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I'm very new here. I was by the way alone in the air while trying the network. Witch map have often other pilots?
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Yes, it is possible to switch to flightdecks of other pilots on a server. You have to exit your plane first though, then press the "V" key, then hit F5. Keep pressing F5 to switch from flight deck to flightdeck. Only thing is, at the moment you cannot switch to another plane's cockpit when you are also flying.
Unfortunately, not many players join the servers these days, which has been the topic of several discussions. Now that school has started even more so. That being said there are players who do fly online (including me). You'll find the most people on servers on the weekends, especially on Saturday/Sunday evenings (U.S.)
And last but not least, welcome to YSFHQ. Hope you enjoy it here .
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Also the servers or "network flying" are mostly busy on the weekends like Turbo said. As for the maps you can check which map is being used for each server on the server list. Link is your right under the control panel and teamspeak status widget.
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