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A long while ago. Someone, might have been Gary Hayes(not sure) posted a link to a site that had just about all of the airlines in Japan for AI. Anyhow the more important thing, on this site they had an airport.txt file that had just about every airport know to man listed in it(somewhere in the neighborhood of 20,000). Having it sure made adding AI ailines that fly to places that are not in the default airport.txt file. I was wondering if anyone would have this site address and/or another place to get this file????Thanks,:-outtahttp://www.flightsimnetwork.com/dcforum/Us...43942b48d2b.jpg

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Get yourself the newest copy of Traffic Tools 1.3.3....it has a program called an airport collector: CollectAirports.exeWhen you run that program it creates a huge master list of all of the airports which FS2002 has....Then you can either use that list, just rename it to airports.txtOR....you just use it as a master list...when you do a compile and TTools gives you an error message about a missing airport, just do a search in that text file and copy and paste the missing airport into your airports.txt file.Current traffic tools download: http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID...02ai&DLID=23119Finally you can use a program called AITM, this program has a feature where it will export a current list of all your airports in your flight plans only. This keeps the airports.txt file size low.Current AITM download: http://www.molitor-home.de/fs/aitm/[div align=center][link:www.jetdoc.com/STO/]Visit The Bookstore & Gift Shoppe][/b

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>Hi Jeff,>>PAI's new master files also contain an airport file with just>about every airport. Just download it from their website.>>Cheers,>>Gosta.>>http://hifi.avsim.net/activesky/images/wxrebeta.jpg> >Having compared it with what I currently have in my own airport.txt (produced by collector) I'd advise you that the PAI version is far from what it claims these days. It may well have had most of the airports in use when it was originally produced, but it falls way short of what's available in AI flightplans today.On a side note, I'm puzzled by the comments of whoever it was (sorry - can't see the post while I'm typing) who mentioned that collector produces a text file DIFFERENT to airports.txt. Could you enlighten me as to how this is achieved please?

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In what way exactly does the airport list at ProjectAI fall short?I would be interested to hear the facts behind that statement.KJ

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