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Maximum cruising altitude for aircrafts (ATC-SIM)

submitted by federbear to /forum/atc-sim

Got a 4k monitor, it fixed all spawn glitches and departures can get up to altitude before the arrivals come in. by ryannayr140 to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Yes, it is a quite useful solution. But it does not solve violations between arriving planes.

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Departing plane and langing plane on the same runway does not cause violation (ATC-SIM)

submitted by federbear to /forum/atc-sim

Chained commands are now available. by jlink to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Next question: What is the expected behaviour at landings. I have used the C 2 L combination and the plane got clearence for landing. It was on the right direction and hight. When I used the C 270 C 3 L combination, the plane was flying heading 0 on flightlevel 4 and the app displayed this: DAL1421: Fly heading 270°. Descend and maintain 3000 feet. (Invalid command)

It looks like to me the app will execute all commands in the chain immediately. Is it true?

Chained commands are now available. by jlink to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Ok, Then I'm testing it without route chain.

Violation Bug - So ANNOYING by jacklennon123 to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Use the H command. It has a bug as well. Holding aircraft does not cause violation.

Chained commands are now available. by jlink to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Hi!

I have begun to use the chain in Atlanta.

Command c 2 c emjaa c hedeg c panol: The displayed text is:DAL924: Descend and maintain 2000 feet. Vector to EMJAA. Vector to HEDEG. Vector to PANOL.

It looks like the plane follows the last command that was c PANOL

federbear

Scores Not Posting by donmclaren48 to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Have you checked the top scores? The highest score is 114 / 115 from November....

Insight into BUD / LHBP operations by jlink to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 1 point

Hi!

Operations looks like: Landings: 13L if the 13R is closed because the gliding path is over buildings, otherwise just for departing planes. 13R for all kind of landing traffic.

31R all kind of arriving passenger planes + arriving heavy cargos (757, 767, 747, A300...) 31L All private landings, smaller cargos (737 TNT) and turboprop, etc.

Departs: 13L for all passanger flights. Evening cargo flights despite of the long taxiway because of the noise rules. 13R for smaller planes. Private or smaller cargo (smaller than 737) or military planes.

31R if the 31L is closed otherwise it is just for landings. 31L All kind of departures.

federbear

No score recorded after a long game becase my session is expired. by to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

It is interesting. The forum showed guest again. It is possible that the firefox has opened the page and I replied as a guest... :)

federbear

No conflict alert in Hold by AndrewUK to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

I have tried out this and it is still an issue. All planes can hold the same altitude despite either separation violation or even mid-air collision.

Altitude by Mac1 to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Check the field elevation: It is 672 in ORD. It means 672 + 500 = 1172, therefore you can not use the C 1 command.

Uncontrollable plane after runway change command (L after L). by federbear to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Thx. I guess it is an application failure if a plane can land out of runway.

Hand-offs appearing too close together causing a separation error immediately. by PATCO 81 to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Another solution can be if the App displays all aircrafts which will enter soonest. I think about entry point, direction, altitude and speed. I think if we had this kind of information, it would be more exciting and realisitc.

Hand-offs appearing too close together causing a separation error immediately. by PATCO 81 to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Another solution can be if the App displays all aircrafts which will enter soonest. I think about entry point, direction, altitude and speed. I think if we would have this kind of information, it will be more exciting and realisitc.

KORD Traffic Update by ce2121 to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Thx!

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Terrain in ATC? (ATC-SIM)

submitted by federbear to /forum/atc-sim

Uncontrollable plane after runway change command (L after L). by federbear to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

It is OK and I understand how Abort works. But I have tried to use another alternative and it seems to me that causes error. I think flying right above the surface isn't allowed to a passenger plane :-)

Uncontrollable plane after runway change command (L after L). by federbear to /forum/atc-sim

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After the sidestep it was clear the plane couldn't reach the other runway. Therefore I have tried to send it towards to a waypoint to get enough distance for a new L command. I have tried C command later to send the plane to somewhere without success. S command has worked.

Separation doesn't count. I have not tried H command in the first case. In the second test the plane landed between the two runways and then I could use C command to send it towards an waypoint.

Check this video. It's quite simmilar but it lands out of runway or it means the plane flies 13 feet above the surface....

https://youtu.be/y9RblEGaIQ0

Uncontrollable plane after runway change command (L after L). by federbear to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

I have tried another thing. It can land anywhere and moving forward on the "surface". It accepts C command to climb and a waypoint too.

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Uncontrollable plane after runway change command (L after L). (ATC-SIM)

submitted by federbear to /forum/atc-sim

Command chaining by jlink to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

Great suggestion. I agree.

Command chaining by jlink to /forum/atc-sim

federbear 0 points

I think a Hold command should be great as well. For example: FlightID H ABCDE.