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    Traffic Global Early Access Edition


    Traffic Global, the latest and greatest instalment in Just Flight's Traffic series of AI aircraft add-ons, is currently available as an Early Access edition.

    Traffic Global features thousands of individual commercial airline AI aircraft that have been built from the ground up to provide unprecedented levels of realism and immersiveness. The traffic database which powers the AI flights is sourced from the same suppliers that power many of the popular ‘flight tracking’ apps and websites, thus providing our most realistic representation of real-world airport traffic yet.

    Since its release earlier this month interest and demand has been great, our development team have been busy listening to feedback, improving the product and up until now there have been three updates already released.  The latest update which was incorporated into the full build last week (Friday 25th) sees the first stage of General Aviation A.I traffic added to the product.  Many other items are addressed in the latest build and the plans are for another update soon.  All of the details for this update can be found here: 

    All the details about the product can be found at the Traffic Global Homepage

    All users of the product get access to the Traffic Global forum where ideas and new features can be discussed directly with other users and the main developers.

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    It appears that GA traffic will only use the default aircraft.  Hopefully, they will change that.  Otherwise, I'll continue with UT2, which allows me to insert my own aircraft.

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    Same for me as I have quite a few add-on AI GA aircraft installed in UT2.

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    Yup. We need low-impact GA models, and lots of them. I wonder if that will be an addon, per the Justflight business model...

    I'm interested to hear how this program impacts performance though, as-is.



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