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Poll by company "Bat'ka Chernomor Technology" What airplane make for FSX

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Quote (arseniy5)voprosik is a Cho if all vybirut last paragraph, then thou shalt make the Tu-204 and Antonov an-124 with VC and other ... and Cho then?If everything is so vote ... Well let me put it this way: VC along with modernization of the Panel is in full swing, despite the fact that voting did not end, however, it will be released next version of Tu-204 with VC, and there appears to be. In any event, will be placed the airplane in second place after the last item. There. That clears it up.


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I recommend voting for B-757/767. Will be a good free b-757.
We do not need ANOTHER 757, surely Quality WingsCaptain Sim

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FREWARE?
Why not do a high quality Russian airliner like the Il-96 which has never been done properly for payware or freeware - ever. There are many Russian variables to choose from. The 757 has been done to death, for freeware and payware. I applaud all freeware talents - true freeware talent is rare these days - but if you are a Russian design group why not do something interesting from the Russian hey day rather than another (boring) 757.

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Why not do a high quality Russian airliner like the Il-96 which has never been done properly for payware or freeware - ever.
Yes it has (you can port this to FSX too): http://www.avsimrus....ms=1&minrating= Al

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Not sure if you can say "properly". It's by all means a rather light aircraft.


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Yes it has (you can port this to FSX too): http://www.avsimrus....ms=1&minrating= Al
Hi Al When I said properly, I meant with VC and good flight dynamics. I remember flying this one some time back in FS9 and it didn't have either - although it had a rather good visual model

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I vote for a russian airliner too. Anyone knows why i have a malware advise on Google Chrome on that site?!?! Well, in any case i didn't visit it


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I agree, let's choose a dry Superdzhett - the latest Russian aircraft. This team has make the Tu-204 and AN-124NG.

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