JUST FLIGHT PRESS RELEASE - 26th January 2023
FS TRAFFIC – THE DAWN OF A NEW ERA FOR AI TRAFFIC!
Populate your MSFS skies and airports around the world with a frame-rate-friendly fleet of the highest quality AI aircraft models, all featuring high definition livery textures, realistic sounds by Turbine Sound Studios, custom animations, custom visual effects and compatibility with MSFS ground equipment.
The aircraft included range from small regional aircraft such as the Dash 8 and E190 to the narrow-body 737 and A320 and right up to the world’s largest airliners, the 747-8i and A380. You’ll also see the world’s newest and most advanced airliners such as the 787, A350, and A220 in your virtual skies. These aircraft can be seen in the air, taking off, landing, taxiing, and parking at airports around the globe!
On the product page you’ll find all the details you need and the two videos shown there should help give you a good overview of how it all works.
"As a result, I bought a larger 2k monitor and am considering going down the TrackIR route in the near future."
I am a BIG fan of the economical GrassMonkey IR Tracking systems. Small company, great customer service. I run a 32" curved monitor and enjoy being able to also see my surroundings and keyboard...... AND my coffee cup- lol
Caveat - I realize that MY PC hardware would never be up to the substantial demands of a real VR system even if I could afford one.
My IFR Flight starts with Schiphol Clearance Delivery and then hands over to Schiphol Ground to get taxi approval. Afterwards I contacted Schiphol Tower.
I'm using the FSX Add-on "Mega Airport Amsterdam" from Aerosoft.
As far as I can see, there is no way to search a file by it's file name. I do hope there are plans to bring this functionality back.
I run a website with links to freeware sceneries, many of them linking to flightsim.com. Unfortunately they are all broken now as they use the file names in the links. So I hope the functionality to search by file name will come back.
Reinstating the alternative download link will be useful to a lot of us so, if you haven't already done so, it might be worth your mentioning this in the new software forum -- the site developers are more likely to see it there.