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FSX No Entry Taxiway

Not really Steve, if both ends are connected to a taxiway system then both ends will get used, you ask enter to where?
But!! with tricky stuff you can, but may be severely restricted
lets say you have 2 parking spots, A and B, A is connected "only" to the runway ends so will use one way to the runway for take off
what you now need is an exit connected to A or B, one way for landing, so you now need to break the runway black line near each of the start so they cannot get to A if required, so B will not obviously be able to take off
of course if they run over the break in the black line then they're going to use A two way
I seem to remember doing something like this for someone 10yrs ago at a small island airport whether my memory is correct on what i did here i don't know, cant remember :)
George or Tom have greater experience with the plumbing method than myself here and add something i'm missing...............
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