FSX GA-Traffic second release candidate. GA-Traffic is the first fully automatic general aviation (GA) traffic generator, now for FSX. Features: Generate GA traffic for every installed airport of the whole FSX world at once; Fully automatic detection of installed planes and airports; Simulate dif...
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 6.59 MB
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- Scanned 29 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
For quite some time, I had grown a bit tired of FSX; the reason being that I had got quite used to using the brilliant GA-Traffic for flight simulators, and not having access to it when I was using FSX was killing me! This really was one of my favorite mods in the past and when it finally got a release for FSX I literally jumped up and punched the air! As the world’s first – and only – general aviation traffic generator, this makes the entire world around you feel so much more impressive. It generates some typical traffic for every airport that is on the planet, giving you absolute control over the way that the world around you works.
For something that is such an important part of being a pilot – managing and dealing with other aircraft – this was such a huge introduction for me. It made such a massive difference to my own perspective and beliefs about how a simulator should look, and with the help of the automatic detection of all installed aircraft and airports this manages to populate them and make the whole world feel generally a bit more realistic than it did in the past, which can only be a good thing!
The auto detection works excellent for making sure that the busiest airports can stay possible to fly into and make sure that you do not get stuck in a large lag spike, thanks to the algorithm that is being used in the background to power the system. This really makes it easy for you to get around and enjoy the better atmosphere and life in the world, without having to suffer from a performance dip – for me, this was win/win.
The airport selection process works expertly, too, by managing to pick up the right aircraft for the right place. For example, you only spot an amphibian aircraft near a seaport and this makes it feel a lot more appropriate, as well.
Now, various other additions have been such as livery selection so that everything looks as it should and ensures the airport looks as realistic as possible. Additionally, the ‘Make AI’ feature that was included is absolutely brilliant for reducing the overall loading requirements. To do this, it reduces the texture size of all add-ons when flying, ensuring that performance will not be affected as much and also ensuring that the airport can continue to look great without causing an overall slowdown across the planet.
To deal with this and give yourself a better chance of getting aviation going that feels realistic and truly enjoyable, you should really consider picking up this package. I was massively impressed with it and, having used it in the past, had a really level of expectation heading in. It was very simple to get working and also to make sure that I was using it properly, giving me a wide range of control over the world that was around me whilst also making a big difference to the overall look and feel the aircraft and their behavior throughout the world.
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