Post by Tom/CalClassic on Mar 8, 2021 15:38:59 GMT -5
Is this for the classic AI traffic? If so, you can use a tool like AI Flight Planner to search the flights in the traffic BGL files to find the routes for Clipper flight 72.
But if you just want to know the routing of an AI aircraft you are looking at in FS, that is much easier. If you have the Traffic Tools SDK installed, it's just a checkbox in the Settings menu - Flight Planned Route.
If you don't have that installed, you can do it instead by editing the fs9.cfg file. My section looks like this:
Assuming that Clipper 72 is flight 72 of PAA, I searched for KJFK in AI Traffic Mover. There I got one of the scheduled flights between Idlewild and Frankfurt Rhein/Main. That's a simple example as the plane doesn't fly to further destinations.
While checking the PAA around the world flights 1 an 2 in editing window, you will get all the legs of these flights done by the same aircraft. Toolbox just shows the actual or previewed leg.