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Hey folks,

For anyone interested a new version of RealTraffic is available (9.0.170) It will auto update to it when you run it.

It provides faster traffic updates and additional traffic info. Enjoy!

 

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Could you pls post a link?. Thanks

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I see many people recommending this, but no comments on the pretty steep price. I guess it works really good.

 


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7 minutes ago, espent said:

I see many people recommending this, but no comments on the pretty steep price. I guess it works really good.

 

Hey Espent,

                    I don't think its too expensive for getting real time time traffic injected into your sim (using PSXT which, is free) for $10 US a month. It's even cheaper if you buy a year up front. But to each their own 🙂

Mark

 

                          

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$10 is not much more than a couple of coffees, but related to other MSFS addons it is definitely in the upper range. I will get a 3 month subscription to test it out.

My "I guess it works really well" was not meant to be sarcastic in any way.


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I tried and I'm not convinced.
The weakness lies in the ground movements of the aircraft.

Beside taxiways, slewing over the ground.

In the air, they stutter often.

 

All in all it is impressive to see the live traffic 1:1 from flightradar. But where Transponder Data is weak in reality (e.g. on ground) it is also in the sim of course.


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Even though most aircraft movements on the ground and in the air are fine, the few aircraft that do show issues is hardly a weakness - all the traffic is there and live!

AIG/PSXT/Realtraffic is an absolute steal for $10 per month!

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Without an effective interaction with the traffic injected, I'm very disappointed. I prefer to wait.

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55 minutes ago, MrBitstFlyer said:

Even though most aircraft movements on the ground and in the air are fine, the few aircraft that do show issues is hardly a weakness - all the traffic is there and live!

AIG/PSXT/Realtraffic is an absolute steal for $10 per month!

Eye of the beholder. I loath subs. Def a non starter for me. Mind you i fully understand that this is a consistent service. However For me having the AI do a recent schedule for a few months and updating as needed would be a more palatable option for me. Same opinion with Navigraph .. not interested in a monthly sub .. The only optional monthly sub I've got is Spotify and i was brought into that kicking and screaming.

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I don't get why it's needed.  I use Real-Time Online Traffic in MSFS, and all seems perfectly as it should save Asobo is still working out the occasional landing that gets stuck after landing, but that is relatively uncommon.  I shadow real world flights and even their liveries match using Simple Traffic, like this, shadowing UAL1348:

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3 hours ago, Gate99 said:

Hey folks,

For anyone interested a new version of RealTraffic is available (9.0.170) It will auto update to it when you run it.

It provides faster traffic updates and additional traffic info. Enjoy!

 

And PSXT was just updated to provide what’s listed in this post by Nico:

 


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10 minutes ago, Noel said:

[...] even their liveries match using Simple Traffic, like this, shadowing UAL1348:

Haha, this is a good one. Yes, the "livery match" is there, but you are aware that United does not use any A330? But then, this plane not even really looks like an A330, so who cares 🤪

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2 hours ago, espent said:

$10 is not much more than a couple of coffees, but related to other MSFS addons it is definitely in the upper range. I will get a 3 month subscription to test it out.

My "I guess it works really well" was not meant to be sarcastic in any way.

No worries, I didn't take it that way. I hope you enjoy it. As it is displaying traffic in real time It enables you to see things such as when a plane in real life has to do a go around (perhaps do to bad weather) and traffic backing up on the taxiways. I will often use it with RealATC running in the back ground for even more realism.

 

Mark

 

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1 hour ago, MrBitstFlyer said:

Even though most aircraft movements on the ground and in the air are fine, the few aircraft that do show issues is hardly a weakness - all the traffic is there and live!

AIG/PSXT/Realtraffic is an absolute steal for $10 per month!

$120 a year is a steal......LOL


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