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HelloHow can i find departure time of a parked AI aircraftin FS2004.I do not want to edit/change AI traffic.If there is no extra software just let me knowthe filename, where FS9 keeps this data.Then i can lookup with WordPad or Editor.Tanks,G

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All the AI schedules are in a series of files called trafficxxx.bgl or something like that not readadble as a text file. You will need Lee Swordy's Traffic Tools to decompile it into several text files one of which contains the AI schedule, aircraft reference-model coordination, and an airport data file.By getting the latest AI Traffic Mover for FS2K2, The AITM FS2K4 alpha update, and the latest version of traffic tools, you can combine these to display among other things airport schedules and airline schedules by using the search tool with appropriate type of sorting entries in AITM.There are others based on Traffic Tools but I am not familar with these.These are all freeware.

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>By getting the latest AI Traffic Mover for FS2K2, The AITM>FS2K4 alpha update, and the latest version of traffic tools,>you can combine these to display among other things airport>schedules and airline schedules by using the search tool with>appropriate type of sorting entries in AITM.ThanksA little complicated. I'm not that experienced :-(G

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AddendumI downloaded ttools202 and de-compiled successfully FS9 trafficxxx.bgl.I got txt files which contain the data i needed.Thanks Lee Swordy

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And if you downloaded AITM from http://www.molitor-home.de/fs/aitm/ (the FS2002 version and the FS2004 update), then you could File/Open the flight plan file that TTools created and have a full timetable for any airport in that plan with a push of a button!!Hope this helps,--Tom GibsonCal Classic Propliner Page: http://www.calclassic.comFreeflight Design Shop: http://www.freeflightdesign.comDrop by! ___x_x_(")_x_x___

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