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AI landing issue at Aerosoft EDDS Stuttgart

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I have installed EDDS on FSX SP2. When I see the AI landing they usually land in the last third of the runway of both directions with a v/s of 3000-5000 ft/min. They aso brake wirthin 200m when touching the ground. Can I do something against this issue. .

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It's not an answer, just another question to the above: 

 

Could it be due to the 'broken links' the developer used for managing AI traffic on their runways?

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Does this happen during the first 30 minutes only, or also after AI is fully running? FSX forces aircraft to land even when they are initiated later than they should start descend, these often come in to late on low altitude airports.  

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Does this happen during the first 30 minutes only, or also after AI is fully running? FSX forces aircraft to land even when they are initiated later than they should start descend, these often come in to late on low altitude airports.  

 

I have this problem in UK2000's Heathrow v3 on Rwy 09L  but on 27R AI always lands ok.

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But it's a addon by Aerosoft. I do also a loading for weather engine at 30minutes turnarounds. The active runway usually changes on first weather injecting. But I do this way at other addon aiports, too. And haven't this issue.

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