• Aerosoft Tool Simple Traffic for MSFS

    Aerosoft Tool Simple Traffic for MSFS

    Aerosoft Tool Simple Traffic has only one goal: to replace the default fictional liveries of the simulator with existing liveries. So, you see a lot of Delta aircraft at Atlanta, KLM at Schiphol, and Air France around Paris.

    It is a DLC for Microsoft Flight Simulator featuring real-world airline liveries and offline traffic routes and schedules. In Online AI mode, real-world liveries are selected according to the live traffic data feed within the sim. In Offline AI mode, liveries are selected according to the offline traffic routes and schedules included with Simple Traffic.

    Aerosoft Tool Simple Traffic for MSFS

    Simple Traffic includes liveries for over 175 real-world airlines, and new airline liveries are being added all the time. Offline AI traffic routes and schedules are derived from over 30 million records of real-world ADS-B flight data enabling pre-Covid airline traffic levels globally within the sim.

    Simple Traffic applies liveries to the native MSFS twin and four-engine jet, and regional-jet default AI models, which are optimized to minimize the impact on FPS. While primarily a stand-alone product it will also work equally well alongside other AI DLC or megapacks, acting as a generic fallback for the airline livery and model combinations those add-ons do not contain.

    Aerosoft Tool Simple Traffic for MSFS

    Features

    • Over 160 airlines included (more added with every update).
    • Over 1400 traffic routes for airports covered (more added with every update).
    • No impact on the frame rate.
    • Zero learning curve, install and forget, all settings are done via the standard simulator user interface.
    • Fully transparent to other DLC. Compatible with all airports.
    • Designed to work in AI ONLINE and AI OFFLINE mode.
    • Fantastic value for money.

    Aerosoft Tool Simple Traffic for MSFS

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    5 Comments
    1. The One and Only's Avatar
      The One and Only -
      Its cool they released it but I could have sworn they cancelled this a few months back in another news item?
    1. tirith63's Avatar
      tirith63 -
      I'll definitely pick this up. However, what I really need is a collection of AI aircraft to replace the ridiculous pointy-nosed clown aircraft that came with MSFS. Add that, and I'll pay for it twice!
    1. jmig's Avatar
      jmig -
      No GA or military aircraft. I am not interested.
    1. sky44's Avatar
      sky44 -
      Bought it yesterday but all I got was Aerosoft's Catalog!! No answer to any question from them or dealer.
    1. JSkorna's Avatar
      JSkorna -
      Quote Originally Posted by sky44 View Post
      Bought it yesterday but all I got was Aerosoft's Catalog!! No answer to any question from them or dealer.
      You install it through the Aerosoft One program. All you enter is your license and the program does the rest.
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