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  1. Hello, again! I'm pleased to share my latest real-life custom schedule - my second offering for KMCO - Orlando International. As with previous schedules, you will be experiencing a week of air traffic in central Florida. You will see what ATC saw. You'll find Orlando to be a very busy place, averaging between 900 and 1000 movements a day this time of year. Many airlines have a large presence here, including Southwest, Delta, and Spirit. You'll also find a good number of cargo flights flown by UPS and Fed Ex, among others. There is also a decent general aviation presence to add some spice. 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 Orlando to be a colorful place! Like with my previous offerings, you will find, within the main KMCO-battlehawk77-Autumn 2019 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. **SPECIAL NOTE*** You will notice there are two zip files posted: One with cargo aircraft models used, and one (labeled appropriately) without cargo models, for those who do not own any airports using cargo models. The schedules are identical. Only the models used for cargo flights are different. Be sure that you copy ALL files mentioned in the readme as appropriate. It is recommended to place the KMCO-battlehawk77-Autumn 2019 folder in your main KMCO 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, put on your Mickey Mouse ears and enjoy! -Gavin (battlehawk77) ------------ With cargo models - KMCO-battlehawk77-Autumn 2019-v1.1.zip Without cargo models - KMCO-battlehawk77-Autumn 2019 - no cargo models-v1.2.zip
  2. Welcome to the Mickey's home airport! It is with great pleasure my next offering in my series of week schedules: KMCO - Orlando International Airport. Like my previous offering for Barcelona, this is collection of a week's worth of schedules, taken from real traffic data, with no fillers or preservatives. Orlando is a very busy place. For 2018, it was the 11th-busiest airport in the US, handling 47.6 million passengers. Given the massive draw of Walt Disney World, it should be no surprise that MCO plays host to airlines from around the world, including Virgin Atlantic and Emirates, just to name a couple. And, along with the large passenger presence, there is also a healthy amount of GA and cargo traffic. Most aircraft will have their proper Real Color paint schemes, though you will see just a few white planes, as there are some airlines that serve KMCO that are not represented by Real Color paint schemes yet. The most notable will be from relatively new Canadian airlines Swoop (WSW) and Flair Airlines (FLE). ------- Like with Barcelona, you will find, within the main KMCO-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, graphic and text files of the traffic levels for each day, and a file within each day folder of the hourly traffic breakdown. It is recommended to place the KMCO-battlehawk77 folder in your main KMCO 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. Enjoy! -Gavin (battlehawk77) KMCO-battlehawk77-v1.1.zip
  3. I created 2 full day's schedules from different days for a change in dynamic at the airport and used them to create some extra options for some fun. Real Traffic is required but Real Color is your discretion. I have links to videos of each schedule to save space vs large embeds. Disclaimer: I was taking notes for fixes and ensuring the schedules were working so while I'm not great at the game this is lower than my usual "standard" of play quality. :) Likewise a few fixes were made after the video's. 12/31/2018 I figured with it being New Years Eve a number of people would be heading home and this turned out to be true with quite a busy period of early morning departures. Sadly not a lot of GA on the holiday Video showing an hour of play from this schedule. Download here 2/2/2019 A typical Saturday with busy in / out traffic. Reasonable number of GA flights. Video showing an hour of play from this schedule. Download here For both schedules I've done a fair amount of testing and believe I have fixed all of the schedule conflicts and issues if any are found just send me a message and I'll fix them. I have not looked at fixing the white planes at this time. Extras: I have felt that KMCO can handle more traffic than it currently see's and decided it would be fun to play that. So I took both of my two schedules and merged them together for a... Double traffic schedule: I did go through and advance by one flight number duplicate planes following the same routes etc similar to the original schedules that had a few departures and arrivals back at the airport. This also means more periods of the day are active to keep things rolling instead of a slow late evening. Video showing an hour of play from this schedule. Download here Scenario Play: For the first few here I wanted to focus in on some things I have done privately and as most people have experienced while flying which add some fun as written into the schedule with some basic guidelines for play. As such I have created two scenario's for weather related fun: Scenario 7am through 8am: Video Showing this scenario Bad weather has been in the area around MCO, at 7am a storm starts to move in. In an attempt to get in / out before the weather arrives a number of planes will seek departure and arrival prior to the airspace closing. At about 7:10 the airspace will close, departures remain active until about 7:12am. Planes en-route will be held in a pattern by ATC and not released into MCO control until the weather clears. Departures are able to push roll to staging but are not allowed to depart and must wait in staging areas. There is a route open out of the area but MCO must share it with all airports. If any plane is released into MCO airspace the tower can then depart a plane as it is MCO's turn. The weather pushes out of the area and the airport is free to resume normal operations at 7:30am. ATC will pull planes out of their patterns and queue them for arrival. Scenario 8pm through 9pm: Video Showing this scenario Weather is still in the area around MCO this evening however the impact is primarily with other airports. A number of airplanes must divert to MCO due to weather at their destinations. This will create a small spike of planes routed in and then later in the evening a spike of departures as they all head out to their intended destinations. Download the scenarios here Configure the airport how you see fit but mix it up and replay seeing what works best but most of all enjoy. The morning period is going to be the more hectic and demanding as it is peak departure time for the schedules and you will have to stack up the planes in an area attempting to allow flowing traffic without blocking major paths. Typically planes must still have a route to return to the gate if needed so keep that in mind. The second period is still active for that time of night but the activity comes and goes specific to the added traffic which was only a few planes. I adjusted these planes in the schedule to set destinations in the reasonable area to divert to MCO though I did not adjust their source. I also adjusted their flight number advancing it by one to avoid duplicate issues but you can identify each as they arrive and then depart within the regular schedule for the evening. The goal I set was to have as much of the schedule COMPLETED as possible by the end of the hour as a gauge of performance. I have more scenario ideas for the next airport I will be making schedules for which hopefully will not take too long. If you run into any bugs or problems please let me know and I will go correct them. The schedules were made in Excel so for the most part fixes are fairly easy to process. I hope that you enjoy and happy controlling!
  4. 🎉Happy New Year Controllers,🎉 Welcome to New Years in Orlando(KMCO)- Schedule from Tuesday, January 1, 2019 EDIT: January 14, 2019- NEW! snippet files have been added! Schedule includes the following: Airport file(had to add an airport) Airlines file GA file Schedule Terminal file Note: Be sure to backup your Real Traffic or other KMCO files before using this(or any other) schedules After you backup your KCMO files simply drop and drag the files in, feel free to use either the full schedule or one of the included snippet schedules! Check out my other schedules: KPHL- Halloween 2018 KSFO July 2018 KLAX Christmas 2017 Looking for a schedule for an airport not listed? or a newer schedule from the list above? Feel free to suggest it in the comments! 😁 Happy Controlling! 😁 KMCO- New Years 2019.zip
  5. What's up everyone, My name is Joe. Thanks for checking out my custom (REAL) traffic schedules. You can find me at ATControl --- YouTube Home playing this game. --- If you are using this in your games/videos/posts -- please make reference to ME as the owner (direct to YT channel) **Be sure to check out all my prior custom schedules for KLAX v1.0, KLAS, KLGA, KPHL, KLAX v2.0, KBOS, KPHX & KJFK! (links at the end of this post to all previous schedules) CUSTOM SCHEDULE #9 -- FULL day action from (KMCO) If you do not have the files at all -OR- need the updated files, you can visit my Dropbox and pick them up. **Please check back for edits to these drop box files. If edits are made, notations will appear below with the date the edit was made and what was changed** ==================================================== ((CURRENT GAME SCHEDULE -- 5/27/2018 at 9am EST)) EDIT -- 5/27/18 -- Updated kmco_schedule.txt file --- Fixed Frontier flight that had an extra digit on the arrival side. Dropbox updated. EDIT -- 5/18/18 -- Updated the kmco_airlines.txt file for SIL-3M-Silver Wings - Silver Airways. Incorrectly listed under a different airline (defunct airline). Dropbox updated. EDIT -- 5/17/18 -- Updated the kmco_airlines.txt file for Azul Airlines that was holding an incorrect callsign. Dropbox is updated with the current file. DROPBOX -- KMCO Custom Traffic Schedule *#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*# -- GOAL of the custom schedule is to eliminate huge gaps of no traffic at most times of the day. -- GOAL of using REAL WORLD schedule from a set day with complete flight schedule, correct aircraft types, and gates. *#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*# What to expect with MCO v1.0 : -- Increased Volume -- --- ~1250 commercial flights -- MCO was the 11th busiest airport by passenger traffic in the US in 2017 -- manage it! --- 90 !!!! GA flights added that will keep you busy on all sides of the airport *** You will see GA Operators -- Northshore, Mermaid, Volunteer, Talon, Gotham, Frosty & more! --- MCO runs seasonal traffic that adds up to 30-40 flights each year -- some of this seasonal traffic is included -- Up to date terminal setup based on a couple recent movements by airlines at MCO -- An overall revamp of a daily MCO schedule that eliminates massive gaps of no traffic during most hours of the day **** See the separate file for GA OPERATORS for quick reference***** *#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#*#* // Proper use of this CUSTOM schedule // 1. ALWAYS make a folder on your computer, in an easy to find location, and COPY all files from both FEELTHERE folder and your source folder (ex. Steam Folder). Schedules are in BOTH places and must be updated in BOTH places for it to work. 2. Once copied, Navigate to the airfields folder of BOTH tower folders. Copy all files from the zip file (except the readME file) into the MCO folder. All set! Quick Links to Prior Custom (REAL) Traffic Schedules KLAX #1 - v1.0 KLAS #2 -- v1.0 KPHL #3 -- v1.0 KLGA #4 - v1.0 KLAX #5 - v2.0 KBOS #6 -v1.0 Intro 2018 KPHX #7 -- v1.0 KJFK #8 -- v1.0 HAPPY CONTROLLING !!!
  6. 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
  7. With KMCO now out and with it being a mid-major international airport, the question will come up with what new liveries do I get if I download Real Color KMCO since there are already so many US airports available. Well here are the exclusive liveries in RC for KMCO: AAL|AA: {AMERICAN} American Airlines, United States B38M: BOEING 737-800 MAX, NARROW BODY JET [KMCO] ASA|AS: {ALASKA} Alaska Airlines, United States A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [KMCO] A321: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A321, NARROW BODY JET [KMCO] BAW|BA: {SPEED BIRD} British Airways, United Kingdom B77L: BOEING 777-200LR, WIDE BODY JET [KMCO] LPE|LP: {LAN PERU} LAN Peru, Peru A319: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A319, NARROW BODY JET [KMCO] A320: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320, NARROW BODY JET [KMCO] SWQ|WQ: {SWIFT FLIGHT} Swift Air, United States B734: BOEING 737-400, NARROW BODY JET [KMCO] AZU|AD: {Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras} Azul Airlines, Brazil A332: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A330-200, WIDE BODY JET [KMCO] MTN|C2: {MOUNTAIN} Mountain Air Cargo, United States C182: CESSNA 182, PROP [KMCO] SWG|WG: {SUNWING} Sunwing Airlines, Canada B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [KMCO] TSC|TS: {AIR TRANSAT} Air Transat, Canada B738: BOEING 737-800, NARROW BODY JET [KMCO] SIL|3M: {SILVER WINGS} Silver Airways, United States SF34: SAAB 340, TURBOPROP [KMCO] BHS|UP: {BAHAMAS} Bahamasair, Bahamas B735: BOEING 737-500, NARROW BODY JET [KMCO]
  8. Gabbor, @winsaudi found this bug while I was listing the new liveries in KMCO. There is a bug in the kmco_airlines.txt file. You have 2 different airlines with the same 3M IATA code. GFT, 3M, GULF FLIGHT, Gulfstream International Airlines, United States <- This line should be deleted. SIL, 3M, SILVER WINGS, Silver Airways, United States The line with GFT Gulf Flight needs to be deleted. Currently the :Silver Wings" flights are coming across as "Gulf Flight" Work around for the community: Delete the GFT line. Also if you get a chance, could you also fix Air Transport as it is missing the airline name field. There should be five parameters separated by commas. Air Transport only has 4. ATN, 8C, AIR TRANSPORT, United States <- Missing "Air Transport" airline name that should go between Call sign and County. ATN, 8C, AIR TRANSPORT, Air Transport, United States
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