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    Default Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport

    Added the two runways of Kingsford Smith Airport which extend out over Botany Bay.

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    Default Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport

    With some photo-scenery I have seen in FSX I have been taxing down towards the runway and passed over the image of a 737 flattened like a pancake beneath me which came from the original satellite image.

    This kind of spoiled the enjoyment of that airport.

    With my addon scenery the photo scenery for Sydney airport has being heavily modified and as you can see below there are no aircraft of any size at Sydney Kingsford Smith airport.

    The rest of today will be spent compiling the scenery into FSX and doing some tests.

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    It just keeps getting better all the time!!

    Michael

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    Default Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport

    Many pictures of Sydney airport show nice green grass along the edge of the runways...however as seen at the far bottom of the below picture at times the grass is far from green.

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    Default Aircraft Timetable

    There will be more screenshots later this week but in the mean time I am adding an accurate AI Traffic to FSX and P3D using actual time tables for March 2018.



    This will allow me to track individual aircraft and plot the actual airports that aircraft flew to that day.

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    Big updates in progress.


    1. I am progressing with adding AI traffic to FSX and P3D and have a more accurate timetable to create the flight schedules... creating thr schedule in AI Flight Planner 3 is now more accurate and the arrival times are now within 10 minutes of the actual "live" arrivals.

    2. Every airport in Australia will reflect traffic that went to it 12th March 2018

    3. As the schedules are added I am creating new textures for the AI

    4. By default the sounds of AI in FSX sound like a vacuum cleaner....... this afternoon I am replacing the sounds with a whole new sound set for airbuses and Boeing which are so much better to listen to...... such as taxi, landing and takeoff.

    5. All AI have now been fitted with better lights which look much better than stock FSX lighting.

    6. Lighting at the airports and on the runways have been enhanced.

    7 The addition of new AI schedules for March 12th will take about a month to complete.

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    A screenshot taken while doing some testing in FSX with new night light effects.

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    Hi!

    A endeavour by itself!
    Don't know much about the AI planes world but maybe a kind of 'open' structure would be fine because, in, say 2 or 3 years, your timetables could be updated. Like said, I'am not a specialist into that but you might check with those who know
    Gérard Guichard, Dijon, Burgundy, France. i5 Intel processor, 4 Go of Ram, Nvidia GeForce 920MX, DirectX 12.0, and FSX Gold Edition with SP1, SP2. My personal flightsim website is at http://flightlessons.6te.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by flightsimg View Post
    Hi!

    A endeavour by itself!
    Don't know much about the AI planes world but maybe a kind of 'open' structure would be fine because, in, say 2 or 3 years, your timetables could be updated. Like said, I'am not a specialist into that but you might check with those who know
    Yes it would be much easier to use existing AI packages and actually have used Ultimate Traffic 2..... however with UT2 2016 schedule I see issues such as 2 aircraft....Qantas and Virgin Australia........flying side by side in many cases.

    Qantas flies a 717 and according to UT2 the 717 for Qantas operates under Airlink.

    Airlink in Australia only has an Air Operator's Certificate for the Beech 1900D, Piper PA31-350, Cessna 310R aircraft and the Piper PA30 Twin Comanche aircraft.

    They do not have an Operator Certificate for a Boeing 717-23S which fly the Qantas livery today using the Air Operator Cobham Aviation Services



    OK yes I know it is impossible for UT2 to be completely accurate but I am all too happy to have the aircraft added into the sim with as much correct detail as possible.

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    Night lighting at Armidale Airport in FSX

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