How to Enhance Your Airport Experience with FSX-Aerosoft Airport Enhancement Services V2.10
If you are looking for a way to make your flights more realistic and immersive, you might want to check out FSX-Aerosoft Airport Enhancement Services V2.10. This is a set of modules that runs inside FSX and FS2004 and that will change the way how you will experience your airports.
With AES, you will get animated gates, service vehicles, pushback trucks, follow me vans, and marshallers that will interact with your aircraft in a realistic way. You will also get custom sounds, effects, and animations that will enhance the atmosphere of your airport.
AES is compatible with many popular airport sceneries and works with any aircraft. You can choose your parking position and request the services you need. AES will automatically align the jetways and vehicles to your aircraft doors and engines. You can also communicate with the ground crew via a simple menu or voice control.
To use AES, you need to buy credits that you can assign to the airports you want to activate. Each airport has a different credit value depending on its size and complexity. You can also get bonus credits when you buy a certain number of credit packs.
You can download the AES Base Pack for free from the Aerosoft website[^2^]. This will give you access to some default airports and a few payware airports that are supported by AES. To activate more airports, you need to buy AES Creditpacks from the Aerosoft Shop[^2^]. You can also find more information and downloads on the Aerosoft Community Services forum[^1^].
If you want to take your airport experience to the next level, don't miss FSX-Aerosoft Airport Enhancement Services V2.10. It will make your flights more fun and realistic.
How to Install and Activate AES
To install AES, you need to download and run the AES Base Pack installer from the Aerosoft website[^2^]. This will copy the necessary files to your FSX or FS2004 folder. You also need to run the AESHelp program that will scan your scenery library and detect the airports that are compatible with AES. You can then assign credits to the airports you want to activate. You can also configure some options like voice control, sound volume, and vehicle types.
To buy credits, you need to purchase AES Creditpacks from the Aerosoft Shop[^2^]. Each creditpack contains 10 credits that you can use for any airport. The price of each creditpack is 15.08 Euros (including VAT). You will receive a serial code that you need to enter in the AESHelp program. You can also get bonus credits when you buy a certain number of creditpacks. For example, if you buy 6 creditpacks, you will get 12 free credits (20% extra).
How to Use AES in FSX
To use AES in FSX, you need to press Ctrl+Shift+W to bring up the AES main menu. From there, you can request different services like pushback, follow me, catering, refueling, etc. You can also communicate with the ground crew via voice control or menu options. You will see animated vehicles and personnel that will perform the requested services. You will also hear custom sounds and effects that will enhance the realism.
AES will automatically detect your aircraft type and position and adjust the vehicles and jetways accordingly. You can also choose your parking position from a list of available gates or stands. AES will guide you to your parking spot with a follow me van and a marshaller. You can also request a pushback truck that will push you back exactly onto the taxiway.
AES works with any aircraft, but some aircraft models have special features that are supported by AES. For example, some aircraft have custom door animations that can be controlled by AES. You can find a list of supported aircraft on the Aerosoft forum[^1^]. You can also download additional aircraft configurations from other users or create your own. aa16f39245