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Excessive traffic at terminal 5 heathrow

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Hi,

I've just reinstalled P3D  on a new hard drive. I have installed aerosoft heathrow and noticed that at terminal 5 all the gates are occupied even on really low traffic settings, I need to go below 5% before the number of aircraft reduces, the rest of the airport is populated appropriately to the traffic settings (so at 10% there are hardly any planes except at terminal 5). I didn't have this issue prior to reinstalling, so am confused as to why this is happening. Any ideas?

Kind regards

EDIT: I've also noticed the Paris Charles De Gaulle has a similar problem

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Typically this can be soved by moving MyTraffic in scenery library down, below all addon airports, above South America.

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There are several ideas what could be the case, but maybe check with the 6.0a update first if this is still the case. (To be announced very soon)

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I've a similar issue.

 

With 6a 5 Beta I put down my traffic percentage under 30 because on every Airport almost every gate was occupied. Now it looks better but it's still very busy on the airports.

 

I have also a lot of Airplanes with the same registrations on the airports. For example yesterday on FlyTampa Copenhagen 18:05 UTC five or six times the same registrations of some airplanes.

 

Unfortunately with P3D v3.1 Aidupe doesn't work anymore so i can't fix it manually.

 

By the way I had also 11 Iberia express planes in Copenhagen at this time.

 

I don’t know if I did something wrong or there a some bugs in it.

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I see the textures of the A320 from SAS and Ibe express are exchanged, so there will be lots of SAS at Madrid. Will come in a patch, or just exchange the folder A320\Texture.My218 and texture.My219.

 

The aircraft will be called Scandinavian and run as SAS flight numbers at least.

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