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First, Good day all. Long time lurker here first time poster,lol.Here's the problem- Every time I fly the defaualt 773 the default ATC after landing always and without fail directs me to park in the general aircraft parking area, i.e were cessnas go not the gates themselves. I tried to cure this by adding the following lines to the cfg file---atc_parking_types=GATEBut this does not work and it still parks me in the general avaition areas. Can someone offer suggestions?? another thing I have noticed is there is no 777 default ai traffic at any airport either. I ehave enclosed the copy off the cfg file, maybee you all can pick it apart see wehere the problem may lie.thanks for your help!![fltsim.0]title=Boeing 777-300sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N358CTatc_parking_types=GATEatc_airline=Continentalatc_flight_number=359atc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Continental Airlines"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=COA[fltsim.1]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint1sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=1kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N752UAatc_parking_types=GATEatc_airline=Unitedatc_flight_number=131atc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="United Airlines Stealth Livery"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=UAL[fltsim.2]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint2sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=2kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N684NAatc_parking_types=GATEatc_airline=Red Rockatc_flight_number=1123atc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="National Airlines"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=NCN[fltsim.3]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint3sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=3kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N234FXatc_parking_types=Cargoatc_airline=Fed Exatc_flight_number=3597atc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Fed Ex"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=FDX[fltsim.4]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint4sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=4kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N207UPatc_airline=UPSatc_flight_number=1012atc_parking_types=Cargoatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="United Parcel Service Panda Express Livery"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=UPS[fltsim.5]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint5sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=5kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N001AAatc_airline=Americanatc_flight_number=6558atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="American Airlines Retro Livery"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=AAL[fltsim.6]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint6sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=6kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N458TWatc_airline=TWAatc_flight_number=941atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Trans World Airlines"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=TWA[fltsim.7]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint7sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=7kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N864DAatc_airline=Deltaatc_flight_number=349atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Delta Airlines Soaring Spirit"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=DAL[fltsim.8]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint8sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=8kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N514AAatc_airline=Americanatc_flight_number=9851atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="American Airlines"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=AAL[fltsim.9]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint9sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=9kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N356UAatc_airline=Unitedatc_flight_number=244atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="United Airlines New Livery"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=UAL[fltsim.10]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint10sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=10kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=N325DLatc_airline=Deltaatc_flight_number=6975atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Delta Airlines"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=DAL[fltsim.11]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint11sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=11kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=I-DISAatc_airline=Alitaliaatc_flight_number=3549atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Alitalia Airlines"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=AZA[fltsim.12]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint12sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=12kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=F-GHTRatc_airline=Air Franceatc_flight_number=3596atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Air France"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=AFR[fltsim.13]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint13sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=13kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=G-KLIHatc_airline=Speedbirdatc_flight_number=3596atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="British Airways"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=BAW[fltsim.14]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint14sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=14kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=K-HUYTatc_airline=EMIRATESatc_flight_number=598atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Emirates"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=UAE[fltsim.15]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint15sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=15kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=J-LKIatc_airline=ALL NIPPONatc_flight_number=2548atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="All Nippon Airways"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=ANA[fltsim.16]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint16sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=16kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=HL-7553atc_airline=KOREAN AIRatc_flight_number=0058atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Korean Air"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=KAL[fltsim.17]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint17sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=17kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=SP-JK53atc_airline=CATHAYatc_flight_number=954atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Cathay Pacific"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=CPA[fltsim.18]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint18sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=18kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=SP-LKNFatc_airline=SINGAPOREatc_flight_number=035atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Singapore Airlines "Jubilee""description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=SIA[fltsim.19]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint19sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=19kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=J-GTRDatc_airline=JAPANAIRatc_flight_number=3591atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="JAL Japan Air"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=JAL[fltsim.20]title=Boeing 777-300 Paint20sim=Boeing777-300model=panel=sound=texture=20kb_checklists=Boeing777-300_checkkb_reference=Boeing777-300_refatc_id=TK-2457atc_airline=THAIatc_flight_number=0059atc_parking_types=GATEatc_heavy=1ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type="777-300"ui_variation="Thai Airlines"description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."atc_parking_codes=THA[General]atc_type=BOEINGatc_model=B773editable=0performance="Cruise Speed nMach 0.84 555 mph 893 kmhnnEngine options nP&W 4000nRR Trent 800nGE 90 seriesnnMaximum Range n5,960 nm 6,859 sm 11,038 kmnnService Ceiling n42,000 ft 12,800 mnnFuel Capacity n45,220 U.S. gal 171,160 L nnMaximum Takeoff Weight n660,000 lb 299,370 kgnnLength n242 ft, 4 in 73.9 mnnWingspan n199 ft, 11 in 60.9 mnnHeight n60 ft, 8 in 18.5 mnnSeating nSeats 386 to 550 nnCargo Capacity n7,552 ft 213.8 mn"[WEIGHT_AND_BALANCE]max_gross_weight = 660000 // (pounds)empty_weight = 347800 // (pounds)reference_datum_position = 0, 0, 0 // (feet) distance from FlightSim Reference position: (1/4 chord, centerline, waterline)empty_weight_CG_position = -12, 0, 0 // (feet) longitudinal, lateral, vertical distance from specified datummax_number_of_stations = 50station_load.0 = "170.0, 86.0, -2.0, 0.0, Pilot" //Weight (lbs), longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum (feet)station_load.1 = "170.0, 86.0, 2.0, 0.0, Co-Pilot" //Weight (lbs), longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum (feet)station_load.2 = "850.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, Crew" //Weight (lbs), longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum (feet)station_load.3 = "850.0, 52.0, 0.0, 0.0, First Class" //Weight (lbs), longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum (feet)station_load.4 = "1870.0, 11.0, 0.0, 0.0, Business Class" //Weight (lbs), longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum (feet)station_load.5 = "3740.0, -30.0, 0.0, 0.0, Coach 1-16" //Weight (lbs), longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum (feet)station_load.6 = "2550.0, -72.5, 0.0, 0.0, Coach 16-29" //Weight (lbs), longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum (feet)station_load.7 = "2000.0, 47.0, 0.0, -6.0, Forward Cargo" //Weight (lbs), longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum (feet)station_load.8 = "500.0, -67.0, 0.0, -6.0, Aft Cargo" //Weight (lbs), longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum (feet);Moments of Inertiaempty_weight_pitch_MOI = 18000000empty_weight_roll_MOI = 5500000empty_weight_yaw_MOI = 16300000empty_weight_coupled_MOI= 0.0[flight_tuning]cruise_lift_scalar = 1.0parasite_drag_scalar = 1.0induced_drag_scalar = 1.0elevator_effectiveness = 1.0aileron_effectiveness = 1.0rudder_effectiveness = 1.0pitch_stability = 1.0roll_stability = 1.0yaw_stability = 1.0elevator_trim_effectiveness = 1.0aileron_trim_effectiveness = 1.0rudder_trim_effectiveness = 1.0[GeneralEngineData]engine_type = 1 //0=Piston, 1=Jet, 2=None, 3=Helo-Turbine, 4=Rocket, 5=TurbopropEngine.0 = 10.5, -33.6, -6.4 //(feet) longitudinal, lateral, vertical distance from reference datumEngine.1 = 10.5, 33.6, -6.4 //(feet) longitudinal, lateral, vertical distance from reference datumfuel_flow_scalar = 1 //Scalar for fuel flow efficiencymin_throttle_limit = -0.25; //Minimum percent throttle. Generally negative for turbine reversermax_contrail_temperature=-20[TurbineEngineData]fuel_flow_gain = 0.002 //Gain on fuel flowinlet_area = 113.0 //Square Feet, engine nacelle inlet arearated_N2_rpm = 29920 //RPM, second stage compressor rated valuestatic_thrust = 84000 //Lbs, max rated static thrust at Sea Levelafterburner_available = 0 //Afterburner available?reverser_available = 1 //Thrust reverser available?[jet_engine]thrust_scalar = 1.0[electrical] ;BusType, MaxAmpLoad, MinVoltage BusTypes:0=MainBus,1=AvionicsBus,2=BatteryBus,3=HotBatteryBus,4-7=Generator/AlternatorBus(1-4)flap_motor = 0, 5 , 17.0gear_motor = 0, 5 , 17.0autopilot = 0, 5 , 17.0avionics_bus = 0, 5 , 17.0avionics = 1, 5 , 17.0pitot_heat = 0, 2 , 17.0additional_system = 0, 2 , 17.0marker_beacon = 1, 2 , 17.0gear_warning = 0, 2 , 17.0fuel_pump = 0, 5 , 17.0starter1 = 0, 20, 17.0light_nav = 0, 5 , 17.0light_beacon = 0, 5 , 17.0light_landing = 0, 5 , 17.0light_taxi = 0, 5 , 17.0light_strobe = 0, 5 , 17.0light_panel = 0, 5 , 17.0 //0 Class <0=none,1=wheel, 2=scrape, 3=float> //1 Longitudinal Position (feet) //2 Lateral Position (feet) //3 Vertical Position (feet) //4 Impact Damage Threshold (Feet Per Minute) //5 Brake Map (0=None, 1=Left, 2=Right) //6 Wheel Radius (feet) //7 Steer Angle (degrees) //8 Static Compression (feet) (0 if rigid) //9 Max/Static Compression Ratio //10 Damping Ratio (0=Undamped, 1=Critically Damped) //11 Extension Time (seconds) //12 Retraction Time (seconds) //13 Sound Type //14 Airspeed limit for retraction (KIAS) //15 Airspeed that gear gets damage at (KIAS)[contact_points]point.0=1, 87.42, 0.00, -17.70, 1181.1, 0, 4.521, 90.0, 1.00, 2.5, 0.7235, 4.0, 4.0, 0, 270.0, 270.0point.1=1, -19.50, -12.00, -18.50, 1574.8, 1, 4.521, 0.0, 1.91, 2.5, 0.7470, 6.9, 6.9, 2, 270.0, 270.0point.2=1, -19.50, 12.00, -18.50, 1574.8, 2, 4.521, 0.0, 1.91, 2.5, 0.7470, 7.1, 7.1, 3, 270.0, 270.0point.3=2, -14.17, -47.33, 0.00, 787.4, 0, 0.000, 0.0, 0.00, 0.0, 0.0000, 0.0, 0.0, 5, 0.0, 0.0point.4=2, -14.17, 47.33, 0.00, 787.4, 0, 0.000, 0.0, 0.00, 0.0, 0.0000, 0.0, 0.0, 6, 0.0, 0.0point.5=2, -83.33, 0.00, 2.50, 787.4, 0, 0.000, 0.0, 0.00, 0.0, 0.0000, 0.0, 0.0, 9, 0.0, 0.0point.6=2, 42.67, 0.00, -3.75, 787.4, 0, 0.000, 0.0, 0.00, 0.0, 0.0000, 0.0, 0.0, 4, 0.0, 0.0static_pitch = 0.10static_cg_height = 17.56gear_system_type=1 //Hydraulic[gear_warning_system]gear_warning_available = 1 //Normalpct_throttle_limit = 0.1 //Percent throttle that activates warningflap_limit_idle = 5.0 //Flap angle that activates warning at idleflap_limit_power = 25.5 //Flap angle that activates warning at above idle[brakes]parking_brake = 1 //Parking brake availabletoe_brakes_scale = 1.0 //Brake scalar[hydraulic_system]normal_pressure = 3000.0 //PSIelectric_pumps = 0 //no electric pumpsengine_map = 1,1,0,0 //pumps on Eng1,2[Views]eyepoint = 90.0, -2.65, 8.89[flaps.0] //Inboard Trailing Edgetype = 1 // 1 - tail, 2 - leadspan-outboard = 0.2 // 0.0 .. 1.0extending-time = 25 // secondsflaps-position.0 = 0 // degreesflaps-position.1 = 0 // degreesflaps-position.2 = 5 // degreesflaps-position.3 = 15 // degreesflaps-position.4 = 20 // degreesflaps-position.5 = 25 // degreesflaps-position.6 = 30 // degreesdamaging-speed = 260 // KIASblowout-speed = 300 // KIASlift_scalar = 0.55drag_scalar = 0.55pitch_scalar= 0.55system_type = 1 //Hydraulic[flaps.1] //Outboard Trailing Edgetype = 1 // 1 - tail, 2 - leadspan-outboard = 0.8 // 0.0 .. 1.0extending-time = 23 // secondsflaps-position.0 = 0 // degreesflaps-position.1 = 0 // degreesflaps-position.2 = 5 // degreesflaps-position.3 = 15 // degreesflaps-position.4 = 20 // degreesflaps-position.5 = 25 // degreesflaps-position.6 = 30 // degreesdamaging-speed = 260 // KIASblowout-speed = 300 // KIASlift_scalar = 0.35drag_scalar = 0.35pitch_scalar= 0.35system_type = 1 //Hydraulic[flaps.2] //Inboard Leading Edge Slatstype = 2 // 1 - tail, 2 - leadspan-outboard = 0.5 // 0.0 .. 1.0extending-time = 4 // secondsflaps-position.0 = 0 // degreesflaps-position.1 = 0.5 // degreesflaps-position.2 = 0.5 // degreesflaps-position.3 = 0.5 // degreesflaps-position.4 = 0.5 // degreesflaps-position.5 = 1.0 // degreesflaps-position.6 = 1.0 // degreesdamaging-speed = 260 // KIASblowout-speed = 300 // KIASlift_scalar = 0.05drag_scalar = 0.05pitch_scalar= 0.05system_type = 1 //Hydraulic[Radios]// Radio Type = availiable, standby frequency, has glide slopeAudio.1 = 1Com.1 = 1, 1Com.2 = 1, 1Nav.1 = 1, 1, 1Nav.2 = 1, 1, 0Adf.1 = 1Transponder.1 = 1Marker.1 = 1[keyboard_response]//Breakpoint speeds (knots) on the keyboard increments of control surfaces.//Speed at which the incremenet is reduced to 1/2 and 1/8 respectively.elevator = 150, 250aileron = 150, 250rudder = 150, 250[direction_indicators]//1 Type: 0=None, 1=Vacuum Gyro, 2=Electric Gyro, 3=Electro-Mag Slaved Compass, 4=Slaved to another//2 Indicator number of slaving indicator if Type = 4direction_indicator.0=3,0[attitude_indicators]//Type: 0=None, 1=Vacuum Gyro, 2=Electric Gyroattitude_indicator.0 = 2attitude_indicator.1 = 1 [turn_indicators]//Type: 0=None, 1=Electric Gyro, 2= Vacuum Gyroturn_indicator.0=0,0[LIGHTS] //Types: 1=beacon, 2=strobe, 3=navigation, 4=cockpit, 5=landinglight.0 = 3, -52.22,-103.52, 11.38, fx_navredh ,light.1 = 3, -52.22, 103.52, 11.38, fx_navgreh ,light.2 = 3, -54.34,-103.64, 11.38, fx_navwhih ,light.3 = 3, -54.34, 103.64, 11.38, fx_navwhih ,light.4 = 3,-139.00, 0.00, 8.42, fx_navwhih ,light.5 = 2, -51.00,-103.40, 11.38, fx_strobeh ,light.6 = 2, -51.00, 103.40, 11.38, fx_strobeh ,light.7 = 1, -5.00, 0.00, -6.25, fx_beaconb ,light.8 = 1, 22.00, 0.00, 18.30, fx_beaconh ,light.9 = 4, 93.21, 0.00, 8.75, fx_vclighth ,[EFFECTS]wake=fx_wakewater=fx_spraydirt=fx_tchdrtconcrete=fx_sparkstouchdown=fx_tchdwn, 1contrail=fx_A_I_Contrail[exits]number_of_exits = 2exit_rate.0 = 0.4 ;Percent per secondexit_rate.1 = 0.4 ;Percent per second[fuel]Center1 = 0.0, 0.0, -4.0, 26100.0, 3.0 //Longitudinal (feet), Lateral (feet), Vertical (feet), Usable(gallons), Unusable (gallons)LeftMain = -7.0, -35.0, 0.0, 9300.0, 3.0 //Longitudinal (feet), Lateral (feet), Vertical (feet), Usable(gallons), Unusable (gallons)RightMain = -7.0, 35.0, 0.0, 9300.0, 3.0 //Longitudinal (feet), Lateral (feet), Vertical (feet), Usable(gallons), Unusable (gallons)fuel_type = 2 //Fuel type: 1 = Avgas, 2 = JetAnumber_of_tank_selectors = 1 electric_pump=0[airplane_geometry]wing_area = 4605.0 //Square feetwing_span = 200.0 //Feetwing_root_chord = 42.0 //Feetwing_dihedral = 6.2 //Degreeswing_incidence = 1.0 //Degreeswing_twist = -0.5 //Degreesoswald_efficiency_factor= 0.6 //Measure of lift effeciency of wingwing_winglets_flag = 0 //Are winglets available?wing_sweep = 32.0 //Degrees, wing leading edgewing_pos_apex_lon = 20.0 //Feet, longitudinal distance from reference point, negative going aftwing_pos_apex_vert = 0.0 //Feet, vertical distance from reference point, positive going uphtail_area = 1090.0 //Square feethtail_span = 70.7 //Feethtail_pos_lon = -100.0 //Feet, longitudinal distance from reference point, negative going afthtail_pos_vert = 0.0 //Feet, vertical distance from reference point, positive going uphtail_incidence = 0.0 //Degreeshtail_sweep = 40.0 //Degrees, horizontal tail leading edgevtail_area = 573.0 //Square feetvtail_span = 27.3 //Feet, tip to bodyvtail_sweep = 35.0 //Degrees, vertical tail leading edgevtail_pos_lon = -108.3 //Feet, longitudinal distance from reference point, negative going aftvtail_pos_vert = 5.8 //Feet, vertical distance from reference point, positive going upelevator_area = 137.0 //Square feetaileron_area = 68.0 //Square feetrudder_area = 232.0 //Square feetelevator_up_limit = 30.0 //Degreeselevator_down_limit = 30.0 //Degreesaileron_up_limit = 30.0 //Degreesaileron_down_limit = 15.0 //Degreesrudder_limit = 25.0 //Degreeselevator_trim_limit = 20.0 //Degreesspoiler_limit = 60.0 //Degreesspoilerons_available = 1 //Spoilerons Available?aileron_to_spoileron_gain = 3 //Aileron to spoileron gainmin_ailerons_for_spoilerons = 10 //Degreesmin_flaps_for_spoilerons = 0 //Minimum flap handle position when spoilerons activate[Reference Speeds]flaps_up_stall_speed = 150.0 //Knots True (KTAS)full_flaps_stall_speed = 120.0 //Knots True (KTAS)cruise_speed = 482.0 //Knots True (KTAS)max_mach = 0.90max_indicated_speed = 330 //Red line (KIAS)[autopilot]autopilot_available= 1flight_director_available= 1default_vertical_speed= 1800.0autothrottle_available= 1autothrottle_arming_required= 1autothrottle_max_rpm = 90autothrottle_takeoff_ga= 1pitch_takeoff_ga = 8;max_pitch=10.0max_pitch_acceleration=1.0max_pitch_velocity_lo_alt=2.0max_pitch_velocity_hi_alt=1.5max_pitch_velocity_lo_alt_breakpoint=20000.0max_pitch_velocity_hi_alt_breakpoint=28000.0max_bank=25.0max_bank_acceleration=1.8max_bank_velocity=3.00max_throttle_rate=0.10nav_proportional_control=11.00nav_integrator_control=0.17nav_derivative_control=0.00nav_integrator_boundary=2.50nav_derivative_boundary=0.00gs_proportional_control=19.0gs_integrator_control=0.530gs_derivative_control=0.00gs_integrator_boundary=0.70gs_derivative_boundary=0.00yaw_damper_gain = 1.0use_no_default_bank=1default_bank_mode=0[forcefeedback]gear_bump_nose_magnitude=3000 ; 0 - 10000gear_bump_nose_direction=18000 ; 0 - 35999 degreesgear_bump_nose_duration=250000 ; in microsecondsgear_bump_left_magnitude=2700 ; 0 - 10000gear_bump_left_direction=35500 ; 0 - 35999 degreesgear_bump_left_duration=250000 ; in microsecondsgear_bump_right_magnitude=2700 ; 0 - 10000gear_bump_right_direction=00500 ; 0 - 35999 degreesgear_bump_right_duration=250000 ; in microsecondsground_bumps_magnitude1=1300 ; 0 - 10000ground_bumps_angle1=08900 ; 0 - 35999 degreesground_bumps_intercept1=3.0ground_bumps_slope1=0.20ground_bumps_magnitude2=200 ; 0 - 10000ground_bumps_angle2=09100 ; 0 - 35999 degreesground_bumps_intercept2=1.075ground_bumps_slope2=0.035crash_magnitude1=10000 ; 0 - 10000crash_direction1=01000 ; 0 - 35999 degreescrash_magnitude2=10000 ; 0 - 10000crash_direction2=9000 ; 0 - 35999 degreescrash_period2=75000 ; in microsecondscrash_duration2=2500000 ; in microseconds[stall_warning]type=2

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From what I know, it doesn't matter what parking types you specify. That parameter only applies to AI aircraft. Maybe in FS10 or FS11 they'll incorporate that for the user aircraft.

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Hello plane777drvr,I'm not really certain what's wrong. Even though you say that you don't see any default 777 AI aircraft I am still curious, do you have any third party AI Traffic program installed? And I do think the parking type paramter in the aircraft.cfg file does matter to FS2004 ATC whether it's an AI aircraft or a user aircraft. I have some payware aircraft that has the parking type spcecified in the aircraft.cfg file, such as the Aeroworx B200, and Milton Shupe's freeware Beech D18 also has it specified. So if it doesn't matter in for a user aircraft then these well known developers are putting it in there for nothing I guess. I could be wrong, but the FS2004 SDK makes no mention of it applying to AI aircraft only.Anyway, the only thing that comes to mind right now is that all the Gates are full at the airport you landed at, leaving ATC to tell you to park somewhere else. But like I said, I'm not really certain what's wrong.Regards,OneTinSoldier

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Time to take a step back and understand how AI are assigned to parking spots.The radius variable in the aircraft model file determines where the aircraft parks. If the airport is designed so that there are no parking spaces with a large enough radius, the AI aircraft will disappear once it comes to a full stop on the runway. That may explain why you see no other 777 traffic at the airport.If there are parking spots that accommodates the aircraft's radius, then the other variables become active, such as GATE or RAMP, airline code, etc. ATC will assign the parking to fulfill as many of the parameters and possible.As a user aircraft, you will not disappear when parking spots are not available for the size of your aircraft, but ATC will still try to assign you to the slot that most closely matches your parameters. If all spots other than the GA ramp are filled, you will be assigned to the GA ramp.The AFCAD program by Lee Swordy (available in the AVSIM library) is a great utility to show you the layout of FS airports. You can see how many parking spots are available, what type of aircraft they accommodate, and the airline codes. You can also modify the airports by adding more slots, change taxiways, etc.My suggestion, if you don't want to mess with AFCAD, is to go to the extended search function of the AVSIM library and enter Flight Simulator 2004 - AFCAD Files into the Category section. Then search for the airport name in the Name and/or Description section. If someone has modified the default FS airport you designate, it's most likely going to have the correct number of parking spaces for the types of aircraft that use that airport. If you download and install one of these modified files, you'll see much more traffic at the airport and ATC will assign you to the gate rather than the GA ramp (assuming all the 777 spots are not taken).Hope this helps. If not ask and I'm sure someone will help you out.Bruce

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Hi thanks for your help. No I been down that route with afcad files. I havent modified anything. No matter where I go period even if I have default ai off, atc will assign my 777 im in to a GA spot everytime without fail no matter if I have a new afcad or default.

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Hi plane777driver. If I'm reading you correctly, you say after contacting ground, ATC directs you to go to GA parking.Wehn the menu comes up to select what you request of ATC....do you select parking, or gates. If gates, it should direct you to the terminal area of gates. If you select the parking option...it will direct you to GA ramp and or parking. If you are selecting GATES as your parking choice. I'm out of ideas.Hope this may help. I think the top selection on ground menu is PArking, not GAtes.Good Luck.Best,David

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