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I have downloaded all necessay files from the web site. I want to use the auto installer to add the planes and I assume each schedule has its own also. If there is an experienced user out there that could walk me through one install I'm sure that I can do the rest. If you would like it might be easier to send a little tutorial to my email.phillip.dant@attbi.comThanks very much

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I just installed these a few days ago and was suprised how well it went after hearing horror stories from folks.First, download all the packs you want plus the base installer. Make sure you also grab Air France (or is it British Airways?) and Olympic, as I guess they have updates to fix the base installer or something.When you have them all down, install the base installer. Then install Air France pack (it might be British Airways that you need instead...might wanna check the PAI forum on that), then the Olympic, then all the others you want.Tada, done. Go to your favorite airport and check out all the parked planes. Hang out for a while and you'll see them land/takeoff. I also see no degridation in framerates that I can tell.

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Just make sure you start with the BaseInstaller first. If you didn't download the BaseInstaller, return to PAI and look at the very top of the AutoInstaller listing, http://www.pai.simairport.com/files/airlines/Setup_Base.zip . Select the option to add the PAI aircraft. If you want General Aviation (GA), select that option also. Once this installer is completed, check your fs2002aircraft folder for PAI aircraft, PAI A300 thru PAI MD80. Many or all of the aircraft may be missing texture folders until you install the various airline installers.Since I installed very early, I don't know if PAI has incorporated fixes for the aerodynamic *.air and aircraft.cfg files. You may want to visit the PAI UNOFFICIAL DOWNLOADS, Utilities menu selection and download the paiFDE_v2.zip and Lightfixes.zip, before you install any of the airline installers.Some have indicated that the order of the airline installers is critical. They have indicated Air France should be first. I personally don't know if that is true. They also indicated Olympic needed to be in there somewhere, but I don't have Olympic installed. I recommend you visit http://www.projectai.com/ , join the Message Boards (forums) post and read posts. There is also a tutorial, http://www.projectai.com/downloads/officia...ation_Guide.pdf and one here at AVSIM for download http://www.avsim.com/pages/contrails/p_leh...s_lehry_ai.html .

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Hi,This has nothing to do with PAI, but I just had to show you what the program " MYTraffic " did in my FS2002 in less then 2 minutes to install. It gave me tons of AI at airports. I just went to KPSP and saw all this great traffic taxing and taking off and landing...WOW! Take a good look in the back ground of the shot, that is all MYTraffic. Ijust wanted to show what this powerful program can do. ( I still can not believe all this very cool traffic ). Please keep in mind the program costed 29 dollars, but for me it was worth every cent. I mean just minutes to install and all the AI one could want all over the world. From what I understand an" editor " for MYTraffic will be out soon as well. Ok, maybe all the aircraft are not as great as PAI, but I can think soon there will be alot more one could install as time goes by. You can even down-load a free demo to give it a try and se just what it does. This Hobby Just Keeps Getting Better... :-yellow1Kind Regardshttp://www.aavirtual.com/images/aav700_banner.gif

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Thanks to all that replied. I am so anxious to try it out I just took a vacation day for Friday.Remember the worst day of simming always beats the best day at work.........

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