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how to do the addons for 2004

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Davaughn Trainee

can anyone tell me how to add on new aircrafts to my2000 flifgt sim please

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antone First Officer
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Davaughn Trainee

antone wrote:

This post may help you:

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

still cannot get it to work can you send me instructions in detail or a phone number to flyaway sim

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antone First Officer

Hmm, I don't think there's a phone number. The aircraft on this site were created by various different programmers - they're just organised here for convenience.

Anyhow, when you download a new plane, it will typically be in a zip file. Before you can use it, you need to use a zip utility like WinZip to unpack it. Do so somewhere you can find it easily using explorer.

Once unzipped, check for a file called "readme.txt" or the like. This will tell you any specific instructions about that aircraft.

In general, you need to copy the aircraft files into the aircraft folder in your FS directory. They should all be in a folder, and there should be a file called "aircraft.cfg" at the top level of that folder. If FS can't see this file, it won't recognise the aircraft.

If you didn't change any of the default options (and are using Win XP) the aircraft folder will be at "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9\aircraft"

Perhaps we could give better help if you could explain more precisely what you are having trouble with.

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Davaughn Trainee

antone wrote:

Hmm, I don't think there's a phone number. The aircraft on this site were created by various different programmers - they're just organised here for convenience.

Anyhow, when you download a new plane, it will typically be in a zip file. Before you can use it, you need to use a zip utility like WinZip to unpack it. Do so somewhere you can find it easily using explorer.

Once unzipped, check for a file called "readme.txt" or the like. This will tell you any specific instructions about that aircraft.

In general, you need to copy the aircraft files into the aircraft folder in your FS directory. They should all be in a folder, and there should be a file called "aircraft.cfg" at the top level of that folder. If FS can't see this file, it won't recognise the aircraft.

If you didn't change any of the default options (and are using Win XP) the aircraft folder will be at "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9\aircraft"

Perhaps we could give better help if you could explain more precisely what you are having trouble with.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

See if this helps and could you please tell me what your last post means, all you did was quote someone else and not add anything to it.

My Computer is an icon on your desktop, double click on it.
Inside your main drive icon is "C".
Double click on that.
Look for a folder "Program Files".
Double click on that.
Look for a folder marked "Microsoft Games".
Double click on that.
Now you have a folder Flight Simulator.
Double click on that.
Laid out are all the simulator folders.
Follow the read-me that came with the aircraft.

Radar

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