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Another small jet. We need a Global Express or something in that vain.  Outside of PMDG these developers don't get it.

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5 minutes ago, Dillon said:

Another small jet. We need a Global Express or something in that vain.  Outside of PMDG these developers don't get it.

Yes....desperately.  Little tiny slow jets...boring!  (actually the CJ and HDJT are pretty fun)

Need Falcon 2000S, FA8X, Global (have a basic freeware one -it's a start), Gulfstream (yeah I know lol), etc etc.

No dev wants to touch a newer glass jet with vnav/lnav grrrr

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16 minutes ago, ryanbatc said:

Yes....desperately.  Little tiny slow jets...boring!  (actually the CJ and HDJT are pretty fun)

Well this one will be glass - just hope that they do a decent job of it.

 

But yes, would love to see some longer range/heavier stuff - hoping once the G3000/PL21 refreshes are out.

 

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Iris recently conducted a poll  on their Facebook asking users if they preferred a PC9 or PC24 next. Clearly the PC24 won.

They also advertised for an experienced MSFS flight model dev to help speed up development.

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9 hours ago, ryanbatc said:

No dev wants to touch a newer glass jet with vnav/lnav grrrr

Why?


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I love small jets so will be keeping my eye on this one, thanks for the heads up.

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Citation X would be awesome as well. Eaglesoft lost themselves in P3D x86 a few years back when everyone was moving on to x64, i don't even know what they're up to now.


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The PC24 can get in and out of all sorts of "middle of nowhere" grass/dirt strips, so a decent simulation of this versatile jet would be very welcome.


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I would liker this very much but I bought the one they made for previous sim which was one of the least good aircraft I have bought.  I remember even one well known Australian reviewer could not complete his review it was so poor.


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4 hours ago, Nuno Pinto said:

Citation X would be awesome as well. Eaglesoft lost themselves in P3D x86 a few years back when everyone was moving on to x64, i don't even know what they're up to now.

Last post from them seems to be from back in February, still going on about the challenger for P3D4/5.

For me their last release was unusable, can't find any details of a patch - so unsure if that was made or not. 

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2 hours ago, Gazzareth said:

Last post from them seems to be from back in February, still going on about the challenger for P3D4/5.

For me their last release was unusable, can't find any details of a patch - so unsure if that was made or not. 

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Yeah the Citation X did crash a bit too often for my liking. Let's hope MSFS gets a better "bizjet-treatment" than FS98, FS9, FSX et-all got throughout their life.


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Flysimware had a very nice Falcon 50 for p3d. The textures were godawful, at least at first, but I think they were working on that when I switched over to MSFS. The rest of the jet was excellent. I'm still hopeful now that they're done with the Widgeon and the 414 they'll turn to making Falcons again. Maybe they'll even give us a 7x or 8x?

 

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Hoping we see a decent mod (GotRange? 😅) Longitude after the encryption is dropped. 

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