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Need Flight Simulator 2004 Some Planes Add On.

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Pitt Trainee

Hey everyone, does anyone knows where I can download United Airline Boeing 747, Singapore, China Eastern Airline, Japan Airline Boeing 747-400 & Airforce One because I cant find in this site.

If anyone knows where I can download this planes add on for flight simulator 2004, that will be very helpful, thanks.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

The only way you are going to get specialized aircraft such as those (specific names) will be at the larger sites.
http://www.avsim.com/
Click on "file library" at the top left and feed in your information in their search engine.
The same with these three.

http://www.simviation.com/menu.html

http://www.flightsim.com/

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Pitt Trainee

Thanks so much for this sites.

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Pitt Trainee

Thanks so so much for the first website, I find my favourite airlines that now I can fly in flight simulator 2004, you are the best. Very Happy

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Thumbs Up! Your very welcome. They have one of the largest selections on the net along with http://www.flightsim.com/ which is difficult at times to access.

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DMan Trainee

I Tryed downloading some planes for fs2004, once i download what do i do after that? i need help. if there is anyone out there who could help me out i be very much obliged

thanx Laughing

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Pitt wrote:

Thanks so so much for the first website, I find my favourite airlines that now I can fly in flight simulator 2004, you are the best. Very Happy

Sorry, I forgot about the king of all sites http://www.projectopensky.com/.

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DMan wrote:

I Tryed downloading some planes for fs2004, once i download what do i do after that? i need help. if there is anyone out there who could help me out i be very much obliged

thanx Laughing

Hi Dman,

Most of the freeware add-on planes come in a .zip archive. Unzip the archive, and look for the "readme" file. In that file should be the manual installation instructions for that particular plane. Sometimes, it's as simple as placing a single folder in your ...\fs9\aircraft folder. Some planes require a slightly more involved process. Some also tell you to just go back and unzip the original .zip archive directly into your main fs9 folder (in a case like this, the plane's sub-folders should sort themselves out by going into the appropriate folders).

In any event, the "readme" (sometimes called something else, but you can figure it out once you see the available .txt, .doc, or .html installation instructions) should explain the process for each plane.

Most payware planes come with auto-installers. A few freeware planes come with these as well.

One small note:

Do be careful about installing planes made for older versions of Flight Simulator. There may be unexpected anomalies in operation if a plane isn't designed (or at least updated) for fs2004.

Finally...since you don't always know that you're going to want to keep a plane you just downloaded to try, if installation involves more than placing a single folder in the "aircraft" folder (easily removed by simply deleting that single folder), you may want to keep track of "gauge", "effects", etc. files that were installed into the main "gauge" and "effects" folders with each plane, so you can remove them from these folders if you decide to remove the plane at some point. It probably doesn't matter if a few stray files are left behind, but I like the idea of cleaning up all the files of unwanted planes during removal.

I hope this helps.

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Pitt wrote:

Thanks so much for this sites.

how do you add them into ms2004

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Anonymous wrote:

Pitt wrote:

Thanks so much for this sites.

how do you add them into ms2004

This link should help you add them.

https://flyawaysimulation.com/knowledge/page/34/installing-addon-flight-simulator-downloads/

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