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Compatibility of Prepar3D and FSX aircraft

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Many people, included myself have invested in add-on aircraft. As the number and type of new FS2020 aircraft is mainly small GA-aircraft, I am very much interested if our "old" aircraft will fly (may less nice then the default ones) and then the question is also how to address those aircraft (will there be some kind of simobjects.cfg?)

With kind regards,

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I think it’s a case of waiting until it’s released & we will know more.


By the way.. great photo,




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Hi Loki,

But how are they adressed??????, do they have to be moved into some kind of aircraft-folder or can they be adressed by some king of add-on.xml as is the case in Prepar3D ?


Like I said, it isn't clear how it will work at the moment.

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