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ACA-2013: FSX AI error (HELP)

Dear AI experts,

Recently, I have installed the following AI: Air India in my FSX and checked it using ACA-2013. I get the following error only for aircraft type 777 300ER. I have done all checks in-terms of aircraft files (.cfg / texture / model, AI flight plan assignment all are ok also using AIFP tool.

Please could some one tell me what does the below error message mean? What should be checkig for to remove this error? I see all Air India aircraft within FSX except the Air India 777 300ERs.


Thanking you all and with kind regards,
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Can you decompile the Traffic_Su14_AirIndia_FSX.bgl file to see if the aircraft is well identified?


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Make sure the plane's name in the decompiled BGL file (in the aircraft.txt file) matches EXACTLY the title= line in the plane's aircraft.cfg file.