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easy to to do do the following? I woould like to have at least a Dash8 Dash 7- Atr-42 and a 737-200 leaving my airport at Charlo, N.B and going to Montreal Que and the return flights also. Is thisdifficult to do? Find and install ai a/c and create the flight plan/ schedule?MBWZA

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You can do that with the Famous Groundbreaking Tool by Lee Swordy called "TTools." Latest version is 1.2, although there is a beta version 1.3. Get 1.2 here at AVSIM.But do a search for tutorials on how it works. It's easy, but you have to be precise. Computers have no tolerance for human errors!Lee included a turorial, but it can be a little confusing. There are some user-friendly ones. With a little practice and trial and error, you'll become adept at using it.TTools lets you insert an aircraft into existing flight plans for AI traffic, or create your own, provided the airports you assign have the capability of hosting flights. The AFCAD program allows for much more access to those airports' capacity by allowing you to edit the parameters of the default airports' pathways.Anyway,,,,,,,,,,,,, have a go at it. If you have any other hic-ups with it, there's plenty of help here.I suggest first trying TTools. Rick

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Also download AFCAD from the library, AITM from http://www.molitor-home.de/FS/AITM and yRoute from http://www.spacejock.com . These tools will allow you to look at the files to see what you already have at your airport, make changes, recompile the changes, and to modify your airport parking.Some of the default AI plans might have flightplans for your airport. You can decompile the original traffic.bgl and search for flights for the Dash-8 (remember it had three different airlines) then redirect them to the aircraft/airline of choice. You can also make or download flightplans that might suit your needs. Not too many regional flightplans have been made available at the present, but there are some.

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