Cannot land at MCO by squeakmail to /forum/atc-sim

jaymontel 1 point

I've been having the same issue at DFW. Good luck getting a satisfactory answer.

"Mysterious" violation seconds? by av8nut to /forum/atc-sim

jaymontel 1 point

Thank you.

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Missed approaches DFW (ATC-SIM)

submitted by jaymontel to /forum/atc-sim

"Mysterious" violation seconds? by av8nut to /forum/atc-sim

jaymontel 1 point

Thank you. Not trying to be a pain. :)

"Mysterious" violation seconds? by av8nut to /forum/atc-sim

jaymontel 1 point

I play DFW, although I haven't played in several months. Just started playing again. I still have planes enter at odd headings and basically right on top of each other, resulting in violations. There is virtually nothing you can do to avoid it.

I have posted this previously, and I know it is a sim, but real Approach controllers know where planes are entering their airspace and at what altitudes. Can't the sim be programmed at least to have planes enter more than 3 miles apart and at least 1000 feet separated?

For example, south flow. Plane enters the NE area of the screen at 8000. You have to descend it right now. As soon as you do, another plane enters ahead of it at 6 or 7000 feet, there is the violation. And, planes simply never enter DFW's airspace from due north or south. Can you please address these issues at DFW? I have donated multiple times with zero response. If i was freeloading, I wouldn't say anything. DFW is only one of the busiest airports in the world, but I see you giving more attention elsewhere. Thank you.