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I have recently uploaded AI flight plans for Southwest Airlines to AVSIM and to my website:http://www.buckeyediscus.com/fs2002/These plans are a 7 day schedule for Southwest Airlines. You must have TTools to add this to your traffic.bgl file. (this file was created with real life data downloaded from the Department of Transportation and depicts actual movement of Southwest Airlines by N-number for the week of Feb 1 to Feb 7, 2002).Exceptions are listed on the webpage.Thanks-johnp.s. this is the largest so far, with over 18,000 individual legs for the week.

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John:I was wondering if the flight levels come from DOT or do you insert them. I found that many flights do not use proper altitudes for IFR seperation (east/west, odd/even) up to fl 29,000Thanks for any info on this.

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I use a random number generator to put the FL in. Determining what the FL should be on 18,000 legs is beyond my desire to make it "as real as it gets"Anyone is more than welcome to change the FL to 'use proper altitudes for IFR seperation' if they desire and I'll incorporate it into the file. But for me... that would take far too much time, and I have no desire!-j

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