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Thread: Loganair BN-2 from Inverness to Glasgow

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    Default Loganair BN-2 from Inverness to Glasgow

    Here's a collection of shots showing what's possible with AI Traffic in MSFS these days, featuring the excellent BlackBox Islander. I use Aerosoft Simple Traffic with the (naughty, naughty) RLTS offline package. I have AI Traffic set to Offline with the slider down to just 5%, and ground traffic set to 100%. It's not supposed to work like that but it does on my rig! Generic models are switched Off of course.

    At the gate in Inverness with a few RLTS executive jets in the background:

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    Looking the other way at a Simple Traffic EasyJet:

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    Taxiing past a couple of RLTS ATR's:

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    Cruising over the lochs and glens in clear skies - and this is Live Weather in Scotland in November!

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    Just above the right aileron is a passing airliner, just visible:

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    Approaching Glasgow and there are four aircraft lining up on the final approach, just visible above and between the left and right wingtips:

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    Being overtaken by an RLTS TUI flight:

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    On final approach and I'd be blinded by the light if the sunshade didn't actually work:

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    Taxiing to the gate at a bustling Glasgow airport - I hope there's room for a little 'un!

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    At the gate with doors open - yes it can be done with 3rd party aircraft:

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    Looks like it was a good flight. Enjoyed your shots and narration.

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    Great shots Tim, I've worked on a good few Logan air aircraft.

    Col.

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    I like what I see Tim!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peer01 View Post
    I like what I see Tim!
    For once I have to agree with Jan! Nice shots Tim!!
    Being an old chopper guy I usually fly low and slow.

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    A good flight and nice AI Tim. Well documented with shots and narrative.
    Larry

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    Re-read your original post Tim, you found a workaround, I like it mate. I'm always tinkering to find workarounds.

    Always remember one of the bosses at work when I did a workaround and he said, "Why didn't I think of that?"

    Col.

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    Thanks fellas, and Col, I've also edited the default trafficAircraft.bgl with AIFP to remove the airliners so that it only runs GA aircraft and doesn't conflict with RLTS or Simple Traffic. Quite a job but it seems to be working!
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    Tim, can't you do that by just putting the airline slider to zero and just have GA, or isn't option available on the new FS?

    Col.

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    Very nicely done Tim!

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