Tower 3d Pro Mods
To directly answer your question - no. @EliGrimcannot create new commands or phrases that the game doesn't already recognize. Although needed when we are handed off a plane 20 miles out, airspeed commands are not normally used by tower controllers and as such the developers did not include them. Hopefully, the next version will address this by either adding airspeed commands to our arsenal or making the tower's area of responsibility a little more realistic.
Tower 3d Pro Mods
Tower!3D Pro is a successor of the best selling Tower! 2011 airport tower simulator. Your assignment is to guide aircraft of various sizes and capabilities to and from the active runway for landing and takeoff. As a tower controller you must assure that it safe for a plane to enter or cross a runway, assign taxiway routes, when to stop and start movement, and clear aircraft for take off. Tower!3d Pro provides you with flight strips, ground and air radar screens and a full 3D view of each airport. Tower!3D Pro is no arcade game. With a complex command structure, advanced AI and Speech Recognition technology Tower!3D Pro will allow you to experience of the thrill of being a real air traffic controller.
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Your assignment is to guide aircraft of various sizes and capabilities to and from the active runway for landing and takeoff. As a tower controller you must assure that it safe for a plane to enter or cross a runway, assign taxiway routes, when to stop and start movement, and clear aircraft for take off.Tower!3d Pro provides you with flight strips, ground and air radar screens and a full 3D view of each airport.
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