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If you could choose just one aircraft addon to be developed, with all the bells and whistles (fully functional panel, FMC where applicable, virtual cockpit, Gmax design etc etc), what would it be?Putting aside those that are currently in the pipeline from various developers, my vote would have to be equally split between a 757 and a 737NG.

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Turboprop commuter aircraft like Dash etc.Best Regards and safe flights!Holger (German Eagle) SchleenhainRuesselsheim (near EDDF):-wave GERMANY :-wave____________________________________________________________________Windows XP Prof.AMD Athlon 1330 DDR-266; ASUS A7A266; 512MB-DDRASUS AGP-V8200 T5 Pure (nVIDIA gFORCE3 Ti 500) 64MB DDR-SDRAM, Det. 23.11SB PCI 512CH Flight Sim Yoke USB CH Pro Pedals USBGoFlight-user

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I'm always on the look out for another "747-400", my favorite. The default 747 panel is rather sluggish and leaves room for improvement.Happy Jet Trails To Youflyking

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Even though Paul Golding did a great one, I still have to say the MD-82 series.DAVID C. FREEMANCONTINENTAL VIRTUAL AIRLINESHouston

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Hi Nick,A really good TurboProp.The Beech Bonanza J-36 or A-36 with GPS.Like the one created by PSS - Phoenix for FS2000.Longbow

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Yes a updated 744 would be good, a CRJ and a 737NG would make me happy. any one of those would make me happy :)

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I'm with Nick...I would love to see a 757 or a 737 NG package. The 757 needs to be a -200. I think that 757-300 is hideous. It looks anorexic (spelling?) A fully functional Super 80 would be nice too. So basically I guess I'm saying any kind of commerecial jet!! Or maybe what I have in my signature below...TIMMY!!!

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i'm with Holger on this one......some type of commuter aircraft. a Twin Otter would be nice.chris

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a B757-200/300 in gMax with a DVC :DorLockheed L1011 TristarJani

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The more I think about it the more aircraft I would really like to see done "properly" :-)I picked the 757 and 737NG because they are very common in airline fleets across the world, and they have been overlooked in the FS world for quite a while now. I know there are freeware aircraft available, but I'm talking full package with complex panels etc.A really nice L1011 package would be fantastic.

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Hello Folks!A 757-200 and 300 series - all the way!But beware. IFDG is already in the process of creating a GMAX version of their wonderful 757 nad I believe Mike Stone is also in the works with a version of his own - you all know that Mike makes very good addons.An MD-80 series would be a good alternative if it turns out that the 757 would be a duplicate effort project.Just my 2 cents.Sincerely,Dennis D. Mullert

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B-52G or a E-3A (although I wouldn't refuse a Garry-em-cised F-86 *grin*)

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Hi Nick,Like the TurboProps,there are not really a competition between MD-8X Mc Donnell Douglas.But there are plenty of Boeing and Airbus in :-(Remember MAD Dog from Lago. A really good peace of software.And a really good documentation. A newbie is able to learn with this.And there are also good technical informations.You will have the first MD-8X with a FMS !!Longbow

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