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TO: Yannick Lavigne-Fred Banting-Rob Young

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Those are cup holders. Useful for those very steep descents! :-lol

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As I did over at Flightsimnetwork, I'll strongly second that with a "HEAR HEAR". Great job!Dave

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Great visual model, great VC, great flight dynamics... This aircraft is payware quality, and I assume the FSDS2 version will be even better. Thanks a lot Robin-team!- Oyvind

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Hi,yes this is a great aircraft. I often fly with it in real life.There are a lot in France. I believe it is the most numerous type in french flying schools.As you said it is a pity it is not exported a lot.The french governments do Nothing to help small general aviation manufacturers. And moreover we are under the impression that in France, general aviation pilots are a bit ill-treated by the governments.If you don't know, the Robin manufacturer is actually struggling for survival. It is indeed near bankrupcy. But this leaves the gov. indifferent. Flying school will have just the choice of old Cessnas or Piper in the near future. Really a shame! Minos

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Just a pity it ain't a gmax model... :-(On the preview shots a couple of months ago it seemed to me like it was gmax, but however, great work! :D

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It sure looks as nice as a GMAX model though. I actually prefer the way reflections were handled for the glass...it really adds depth to the aircraft.Yannick mentions that the aircraft may be converted to FSDS 2... That'll be something else!

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>Yannick mentions that the aircraft may be converted to FSDS >2... That'll be something else! Ya really? Now that's kinda cool! :-sun1

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Hi Don,Many thanks for the heads up, just downloaded the Robin. I haven't tried it yet but I'm sure it will be great due to the wonderful team who developed it!Howard

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