Hello community- I recently experienced something which should have been glaringly obvious as a problem when oceanic tracks were introduced into Infinite Flight.
Before I get into the details, I’d like to preface this with saying that the oceanic track addition is a good one, and in no way is this thread designed to undermine the good intentions of the oceanic tracks being in the sim.
So about 30 minutes ago, I just finished a pretty routine flight, starting at London Heathrow and ending just across the pond in Austin, Texas. As I reviewed my replay (I wanted to get a screen recording of my landing as it was, for lack of a better word, peng) I noticed that me and a fellow pilot had, unknowingly, got into a bit of a dangerous separation situation over the North Atlantic.
Since I was AFK at the time, and one can consider the other pilot in this situation was too, how are we meant to keep proper speed and altitude separation while using a congested Oceanic Track?
Is there a certain speed to observe that I am unaware of?
As always (as I’m sure this goes without saying) I welcome everyone to give their 2 pence/cents or 1.52 Rubles (thank you @Alexander_Nikitin ) on the matter :)
Oh, and have a screenshot why don’t ya XD