Just Flight Updates FS Traffic for MSFS
Just Flight has recently issued an update to FS Traffic for Microsoft Flight Simulator, fixing a CTD-inducing compatibility issue, improving the FS Traffic module, and other minor fixes.
FS Traffic is Just Flight’s newly released AI traffic plugin that injects traffic based on real-world data with matching models, liveries, and accurate scheduling. It features tens of thousands of real-world flight plans from different periods, sourced from the same supplier used by real-world websites and applications. New flight plans can be added through their Traffic Control Center application, where it’s also possible to add new liveries and third-party AI aircraft models.
The 1.0.2 update fixes a compatibility issue with the FS Traffic in-game menu that would conflict with other third-party in-game panels and lead to a CTD, adds an alternate way to set your destination airport in the Traffic Control Center for VR users, mitigates a crash when changing aircraft and/or livery in the MSFS menu, which would consequently prevent aircraft from generating at the departure and arrival airports, fixes an issue where the FS Traffic module data would not be correctly reset between flights if the user was quick in navigating through various MSFS menus, multiple changes to default settings in an attempt to reduce the likelihood of traffic generating invisible at the departure airport, and the correction of an unhandled exception error in the Traffic Control Center when trying to add a pre-existing route.
It’s available on Just Flight’s Store for $39.99, requiring at least 8.6 GB of free disk space to install.
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