AIRAC Cycle 1108 (complete) [FSX, FS9, X-Plane] DRM Free [TOP]
AIRAC Cycle 1108 (complete) [FSX, FS9, X-Plane] DRM Free
Once unzipped, in NavDataPro you will see both an add-on aircraft database (a.cdb for FSX/P3D,.dlb for FS9) and a separate aircraft folder containing aircraft-specific.AIRLINK files. Before applying, it’s best to make sure the database is up-to-date:
The add-on databases are heavily documented. You can download them from the NavDataPro help file for the aircraft youre flying. Though we’ll ignore the Cessna 172, the guide covers the Cirrus, and it applies to almost all of the other aircraft in the app. If youve purchased the new Cirrus Jet edition for FSX, youll find the files in the Cirrus folder. Even if youd like to play just one of the aircraft you have unlocked, you can still do so by unzipping the Cirrus folder. On the following screen you can tap Download Individual Aircraft for the add-on version of an aircraft. You will need to tap the AircraftFile.air xml for FSX and.dlb for FS9, then tap the purple download button. Note that FSX will extract all aircraft youve already downloaded, so if you have FSX version 4.2 on your computer, you will have to deselect that option to download only the aircraft file (not the database).
Once your aircraft is ready, you can select Download Individual Aircraft in NavDataPro, or press the download arrow in the top right corner of Freeflight and download the aircraft. You can select the aircraft database when you go to the aircrafts add-on section, but it isnt necessary to apply the aircrafts database as a separate step. Instead, you can simply pick the desired aircraft file in Freeflight and begin flying.
If you downloaded the new Cirrus Jet SF50 add-on for FSX or FS9, you will find the aircraft file in the newly created SF50 folder. To make sure your aircrafts data is up-to-date, sync the database using NavDataPro.
airacraft includes two.zip files in the repository: master.zip includes all the files for the fsx and fs9 versions. these files are the ones that you will actually download. x-plane version includes the x-plane version of airacraft only. this file is the one you will upload to the x-plane version of airacraft.
the repository includes the fsx version and fs9 version. if you intend to fly with the provided fsx/fs9 version of airacraft, it is highly recommended that you do not use the provided version of x-plane, as the x-plane aircraft and scenery models are customized for airacraft.
because the models are customized for airacraft, some changes may be required to accommodate the model to airacraft’s needs. if you are not familiar with these changes, it is recommended that you read the instructions in the repository first.
here we have it! a download link to the complete version of the fsx:air combat cycle 1108 that has been downloaded and uploaded to the ais air combat cycle 1108 section. i have also uploaded a full routines file to the routines section as well.
the word “complete” means that i have uploaded the entire game. the game contains a list of resource files that are needed for the fsx:air combat cycle 1108. these resource files are listed in the game itself. they do not have to be downloaded separately. you simply need to copy the list of resource files to your game installation folder, and you are ready to go.