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Tobei

Not very realistic!

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Was the first time in FS2004 at KMIA yesterday to check out the new default scenery. And what did I see there? Three Iberia A320 or A319 parked at the gates.I have the PAI Iberia package, based on the MRAI flightplans installed. Not very realistic IMHO.Wolfgang

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Obviously, some codeshares failed to be weeded out of the flightplans. Why not post this over at the pai forums so that corrective action can be taken? There is a section called "Bugs" over there. Perhaps that may be a better place.

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Kevin, you got me wrong! That was not meant to be a complaint! I just thought, it was funny and forgot to pot the :-) or the ;-) behind the post.I'll report this flw at the PAI forum tonight.BTW I use lots of PAI packages and this was the first "error" I recognized!Wolfgang :-wave

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This is incredible!! I knew that there exists kinda bizjet version of the A319 with extra tanks which can be used for transcontinental flights. But I never thought that a regular airliner A319 coud make it across the "big pond". Thanks for this info. Saves me from making a bug report at PAI :-)Wolfgang

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They go from Miami to Central America. These flights are bookable on their website. A strange situation which looks like cabotage. Maybe somebody else has some more background info on this deal.

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They fly into MIA to pick up pax from the 747 or A340 flights to/from Spain. They used to use DC-9-30s, then MD-87s, and now the Airbii. It was always kind of cool seeing them fly in, one after the other.

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Hi!Sorry if I'm wrong, but I think also Air France has some Domestic aircrafts at Miami to serve Carribean routes.Toby

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