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When I want to make a flightplan in AS2012 I often get a "Destination ID not found" message. I assume AS2012 is using it's own airport database and that a number of (small) airports are not in it. Is there something that can be done about it?Regards,Allard.


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Hello Allard,You can add airports to account for things added via scenery, etc... this is done in the Wx Options/Edit Station Weather tab. If you're getting this with a normal FSX airport that should be there in the database, please advise and we can look into this (support.hifitechinc.com). Thanks!


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HiFi  Simulation Technologies

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