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Hi all,I have been tweaking my aircraft.cfg file for the great Beech 1900D. Two of the lines now read:atc_type=BEECHatc_model=B190Should be correct, yes :-hmmm However, ATC now calls me "... is type Beech Beech 1900". That is one Beech too many ;-)Anyone knows a solution to this :-zhelpEric Heerkens

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Hey Eric,Change to this:atc_type=SILENTYou could just leave the entry blank, but, I always enter "SILENT" as a flag that I myself made the change. This will remove thw first "Beech" from ATC's calls.There are a few a/c in FS that ATC calls this way, the E145 being another example.Hope this helps.

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Brian,Thank you very much. That did the trick. Guess I'm still learning every day ;-)Eric Heerkens

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Are y'all sure the second Beech isn't really something else :-roll -------------------Racartronit means something, but I just can't remember what

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With my 1900, ATC doesn't call it anything. I get a blank spot in the message when ATC is talking about my plane, such as "traffic is ,report it in sight" or something like that.KP

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Ken,Check the .cfg file for your 1900, under the GENERAL section, and make sure you have the entries referenced in Eric's original post.

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Thanks Brian. The default install didn't put those entries in. It had BEECH AIRCRAFT for the manufacture and nothing for the type. I'll change it and see if that helps.Thanks!KP

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