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FS2004 Time Table for selected Aircraft at selected Airport

Hi Don,

it's me again, sorry

It looks like there is something wrong...

I selected an aircraft (Air China Cargo Boeing 747-400(F)) und an airport ZSPD.
then I right-clicked on: Time Table for selected Aircraft at selected Airport
the result makes not much sense: arrivels and departures dont make much sense for me
watch the attached picture:



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Good morning (here)/good afternoon (there) Herman. The aircraft context menu is meant to initiate certain functions also available from the Aircraft menu. In the Aircraft menu, that feature is labelled simply as Timetable for Selected Aircraft. For whatever reason, "at selected airport" got added (or not deleted) to/from the context menu. The current operation is a timetable for the aircraft.

However, I can see that a timetable only for the selected airport might be useful. If I can add it without "major surgery", I'll do so.



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Guenther, prompted by your query, I have made the Traffic Analyser Timetable function substantially more flexible. You may now create a timetable for any combination of selected airport (or not), one or more selected aircraft (or none) and other relevant functions. If no aircraft are selected, all will be included. If no airport is selected, all airports visited by the selected aircraft will be included. If neither airport or aircraft are selected, the timetable will reflect the entire traffic file.

For the first timetable, select the parameters and click the Timetable button. Thereafter, any change in airport or aircraft selection will cause the timetable to be updated. You can clear an aircraft selection by holding down the <Ctrl> key and selecting that aircraft again. To clear the aircraft selection, just clear the combo-box's text field.

Where the UTC offsets for an involved aircraft are not known, the times will be displayed as GMT suffixed with "z".

Please give it a try and report back. Others are also welcome to take it for a ride.

The new timetable feature is in Development Release 3.1.16(e), now available at http://stuff4fs.com

Thanks Don and good morning in Victoria,
all my tests went fine, another great improvement of AIFP3!

I tested AIG_AirChinaCargo_Summer_2015 on several airports and checked with FS9, if the aircrafts are there.
The parking peak funtion works fine too.

By the way, I love your sceneries of BC...
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Thanks for checking the new feature, Guenther. I wish I'd thought of it initially.

And thanks for the kudos re my BC airports. It's always nice to know someone appreciates the work that goes into these things.