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FS2000 aircraft in FS2002 and ATC

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Hi there, just a quick question. I have a number of older aircraft from FS2000, which fly ok in FS2002. I would like to know if it is possible to get ATC to recognise them. One of the aircraft in question is an old colours Britannia 767/300ER. I notice that ATC has "Britannia" listed, so just wondering if I can get ATC to recognise it. Many thanks for any help. Cheers Chris

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There are two areas which you need to enter information in the aircraft config file.First, under fltsim.0, enter:ui_manufacturer=Boeingui_type=767-300ERui_variation=BritanniaThis will allow the aircraft to be found under Boeing in the Aircraft Select menu.atc_airline=Britanniaatc_flight_number=1123 (or whatever you'd prefer)atc_id=N700MS (or whatever you'd prefer)This will allow the aircraft to be identified by ATC.also, if it's a heavy aircraft, put "atc_heavy=1" (without the quotes) under fltsim, as well.and under general, insert:atc_type=Boeingatc_model=763This will make the ATC say "Boeing 767" when communicating.If there isn't a general section, put one there by inserting:(general)except you MUST replace the parentheses with square brackets.

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Hey thanks JBFS2k2 for the info. I will do that right away. Thanks for replying so quickly!....Regards Chris

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