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FS2020 First Four Aircraft You Will Fly?

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As I have been testing for a few months, I am totally looking forward to flying in the 787. Then I will take the steam gauge version of the 172 out for a spin, followed by the Barron, and then the Airbus 320 to see how they have improved the plane. 


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Cessna 152 and 172

Beechcraft Debonair and Barron

I want to start with aircraft I have significant time in. That way, I can judge the flight model against what I remember, as I think I remember them.

Excited as can be.

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Cessna 152 

Cessna 172

Bonanza (fingers crossed for A2A to port the V35 someday)

787/747 to check out the eye candy, like wing flex.

 


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Cessna 152

Diamond DV20

JMB VL-3

XCub

So many great options for low and slow flying 😀


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SW121

787-10

Cessna Citation Longitude

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My initial first four are these, but as I always do, I will fly every single aircraft available, really going to miss the single seat ultra lights, gliders and helicopters like in FSX they always presented a challenge and great learning experience. 

1. Cessna 152

2. Cessna 172 

3. Icon A5

4. XCub

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Cessna 152, this is what I flew in flight school so best comparison for me.

Then Cessna 172, flew them as well

Then 787-10, just to see what it is like


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I'll go from the smallest to the biggest.


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14 hours ago, hanhamreds said:

will give the large jets a miss though for now.

Yeah, I hope they will still improve the A320 especially. At the moment it's a pure fun aircraft. Which is a bit sad as there is the basic start up procedure and even a basic authentic FMC modeled.

So you would expect some more system depth over all (like flight envelope protection, performance improvements, etc).


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17 hours ago, odourboy said:

Great question! Probably something like...

1. Zlin Shock Ultra

2. 787

3. Citation CJ4

4. Icon A5

 

Had forgotten about the CJ4. That will be on my list too. 

Re the Longitude... pity they didn't model the Head Up Display. 

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