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    Quote Originally Posted by defaid View Post
    The spots all look ok in the airport.

    Take a look in their aircraft.cfg files to check whether or not those particular [fltsim.XX] entries have lines saying something like

    atc_parking_type = CARGO
    atc_parking_code = FDX

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    Found it, Thanks
    I'm figuring this AI stuff out slowly but surely.LOL

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    I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong by changing a few parking spots. Picture 2 (Original), AI aifcraft working correctly at airport.
    Picture 1(Modified) no AI aircraft showing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defaid View Post
    atc_parking_code = FDX
    Sorry, but it isn't right. It should be 'atc_parking_codes', codes with 's' in plural. Otherwise it wouldn't work. An error I see again and again.

    Bernard

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    Quote Originally Posted by defaid View Post
    The spots all look ok in the airport.

    Take a look in their aircraft.cfg files to check whether or not those particular [fltsim.XX] entries have lines saying something like

    atc_parking_type = CARGO
    atc_parking_code = FDX

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    Quote Originally Posted by leuen View Post
    Sorry, but it isn't right. It should be 'atc_parking_codes', codes with 's' in plural. Otherwise it wouldn't work. An error I see again and again.

    Bernard

    As I wrote above, "something like..."

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    BOTH entries should have the ending s...

    I.E atc_parking_types= and atc_parking_codes=

    I would also suggest that the parking type should be changed to RAMP_CARGO (as opposed to simply CARGO) as that is the correct parking spot designation type......

    If using multiple codes on a single spot each code should divided by a comma as these examples
    FDX,UPS or FDX, UPS
    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by longbreak754 View Post
    BOTH entries should have the ending s...

    I.E atc_parking_types= and atc_parking_codes=

    I would also suggest that the parking type should be changed to RAMP_CARGO (as opposed to simply CARGO) as that is the correct parking spot designation type......

    If using multiple codes on a single spot each code should divided by a comma as these examples
    FDX,UPS or FDX, UPS

    Regarding the ending s...

    Yes. Sorry -- it's one drawback of replying to posts during teabreaks at work.

    Concerning the parking type, this is from Microsoft, through FSDeveloper. What I found online was written for FSX / ESP but it is the same as the list given in the doc that ships with the Aircraft Container SDK for FS2004 (another image added). The same list is found in aircraft editing tools:

    "The valid values may be one or more of the following: RAMP, CARGO, GATE, DOCK, MIL_CARGO, MIL_COMBAT."

    I'd be interested in learning where you found reference to RAMP_CARGO. It's a parking type that I haven't seen before in an aircraft.cfg, only ever in airport editing software.

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    Would anyone have an example of a helicopter flight plan?

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    AC#1,KELLET,50%,24Hr,IFR,14:00:32,14:22:02,050,F,0001,POPH,14:30:52,14:52:22,050,F,0002,5CAM

    It's a Kellet flight from Camden, PA to Philadelphia Post Office roof and back.



    Helicopter flightplan are exactly the same as for normal aircraft. But all my helicopter flights use separate ADE with runways of 300 ft length.

    Bernard

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    Quote Originally Posted by leuen View Post
    AC#1,KELLET,50%,24Hr,IFR,14:00:32,14:22:02,050,F,0001,POPH,14:30:52,14:52:22,050,F,0002,5CAM

    It's a Kellet flight from Camden, PA to Philadelphia Post Office roof and back.



    Helicopter flightplan are exactly the same as for normal aircraft. But all my helicopter flights use separate ADE with runways of 300 ft length.

    Bernard
    Thank you

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    Brian (or anyone),
    Also curious about this statement:

    "If using multiple codes on a single spot each code should divided by a comma as these examples
    FDX,UPS or FDX, UPS"

    Are you referencing the actual parking spots in the "Parking Codes" section? I can enter commas all day long and save, but when I reopen the parking spot for editing, they are no longer there.

    Thanks,

    Neil

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