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What is the plane you'd like to see in FlyII?

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Hi all,I'd like to know your wishes about a new future plane.ThanksGiorgio Gnesda

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Something amphibious, or at least with floats. A Lake Renegade 120/150, or a DHC-2 Beaver would be cool. I would also like a barebones J-3 Cub.Pieter

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What about an Electra II. It would be a nice choice to fly around Brazil and other countries.JJLobo

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Lake Renegade would be a nice addition - the T250, maybe?? :-)Another amphibian is on the way... Here's a sneek peek! The pic is for testing purposes - a different livery will be issued. Working on the panel right now, so no release date as of yet. Please praise Jarno Deken, who has created this model. Refinements yet to be made (yes, the lights are not positioned right in this shot). Cheers!Ken Wood :-sun1Gateway 700X; Intel P4 2.4GHz; 512MB RAM; NVIDIA Ti4200 4X AGP 128MB; SB Audigy; Thrustmaster TopGun Fox 2 Pro Shock

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My $.02 (USD) worth...I'd personally love to see the DC-10 (either -10 or -30 or both) come back to live in Fly II. It is and was such a beautiful plane -- as it seemed to effortlessly lift off any runway and just merely "float" up into the heavens.Behind that would be a 767 - since PMDG never got to release one for Fly II.John BauderFly! II PCNew York, NYKLGA/KJFK

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Because I don't know when I'll ever get time to finish them up, here is a list of stuff I've been working on:DC-3......You getting any sleep yet Steve? ;)DHC-2 (Float and Wheeled version)177 Cardinal (RG and Fixed gear)KatanaRockwell 114Getting the Aero Commander and C-140 converted over from Fly1The Katana is about the closest to being done. If anyone would like to finish out the switch animations and coding I'll send you the renders of the panel for building the animations. Ken, did you get the reply to your email about the links?...you never call...you never write...what's a poor mother to do!!c ya :-waveBart flyhelp@zoomtown.comhttp://bartsflyplace.tripod.com/bart_logo3.jpg

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Sorry, Bart. Yes I did your reply. Many, many thanks! Been busy *trying* to learn from your stuff, getting permissions to do the project, job hunting, etc... I promise, I'll call and write more often!! :-hahCheers!Ken Wood :-sun1Gateway 700X; Intel P4 2.4GHz; 512MB RAM; NVIDIA Ti4200 4X AGP 128MB; SB Audigy; Thrustmaster TopGun Fox 2 Pro Shock

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This is/was a kit-plane... the Seawind 300C. You can find out more at either http://www.seawind.biz/ and from http://www.seawindpilots.com/ Hoping to do it justice within the Sim. Working hard on getting the amphibian part worked out (thanks, Jean!).Cheers!Ken Wood :-sun1Gateway 700X; Intel P4 2.4GHz; 512MB RAM; NVIDIA Ti4200 4X AGP 128MB; SB Audigy; Thrustmaster TopGun Fox 2 Pro Shock

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Hi Giorgio.........Hope your OKI'd like to see an aircraft which is flown by many airlines, so it would encourage people to participate and re-paint the various liverys, something like:Airbus A330 or MD11Regards John

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Beechcraft Starship.Any sort of mid sided moderate-complexity twin turboprop. We have a critical shortage of twin turboprops!But specifics aside, good panels. The ROTW Socata is about the best freeware plane I've ever seen for any flight sim. Anything of that quality is most welcome indeed, no matter what it is, IMHO.madmax

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There was a DC10 being made by Matthew Horridge and John Wimbush, perhaps they would agree to Giogio finishing the project.They achieved a great deal as the pics show, but I suspect that real life got in the way and prevented any further progress.Paul

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My friends,I am happy to know your wishes. It's better to do something you love.I don't see any fighter in this list. I've understood Fly! people don't love so much these planes.Thank you and please continue this planes list.Dear regardsGiorgio

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Would love to see a panel for the Piaggio Avanti. I haven't flown this beauty in real life yet but did a pretty thorough walk-thru at a recent show, very nicely laid out analogue type panel.Zane

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>We already have the Piaggio Avanti and isn't that quite>similar to the Beech?We do? Cool! I kinda lost touch with the Fly scene for a while, so I missed some stuff. I'll look for that one. Does it have a good panel and systems model?>And Hello John! Long time no see!! Have you given up your>great panel work?Hi! Panel work? Maybe that's another John? :)John/madmax

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How about a grand old four-engined propliner like the Douglas DC-7C? Took my first airline trip in one when I was ~12. The previously mentioned Electra would be nice, too.Thanks for asking, Giorgio!

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Hehehe - well, Alan, then I could always modify my request to a Lockheed Super Constellation, if we wanna talk about our first major plane flown on! :-lol Surprisingly, I was a wee lad and yet recall flying on that returning from Hawaii in the early 60's!Cheers!Ken Wood :-sun1Gateway 700X; Intel P4 2.4GHz; 512MB RAM; NVIDIA Ti4200 4X AGP 128MB; SB Audigy; Thrustmaster TopGun Fox 2 Pro Shock

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Hello All;How about the FU1 Corsair, The "Gull" wings would look great,Or how about the Cessna 172RG .As you may have seen the AVANTI, Almost has the gear retraction nailedThanksJeff

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