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I thought I was being specific.
* What came out was absolutely nothing like what was on the ground at the airport. Aircraft which were on the groud not in timetable and vice versa.
* when I checked the timetable as created by AIFP3, the day wasn't relevant because the timetable didn't match the aircraft I had at Alicante no matter what day I looked at.
* The issue I have is that when I create a timetable (attached) for a specific airport (In this case, Alicante) and then go to Alicante in the sim, noting the time and date, none of the aircraft in the flight plan are showing at Alicante and none of the aircraft on the ground at Alicante show in the timetable
Yes. that's all true. BUT, it doesn't matter, The times you see in AIFP - including the timetable - are based on whatever timezone the user has selected on AIFP's Main Panel. AIFP is accompanied by an 80-page used manual with a helpful table of contents. See the final paragraph of Section 3.1.I'm failing to see the relevance of time zone. The flightplans are written in UTC, compiled in in UTC and when I go to an airport I check in UTC. What am I missing?
Not sure how this is helpful. If you would be specific as to the error(s) you see with Alicanti, I have no doubt we can determine the cause of the problemsI've started to create a fresh flight plan from scratch and just a few aircraft. I'll get back to you as soon as I've tested it.
The "age card" doesn't get you any points with me. I'll be 80 on my next birthday.(it's an age thing)
When a traffic file works generally (as seems to be the case here) but specific aircraft don't show up anywhere, it's usually due to a problem with the aircraft. AIFP has no way of checking for issues with aircraft. If the aircraft.cfg file includes the title of an aircraft in the flight plan file, AIFP uses it. The simplest way to diagnose such issues is to substitute stock aircraft which you know for certain are OK. The Traffic Toolbox Explorer is also very useful in clarifying such situations.The Vueling and Air Europa flights don’t show at the airport
This would seem to confirm my earlier suggestion that multiple traffic files affecting the airport of interest are in use.looking at the list above, let’s take the LTU D-ALTH which landed at 10.37 and departed at 11.25. Now this isn’t in the flightplan but is clearly in another flightplan, somewhere. Maybe WoA, for example.
The timetable under the Flight Plans menu only displays aircraft/flights programmed in the flight plan file/set/traffic file loaded into AIFP. (This is clearly stated in Section 6.1 of the User Manual.) If you want to view traffic from multiple traffic files in a timetable you must use the Traffic and Parking Analyser . (This is what I meant by my earlier comment re unrealistic user expectations.)Now maybe I’ve got this all wrong. Maybe the Timetable created in AIFP3 is only designed to include aircraft in flightplans compiled by AIFP3. I thought it was a “picture” of all aircraft at that particular airport.
No apology needed. There was no need for me to load the new flight plans. The reasons for what you see as issues were easy to explain once you identified them. (In any case, none of these issues could have been duplicated on my system without installing all the aircraft you used and having all the traffic files active on your system also active on mine. )My apologies for the lack of spacing. I separated everything into columns but when I posted it all the spaces had disappeared.