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FS2004 ATC, will it have better runway selection for DE...

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Hello everybody, Since I do not have contact with the FS team, I was hoping maybe someone in the forum could answer a question I had about ATC in 2004. Anyway, maybe you read this somewhere or maybe not, but do any of you people know if Microsoft has designed the new ATC to take in account the winds for landing. Lets say we are at O'hare in FS2002. As you know, the ATC will only use 32L/14R for landings and departures no matter what the winds, and you need to use AFCAD to adjust the runways for the winds. Now I see the 2004 ATC will use multi-runway setups, but I fear that 2004 will just use 32L/14R and 32R/14L, again, ignoring the winds. I hope if they plan to use multi-runways, then hey, if the winds are 320 then use the 32s' for landing and departing, but if its 090, then i hope they use the 9s (9L/R) for landings and departures. Anyway, if you have any info to share, I hope you will respond.Marc :-kewl

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