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San Diego violation with 2 aircraft at 1000ft vertical separation. (ATC-SIM)

submitted by rfgraham1 to /forum/atc-sim

Violation Bug - So ANNOYING by jacklennon123 to /forum/atc-sim

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My solution is always to put an incoming aircraft immediately into a holding pattern upon arrival then the second one will not cause a violation.

When I exit no score is recorded in high scores. by to /forum/atc-sim

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That link did not go to the page I wanted but hopefully you understand the problem?

Rob

Caracas no score recorded by to /forum/atc-sim

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Would some one please sort this out. I beat the high score at Heathrow yesterday and it not recorded? Rob rfgraham1

Caracas no score recorded by to /forum/atc-sim

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no scores recorded at heathrow either.

rfgraham1

Caracas no score recorded by to /forum/atc-sim

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logged out and in as requested.

Two Aircraft arriving at the same altitude by rfgraham1 to /forum/atc-sim

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Possible temporary solution which seems to work? Each time an aircraft enters the terminal area vector it to hold at the nearest waypoint, once it is 1 mile inside you may then re-assign it to different vector. If a second one comes in directly behind at the same altitude you can safely descend the first one by 1000 ft without violation. Has worked fir me every time so far. Rob

Two Aircraft arriving at the same altitude by rfgraham1 to /forum/atc-sim

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Happens at the busier airports currently experiencing a big problem with this at London Heathrow. Rob

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Two Aircraft arriving at the same altitude (ATC-SIM)

submitted by rfgraham1 to /forum/atc-sim