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How to change/add flights?


ryanbatc
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I'm doing an ADEX of my home airport, KDLH. I put in the few gates we have and now there's a bunch of Fedex 727's - which we don't have in real life... and fedex doesn't park at the terminal anyway... but I can fix that issue later...

So how do I go about changing what airlines arrive and depart Duluth?

I already put the trafficdatabasebuilder.exe into the MyTraffic folder...

The manual isn't very specific unless I'm missing that section.

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The automatic scheduling creates flights that you order by creating the parkings. So if you create a bunch of RAMP_CARGO it will generate cargo traffic, if you create Gate_small 18m you will see B737 or A320, if you only create Gate_small 14m you will see only CRJ, ERJ or Dash8s etc.

Besides this, if you want to go still more specific, there are several tools that help you. Inside the editor, you can add flights from the Airline properties dialog. Or use the network plan tool. Another option is that you define some preferences for an automatic scheduling. There is a multitude of options you have.

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