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EGLL has an efficient layout, with its double perimeter taxiways.  Actually, KJFK is similar in that regard, and you can get a very rough idea of how EGLL will play by closing the 22/4s at KJFK, and using the 13/31s, only allowing intersection takeoffs from 13R/31L to make the length comparable.  It's not the same because the terminals are laid out differently,  and the directions of the outer/inner perimeter taxiways are reversed, but it give you a general sense of the flow.

 

Andrew

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hello ,barcelona airport, Lebl ,will be nice ,2 paralel rwy and 1 cross, separate terminals for tower 3dpro .

rgrds 

jordi 

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We learned in a hard way to don't publish timelines :)

All I can tell you is that KMCO is next followed by an European release from us.

Vic

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I think Gatwick with its single runway or maybe Manchester would add more variety and challenge? Heathrow would be more of the same as say LAX or JFK but it would add more airline/liveries to the mix I guess. 

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7 minutes ago, kevinstoop said:

EHAM ( Schiphol , Netherlands ) , would be great too.

I second that.  We have had a lot of parallel and perpendicular runway setups lately.  EHAM would be a refreshing change of pace.

 

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