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Mr. Igor Suprunov died on 25-04 .

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Hi,

 

Today I was informed that Mr. Igor Suprunov died on april 25. His body was found in one of the districts of Moscou.

That's all I known about his tragic dead.

 

Igor was a real life pilot of the Yak-40 and recently of the Airbus a319 for Aeroflot. He made for us a beautiful simulation of the YAK-40 and Viper for FSX.

 

I don't forget you, Igor.

 

Hugo

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It is always sad to hear of one of our flight sim friends passing away. Rest in peace Igor

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Goodbye, Igor!

Your work will never be forgotten.

 

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I had no idea.

Very sad to hear these news.

 

Rest In Peace Igor


Regards,

 

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R.I.P Igor.

 

I really want to know what happened to him :(


Hoang Le

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I use some of his instruments from a beta but never released panel for an FS8 Saab 340B for another developer. His panel was a very good design.

 

RIP

 

http://secure.simmarket.com/default.php?manufacturers_id=181 illustrates various disciplines he pursued in the FS world.


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Very sad to hear this. He leaves behind the legacy of having made certainly one of the best aircraft you can get for FS9.

 

RIP.

 

Al


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RIP Igor, you'll be sorely missed


Iain H Chan (See profile for my PC specs)

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I am shocked at this sad news. I had gotten to know Igor a little bit as I helped him put together the english sound set for the YAK40, and he approached me with coming on board with his dev team to work on other projects. We lost touch for sometime. The last I spoke with him, he was in his Airbus training. We will miss you Igor, RIP. I am saddened by this news.

 

Best, Jeff

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Sad news indeed. Rest in peace Igor, Think I will take that YAK-40 out for a spin in his honor.


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To make it worse, after 2 Russian S100 Pilots are still missing somewhere over mountainous terrain in Indonesia yesterday, another sad news from Russia's Aviation World.

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Very sad to hear the news. RIP.


Joel Murray @ CYVR (actually, somewhere between CYNJ and CZBB, but quite close to CSK8) 

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This is indeed very sad news...

 

Rest in peace, Igor!

 

Jure

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