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I am just in the proccess of purchasing a Traffic add-on for FS9.Which one is the best out of:-Just flight traffic 2004Ulitmate TrafficOr are they both like for like products?Also i have noticed that on the Flight1.com web site the picture of Ultimate Traffic is a different picture to the one at the Just Flight.com web site...are they the same but package different due to flight 1 been US Based and Just Flight been UK Based sites?Regards Paul Teasdale

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If you search the forum for the titles, you'll find multiple threads describing the differences. You can also do your own for free. You'll find out how in your search. I recently added 76 AI airlines, along with hundreds(?) of AI planes for free, and it looks great.Post back if you decide to do your own and have any questions as there are one or two minor things to get the hang of.

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Also not to forget you have mytraffic 2004 as well that has the most traffic. Also hope you got a really fast CPU because the performance hit is insane at times ;)

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Hey, I use MS' Traffic SDK. It generates flights automatically based on the config files you customize. Only limitation is that you can't customize each country's airliners but since I fly in 2 countries only it is a simple matter of switching the bgl files....I do not care if the traffic has a realistic time Departure or arrival, I just care if there is traffic at all. Paying for a product regarding AI traffic is not my option.Pilot_76.

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