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I have UT Installed,I went to goto airport in fs to chicago O'Hare.Runway/starting position and behold the only run was 32r and the rest were gates. Can someone tell me where all the runways went.

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They're on the other AFCAD overlays - in order for you see see traffic using multiple runways in UT, virtual airports are overlayed on top of the main airport - so where you have KORD normally, you now have 2ORD, 3ORD etc and some of the AI flightplans are actually routed to those virtual airports instead of the main KORD one so that they can use a different runway. It makes for an awesome effect - I paralleled a Lufthansa A340-300 into KPHX yesterday - I was landing 25L in an A319 and he was on final for 26 - very cool to see something like that in the sim finally...Ryan

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Iam new at this, There are no plane in ord land or takeing off. You also talk about overlayed I donot see them taking off or landing

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Jerbear, maybe this will help? After you installed UT, did you install the SP1 (Service Pack)? If not, please do so. This will let you do auto downloads and installs. Did you compile before you went to FS? To get the UT afcads and aircraft into FS, you must compile the afcads and airlines you want. I hope this helps. :-wave Ron from behind the Cheddar Curtain. :-wave

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Hi Ryan. Would you please explain the overlays. I have UT installed. If I go to say KORD or some other A/P that has multiple overlays do they all show up when I select KORD in FS2002? Do they combine so that the drop down list for the runways and parking in FS2002 will show all of the available places in all of the overlays? How do know which frequency applies to each overlay, if they all show up? I am really confused, as I am sure others are too. Thanks for the help. Regards, Bob.

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