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Thread: Help, flightplan analyser utility in FS9. What is the programme?

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    Default Help, flightplan analyser utility in FS9. What is the programme?

    I used to use a programme that would analyse my flight plans and then let me know how many flights arrived & departed in a 24 hour period, as well as hourly. I'm sure it would also tell me how many heavy, medium & small gates I needed at this particular airport. Does anyone remember the name of the utility please?

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    Both AI Flight Planner and AI Traffic Mover will create "airport timetables" of arrivals and departures at a given airport.
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    Thanks for your reply but that wasn't the one; I've managed to find it though . It's the brilliant 'aischedule'.

    http://rudhs.se/AISchedule/

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    Thanks Tom, it's the gate usage which 'aischedule' displays that I found extremely useful; I use the other programmes but they don't do that.

    http://rudhs.se/AISchedule/

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