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Are there any good payware Gulfstream Jets or Falcons out there?

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I know of this company, but they only have small jets. I am looking for a Gulfstream or Falcon. Preferrably G500 or Falcon 900.

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>I know of this company, but they only have small jets.>900.I don't think the Cessna Citation X that eaglesoft sells qualifies as a "small jet." AFAIK, eaglesoft is the only payware company that makes biz jets. If you can live with the fuzzy panels and the lack of an fmc, the citation x is a good buy.If you want a bit more "realism" and involvement in your flight planning, rather than just using the default stock fs 9 garmin gps, I'd suggest buying the Cessna Citation CJ1, then upgrading the avionics via the reality xp jetline 4, 530/430 gps, and wx 500 weather radar. There is a retrofit for this available on the reality xp website. ricardo

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>I know of this company, but they only have small jets. I am>looking for a Gulfstream or Falcon. Preferrably G500 or Falcon>900.You will never find any payware Gulfstream for one simple reason: the manufacturer has made it very, very clear through their corporate lawyers that they absolutely will not grant permission for any company to use their corporate name, aircraft likeness, and most especially their unique and patented "oval windows." ;(

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What a wise decision :+.For me, these "we don't allow anyone to use" and "it's secret" arguments are simply ridiculous.The main reason behind all that is the biological "my sperms are better than yours, so just die!" attitude of male humans. In the end, they all pile the same brown, stinking sh**.Shame on companies like Gulfstream! Even If I knew every single detail about their planes, does any conscient individual really considers to think I could even build a single one? Ridiculousity squared.Well, so if I had enough money to buy a plane, I now know which it wouldn't be.Andreas

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>What a wise decision :+.>>For me, these "we don't allow anyone to use" and "it's secret">arguments are simply ridiculous.>>The main reason behind all that is the biological "my sperms>are better than yours, so just die!" attitude of male humans.>In the end, they all pile the same brown, stinking sh**.>>Shame on companies like Gulfstream! Even If I knew every>single detail about their planes, does any conscient>individual really considers to think I could even build a>single one? Ridiculousity squared.>>Well, so if I had enough money to buy a plane, I now know>which it wouldn't be.>>Andreas####, nevermind

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>>You will never find any payware Gulfstream for one>simple reason: the manufacturer has made it very, very clear>through their corporate lawyers that they absolutely will>not grant permission for any company to use their>corporate name, aircraft likeness, and most especially their>unique and patented "oval windows." ;(Thats to bad :-( Gulfstream is one of my all time favorite corporate jets!Now that we know there will not be a payware Gulstream model there are other corporate jets to make. The Global Express, the different Falcon jets, and the jets from Learjet come to mind.

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>and most especially their>unique and patented "oval windows." ;(Oval windows :-hmmmOld soviet/russian airplanes all have oval windows.Michael J.WinXP-Home SP2,AMD64 3500+,Abit AV8,Radeon X800Pro,36GB Raptor,1GB PC3200,Audigy 2

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Never may be too strong a term as it may be possible to model a privately owned aircraft but that could be blocked as well.Time will tell.

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