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Wim: Thanks for your reply. You are right Scansim was responsible for EKCH Kastrup X Airport Scenery. The author Claus Vendelboe Holmberg is actualy the woman you reffer to, I too was surprised when he went public, but his FS knowledge and the team he worked with at that time were very good.
I believetoo now that the issue is an elevation problem, which I have no idea how to fix.
PhrogPhlyer, thank you too for your advice I will heed it.
AIG Manager is pointing to the URL used by previous version of the flightsim.com software. You'll need to post the issue to alpha-india because they will have to update the links in their traffic files.
It works fine for me going through just my ISP's connection, but when I connected my VPN through an Austrian server, I get a 403 error. Looks like there is an issue somewhere along the way for Austrian connections. Is there some sort of geoblocking or filtering going on?
QUick question the old format allowed to browse up to 300 of newst files or so. That was quite handy for isntance when I came back form a trip or vacations and wished to check if there was any interesting new addons (regardless of the section). Is there anything similar in the new forum ? I notice the main page and each section page also has a "newest files " section, but it seems just a handful of files are there.
I doubt you'll ever get a complete answer to your question, given how many countries there are with aviation registrations and how few report updated stats. But "approximately 220,000 civil aircraft registered in the U.S." and "FAA registrations fluctuate around 140000 aircraft, not including kit planes, ultralights, etc." for GA (certainly over 10,000 Van's kits sold, with LOTS more homebuilts beyond that), so I suspect that the 220K includes pretty much everything except military. AOPA used to publish current U.S. statistics (maybe still do, I'm no longer a member), but maybe someone out there has more info.