To add scenery to FS2002, you need a scenery design program, such as, Airport
for Windows - http://www.airportforwindows.com/ or Flight Simulator Scenery
Creator - http://www.fssc.avsim.net/ . AFCAD140 for FS2002 only provides ATC
type data and not visible scenery data.
For FS2004, AFCAD211+ does add visible scenery to the extent of runways,
taxiways, and other ground objects.
If you only intend to use FS2002, visit the sites above for more information.
I am relatively new to this stuff. I have owned my FS2002 for over a year and
I am tired of arriving to airports and they do not look real realistic. I havedownloaded ai traffic and thoroughly enjoy it. I recently downloaded AFCAD
onto my computer. I do not understand how to add scenery onto my FS 2002. I
look at all the scenery available at flightsim.com. I really would like to
start with Atlanta's airport but I do not know how to begin. Can someone help
me? I am really wet behind the ears so please be real basic with information.