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zero29 Trainee

Where (which 2004 folder in the program files) would I save the NASA Spaceshuttle and Aircraft Carier downloads so they appear in the 2004 menu? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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RadarMan Chief Captain

Follow this and it should help. Always check the read-me that comes with the download.

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

Radar

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zero29 Trainee

Thank you, but of course this brings up another question....the shuttle worked fine, but w/ regard to the carrier:

1) how does one get to the carrier - do you have to fly to it or can it be picked as an 'airpoprt'....floating I guess.
2) several of the planes loaded into the software do not appear as choices from the menu?

The exact carrier loaded is this.. https://flyawaysimulation.com/downloads/files/1303/fs2004-carrierops-full-pack/

Thank you in advance for any help.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

zero29 wrote:

Thank you, but of course this brings up another question....the shuttle worked fine, but w/ regard to the carrier:

1) how does one get to the carrier - do you have to fly to it or can it be picked as an 'airpoprt'....floating I guess.
2) several of the planes loaded into the software do not appear as choices from the menu?

The exact carrier loaded is this.. https://flyawaysimulation.com/downloads/files/1303/fs2004-carrierops-full-pack/

Thank you in advance for any help.

If you load it into scenery they should tell you how to find it in the read-me. Then it will be listed like an airport.
If you load into aircraft that means that you can only "drive" it.

Radar

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zero29 Trainee

Thank you....one more....the B-52 plane states that if I want the 'AI' verson of the plane I should load that particular file...what is an 'AI' version and how does it differ from the other B-52 file.

Thanks.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

zero29 wrote:

Thank you....one more....the B-52 plane states that if I want the 'AI' verson of the plane I should load that particular file...what is an 'AI' version and how does it differ from the other B-52 file.

Thanks.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_intelligence

They are usually easier on the frame rate and quite often you can't fly them.
They are on a set schedule to fly from one point to another.
There are free and pay programs to put AI in the air and on the ground.
The sim looks like a new sim when they are added.
You have to wait in line at runways to take off, quite nice.

Radar

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