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23 hours ago, EGLD said:

That's just a 3D model of a box

One can only imagine the work involved in actually writing software to emulate a modern day airliner's systems and hardware to make that box do anything useful

Yes, Captain Obvious. I am well aware that it will take far more effort to code realistic systems than just produce a 3D model, which is why in my original comment I stated that I wouldn't guess which year it would be ready.
It might never be released as it may prove too ambitious a project, given the lack of source material to base the flight and systems modelling on.

However, for everyone who hopes it does become a reality and is a success -

WARNING: A380 HYPE
http://imgur.com/C3TlU0N

 


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Well as long as we have a wish list, I would like to see the Embraer E-170 to E-195 jets.

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My wishlist : Any Fokker. 50, 70 ,100

Unfortunately Aerosoft/Digital Aviation are unable to renew their F70/F100.

I know Carenado plans an F50, but ....  

What can I say, I still want a Fokker 50 :-).

Mike


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On 9/9/2017 at 8:05 PM, mikealpha said:

My wishlist : Any Fokker. 50, 70 ,100

Unfortunately Aerosoft/Digital Aviation are unable to renew their F70/F100.

I know Carenado plans an F50, but ....  

What can I say, I still want a Fokker 50 :-).

Mike

Well there is at least an F27 Friendship available, which got a Silver Award in its Mutley's Hangar review and a PC Pilot Classic Award when they reviewed it. The F27 was developed into the F50, which I suppose makes the F27 its mother Fokker. :biggrin:


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5 minutes ago, Chock said:

 I suppose makes the F27 its mother Fokker. :biggrin:

LOL :biggrin:

Yes I agree, the Justflight F27 is quite nice


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Just Flight BAE-146. Love that plane for small field landing and take offs. 


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On 9/9/2017 at 6:17 PM, F737NG said:

Yes, Captain Obvious.

 

Actually I'm Senior FO Obvious

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On 9/6/2017 at 4:11 PM, DJJose said:

F1 Citation Mustang.

Definitely!

(They are on it actually)

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