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MSFS How to properly implement MARS in MSFS2020?


MARS system, Multiple Aircraft Ramp System, is used widely in Turkey. Especially in Istanbul, this is crucial. It doubles the terminal gate capacity. Question is:
1- How to properly implement this system in MSFS 2020 sceneries?
Is putting 2 mediums and 1 heavy at the same spot enough? Example picture below. What is the correct way to achieve this? (Satellite image attached below)

Satellite image:

2- How to achieve this behaviour with the jetways? As it can be seen from the satellite image above, when there is a widebody parked at main gate, both jetways are connected. When 2 narrowbody/mediums are parked at L and R respectively, one jetway per aircraft is used. Is there a way to achieve this behaviour in MSFS 2020?

Thank you.
The big question is how to utilize the jetways, because I do not think setting up the gates is a big problem considering first image shows some sort of solution (I did not try this before).
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