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    Default Question about compiling flight plans in TTools.....

    I've been working on adding real world flights to BWI airport and I know that the compiler will calculate the ETA on the flights when you enter the departure time. Question is, when doing the return leg of a flight plan, can you enter the ETA and have the compiler calculate the departure time instead of vice versa???? I have the arrival times so it would be cool if it did this instead of trying to estimate the departure time at the other airport. Thanks for the help!!

    Eric

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    Default RE: Question about compiling flight plans in TTools.....

    No, since TTools doesn't know how long the plane should spend on the ground. Real flights vary between 20 minutes and many hours on the ground.

    Hope this helps,
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