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Deleting ot changing a airline in My Traffic 5.2?


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Hi, I was wondering how one goes about deleting or changing an airline / afct in My Traffic 5.2.?

At YMML airport Melb Australia, I see from occasion one of the default FSX aircraft as a AI afct.

If you want to check, go to YMML on a Sunday at 17:30 local time and you will see this flight

Orbit, Bombadier CRJ700 Rego VH-WBZ flight from YMML to YBCS

Thanks

Phillip

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I assume you have made a so called FSX "repair" once.

In scenery\world\scenery I assume you have a file trafficAircraft.bgl and trafficAircraft.bgl.passive? Just delete trafficAircraft.bgl.

Hi Burkhard, almost right,

I had a traffic.bgl from an older traffic program in that folder.

Tell me, is it possible to reasign parking spots at a airport for an airline?

e.g Emirates and Mayalisa airlines afct are parking at the cargo gates at YMML

Which of course is unrealistic

Thanks

Phil.

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This is part of the airport. Are you using the MyTraffic supplied airport, or another one?

The problem with YMML as supplied by Microsoft is that only 3 or so heavy gates can be placed at the jetways, there isn't enough space at the others, so heavies will utlilize the off building parkings near to the buildings. I never have seen any at the far cargo area, but of course if there are more than 8 heavies they have to go there.

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