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orbx Monterey KMRY and GSX

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hey guys.  Just picked this one up.  Really like it.  But having gsx problems.  I'm trying to park airliners but can't load/unload with gsx because it says 0 parking spaces available.  Tried turning off airliner static parking, but that didn't help.  Anybody have any ideas?


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Understand your comment however this airport is regularly serviced by CRJ-900's and Embraer 170's.  When I select something like the A220 or BAE146 to test, it still shows none available.  So how do I get around that?  


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40 minutes ago, micstatic said:

hey guys.  Just picked this one up.  Really like it.  But having gsx problems.  I'm trying to park airliners but can't load/unload with gsx because it says 0 parking spaces available.  Tried turning off airliner static parking, but that didn't help.  Anybody have any ideas?

There are 2 airports at Monterey, KMRY and KMRZ.

KMRY is for the commercial traffic and contains the larger runway and commercial parking spaces, KMRZ is for GA traffic and contains the shorter runway and the GA parking spaces.

From Jarrad Marshall ORBX developper:

"Just a further explanation on top of the solutions already offered - the reason we decided to split the runways into different APX files (and thereby requiring to give the secondary runway a bogus ICAO code - KMRZ) was to enable parallel AI operations. If you have our freeware GA AI program installed for NA, you will be able to see aircraft landing on both runways in parallel at the same time. The parking options for KMRY cover most of the airfield, whilst the parking options for KMRZ call up spots in the north-east corner of the field, where the Aero Club buildings are located."

...and now the solution:

Search for the CouatlAddons.ini file on your system. It is normally located at C:\Users\******\AppData\Roaming\Virtuali

Open it then add a new line under the [gsx] section:

airport_visibility_kmrz = 0

You will have access to the KMRY parking.

Richard.

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go in you GSX menu  in P3D  and customize  your radius in parking positions... insert a higher number..

cheers

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29 minutes ago, DrumsArt said:

There are 2 airports at Monterey, KMRY and KMRZ.

KMRY is for the commercial traffic and contains the larger runway and commercial parking spaces, KMRZ is for GA traffic and contains the shorter runway and the GA parking spaces.

From Jarrad Marshall ORBX developper:

"Just a further explanation on top of the solutions already offered - the reason we decided to split the runways into different APX files (and thereby requiring to give the secondary runway a bogus ICAO code - KMRZ) was to enable parallel AI operations. If you have our freeware GA AI program installed for NA, you will be able to see aircraft landing on both runways in parallel at the same time. The parking options for KMRY cover most of the airfield, whilst the parking options for KMRZ call up spots in the north-east corner of the field, where the Aero Club buildings are located."

...and now the solution:

Search for the CouatlAddons.ini file on your system. It is normally located at C:\Users\******\AppData\Roaming\Virtuali

Open it then add a new line under the [gsx] section:

airport_visibility_kmrz = 0

You will have access to the KMRY parking.

Richard.

thanks.  That appears to have fixed it!  Appreciate it.  Wonder if everytime I run the fsdt couatl update program if that will wipe this out?

Edit: Just ran the update and it infact did NOT wipe it out.  So thanks for the help

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13 minutes ago, micstatic said:

thanks.  That appears to have fixed it!  Appreciate it.  Wonder if everytime I run the fsdt couatl update program if that will wipe this out?

Edit: Just ran the update and it infact did NOT wipe it out.  So thanks for the help

Surely not, Live Update will NEVER wipe our any of your own created settings/customizations, which ( as standard for any Windows program ) are located in %APPDATA%.

The Live Update, instead, will update only its own installation files, usually under C:\Program Files\Addon Manager or any other installation, if you chose not to use the default.

 

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16 hours ago, DrumsArt said:

There are 2 airports at Monterey, KMRY and KMRZ.

KMRY is for the commercial traffic and contains the larger runway and commercial parking spaces, KMRZ is for GA traffic and contains the shorter runway and the GA parking spaces.

From Jarrad Marshall ORBX developper:

"Just a further explanation on top of the solutions already offered - the reason we decided to split the runways into different APX files (and thereby requiring to give the secondary runway a bogus ICAO code - KMRZ) was to enable parallel AI operations. If you have our freeware GA AI program installed for NA, you will be able to see aircraft landing on both runways in parallel at the same time. The parking options for KMRY cover most of the airfield, whilst the parking options for KMRZ call up spots in the north-east corner of the field, where the Aero Club buildings are located."

...and now the solution:

Search for the CouatlAddons.ini file on your system. It is normally located at C:\Users\******\AppData\Roaming\Virtuali

Open it then add a new line under the [gsx] section:

airport_visibility_kmrz = 0

You will have access to the KMRY parking.

Richard.

Came here to give this answer. Why they split the airport in 2 just for AI traffic to land on the shorter runway sounds baffling.

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8 hours ago, Boeing or not going said:

Why they split the airport in 2 just for AI traffic to land on the shorter runway sounds baffling.

 Simply because it's an easy way to add more immersion to the field. 


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18 hours ago, Dave_YVR said:

 Simply because it's an easy way to add more immersion to the field. 

There could be a runway made smaller so most jets do not accept it from atc instead of a new airport code.

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6 hours ago, Boeing or not going said:

There could be a runway made smaller so most jets do not accept it from atc instead of a new airport code.

Good easy project to do. 😉


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