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I'm pretty sure I know the answer is no, because of how FS2K only activates one landing runway and one takeoff runway, even with the advent of AFCAD where you can specify those two runways as separate.I have downloaded some KORD overlays where all the UA planes take off on 4L and land on 9L (and 32R and 27R in the opposite direction depending on wind) and say, AA planes use 14L and 22R, etc. However, is that accurate? I find it difficult cuz of the amount of UA traffic at ORD, that too many UA planes are forced to land on 9L causing frequent go-arounds that aren't really great to watch. Is there a way where I can maybe make some UA planes land on 9R as well (in real life I think both 9L and R are used when winds permit).Similar question for KSFO... aircraft land on both 28L and R. Right now the overlay I have for Airport 2000 only makes planes take off on 1R and land on 28L. Again, not really accurate.Thanks!

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It is possible, but requires a good bit of effort. The following two files in the library will give you a good idea of how to go about it.http://ftp.avsim.com/library/search.php?Se...=Root&Go=Searchhttp://ftp.avsim.com/library/esearch.php?C...afcd&DLID=15163I just finished my own version of KATL (Simflyers) with all four runways active and it does take quite a bit of tweaking to get all the traffic moving smoothly, but once you do the results are sure worth it.Clyde

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Hi Clyde, Do you plan releasing your KATL for Simflyers?Julian

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Julian,I probably will release it when I finish working on it, if noone else has released a version by then.I'm still having a problem with outgoing planes getting stuck on the taxiways during peak traffic times.Clyde

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