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AI Planes on Stopover

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Hi..., I wonder if AI Planes do stopover like for example: A B737 of United fly from New York to Anchorage,Alaska but do a stopover Los Angeles and Seattle before arrive at Anchorage.Then back to New York again with the reverse path and stopover.Is TTools can do that? If it can...please tell me how to do it.Allen

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Yes, well I never did them but yes.When you make a flight plan you just make more legs to that flighplan.Like this:AC#2,YMYO45,50%,24Hr,IFR,00:45:00,01:14:22, 160 ,F,0315,Los Angeles,02:15:00,02:44:22, 160 ,F,0517,Seattle,03:45:00,04:14:22, 160 ,F,0719,Anchrage,05:15:00,05:44:22, 160 ,F,0921,Seattle,06:59:57,07:29:18, 160 ,F,1123,Los Angeles,08:15:00,08:44:22, 160 ,F,1301,New YorkThe above should be ONE SINGLE LINEOf course use ICAO codes and make the times realistic tools like Yroute should help you make the flight plan like that so the times agree and make sense this was just an example.This is an example of the route you wanted NewYork-LosAngeles-Seattle-Anchrage-Seattle-LosAngeles-NewYorkAndy

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I'm using Ai Traffic v1.0 made by Arnt Helge Haaland.Can it make more legs on the flight plan?Allen

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Not sure man, i never used any of them only yRoute just to see the graphs :-) I preffer to do all plans by hand in Notepad or Excell.anybody else???Andy

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