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All things being equal, I'm perfectly happy to bid farewell to the days where it takes 20+ payware addons to make a flight look and feel descent. No one should be upset at the advancement of the state of the art.

I enjoy payware addons of all kinds, and have lots of respect for many developers...less for others. But I don't owe any one of them anything. Our relationship has been and always will be transactional...not unconditional. It's just a simple fact that the market is changing and many developers will need to innovate in order for their businesses to remain viable. That's just a fact of life.

If a few people feel happier about that change because they feel taken advantage of...they're not alone.

Maybe now it'll only take 5 addons to get the experience I want from a sim.

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A B-17!

Also Sopwith Camel, and a Jodel Mousequetaire (which I'm sure I spelled wrong.)  I had one back in FS-5, and another in FS-2002.

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Just now, andyjohnston.net said:

A B-17!

Also Sopwith Camel, and a Jodel Mousequetaire (which I'm sure I spelled wrong.)  I had one back in FS-5, and another in FS-2002.

I am with you for the Sopwith, the new FDE architecture/weather combo should, at last, do justice to this very light aircraft ! And there would be a very good reason for it, It was the first aircraft ever made for the FS franchise in FS1. Hey Asobo, do you hear ?

PS almost right for the Jodel Mousquetaire  . Comes from mousquet (musket)

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8 hours ago, Jonnoxx said:

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Equal amounts giddy excitement at contemplating arrival of the new arrival, and schadenfreude at the uncertain plight of the existing incumbents who took their customer base for granted.🤣

I have removed the argumentative posts following this one as being completely "off topic." I really thought about removing this one as well, but...

...you did make some really good suggestions and comments. It is only this final paragraph that is the least bit objectionable. You are painting with too broad a brush, as not all developers "(take) their customer base for granted." That there are some is unquestionable, but not all by any means are so jaded.

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I want to be a maledives air taxi. So I dont know what model that is but I want it 😄

I have been sitting on the copilot seat of one of those myself and the view was amazing hopping from island to island

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38 minutes ago, DaWu said:

I want to be a maledives air taxi. So I dont know what model that is but I want it 😄

I have been sitting on the copilot seat of one of those myself and the view was amazing hopping from island to island

 

 

 

Twin Otter by the looks. I think the better view is on the left side float 😉

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P3 ORION or ELECTRA for missions hurricane hunter 

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C210

Gulfstream Jet

F18

737, 747, 777, 787

Citation X

Lear 35

King Air

Malibu Turbo

P51 (similar to A2A P51 Civilian)

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On 11/24/2019 at 5:33 PM, Ray Proudfoot said:

Concorde please. But leave it to FS Labs. :wink:

Actually... based on what they've done in the latest discovery series (cockpits), i'd say they have a far better shot than FS labs....

 

But yes. We need a Concorde. If there's one plane in the game it should be a Concorde.

 

I'd buy the game for 60 dollars if it literally just had the Concorde in it.

 

(Don't get ideas, Asobo! It's just me.)

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3 hours ago, Concodroid said:

Actually... based on what they've done in the latest discovery series (cockpits), i'd say they have a far better shot than FS labs....

I doubt anyone knows Concorde better than Andrew Wilson aka @Mach2. He helped develop the software used for the Concorde simulator at Brooklands Museum, England.


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16 hours ago, Ray Proudfoot said:

I doubt anyone knows Concorde better than Andrew Wilson aka @Mach2. He helped develop the software used for the Concorde simulator at Brooklands Museum, England.

They should sign him on to help with the Concorde, then.

 

The incredible modeling Asobo do would be nothing if it doesn't fly like it should, and the expert set-up and handling characteristics @Mach2 would give the Concorde wouldn't be as incredible without the Asobo graphics to compliment it.

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