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Looking for static GA aircraft

Hello everyone, I am looking for some nice high quality static GA aircraft to add to the sceneries I am creating. I am new to this and am having a blast modifying the airports in the San Juan islands here in Wa state where I live. I have a few static aircraft but they're older and look a little cartoonish in FSX. I am using Airport Design Editor 9X. I'm guessing there is a way to put the stock FSX aircraft in place as static aircraft, I'll keep researching on that as well.

Thanks and have a great day!

personally, I'd consider finding an actual AI aircraft and making a flightplan for it -- have them takeoff/land in the middle of the night, that way, they're always there when you're looking for them, and you save the trouble of looking for static aircraft :)