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Aerosoft CRJ 700/900 Released!!!

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merged from prior thread - CRJ has been released

 

 

Tue or Weds is the official word.  Only 8 year wait.  Hope its worth it fellas.

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Ilya


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Think I will wait for the reviews after such a long time.

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21 minutes ago, ieydis said:

Tue or Weds is the official word.  Only 8 year wait.  Hope its worth it fellas.

:biggrin:

Ilya

got a link?

 


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This will fill the void the ERJ left when I moved to V4. Hopefully it will be worth the wait.

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Really? I am a bit skeptical about the CRJ release date.


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It's happening.....


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It doesn't actually say anything about being released in the next day or two. 


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3 minutes ago, YukonPete said:

It doesn't actually say anything about being released in the next day or two. 

Yes it does. Late tomorrow possibly, more likely early Wednesday. 


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1 hour ago, ukplane1 said:

I'll wait for the reviews , not a day 1 purchase.

 

Okay, fine.  I've been flying it for over a year, and I love the aircraft.  Understand that the systems on a CRJ-700/900 are different than Boeing or Airbus, so one will have to learn and get used to it.  But once that's done, I'm confident people will love this product.

Incidentally, there are probably one or two people around here who know that I would never recommend any flight sim product unless I would buy and use it myself, and I have very high/demanding standards for flight sim products.  I give it a solid buy recommendation for those who enjoy flying regional airliners.  I really love flying her.

My very best wishes.

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I am not even all that interested in the CRJ but I find myself wrapped up in the anticipation.  I'm sitting here with my mouth mentally hanging open.  Is the wait finally over?  Really?  It's like I'm watching a water drop on my faucet...letting go...finally about to fall.  Like my dog looks when I tease him with a hot dog...the anguish on his face.  Like a man walking out of the desert and he sees a distant house...is it real?  Add this wait to the list of famous anticipations:  Like a simmer waiting for the release of the CRJ.  After long last, they click on the "buy" button and...it works!  It works!  My god it finally works!  Quick!  Before I lose my card or my wife buys something else!  Land ho!  "Thirty degrees to starboard! Straight on!"  Type the number....slowly...slowly...and the expiration date.  Memories of a Red Rider BB gun.  Stop it!  Focus on the keys.  Focus.  Click the pay button.  Click it!  And then...and then... Thoughts float buy.  It'll be declined, please have enough.  "Payment successful."  At long last the drought is over.  Rain.  Glorious rain from the heavens!  It's finally here!

And so it goes.

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2 hours ago, ieydis said:

Tue or Weds is the official word.  Only 8 year wait.  Hope its worth it fellas.

:biggrin:

Ilya

I've got the Virtualcol CRJ...what more do you need?? ;-)


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7 minutes ago, b1bmsgt said:

I've got the Virtualcol CRJ...what more do you need?? ;-)

It's no FSL A320, but in fairness, you don't need a super fast GPU with the Virtualcol one for a kick off, whereas I suspect the Aerosoft one might need a bit more in that department. As with most things flight sim, everything has its merits. :cool:

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43 minutes ago, DaveCT2003 said:

 

Okay, fine.  I've been flying it for over a year, and I love the aircraft.  Understand that the systems on a CRJ-700/900 are different than Boeing or Airbus, so one will have to learn and get used to it.  But once that's done, I'm confident people will love this product.

Incidentally, there are probably one or two people around here who know that I would never recommend any flight sim product unless I would buy and use it myself, and I have very high/demanding standards for flight sim products.  I give it a solid buy recommendation for those who enjoy flying regional airliners.  I really love flying her.

My very best wishes.

I hope they release a in-depth tutorial with it.


Eric 

 

 

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