@bworld1 OK, success, I cleared almost all of the errors out! Out of 12 flights that I have scheduled, I got 3 errors about "error: Unable to find slot for touch and goes" which I don't know what that means or which flight it applies to except it is one of the Air Canada flights, I will research for that error. I finally got some planes at Terminal C!
@bworld1 Another update: After I changed all of my flights, I went back into the TG/Compiler folder to back up the file and I found that the only file that had updated it's modified date was schedules.dat, so I guess this is the one that needs to be backed up to protect yourself. If you find anything different, let me know. So, I also created 1 UAL flight with hourly instead of daily and it takes off from KCLE, I want to see how that works. United uses terminal C and that is what I want to see a couple more planes at, I'll set you know how that works. If it's hourly, does a plane just pop into a gate before it starts the flight?, don't know.
If you look at the traffic global flights plans for ELLX it shows a number of Air Chathams 74Y schedules. In real life Air Chathams is a small charter company operating the likes of the ATR and even a DC3. They don't have any 747's so the TG model is bogus-like many others, for example the KLM A380. Therefore TG has substituted each schedule with an Air New Zealand 767 because that model exists within TG. As there is no livery for an Air Chatham's 747 you can change the livery for an active one like Cargolux by editing the flight plan and saving the changes.