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How do I add a "NEW" Airline to the parking code list


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There is no such list. Means you can use whatever you like in atc_parking_codes=XXX.


When landing somewhere, default ATC will search the AFCAD for a match, and try to send you down there.

So all you need to do is add the XXX Code to the appropriate parking spots on ALL AFCADs you plan to fly to (or you plan to send AI traffic to).



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Thanks, Wim! Maybe I shoulda asked "what airline code are you trying to add"? Like SWA for Southwest Airlines?? ICAO code can be Google searched for your airline. Edited by mrzippy

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dogdish kindly posted the full list of ATC airline and aircraft callsigns back in 2016 in this thread: https://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/showthread.php?298488-Recognized-ATC-Airlines-Types-and-Models

The full list of ICAO airlines codes is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_airline_codes

Edited by tiger1962

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The airline and aircraft callsigns list in the link are the DEFAULT ones.

My airlines.cfg has 4858(!) entries, most of them added by EditVoicePack.

Same can be said about the aircraft types.


BTW the thread is about parking codes.

This is what the FSX Accel SDK Help file says:




So as I said previously, you can put anything in there, as long as the entry in aircraft.cfg and in the AFCAD match. In MAIW packages for example, you'll find entries like "VX50", "VFA103" etc.

Not ICAO, but they work.



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