It is undoubted that Infinite Flight is one of the most advanced flight simulators on the mobile platform. With this in mind, there is a learning curve present especially for those new to the game as there are so many elements to the game. One issue which most people new to the game and even those familiar with the game face is being able to communicate effectively on ATC frequency. This is definitely illustrated in the Training Server which is usually congested with players who spam an ATC command in hope to get in the air as quick as possible or to seek a response from a controller. What I am proposing to fix this issue is what I would call ATC filtering.
The idea behind ATC filtering is that Infinite Flight will filter all ATC communication between the pilots and controller through sequencing each message. The system would determine which messages would reach ATC based on an aircraft’s position on a taxiway or airfield and how many aircraft are ahead of them. For example, if an aircraft which is third in line for take off requests permission to take off in advance, the message will be completely blocked from ATC until they are 1st in line. The earlier message will then be forwarded onto the controller. When it comes to managing aircraft landing, the system will also sequence traffic from a 20NM range to help determine when it is safe for aircraft to take off. This fix would apply to ONLY active Tower frequencies at an airfield due to ground frequencies being easier to manage. Unicom frequencies will not be affected by this and all broadcasted messages will remain unfiltered.
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