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New AI Traffic for Aerofly FS 2 PC Version, Video

If you are unhappy with the current state of affairs, feel free to go play Microsoft's video game. Or, better yet, make a contribution that makes it better.


Yes, If I would only have a better computer... then I would go immidiately.

Right now I just can't, I have a very bad laptop with intel hd 620 graphics. ;(

I think it's not very respectful to call MSFS 2020 a video game, I don't know but it's graphics, physics, weather simulation and clouds seems just AMAZING.

But what contribution are you talking about?

Do you mean uploading the mobile files?

If you mean like making sceneries or planes, then I'm actually making one airport for X-Plane 11, and when I get MSFS 2020 in future, then I'll port it over to that too, and it will be payware, because I'm doing very very detailed 3d models, and I'm doing these in sections, because of my bad computer, the first section is nearly ready, here's 2 renders:


It will have interior too, I've already found plans of it and I've been there in real life.


These look super good, doesn't they?

In last year I made just quick trying version of it to just see if everything works in X-Plane 11

And it did work.

I was actually thinking about doing it for the Aerofly FS 2 one year ago when I started with all these things, but IT'S ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE.

I had to download one program for the runways and taxiways, I think it was AC3D, it was free for only 30 days I was so dissapointed, making the runways and taxiways... absolutely impossible, I tried to follow one youtube tutorial but I didn't understand it at all, even taking the orthophotos to the AC3D was just impossible, I had to install one 20 year old program that showed me just white tiles and didn't work, I was so frustrated.

So I tried to do the satellite scenery, so for that I downloaded Aeroscenery, it seemed pretty good, but after it downloaded these orthos it opened the Geoconverter... absolute nightmare... it was just 0.001% AND it was so slow after I let it run for a night I was at 4.178% And I was like so so ANGRY :cursing: In X-Plane 11 there is Ortho4XP that takes the same thing and does it in 1 hour for X-Plane 11. But then I was so angry and just quit the Geoconvert and took these .ttx files that it had done and tried those... it showed just a narrow stripe. :cursing:

Then I waited a few weeks and wanted to try how to do the autogen(or cultivation) OH SO PAINFUL I needed some scripts that didn't work and all that mess... oh jesas I was over 24 hours awake trying these to get to work, BUT NO, none of them worked, there were also 2 different tutorials, both were different and very complicated, also there was one website to do the cultivation and to customize it, I tried everything and NOTHING worked. Oh I was so angry and frustrated. :cursing:

So I decided that I'll never do any scenery for Aerofly. I also tried to do F-22 plane for Aerofly, I downloaded one 3d model, tried to export it, then convert it with Aircraft Converter (Also, i hate this program, freezes and crashes so many times, and for liveries makes only blurry 2048x2048p textures) but after I converted the F-22 like the blue box that was for testing, it showed me this red stop square, I tried eveything, also renameing the F22 files to blue box files names and textures too but it just didn't work, and I also didn't understand the Aerofly aircrafts file system and everything is so complicated so I gave up. :(

I was actually pretty surprised when the mobile things worked on PC, but yeah, that was a good thing, the AI traffic made me very happy.

For X-Plane 11 there's plugin for Sketchup that with one click exports the model as X-Plane .obj and straight from there it's ready for scenery, I just put it to my scenery folder.

X-Plane also has this X-Europe autogen that covers all europe and is so detailed and is just the best one, and with Ortho4XP it's amazing.

And X-Plane 11 scenery making is just so easy, everything worked when I tried it first time, there is this World Editor program, with that I can easily make runways, taxiways, aprons, place trees, buildings and everything, also my second project, oh I'm gonna love it, this is Soviet time old big military base, it is a few kilometers from that smaller commercial airport that I'm doing, oh this is awesome there's one very big runway and one smaller one, and at the end of the smaller runway they decided TO BUILD A MUSEUM THAT LOOKS LIKE A RAMP!!!

OMG, Then I got a wild idea to do that in X-Plane and use it as a ramp for 737s and 747s, also for soviet planes, the airport currently looks like this, I haven't done the detailed museum buliding yet, because I don't have time and time goes so fast, but I built a simple version of that, I wrote to the obj that it's a solid object AND IT WORKED, this is a screenshot of that airport, the museum is at the end of that runway that I'm trying to land on with this old TU-134.

This is gonna be a lot of fun, but yeah, unfortunately can't do these in Aerofly.

I also haven't heard that someone has done any converter programs that convert X-Plane 11, MSFS 2020, or FSX sceneries to Aerofly, for X-Plane 11 there's one program that converts FSX scenery to X-Plane 11 and I love it, I converted the Aerosoft Madeira and it's amazing, it's just so cool airport with this runway that's in these pillars and there wasn't any good addons for it in X-Plane before, but I converted it and it looks like this, (I also made a video about it)

And of course I understand that you, IPACS you're small team and don't have time to do all these, but everyone just want to get these things that are already on mobile.

Best Regards,


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  1. 11-01-2013, 03:50 PM#1
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    Default Ai traffic in X-Plane

    I am new to X-plane and I enjoy the much more detailed scenery in x-plane compared to FSX. I am just wondering if there is any ai traffic programs specifically for x-plane? More specifically, is there a program that is like world of ai for FSX or a program that can convert world of ai files for x-plane? I like the simplicity of quickly installing worldwide airlines into FSX from world of ai but I was hoping there was something like that for x-plane.

  2. 11-02-2013, 08:03 AM#2
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    Quote Originally Posted by kman447View Post
    I am new to X-plane and I enjoy the much more detailed scenery in x-plane compared to FSX. I am just wondering if there is any ai traffic programs specifically for x-plane? More specifically, is there a program that is like world of ai for FSX or a program that can convert world of ai files for x-plane? I like the simplicity of quickly installing worldwide airlines into FSX from world of ai but I was hoping there was something like that for x-plane.
    AI aircraft are built in on x-plane, you just need to turn them on. Go to the menu Aircraft/aircraft and situations/ and click the tab "other aircraft". You can set the number of aircraft to as many as you like. Each time you choose one the menu gives you the option to pick which aircraft and livery it should be. These aircraft will be generated at airports and in flight and follow real routes. AI aircraft can take processing away from the main sim so it's best to use the special AI aircraft that have been created by XPFW for this purpose. They have the external appearance but do not contain cockpits and detailed internals that have to be generated. I run about six AI without too much of a hit on framerate. There is also a payware package called World Traffic that allows you to build custom traffic and routes.

  3. 11-02-2013, 01:11 PM#3
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    Thank you very much for the reply. That makes it much easier.

  4. 11-02-2013, 01:22 PM#4
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    Does this feature use worldwide airlines and worldwide flight plans? Or only certain airplanes and liveries?

  5. 11-03-2013, 03:42 AM#5
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    You can select which aircraft and liveries you want. The routes are computer generated in the x-plane AI. You can define your own routes or download them from the forum for the payware version.

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  7. 11-08-2013, 02:57 PM#7


    When I've tried it they just basically follow you around and just take off and land at the same airports (leading to some pretty insane situations like a 747 trying to land on top of you on a tiny dirt track on the Shetland Islands)

  8. 11-09-2013, 05:45 AM#8
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    Quote Originally Posted by superdelphinusView Post
    When I've tried it they just basically follow you around and just take off and land at the same airports (leading to some pretty insane situations like a 747 trying to land on top of you on a tiny dirt track on the Shetland Islands)
    It means you get aircraft taxiing and taking off and landing whenever you are at an airport and you see them occasionally while flying. If you are landing at dirt strips then don't choose the 747 as one of your selected AIs. I fly the 737 so I only land at airports and the behaviour of the AIs is generally quite logical. It will probably improve when the developers decide that it is a high enough priority. They won't land on you if you are following ATC instructions or if they see you soon enough, they will always go around.

    The payware World Traffic will give you more control. You can define what types of aircraft should populate a particular airport and routes that they fly. There are a lot of community produced configurations that have been created for it.

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  10. 10-06-2014, 03:54 PM#10
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    Default AI in X-Plane 10.30

    First i will say that X-plane is very good regarding scenery and planes details...but when it comes to AI they have a long way to go...sorry.... You turn on liveries in the menue and then they show up all over even on small dirt airports???? funny to se a 737 taking off a little dirt airport hm.....Ther should de a filter aloowing us to filter out what king of airplanes thats should turn up on the fields... but it isn't...There is a new program called WORLD OF TRAFFIC whenre u can do this......But they are fare from finished with the work yet.. too much programming and work to do...But when it finished i think i will be nice.....Hopefully---

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X-Plane 11 - JustFlight Traffic Global - Airports are loud! - Review

Just Flight Traffic Global for X-Plane 11

Traffic Global for X-Plane 11 (Windows) provides high quality animated AI aircraft models in authentic airline liveries and with full 3D sound and lighting and effects. Installation is simple and the software is ready to run ‘out the box’.

Traffic Global comes with 65 aircraft types and over 860 liveries covering most of the world’s airlines. Over 600,000 flights are included by default and these cover more than 3,000 global airports with complex, multi-point, multi-day flight schedules. New or altered aircraft liveries can be easily added and do not require any additional configuration.

Traffic Global loads everything in the background and is usually ready to go as soon as your flight starts. Even with hundreds of AI aircraft on screen and more being simulated nearby, simulator performance is barely affected.

The AI aircraft respond to the movements of your aircraft as you move around an airport and the software is compatible with all third-party airports. Seven new controllable external views allow you to follow individual AI aircraft and three new control windows are also included: a radar display centred on your aircraft, a flight board which is switchable between all nearby airports and a flight plan display showing nearby airports, taxiways and flying aircraft.

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Threshold Review: Traffic Global for X-Plane 11


If you are like me and are frustrated by the lack of AI traffic in the X-Plane 11 simulator or have simulator plugins installed, either free or premium, but have to setup each flight in order to have other traffic at the airport, then Just Flight’s Traffic Global may be for you. 

Traffic Global includes 65 aircraft types and over 860 liveries covering most of the world’s airlines, this program adds over 600,000 AI flights to X-Plane 11 (Windows), enhancing more than 3,000 global airports with complex, multi-day flight schedules. New or altered aircraft liveries can easily be added and do not require any additional configuration. Besides authentic airline liveries, Traffic Global includes full 3D sound as well as lighting and effects. This performance-friendly program is also compatible with all third-party airports and includes seven controllable external views and three control windows, all of which will be covered in the review. Traffic Global loads everything in the background and is usually ready to go as soon as your flight starts. Even with hundreds of AI aircraft on screen and more being simulated nearby, simulator performance is barely affected. The AI aircraft respond to the movements of your aircraft as you move around the airport.

Traffic Global is simple to install and is ready to run ‘out of the box’.  Networking support is also included with this program.  I look forward to reviewing all of these features.

Writer’s Note: Apologies for the apparently discoloured images in this review – this is due to an issue with my computer that I have since fixed.


Before installing Traffic Global, I removed World Traffic 3 so that there would not be any conflicts.  Installation is very easy, just double-click the downloaded install file and follow the onscreen instructions.  The file size is 1.3 GB so depending on your internet speed, download time will vary.  According to the install instructions, the program should automatically find your X-Plane directory.  On my system it did not, maybe because my simulator is not on my boot drive.  Click on the “Browse” icon to locate your X-Plane base directory, Traffic Global needs to be installed there.  

After purchase, you will be provided a license key. To activate, start the simulator at any airport and open the Traffic Global “Settings” window from its plugin menu. Enter your credentials and activate.  Luckily, the license key itself was not complicated since copy and paste did not work so I had to type the key.  Once activated you can start enjoying AI traffic in your XP11 world, without additional flight setup, which I like.  The two photos below are at my previous reviewed airport, Spokane International (KGEG).  Very quickly, I learned to love the AI aircraft textures and the sound effects.  My larger airports are now alive with activity and sound effects.  I am less impressed with the labels above all the aircraft, the size of which can be reduced on the “Settings” window, but I eliminated them entirely by turning them off, “0”, in the “Config.ini” file.  This unfortunately removes all program labels but is something that I can probably live with. 

Plugin Menu

What I love about this program is that you can start enjoying it right after installation.  Just Flight includes several things that can be selected from the plugin menu to adjust the settings or add to the enjoyment of this program.  Besides activation, there are other settings that can be adjusted with the “Settings” window.  

At the top of the window is a summary of the traffic and models currently installed.  Below the traffic density sliders is something call “Synthetic GA” which according the manual will be used with the general aviation traffic update that hopefully will release later this year.

The four options at the bottom may be of interest to some users.  If your aircraft has TCAS, select this option and follow the instructions in the manual.  I was hoping the traffic would display on my GTN 650/750 by RealityXP, but unfortunately this is not the case.  “Collide with User”, adds an extra bit of realism to your experience by displaying damage to your aircraft if you collide with one of the AI aircraft.  I have this turned on and will post a screen grab if have a collision with an AI aircraft.  The last two allow you to reduce traffic by only having reserved parking and to add generic white models for aircraft that are not installed.


The next two features, “Radar” and “Flight Schedule” I had a lot of fun with right after installing Traffic Global.   I spent my first hour just using these and the keyboard shortcut views that I will discuss in the next section. 

I recommend starting at an airport that you know is going to have traffic, in my case I was already parked at KGEG.  These windows are self-explanatory, but the wonderful feature of these windows is that some of the displayed traffic can be selected with your mouse and an exterior view window will open displaying that aircraft.  If the aircraft is parked at a nearby airport, only the parked aircraft will be visible, no buildings, because you are not loading that airport into the simulator.  I can certainly live with this.  

“Flight Path View” is a top down view of your current location which is handy if you want to see where the other aircraft are parked, which are represented by small dots.  Click on these and an exterior view window opens of that aircraft.  

When aircraft spotting, sound effects are included which is another wonderful feature.  I was parked at KPDX and was watching a Frontier Airlines jet landing, I could hear the tires contacting the runway and the activation of reverse thrust, very cool!  I will keep an eye on this when I perform several flights later, but the AI traffic seemed to follow the proper taxi path without me having to setup each flight or edit the airport, which is one reason I was looking forward to Traffic Global for XP11.  

View Hotkeys

There are several keyboard shortcuts that allow you to adjust several program views.  Most are very easy to remember because they use the “CTRL + Function number”.  For this part I am going to load a very large U.S. airport, Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX).  The first shortcut, “CTRL+F2” opens the “Camera Centered on AI Aircraft” window.

To look at another aircraft, open “Flight Path View”, select a parked aircraft, and repeat shortcut to look at this new aircraft with this view.  The next view is with the camera centered on the current AI aircraft but looking at your aircraft, “CTRL + F3”.    If you would like the view centered on your aircraft looking at the AI aircraft, “CTRL+F4”.  For the next several, I reactivated the labels because the view descriptions are important.  The “CTRL + F5/F6” shortcuts activates nearest airport view looking at the AI aircraft or to change the view to center on the nearest airport.  If you want to see the view from other nearby airports, use the “Page Up” & “Page Down” keys.

When viewing another airports AI aircraft, only the aircraft will be displayed because the simulator is not moving to this airport.  “Shift + CTRL + Page Up/Down” will cycle the different runways from the tower view.  There are a couple of shortcuts to reset the tower views but the last couple, I had a lot of fun with.  For the view to have the camera following the AI aircraft, press “CRTL + F7”. 

If the AI aircraft is currently not moving, open the “Flight Schedule” window and select a flight that is moving.  This view is great for seeing that the AI traffic is following proper taxi routes and from what I have witnessed they do.  The only oddity that I noticed once was that two aircraft were too close to each other and appeared to be taxiing as one aircraft.  Finally, for the true virtual aircraft spotter, “Shift + CTRL + F5”, opens the view from the end of the nearest runway.  These views are a lot of fun to use especially when starting at an airport that you are not familiar with to see what airlines operate there.

Using Traffic Global XP with my Everyday Flights

I already mentioned this, but I think it needs repeating.  After installation and adjusting the settings to your preference, you do not need to do anything other than enjoy your flights with airports and skies populated with AI airline traffic.  On the few flights that I have taken so far, what I have noticed is that the default XP11 ATC and the 124th ATC plugin does not recognize the traffic from this program.  I even increased the amount of AI traffic to the maximum when setting up a flight in the simulator, but this did not change a thing.  So, you, the virtual pilot, are responsible for aircraft separation, even at the largest ATC controlled airports.

I must admit that I am used to the ATC in the other simulator and hopefully this will change with a future update.  For this review flight, I am going to change things up a bit by flying from London Gatwick (EGKK) to Southampton (EGHI).  This will allow me to see what European airlines are included with this program.  I am going to load a flight that is early morning thinking that there should be several scheduled flights at this time.

First, it is nice to see European carriers included as they should be with realistic airline traffic.  As you can see below, I had to wait my turn.  This is where ATC ground control would be nice.  After waiting for some time, I decided to cut in line and proceed to the active runway.  I do like operating at an active airport.  Up to now I have been using 100 percent traffic capacity and other than taking longer to load my flights, which I do not mind, performance was not an issue.  

When I opened a flight at KLAX, the simulator did crash to the desktop and I had another crash on this flight after take-off.  I submitted a support ticket with Just Flight and they quickly responded and think they have found the issue.  An update should be available very soon.  As for this flight, I simply reduced the density to 50 percent and did not have any more issues.  Other than for this review, I usually do not fly out of these busy large airports.  Upon landing at EGHI, it was nice to see some regional turboprop aircraft included because this also makes a traffic program more realistic.    


I am going to make this brief; I love Just Flight’s Traffic Global XP.  If you are like me and have tried other X-Plane AI traffic options and grew tired of having to setup each flight before enjoying AI traffic at your favorite airports, then Traffic Global XP is for you.  After installation and activation, the program is ready to go unless you want to adjust the program settings, which is wonderful!  The aircraft textures and associated sound effects are outstanding, the airports come alive with activity.

Traffic Global XP is a virtual aircraft spotter’s delight with numerous view controls to watch incoming and outgoing traffic. The Radar and Flight Schedule windows also allow you to see traffic in the area.  If your aircraft has TCAS, the manual explains how to setup the program and simulator to view traffic.  I just wish this feature extended to my RealityXP GTN 650/750 GPS displays.  In my case, I opened the Radar to see what traffic was near me. 

This brings me to the primary issue, and it is not this programs fault.  If you have realistic AI traffic, then you need air traffic control for aircraft separation.  I do not use online services, so I cannot speak for them but the default XP11 ATC and the 124th ATC plugin does not recognize the added traffic.  Hopefully a solution for this will happen soon.  The only other minor nitpick is that general aviation traffic is not included yet, which is my primary form of simulation.  The good news is that this will be available in early 2020 via a free update. 

A word of warning to users of macOS, currently Traffic Global is only available for the Windows operating system. 

I want to thank Just Flight for providing the review copy and if you are interested in this wonderful program, you can purchase it for $52.99 USD here.  

Sours: https://www.thresholdx.net/review/traglo

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