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Can anyone help me, I just downloaded and installed an addon ai Boeing 777-300er AA colors and I want to assign it to AA 137 a real flight from VHHH to KDFW, so how do add this route and assign it to this certain aircraft

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You can't just add one flight to an existing UT2 airline that I know of. Thee are 2 options. One wait for the next updated UT2 schedule, (They do usually charge for that, but sometimes they give it out free) The other option is a little more complicated. Using a program called UT2 Power Pack, you can get at their home website. If you have a TTools formatted file of the route and flight you can build it a an addon airline. Press the ? mark on the upper right to display full instructions how to do this. There is also a manual way to add it, but I've never done it that way before, again it is included in the instructions. Make sure the aircraft you assign has the Airline Name defined as American so it appears correct in the sim. In UT2 the data will show with the fictitious unique name you assign.

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Bump bump please help

I think your best bet since you only have one flight you want to add, is use the manual option, the full instructions how to do it is in the help file when you click the ? on the UT2 Power Pack utility.

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yes but when I try to create a schedule it only allows me to slect the default ut2 aircraft not the addons that I added

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yes but when I try to create a schedule it only allows me to slect the default ut2 aircraft not the addons that I added

After you do all you need to do in UT2 Power pack, and you compiled your schedule into UT2. Go to the aircraft repaint page in UT2, select the new schedule you just created, select the airline and aircraft type (777-300ER) on the left side. On the right side is your aircraft database, select the one you want to  add. Enter the number of aircraft you want to allocate or unlimited to allow any amount. (This is useful if you have specialized repaints like say Southwest where there are only one or few aircraft with that repaint) Add it to the assignments, then delete the existing UT2 assignment. Then whenever UT2 schedules flights for your new addon airline it will use that aircraft.

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I don't see how the problems you are now describing (sound and graphic problems) could be attributed to UT2, as it's databases are outside of FSX itself. You should be able to verify this, by turning all traffic off in UT2. and see if you are still getting sound and graphic anomaly's. As for your existing problem, I think you are at a stage you need to seek help over at the UT2 support forum.  Not knowing exactly what steps you have taken,  so far, and if they were done correctly or not,  it's doubtful anyone here could help you any further at this point. Support from the developer is probably now your best hope. Sorry it didn't work out!!

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They have NO permissions to use the models and plans of the original developers, even going against their wishes. Then they are going to claim that it is all their own work. It is pirated software.

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I agree with Jim, have you checked out World of AI (WOAI)? That's a good alternative but you have to download each airline package separately. The good point is that allows you to customize what airlines you want to use  It installs with a installer. Which is pretty user friendly.

 

http://www.world-of-ai.com/allpackages.php

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The best way to add to UT2 is through their Power Pack. I have completely updated a lot of schedules that way, now that the program has been abandoned. You have to spend a bit of time with the Power Pack manual, but it works well.

 

Lee

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The best way to add to UT2 is through their Power Pack. I have completely updated a lot of schedules that way, now that the program has been abandoned. You have to spend a bit of time with the Power Pack manual, but it works well.

 

Lee

I agree, I done that too with FedEx and UPS schedules, worked really well. The OP though has tried this already, and whatever he did, appears to have messed things up, so I can't blame him for being skittish!!

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I'm sorry for hijacking this topic and going crazy with my questions and I kept ut2 and I am installing schedules from woai to ut2 right now

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I'm sorry for hijacking this topic and going crazy with my questions and I kept ut2 and I am installing schedules from woai to ut2 right now

How could you hijack, your own topic??:lol:

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Oddly enough, there is also a good tutorial on adding or fixing schedules in UT2 over at the UK2000 scenery website.

 

 

Lee

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The UK2000 UT2 manual is an excellent one, Benjamin. It was compiled by Norman Dean (the UK2000 AFD designer), and it was the one I used to learn how to add new airline schedules, models, and repaints to Ultimate Traffic 2. I fly exclusively around the UK and Ireland in P3D, and my UT2 schedules are dominated by the stuff that I have added.

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