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P3D v5 ICAO change

Hello guys, Jorge Chavez Airport in Lima Peru has changed its ICAO from SPIM to SPJC.
I have a lot of Flight Plans created with SPIM
I am using P3Dv5 and I am wondering if my old Flight Plans will be recognized if I delete SPIM from the list of Airports with ADE and create the new one SPJC which is part of the P3Dv5 stock airports,
Hope somebody might have ideas about my concern


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I don't think that AIFP supports v5, so you would probably have to add SPJC to the list of airports? Should be OK after that as long as you change the code in every AI file.
AIFP installed on my system, supports P3D5 and P3D6.
SPJC (Lima-Callao Jorge Chavez) is used by the stock trafficAircraft. bgl of both sims (5 and 6).
SPIM is not included into the a.m. traffic files, so I guess changing SPIM to SPJC in related FP's will do the trick.
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AIFP not only supports v5, it will prompt you that the ICAO has changed with its File Validation Report, and will change it for you. This is the text you will get for each flight plan leg affected: "Leg 02: SPIM is a FS9 and FSX-P3Dv4 airport replaced in P3Dv5 by SPJC"