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why do people post these threads without linking a source? 

https://forum.inibuilds.com/topic/20327-inibuilds-development-roadmap-for-2024-secret-project-reveal/

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They also confirmed the A380 is coming to MSFS, but will be released after the A350

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Oh boy an a350, thats gonna be a tough one.  The fenix devs have said they wouldnt bother ever making one because it would take 10 years to get it right due to how complex the systems are on that airplane.


 

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1 minute ago, Pilot53 said:

Oh boy an a350, thats gonna be a tough one.  The fenix devs have said they wouldnt bother ever making one because it would take 10 years to get it right due to how complex the systems are on that airplane.

To clarify - I meant a full-bore failure system. The normal ops stuff is OK. Getting into circuit breakers and such is a different story. 

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Yes! I was hoping someone would take this on....


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someone asked about the A350 Freighter on their Discord, they may look into it when it gets certified. They said no promises though.

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Looks like the A380 will be moved over to the Microsoft side of the house. Thats kind of sad news for the fact the A310 doesn't get the updates or or attention it needs compared to direct dev paid products. 

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17 minutes ago, Tuskin38 said:

why do people post these threads without linking a source? 

I’m sure in many cases (not saying in this particular case) people just want to be first to post about it.

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2 minutes ago, Wise87 said:

Looks like the A380 will be moved over to the Microsoft side of the house. Thats kind of sad news for the fact the A310 doesn't get the updates or or attention it needs compared to direct dev paid products. 

You're misunderstanding that image.

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WOW..this is great news!

The A350 is one of my favorites and it has been under served in Flight Simulator pretty much forever.  One of the reasons is Airbus has kept secret with many details on how the plane operates so it will be interesting to see how this one turns out?  

Not to start an Airbus vs Boeing war but when I am at the airport and I see a 787 I am like OK whatever its old news but when I see an A350 I am like..SWEET and I look at it longer.     

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Just now, Tuskin38 said:

The A380 is a paid product.

Thanks for the info. I was unaware of that. Trying to get any info on there Discord can be impossible with all the traffic. 

 


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iniBuilds keep knocking it out of the park and boy what a way to close 2023!

2024 is going to be a banner year for widebody long-haulers for MSFS with ini A350, ini A380, PMDG 777, and FBW A380. Along with MSFS 2024 to fly those on, I can't wait!. Not to mention this is a first for flight simulation with the A350 and A380 of considerable fidelity finally entering the scene (I'm assuming ini will at least strive to reach fidelity levels to their A300/etc and FBW also surely will aim high too).
 

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Now wait for FSLabs announcing an A330 ūüėā soon we‚Äėll have the entire Airbus longhaul line-up¬†

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