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14 hours ago, ShawnG said:

twenty years experience of making wild baseless assumptions on the internet?  Pro. 

 

I've only been doing it for 15.

Well one day you will be a expert at wild baseless assumptions like me....carry on sir


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I’d love an A321neo. I’m itching to simulate some Hawaiian flights.

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I really want them to finish the A32X family, A318, 319, 321. Then start with A340-600, A380, A330 and finally the A350

Inibuilds is taking care of the 300 and 310

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A330 all variations is on my wish list as several US carriers operated them.

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A350!


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4 hours ago, bendead said:

I really want them to finish the A32X family, A318, 319, 321. Then start with A340-600, A380, A330 and finally the A350

Inibuilds is taking care of the 300 and 310

Would be great, but seems to me that is a 10 years workflow 🤔

cheers 😉


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4 hours ago, pmplayer said:

Would be great, but seems to me that is a 10 years workflow 🤔

Nothing wrong with planning ahead. 😄

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I live in Atlanta, and it looks like Delta Airlines is moving away from Boeing and has ordered 155 new A 321 Airbus aircraft over the next few years. 


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8 minutes ago, Bobsk8 said:

I live in Atlanta, and it looks like Delta Airlines is moving away from Boeing and has ordered 155 new A 321 Airbus aircraft over the next few years. 

German planes mate.😊

Speakes for itself..

cheers 😉


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Just now, pmplayer said:

German planes mate.😊

Speakes for itself..

cheers 😉

Correction: "European" 🙂

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On 5/28/2022 at 12:14 PM, mwilk said:

I'd prefer to see the A321 as opposed to the A319.

I'd like to see the A319 as opposed to the A321... 🙃

Seriously I do prefer the A319.


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I really hope we will eventually see all models of the A320 series including the Neo's even if it takes a few years to get that.  Having all series made by one developer creates a lot of consistency that you would not be possible with different developers.  I suspect that most of the work is modeling and then some FDE tweaks.  For an established developer that should not be that big of a deal even if MSFS has made things more difficult then in the past!

I plan to buy the Fenix A320 as soon as my budget allows and especially when the IAE and sharklets version comes out.  It would have been a day one purchase for me if it was formally announced that all versions would be coming eventually.  I suspect I am not alone here and it cost Fenix some sales.

I used to forecast grosses for movie films for a major film studio in the past.  Sometimes we missed the mark but my team was mostly spot on.  Using an algorithm we used (likely outdated now) I estimate PMDG sold 25000 copies of the 737-700 and Fenix likely sold a little less then that at 20000.  I have a hunch that if a complete A320 series was announced like PMDG did for the 737NG series they would have matched or at even exceeded 737 sales.  The flight sim community likes commitment and completeness.  Of coarse flight sim is not anything like the movie business so take my numbers with a grain of salt!

 

   

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