discord. So, grab you some Timmy's and enjoy! Gavin (battlehawk77) CYVR-battlehawk77-v1.0.zip
  2. Greetings everyone: I'm posting this question to other fans of TRACON 2012 who've developed their own sectors in the hopes you've run across this problem and come up with a solution. Since winter snow has trapped me inside for the next month I decided to develop/create a CYVR sector. Everything works EXCEPT for aircraft departing and arriving at airports within the Vancouver base sector (Eg. Departing Vancouver and arriving in Victoria, approx. 30 miles away, both airports are within the base sector region). The aircraft in question will follow all commands including clearance to land at it's destination airport, but the moment it's handed off to the destination tower, the aircraft will immediately call Departure, similar to it's initial contact call (Eg. Departure Jazz 8077 with information INdia at three thousand climbing to three thousand). The aircraft will continue to descend until it falls off radar at which time the calls to departure are non-stop and I have to end the game. I hope I'm making sense because it's got me stumped. Any ideas? I'm wondering if the game was ever set up for this type of scenario even though there are plenty of examples on maps like LAS, LAX, MIA when you could create a similar situation if you wanted. Thanks in advance. Screenshot of CYVR is attached. Jim P.S. Thanks to SATCH_999 for his helpful posts on how to create sectors. They provided a wealth of information.
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