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How do you place AI or static aircraft?

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I am using AFCAD 2 to clean up my local airport. Is it possible to place aircraft in the various parking spots? For example we have single gate for an airline (B1900). I have already assigned that spot to the correct airline and in the aircraft editor I have assigned the correct aircraft to the airline. I would like to have the 1900 parked there as a default.Can this be done without serious amounts of work?

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You need to make flightplans to place the aircraft, with AFCAD you only make the infrastructure (parking positions, taxi routes, etc). You can use TTool to make the flightplans.

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:-cool If you just need static aircraft,you can find a/c macros,and place them with A.P.F.W..If you need a/c that fly ,then Arno is right.

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Where might one find TTool & A.P.F.W.? Are they commercial programs? I did a search in the file library (under FS9) and could not find any reference to them).Thanks

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APFW is Airport for Windows, www.airportforwindows.com. But if you are only doing some changes with AFCAD it might be a bit complex to use this scenery design program as well.TTools should be available from all big sites. I think everybody uses this tool to add flightplans :D.Both are freeware btw.

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