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A2A Simulations announced Accu-Sim Cessna 172 and Piper Cherokee

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...among other things. Watch their August 2012 Development Update:

 

 

Exciting news!


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That's so cool... Can't wait to have these.

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Thanks for the HU Patrick.


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Yeah looking forward to the Cherokee and 172.

 

I hope A2A and Realair do different 172 models, then I wouldn't feel bad getting both.

 

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How can I choose between a Ci72 from RealAir or A2A? ........I can't!! It's going to have to be both!


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GA is really coming into its own now with fantastic offering from RealAir and A2A now (not to mention Carenado). I'm excited! The Starfighter looked like a beast. Can't wait to fly that and the F-4.

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Yes, I hope RA and A2A do different 172 models as well.


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I am really looking forward to the General Aviation aircraft, It will be great to use the autopilot in long range flights in the p-51


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While some of you will be disappointed at the civilian direction of the 172 and Piper, I for one am going to be very pleased. I consider the Cub and the Boeing piston both lovely simulations to fly and look forward to more civilian aircraft from them.

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With GA and the modern mod to the Mustang, we're looking at a VATSIMmer's/IVAOer's dream come true. I was begging for such a "modern mod" back when the B17 first came out, and was far from the only one. Fantastic to see they listen to our feedback, and to see "ancient" suggestions being saved and probably put on some "todo" list somewhere and not forgotten!

 

I really REALLY hope for RXP integration too, after having seen so many video clips of refurbished warbirds with Garmins in them. This brings it "As close as it gets" to today instead of the "as real as it got" back in the '40s.

 

Love the idea, certain buys all of them. Also very nice to see Lewis, good to have a face to peg the familiar screen name to. Indeed the A2A forums are a nice place to be, and the Multiplayer sessions are great fun too.


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