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FS2004 Flight Simulator AI Traffic Separation

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FS2004 Flight Simulator AI Traffic Separation. With this tool you will be able to separate the traffic inbound to an airport defining a set of paremeters like minimun separation, desired separation, reduced separation zone, reducing the annoying go arounds that the AI engine of FS2004 can cause. By Armando Di Francesco.

AI Traffic Editor

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
aiseparation.exe03.17.0584.00 kB
FSAIS.INI03.17.05127 B
Readme.htm03.17.0544.72 kB
filelist.xml03.17.05260 B
image001.jpg03.17.05149.81 kB
image002.jpg03.17.0550.26 kB
image003.png03.17.056.60 kB
image004.jpg03.17.053.64 kB
Thumbs.db02.13.0511.00 kB
Readme_files03.17.050 B
Airports_FS2004.csv02.17.05631.02 kB
Readme.txt03.17.052.21 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ03.17.05436 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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jrd929Sun, 27 Jun 2010 00:33:14 GMT
Good tool if you like having a lot of traffic, but not all at once. The directions could be easier to understand, but it's still very useful. Don't forget to start it up after you start FS2004.

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