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But if neither of the two accept passengers, then the bus/train unloads passengers into the airport which is good but when planes come unload to that airport then no profit is gained (which is acceptable, somewhat). Is this normal? Am I doing something wrong?
In the spoilers I've put images that hopefully tell more about my problem.
If you want the passengers to be transferred and not delivered to the station you stop at, you need to use the 'transfer' order (and not the unload).
'Unload' is the equivalent of "deliver if station accepts the cargo, transfer otherwise".
A feeder service which consists of townA-with-airport and townB-with-airport, it is necessary that both airports accept passengers. Then a system like
townA: bus: goto townA, goto airportA with transfer and leave empty
townB: bus: goto townB, goto airportB with transfer and leave empty
airplane: goto airportA, goto airportB
That will result in the busses transferring passengers to the airports which they gather from their town so that the planes have more passengers to transport.
If one of the airports does not accept passengers... it's tricky, as a 2-way-transfer does not work without cargodist enabled.
With cargodist enabled, every vehicle (bus, plane, train...) should just have "goto X" orders.
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