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Do I understand this correctly:AC#14,N453DD,3%,24Hr,IFR,10:59:53,11:42:36,050,R,0100,KAVP,21:59:56,22:42:39,050,R,0101,KMDTMy default Beech Baron (ac314) will leave KMDT at 10:59 GMT and Arrive at KAVP at 11:42 GMT. Leave KAVP at 21:59 and arrive back at KMDT at 22:42. This will happen every day.If that is correct, then I need some help because after recompiling I never see that aircraft at that time at that departure location.Any help is appreciated.Joe

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Yes, your interpretation is correct. The aircraft will fly at 5,000 feet, which I assume is above the local terrain between Harrisburg and Scranton.Is this a gate availability problem? The default Baron (which I assume is #14, not 314, which actually differ by only the shift key on the '3') is a small aircraft, so the standard parking should suffice. If all spots are full, though, it won't show up.

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Captain,Thanks for the reply. But how can I tell if it is a gate availability problem? There only appears to be an airliner and a GA craft parked.Joe

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You need Lee Swordy's other masterpiece, AFCAD (or AFCAD2 for FS2004.) It's an easy-to-use graphical program which shows you all the parking spaces and taxiways at an airport, and allows you to make changes. Each parking space has a size, or "radius," which limits the size of aircraft that can park there. This restriction gets more airline-specific in FS2004. Lee's documentation is excellent, and covers far more than we can go into here.

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Thanks, I'll just have to get that. It is funny how one thing leads to another in this hobby.Joe

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