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Wishing you success in your new career , thank you for all these years of delivery, we will miss the stories of Friday nights with jazz and wine.

 

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Best wishes for the new career Mathijs. Enjoy!

 

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I was just browsing on the Aerosoft A330 thread and came across this post. It seems that after 20 years the legendary Mathijs Kok is leaving Aerosoft. Thank you Mr. Kok for all of your time and effort over the years. 

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Microsoft nabbed him. I'm willing to bet my life savings on it.

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Hmm...  there is a hint of unhappiness in there. But at some point, we all need a change. I wish him well in new pastures.  

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8 minutes ago, Krakin said:

Microsoft nabbed him. I'm willing to bet my life savings on it.

YEAH ... that's not funny ...or a good sign if that happened. ( No personal offense to you of course)  Just something i would not want.

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9 minutes ago, Krakin said:

Microsoft nabbed him. I'm willing to bet my life savings on it.

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Surely not everybody was kung fu fighting.

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Just now, Tuskin38 said:

Didn't he make the ATR for Microsoft?

Negative, that was Hans Hartman


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1 minute ago, Tuskin38 said:

Didn't he make the ATR for Microsoft?

No. Hans Hartman of Digital Aviation and the AS CRJ did but as an independent producer for MS.


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1 minute ago, Tuskin38 said:

Didn't he make the ATR for Microsoft?

No.


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He's been a marketing and PR guy for Aerosoft. 

Before Aerosoft (and this goes back a loooooong way) he worked for Lago, which was a european purveyor of mediocre sim products back in the FS98/2000 days.

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Just now, Bob Scott said:

He's been a marketing and PR guy for Aerosoft. 

Before Aerosoft (and this goes back a loooooong way) he worked for Lago, which was a european purveyor of mediocre sim products back in the FS98/2000 days.

Times flies Lago and Virtuali also if I remember correct back then...

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2 minutes ago, Bob Scott said:

Lago, which was a european purveyor of mediocre sim products back in the FS98/2000 days.

Wow. That was a callback. :laugh:

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