newbie question re landings by CV to /forum/atc-sim

ale9786 0 points

the airplane has to be within +/- 60 degrees of the runway centerline. If the planes are past the centerline then they are too late to land and will just keep going. Planes will automatically slow down when cleared to land. Now to slow down a plane on approach, you do the flightid S and the speed. So lets say "DL1234 S 150", and the delta plane will slow down to 150 knts. i suck at explaining so hope this helps.

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KONT Runway Headings (ATC-SIM)

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TakeOff- Changing runways by compuke77 to /forum/atc-sim

ale9786 1 point

So far there is no option for changing the runways for departure, but it is planned to be added as part of ATC-SIM 2.0.

SFO Depature by dcgiii to /forum/atc-sim

ale9786 0 points

I think it is because the aircraft has to be 3,000 feet above the airport's altitude. Usually if my aircrafts are taking off from 1L/1R, I expedite the climb and it works.

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Parallel Takeoffs (General)

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Tokyo Narita (ATC-SIM)

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