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Schedule Mt different from SDK Traffic Tool Box


GSalden
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Hello team,

Currently I am testing the B777 engine sounds so I was looking for departure times at Schiphol.

In the MT schedule I find multiple B777 departures , but I do not see them depart.

So I checked with the SDK's Traffic Tool Box.

There they are not even their.

Am I missing something here ?

Attached the 2 scheduels and where you can see different and also the same departures.

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Whule it is warranted that if you don't program a flight it will not show up, there is no warranty a scheduled one really shows up. FSX is doing a lot of internal checks on every schedule, which are not documented, and only displays those that pass all of these test. FS AI traffic is programmed so that the list of aircraft you wish FSX to be displayed always is larger than what gets delivered. This difference is only small if less than 25 of all parkings are filled.

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Whule it is warranted that if you don't program a flight it will not show up, there is no warranty a scheduled one really shows up. FSX is doing a lot of internal checks on every schedule, which are not documented, and only displays those that pass all of these test. FS AI traffic is programmed so that the list of aircraft you wish FSX to be displayed always is larger than what gets delivered. This difference is only small if less than 25 of all parkings are filled.

You only can create reproducable results if you schedule one flight only.

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