I have NOT edited any file!
Whether you say you modified or not, fact is is not the file we distribute with Zurich. This is not something that can be argued: the file included in our installer and the online version which the installer downloads are both 39K, your file is 58K, so it's not what we install.
1. Why should I edit an AFCAD, though they're all available on web? And NO, I didn't change/replace any AFCAD or other file, as said above.
But the file is not what we distribute with Zurich so, it might have been corrupted in some way on your system, or replaced by another product, I don't have any idea, the only thing sure, it's not the file we distribute with the Zurich installer.
2. If I had edited your AFCAD, then I had seen that there aren't any jetways anymore, whether a gate has got a theoretical jetway or not is quite simple indicated and easy to see.
You are saying there are no jetways in the AFCAD you posted, I haven't check this, maybe there are, but if they are associated with a different gate number, they WILL appear, but will not move.
I don't know what your updater downloaded and installed, the only thing I know, it was wrong.
Nothing in our updater is "wrong", because if it was everybody would have the same problem.
The download URL is not the only way to get a copy of the AFCAD. There's ANOTHER copy in the installer, which is used in case there's no internet connection available or both servers are down and that copy, if you use Zurich 2.5 or later installer, is identical to the online version, and of course they are both 38K
So, there are no way, even if the servers were down, you would end up with the wrong (58k) file you posted, since both the online and the offline version are the same 39K file.
Which leaves only one option, that the file has been altered on your system.
Whether you did it intentionally or not, or it has been corrupted for any other reason, like a problem with the file system, it's not really relevant, fact is the the scenery doesn't have this problem, all our files are correct (both online and offline) so the issue was never related to Zurich scenery to begin with, but it's something that happened on your system.