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Aerofly FS 2 RC ATC demo video posted, KAPA to KASE

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I've posted the first demo video of my upcoming air traffic control solution, Aerofly FS 2 RC ATC. The flight is from my home airport, KAPA - Centennial, to KASE - Aspen Pitkin County. It's a fairly short but fun flight with a challenging approach and landing, and is regularly scheduled from Denver International.

Captured using OBS at 4K and downsampled to HD (prior to upload to YouTube), the video is 42 minutes long and unedited. What follows is a timeline of ATC interactions in case you'd like to jump around.

  • ATIS                                                00:40
  • CLR DEL                                             00:40
  • GND                                                 02:52, 03:18 request runway 35R
  • Hand-off to TWR                                     05:34
  • TWR                                                 05:49
  • Take-off                                            08:01
  • Hand-off to DEP                                     09:14
  • DEP                                                 09:26
  • Hand-off to DEN CTR                                 11:24
  • DEN CTR                                             11:37
  • Instructed initial descent with restriction         15:36
  • Hand-off to next DEN CTR                            16:55
  • Mount Evans (14,285)                                17:38, highest “14er” in CO; highest auto road in North America
  • Lake Dillon, Frisco and road to Breckenridge        19:50, next to Vail, mine and my wife's favorite spots in CO
  • Hand-off to APP                                     21:19
  • Expected runway 33, APP                             21:33, 21:55 request runway 15
  • Begin vectoring to runway 15                        22:42
  • Altimeter confirmation                              23:06
  • Vectored downwind leg                               25:36
  • Approaching KEGE (Eagle County)                     28:45, ORBX excellence!
  • Vectored base leg                                   29:45
  • Vectored final approach                             31:06
  • Hand-off to TWR                                     37:36
  • TWR, wind report                                    37:57
  • TWR, cleared to land                                38:20
  • Hand-off to GND                                     40:20
  • GND                                                 40:44

Have a look. Questions and comments most welcome!

Link to YouTube demo flight video

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Looks cute!

So, wonder if the developers will continue to work on their built-in ATC now ?


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On 11/9/2019 at 10:55 AM, jcomm said:

Looks cute!

So, wonder if the developers will continue to work on their built-in ATC now ?

Yes, because this isn't really a native solution but more some sort of work around to get FSX-software working with AFS2. It's far from ideal.

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