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the data collected is in the xml format. i did find a hard copy of the data in the just flight package that is downloaded from the flight data. i think the data files are good size, but if you are going to use them in a flight planning program, you have to convert them to.csv format for use with the most programs. i opened the data files in excel, converted to a.csv file, loaded in the apl, and it displayed the data. however, i found that there was no date or time information available in the xml data files.

besides the xml data files, i also was able to download a csv file, which i converted to.csv using excel. this file has date and time information and is much easier to import into the apl, so it is definitely a more versatile file.

as a note, i think the apl is very handy for analyzing the data and would be willing to try using it for managing my airports and dispatching flights. i think it will be much more helpful to dispatchers if they can easily sort the data based on the aircraft, time, and date.

for example, i would like to be able to change the dispatching group, aircraft, and flight details so that i can view the data as i would want to view it. for example, i want to see the dispatching group, aircraft, and flight details displayed as i would want to see them.

if you are going to simulate a busy airport, then there are three main things that you need to consider before building the traffic. the first is a database of the airport. this would include the runway layout and taxiways, parking areas, and ramp areas. the second is the taxi routes. this would be the typical taxiways that are used to taxi aircraft to the runway.

a total of 38 aircraft are in the simulation for the airport. each has a unique aircraft type, unique manufacturer, unique engine type, unique flight number, unique tail number, unique registration number, and unique serial number. they also each have a unique taxi route and each has a unique location.
i’ve always used the default airport files which have the aircraft on the ground. the default version of traffic 360 is no different. if you’re using the default version, your aircraft will be on the ground unless you have a non-default airport.
the general feedback i have seen on flight reviews and at various forums is the most glaring issue is the performance. compared to wt3, it is not at all on par and i have seen some reports of drivers getting conflicted or issues with drivers on windows xp. i am playing on windows 7 with an ssd and i do not experience the issues that others are reporting. i was able to establish a stable connection of about 20 aircraft and 4000 to 6000 traffic, not very impressive for a program that claims to be simulating the whole world.
one of the interesting features about traffic global is the ability to change the aircraft type at an airport, not just for aircraft types but different airports even have different types of aircraft based on the region. this can be a fun feature to play with and when the aircraft is flying it is very realistic, but it does get confusing when you are trying to get to a destination. with wt3, you just type in the destination and it finds the closest airport, but if you are a little off you get stuck at an airport on the ground until you can get to a terminal to change. in this case a quick click on the marker will switch you to the next available flight, but i will say it can be a very frustrating process.


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