|Quoting Dellatorre (Reply 4):|
Too bad that doesn't work for FSX!!!
|Quoting QFA380 (Reply 3):|
Does adding AI affect add-ons like Traffic 2005? I want to add my own AI at the airports I fly mainly to, but don't want either one or the other.
|Quoting Jamesbuk (Reply 2):|
When i open up Ttools i get, just Traffic.BGL, i then Decompile that and get
WEres the Aircraft030538 file? is it not there because ultimate traffic is there?
Also when i click on just one of the .txt it highlights 2 others.
#4- Its flightplan time, this does take some getting used to. Go back to Ttools and again decompile, this time open the flightplan030528 file these are the flightplans used by Orbit, Landmark and Global Freightways etc. As I like flying with real world airlines I simply copied these to a file in my documents in case I wanted to use them later. Once that was done I deleted all of the out of flightplans030528 file. To write the flightplan you must convert all local times to GMT.
Below is a daily flight for Virgin Blue,
AC#60 - This is the aircraft number you assigned in Aircraft030528 file.
VH-VBF - The aircrafts registration
10%- This is used in connection with the traffic density slider, I always use 10% as my default when typing the flightplans.
24Hr- There are several different times to add to this it can be 2Hr, 4Hr, 8Hr, 12Hr, 24Hr, Week. If you add anything under 24Hr you will get the same flight every 2,4,8, or 12 hours if you want it to look like real world stick with 24Hr or WEEK (which we will get to later).
IFR- You can have your flights either IFR or VFR
Then comes the flight times this one departs Sydney at 20:29 GMT 10:29AM Local and arrives in Brisbane at 21:54 GMT 11:54AM Local, you will notice a @ symbol being used this will force the plane to arrive at that time and if you lowered the cruise speed to 200 knots earlier you MUST use this symbol.
310- This is the flight level that it will climb to
F- This means ATC will call the plane by Airline and flight number e.g. "Virgin 203" adding and R instead of F will have ATC calling it "VBF"
YBBN- This is the airport code, you must start the days flying at the airport you are going to end the days flying at if you are using 2,4,8,12, or 24 hour flight plans. So in the case above we depart Sydney for Brisbane and the last flight on the plan is 276 to YSSY.
You must write the plan as complete with commas, above using GMT to show departure and arrival times, the airline websites all have timetables which makes planning easy just convert the times shown to GMT and you should have no problems.
For International flights its largely the same principle, but you add WEEK instead of 2,4,8,12 or 24Hrs. And they are a longer flight plan as it goes on a 7 day week instead of 24 Hours, below is a QF744 weekly flight plan,
mdavies06 wrote:If you are on FS2004 / FS9 and you do not get a parking spot, did you first of all contact ground after landing AND did you properly turn off from the runway and align nicely along the taxiways when you exit the runway? If you turn off the active runway into grass and not taxiway, you will not get the proper handoff to contact ground.
If you contacted ground and you were not given the option in the menu to park, first thing to check is whether there are any free gate per your plane size.
If there are no free gate because you have so many traffic and not enough large gates, what I usually do is to change the gate settings in AFCAD to create sufficient number of large gates with gate size large enough to cover all the peak traffics that need a gate at any time of day.
If you want proof of this, try land into DXB at the same hour as your last flight but fly in using a Cessna. It will increase the chance of getting a gate as a Cessna can take a gate of almost any size in an airport, but A380 will not.
Regarding the %, I believe what it meant is if the AI flight plan wrote 10%, and in the game you set the traffic density between 1-9%, you will NOT see the flight operates. If the density is set between 10-100%, you will see the flight operates.
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