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FSX Default Traffic
FS2004 Default GA Traffic
Ultimage GA is the best place for GA aircraft packages for FS2004 - they
do work in FSX, but some updates are needed for full functionality.
For small aircraft - HTAI models has an extremely good package of single engine Cessna aircraft for a very good price.
FSX Test Files
in TTools Format (Individual .BGL, and source files for each aircaft type)
NOTE - the Caravan is in both files. FS defines the Caravan as Airline Traffic, but most people prefer to have it as GA traffic
FSX Airline Traffic
FSX GA Traffic
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Modifications from the default 050328 traffic file
Thanks to Phil Reynolds for taking the default FS2004 AI traffic and rebuilding it with correct registration numbers for the country where one leg of the flight originates.
Thanks to Mike Regimbald for splitting Phil's default FS2004 traffic into GA and Commercial files.
Thanks to Curt Jardey for compiling a list of alternate airports for US Class B airports - made this process go a lot quicker.
Changes I've made in these files:
1. I've gone to the world's 100 busiest airports (based on passenger loading) and moved the small GA traffic to other airports in the local area - where ever possible - (what alternates are available for Hong Kong or Cheju Island Korea?) I've only used alternate airports which are AI capable in the default FS2004. In some cases - I had to replace the Cessna, Mooney and Piper aircraft with Barons, King Airs & Learjets.
2. I've left the occasional Baron, almost all the King Air and Lear flights at most of the airports because they will land as fast as many of the regional turboprops. I've almost eliminated the Cessna Caravan amphibs at the major airports and really cut down the numbers of the C208B Caravans.
3. I've left the DC-3, Ford Trimotor, Curtiss Jenny, de Havilland Comet, Piper Cub, Ryan NYP, Lockheed Vega and Vickers Vimy flights in place because only a couple visit the major airports.
4. I've adjust several of the US flights which come from other countries to land at airports which are US Customs Airports. That's why there is one daily Cessna 172 going into Cleveland - there is no other local alternate which is a Customs airport.
5. I've fixed the N0 - US registration number issue - the US FAA does not allow registration numbers to start with the letter N and the number zero - the second character must be a number from one to nine.