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Aerosoft after the CRJ we need a Global Express

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7 hours ago, Dillon said:

I totally disagree.  Like the 737NG series, make the whole product line including the CRJ200 and not half do it.  That's how PMDG did and iFly with their 737 series. 

Wait, where is the PMDG 737-100/200/300/400/500 then? Because that is about the equivalent for CRJ200 vs 700/900/1000. The newer planes have a new wing, leading edge slats, new landing gear, wider fuselage, lower cabin floor etc. Not to mention quite a few avionics and systems changes.

Let Aerosoft focus on actually making the current CRJ variants fly properly first...

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we should be lobbying the incredibly talented designers at Aerobask who make some of the best Aircraft in X-Plane

they are currently making a Falcon which would have this range, let's get on their case to port it to MSFS when it's complete

https://aerobask.com/falcon_8X.php

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53 minutes ago, EGLD said:

we should be lobbying the incredibly talented designers at Aerobask who make some of the best Aircraft in X-Plane

they are currently making a Falcon which would have this range, let's get on their case to port it to MSFS when it's complete

https://aerobask.com/falcon_8X.php

That would be great, but they seem to be in the early stages of development, and I suspect we would have to wait several years for an MSFS version to materialize. Also, how many aircrafts have been ported from the X-Plane to the Microsoft flight simulation platform in the past?

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Personally I'd rather they fix their CRJ's ability to follow a glideslope first. Spent £45 on this aircraft and they've released one minor patch in a month. Working Title and FBW have put their performance to shame, but I guess they have our money now.

Not that you can ask this on the Aerosoft forums of course, or the zealots will attack.

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Let's be honest here. If you want to fly a modern glass cockpit biz jet, you'll have to ....wait for it.....wait for Carenado to port their stuff over to MSFS.

Carenado doesn't do avionics, so you'll get stock and some great interior and exterior visuals. I'm hoping that the G1X and G3X mods from WT also work with the Carenado stuff. Good enough for me. It is what it is.

Predictably, folks will buy Carenado, thinking that a zebra can lose it's stripes, then the tears will start flowing, and so the cycle continues (as can be seen in the 940,000 other threads on this).

I don't see any other company stepping up to the biz jet plate.

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Whoa the flight deck of the Bombardier Global 6000 is awesome! I would love to see that made by Aerosoft!

Bombardier_Global_6000_N835GL_cockpit.jp

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16 hours ago, Dillon said:

I totally disagree.  Like the 737NG series, make the whole product line including the CRJ200 and not half do it.  That's how PMDG did and iFly with their 737 series.  Also all ideas and suggestions are welcomed and it's up to the developer to decide what they want to do.  There's a void in long rang business jets in Flight Simulator plain and simple.  Going by what your saying I'm sure people would love to have KPHX and KMSP done in FS2020 but it seems like every little out of the way airport is currently priority with developers.  Airports I've never heard of both freeware and payware are the priority and the glaring obvious airports are still default (KIAH, KHOU, CYYZ, etc).  Orbix and Flightbeam refuse to update 'all their current work' in favor of new ones in the same geographical area (Europe).  FlyTampa is another one as they aren't doing the obvious, 'Tampa' for example.  Go figure that one.  The one thing I like about Carenado is they are actively bringing their current hang to FS2020 which is common since, most developers aren't operating with that same logic.  So I don't feel out of place or line asking for a plane that's in a series already worked on considering offerings are all over the place elseware.  This is a plane in a class that's been sorely overlooked since add-ons became a thing in Flight Simulator and now is a perfect opportunity to have that void filled...  I believe people would love having the option to have a Global Express in the sim. 😶

the CRJ200 is mostly the same as the 700-1000, but Aerosoft would have to remodel parts of the cockpit as there are multiple differences between them. will they release one ever? I sure hope they do, but theyve got their sights set on other aircraft. 

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4 hours ago, quantumpion said:

Whoa the flight deck of the Bombardier Global 6000 is awesome! I would love to see that made by Aerosoft!

 

The earlier model who's flight deck matched more closely to the flight deck on the CRJ's is what I was thinking of:

global express cockpit - Bing images

Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global Express, Qatar Airways JP7321029 - Bombardier Global Express - Wikipedia


FS2020 

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Why is anyone expecting Aersoft to move out of their comfort zone? The CRJs, the Airbusses, and the Twin Otter - Aerosoft is going to recycle this trio of planes until MSFSD 2055 gets released. 

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5 hours ago, Ricardo41 said:

Why is anyone expecting Aersoft to move out of their comfort zone? The CRJs, the Airbusses, and the Twin Otter - Aerosoft is going to recycle this trio of planes until MSFSD 2055 gets released. 

You might be right but hey we got FS2020 which no one thought would happen especially like this (cloud based global scenery).

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FS2020 

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6

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6 hours ago, Dillon said:

The earlier model who's flight deck matched more closely to the flight deck on the CRJ's is what I was thinking of:

global express cockpit - Bing images

Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global Express, Qatar Airways JP7321029 - Bombardier Global Express - Wikipedia

That is the Honeywell Primus 2000 - (different avionics manufacturer). Though it bears an outward resemblance to the Collins Proline 4, and is of similar vintage, the operating methodology is quite different - especially the FMS.

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Licensed Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic, Avionics, Electrical & Air Data Systems Specialist. Qualified on: Falcon 900, CRJ-200, Dornier 328-100, Hawker 850XP and 1000, Lear 35, 45, 55 and 60, Gulfstream IV and 550, Embraer 135, Beech Premiere and 400A, MD-80.

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my vote goes to a global i am from Montréal ex atc ifr controller  those planes where  awsome to work with 

and l;ong range we need this in fs2020

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