Perhaps you were thinking of Traffic 2004 which does not include AA
in the correct livery due to very strict regulations from AA
about payware products containing their livery. So Traffic 2004 contains a modified livery that resembles AA
's but without the "American" in the lettering etc. UT uses a lot of PAI
models and paints, who received permission from AA
to use their livery.
So, if you have AA
running with UT and PAI
you will have twice as many AA
flights as you should do! However, how many do you notice out of interest? On a busy morning at LHR
you can find at least 6 AA
aircraft on the ground at T3
I have PAI
for their packages and UT for the airlines PAI
don't produce packages for, and Traffic 2004 for the charters, so I have three traffic .bgl files running side by side. It takes a bit of organisation but works very nicely.
Once you have tasted flight, you will walk the earth with your eyes turned forever skyward