You need to install the base pack before you use the auto-install airline repaints. Doing this will automatically load all the required base models into your aircraft folder. This will allow the auto-installers to insert the textures, and decompile-add flightplans and aircraft-compile your traffic.bgl.
A couple of reasons why the above may not work is:
- You did not install FS2002 into the default directory (c:program filesmicrosoft gamesfs2002 ). In this case you will need to do a bit of manual installing.
- You do not have a required airport in the airport.txt file. For this you will need to create the airport in the airport.txt file (you can download full airport.txt files from the PAI web site), or you will not be able to complete the compile.
I hope this helps.
I have now installed all the PAI installers, plus re-installed repaints of the default aircraft and schedules for other airlines as an interim step before the PAI version is released. Now if you want to land or take off at ATL, LAX, LHR, AMS, ORD, DEN, etc. get in the queue
Unfortunately I had to get rid of the Posky B767's and A330's because of the frame hit