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Ultimate Traffic Data Set Released

Posted on Wed, 17 Dec 2003 16:12:49 GMT
Flight One Software has released a free December Schedule data set for Ultimate Traffic. Though previously announced as a subscription service, Flight One has decided to release the first set for free and start the subscription service later. For full details, click on Read More.Free December Data Set For Ultimate Traffic 2004 Users!

December 13, 2003 Atlanta, GA Flight One Software is pleased to announce the release of Service Pack 2 for Ultimate Traffic and the December Schedule data.

Speaking for Flight One Software Tom Main said, "Even though we have intended to release the December schedule data very cheaply, we decided to celebrate the holiday season by releasing it for free instead. We have been looking for a good stocking stuffer and this should fit in your stocking just fine. We will begin our schedule subscription service with the Spring schedules, but we just thought that the holidays would be a perfect time to give a gift back after all of the great support that Ultimate Traffic has received."

In addition to the FREE December data set, Service Pack 2 fixes some minor problems with the airline import functionality, fixes arrival time problems in FS9, and fixes a few minor errors in the automatic updater.

For more information and links to download these free updates, visit the official Ultimate Traffic website at:

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