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Aerosoft Aes V 2 13 Credit: What You Need to Know
If you are a fan of flight simulation games, you might have heard of Aerosoft Aes, a set of modules that enhances your airport experience in FSX and FS2004. But what exactly is Aerosoft Aes and how does it work? And what are Aes Credits and how can you buy and use them? In this article, we will answer these questions and more, and show you some of the amazing features that Aerosoft Aes offers. Read on to find out more.
Aerosoft Aes V 2 13 Credit
Aerosoft Aes, which stands for Airport Enhancement Services, is a product developed by Oliver Pabst that runs inside FSX and FS2004 and changes the way you experience your airports. It adds realistic animations, sounds, and services to your airports, such as pushback, jetways, service vehicles, de-icing, follow me car, boarding and deboarding of passengers, and more. It makes your airports come alive and gives you a more immersive feeling of being a real pilot.
What is Aerosoft Aes?
Aerosoft Aes is a set of modules that runs inside FSX and FS2004 and enhances your airport experience. It works with many airports and sceneries from different developers, such as Aerosoft, Simwings, FlyTampa, UK2000, etc. It detects the airports automatically and activates the services accordingly. You can also customize the settings and preferences of Aerosoft Aes to suit your needs.
What are Aes Credits?
Aes Credits are the currency that you need to buy in order to use Aerosoft Aes. Each airport or scenery that is compatible with Aerosoft Aes requires a certain number of credits to be activated. The number of credits depends on the size and complexity of the airport or scenery. For example, a small airport might need only 1 credit, while a large airport might need 5 credits or more.
You can buy Aes Credits from the Aerosoft Shop or other online stores that sell flight simulation products. You can buy credit packs of 10 credits each for 15.08 (including VAT). You will receive a serial code that you need to enter in the AESHelp program to redeem your credits.
How to Buy and Use Aes Credits?
To buy and use Aes Credits, you need to follow these steps:
Download and install the AES Base Pack (Version 2.45) from here. This is a free download that contains the basic files and modules for Aerosoft Aes.
Buy one or more credit packs from the Aerosoft Shop or other online stores. You will receive a serial code for each credit pack.
Run the AESHelp program that is installed with the AES Base Pack. Click on the "Enter Serial Code" button and enter your serial code. Your credits will be added to your account.
Select the airport or scenery that you want to activate with Aerosoft Aes. Click on the "Activate" button and choose how many credits you want to use for that airport or scenery. The minimum number of credits required is shown in brackets.
Start FSX or FS2004 and enjoy the enhanced airport experience with Aerosoft Aes.
Note: You can also benefit from the bonus system that gives you additional free credits when you buy a certain number of credit packs. For example, if you buy 6 credit packs, you get 2 free credits per credit pack (20% additional credits). If you buy 15 credit packs, you get 4 free credits per credit pack (40% additional credits).
Features of Aerosoft Aes
Aerosoft Aes offers many features that make your airport experience more realistic and immersive. Here are some of them:
Pushback with Sound and Animation
When you are ready to depart from your gate or parking position, you can request a pushback service from Aerosoft Aes. You will see a pushback truck that hooks up to your aircraft and pushes you back to the taxiway. The pushback truck has engine sound and animated objects, such as towbar, wheels, lights, etc. The pushback is fully automated and AES knows exactly where to put your aircraft. You will also hear voice instructions from the ground crew that tell you when to start engines, release brakes, etc.
Animated Gates and Jetways
When you arrive at your gate or parking position, you will see a 3D marshaller with detailed animation that guides you to your location and signals you to cut your engines. He will also plug in his headphone and tell you that the blocks are in place. At the same time, the jetway will start moving towards your aircraft and will perfectly align to the door on your aircraft (any aircraft!). If the gate has dual jetways, both will work. Even the rubber seal that keeps out the rain is animated. When you depart, the jetway will move back (you will hear the warning siren) and the ground crew will signal you all is clear.
Moving Service Vehicles
After you park at your gate or parking position, you will see various service vehicles that link up perfectly to your aircraft (catering, air stairs, cargo, buses, cleaning and refueling services). They have realistic animations and sounds as well. You can also request specific services from AESHelp if you want them earlier or later than usual.
De-Icing Service and Follow Me Car
If you are flying in winter conditions or cold regions, you might need a de-icing service before takeoff. You can request this service from AESHelp as well. You will see a de-icing truck that sprays fluid on your wings and tail to remove any ice or snow buildup. You will also hear voice instructions from the de-icing crew.
If you are not familiar with the airport layout or need guidance to your gate or parking position, you can request a follow me car service from AESHelp as well. You will see a follow me van that waits for you at the runway exit or near your parking position. It adapts its speed to your taxi speed and even blinks its turn signals to alert you to a turn.
Boarding and Deboarding of Passengers
If you want to simulate boarding and deboarding of passengers at your gate or parking position, you can do so with Aerosoft Aes as well. You will see passengers walking out of or into your aircraft through the jetway or air stairs (depending on your aircraft type). You will also hear boarding music and announcements from AESHelp.
Compatible Airports and Sceneries
Aerosoft Aes works with many airports and sceneries from different developers. Here are some examples:
Aerosoft is one of the leading developers of flight simulation products, especially airports and sceneries. Many of their airports are compatible with Aerosoft Aes, such as:
Mega Airport Frankfurt V2
Mega Airport London Heathrow Xtended
Mega Airport Amsterdam Schiphol
Mega Airport Paris Charles de Gaulle
Mega Airport Munich
Mega Airport Zurich V2
Mega Airport Berlin Brandenburg
Mega Airport Oslo V2
Mega Airport Rome Fiumicino
Mega Airport Madrid Barajas Evolution
Mega Airport Lisbon V2
Mega Airport Dublin
Simwings is another developer of high-quality airports and sceneries for flight simulation. Many of their airports are compatible with Aerosoft Aes, such as:
Canary Islands Professional - Gran Canaria
Canary Islands Professional - Tenerife Sur
Canary Islands Professional - La Palma
Canary Islands Professional - El Hierro
Balearic Islands Professional - Mallorca
Balearic Islands Professional - Menorca
Balearic Islands Professional - Ibiza
Barcelona X Evolution
In addition to Aerosoft and Simwings airports, there are many other airports and sceneries from different developers that are compatible with Aerosoft Aes, such as:
FlyTampa - Copenhagen, Dubai, Hong Kong, Montreal, Vienna, etc.
UK2000 - Birmingham, Edinburgh, Gatwick, Heathrow, Manchester, etc.
FSDreamTeam - Chicago O'Hare, Dallas Fort Worth, Geneva, Honolulu, Las Vegas, etc.
Flightbeam - Denver, Phoenix Sky Harbor, San Francisco, Washington Dulles, etc.
Taxi2Gate - Istanbul Ataturk, Munich Franz Josef Strauss, Paris Charles de Gaulle, etc.
LatinVFR - Miami International Airport V5, San Diego International Airport V2, etc.
Drzewiecki Design - Moscow Sheremetyevo X V2, New York Airports X V2, etc.
Gaya Simulations - Kos Island Airport LGKO V220.127.116.11
Orbx - Brisbane International Airport YBBN V18.104.22.168
And many more!
You can check the full list of compatible airports and sceneries on the Aerosoft website or the AESHelp program.
Aerosoft Aes is a great product that enhances your airport experience in FSX and FS2004. It adds realistic animations, sounds, and services to your airports, such as pushback, jetways, service vehicles, de-icing, follow me car, boarding and deboarding of passengers, and more. It works with many airports and sceneries from different developers. You need to buy Aes Credits to activate the airports and sceneries that are compatible with Aerosoft Aes. You can also benefit from the bonus system that gives you additional free credits when you buy a certain number of credit packs.
If you are looking for a more immersive and realistic airport experience in your flight simulation games, you should definitely try Aerosoft Aes. You will not regret it!
Here are some frequently asked questions about Aerosoft Aes:
How can I update Aerosoft Aes to the latest version?
You can download the latest version of the AES Base Pack from here. This will update your Aerosoft Aes to the latest version. You do not need to reinstall or reactivate your airports or sceneries.
How can I check how many credits I have left?
You can check your credit balance in the AESHelp program. It will show you how many credits you have used and how many you have left.
How can I deactivate an airport or scenery that I do not want to use with Aerosoft Aes?
You can deactivate an airport or scenery in the AESHelp program by clicking on the "Deactivate" button. This will free up the credits that you used for that airport or scenery. You can reactivate it later if you want to use it again with Aerosoft Aes.
How can I get support or report a problem with Aerosoft Aes?
You can get support or report a problem with Aerosoft Aes on the Aerosoft Community Services forum. You can also contact Aerosoft via email or phone.
How can I request a new airport or scenery to be compatible with Aerosoft Aes?
You can request a new airport or scenery to be compatible with Aerosoft Aes on the AES Airport Request List thread on the Aerosoft Community Services forum. However, there is no guarantee that your request will be fulfilled. It depends on the availability and cooperation of the airport or scenery developer.