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I bought my X-plane 10 Global - 64 bit for Mac doing instant download on Then, I downloaded the T-45 Goshawk but I'm having a hard time to put it in the game. Is there a way to do that?

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Just simply unzip your file and copy the content to Aircraft folder.
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Thanks for your help, I'm new on this game. But the thing is that I downloaded the X-plane 10, so I don't have a specific folder with the contents, like a folder for the aircrafs. I can just see the folder "Aircraft" when I open the game, clicking on the icon "X-plane 10 Global - 64 bit". But I'm having a hard time to copy the T-45 once the game is open. I guess it's not possible. Can you still give me an idea?

Thanks again!
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After downloading your X-Plane 10, you have to install the app. More you can read here.
Click the Start menu, then My Computer. Double click on the XPLANE10 folder, then “Installer_Windows.exe”. When the installer window appears, click Continue to begin the installation process. By default X‑Plane will install to the Desktop. Though it can be installed elsewhere, it is strongly recommended that it be placed on the Desktop so that it can be found in the future. You can also install this app in Program Files folder (for example C:\Program Files (x86)\X-Plane 10\).
After installing click the Start menu, then My Computer, then go to destination folder (C:\Program Files (x86)\X-Plane 10\) where you can find Aircraft folder to copy your downloaded aircraft. So the full path is for example C:\Program Files (x86)\X-Plane 10\Aircraft.

If you have Steam version, search in C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common folder.