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Tutorial: Jim Vile's Crosswind Runways

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This is so cool, thanks a million!!!
I have been so frustrated with KLAS not using the other set of runways along with the primaries and now thanks to this tutorial, all are handling Ultimate Traffic II at 100%. Really neat to see them landing and taking off just like in the real world.

Thanks again for taking the time to describe the procedure in such a well detailed document.

Happy Flying!
 

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There was one inactive link which I have removed. The link in the first post here works - I just checked it
 
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Thanks for your answers, yes it is working now, don't know why it was not this morning...
 
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