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I have 10 extra aircraft enabled and sometimes they drive around in crazy ways. They don't follow the pavement and real airport traffic like they should.
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This is caused by the ATC taxi network. If a taxi network hasn't been explicitly created in WorldEditor, X-Plane will create one on its own during start up, and most likely it won't be as good as one a person could design. 

Help make the airport better by making a custom taxi network in WED! There are video tutorials explaining the process here.

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