How Do You Get FS 98 Planes To Fly?

Sun Dec 31, 2000 7:51 am


I was wondering if anybody knew how you can download and fly the add-on planes that many people on the internet speak about? Any information will be appreciated.


RE: How Do You Get FS 98 Planes To Fly?

Tue Jan 02, 2001 11:43 am
-instructions on how to instal the add-on will be provided, its very easy.
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RE: How Do You Get FS 98 Planes To Fly?

Sat Jan 06, 2001 5:27 am

yes, is great, also check but you need Winzip to unzip those files. if you need help mail me.  )
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RE: How Do You Get FS 98 Planes To Fly?

Sun Jan 07, 2001 11:08 am

In MOST cases all you have to do is unzip the aircraft into FS98's aircraft sub directory. If that does not work unzip the aircraft into a temporary folder and then move that folder into the FS98 aircraft directory. Hope that helps. Happy flying!  

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