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Hello,

 

I am considering to buy MyTraffic 6 but before I would like to know how this add-on deals with AI traffic when my aircraft will be on final. It is very frustratig to land and see an AI traffic lining up when you are on short final. Is there a function to disable traffic ahead of my aircraft, or an internal process which avoids this kind of situation ?

 

Thanks in advance for informations

Best regards,

 

Jean-philippe

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Hi Jean-philippe:

 

There is a software product called Super Traffic Board. The site is at:

http://supertrafficboard.com/

 

This really nice software provides many types of AI flight info and many other features.

It includes a function to manage AI that may interfere with user aircraft landing.

It works on FSX, FSX:SE, P3Dv1/v2 and is in beta for P3Dv3.x

 

You can find the product forum here:

http://forum.simflight.com/forum/119-flying-w-simulation/

so you can check it out before buying.

If you have any questions, Simon (the author) is very good at monitoring the forum and responding quickly.

 

I hope it helps.

Cheers, Mike

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