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Aircraft that we would like to see in FS2020

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Concorde

spitfire

q400-8

cirrus sr22t

Eurofighter typhoon

generictubeliner
 

I’m not really a wider plane geek so I don’t have a long list of planes in my head. I like planes that are either fast and small, technologically or historically significant, or a bit bigger with loads of systems to follow (or a combination of most of that, like Concorde) Don’t really like really slow, boring GA aircraft very much - purely for entertainment reasons.

i would also like asobosoft to launch something like the concept competition in GT Sport so we can get a go on some futuristic concept planes too.

I’d also like dlc variants to get a lot cheaper (maybe a regular stream of 1st party dlc planes) so I can justify trying out a lot more of them. 

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Bombardier G6000...

I really wish to see that Aircraft in flight sim 2020



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Since the flight simulator just invites you to fly below 12,000 ft., I take everything with one or two propellers, regardless of whether it's a Piston or TProp and with up to 20 passengers. BN-2 Islander for coastal flights, EMB-110, Twotter, Cessna 404, DHC-3T, Navajo, PC-6, Tecnam P2012 or the new Cessna Skycourier.

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My list of planes I'd love to see in the new MFS, all with amphibian versions too:

 

Lake Renegade 250

Aviat Husky

Maule M7

American Champion Scout

Air Creation Trike Ultralight (for sightseeing!)

DHC2 Beaver

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On 11/28/2019 at 7:53 PM, Concodroid said:

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

I believe he was one of the listed developers in on the alpha, if I'm remembering correctly from that thread.


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Bell 412 helicopter
Bell 407 helicopter
Sikorsky S92 helicopter
DHC-2 Beaver wheels + floats
DHC-3 Otter wheels + floats
DHC-6 Twin Otter wheels + floats
Pilatus PC-6 Porter
Pilatus PC-12
Grumman Goose classic
Grumman Goose turboprop
DC-3/C-47

I could be happy with that list, yeah. 🙂

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Large business jets:  Bombardier Global Express XRS, Gulfstream g650, Dassault Falcon 7X

Commercial: Atr72, Boeing 777x, Airbus a350 XWB, Boeing 787-10, Airbus a380, 737max

 

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Low and slow with lots of character. BN-2 Islander and Antonov AN-2 for me. Watching the beutiful scenery and monitoring the steam gauges 😎 Can't wait.


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A400M please 😍

You can literally go where you want and do what you want with that plane...

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I want

- DHC6-300

- DC-3

- DC-4

- Cessna Grand Caravan

- DHC-8 Q400

- C-46

 

That would be enough for me 🙂

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