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    ICAO: VVNB Name: XIN CHAO HANOI NOI BAI INTL Type: Payware FS: FS9 Designer: THAI CREATION Link:http://secure.simmarket.com/thai-creation.mhtml AES 2.32
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    ICAO: VVTS Name: TAN SON NHAT INTERNATIONAL Type: Payware FS: FS9 Designer: THAI CREATION Link:http://secure.simmarket.com/thai-creation.mhtml AES 2.32
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    ICAO: VQPR Name: KUZU ZANGPO BHUTAN - PARO INTL Type: Payware FS: FS9/FSX Designer: THAI CREATION Link:http://secure.simmarket.com/thai-creation.mhtml AES 2.32
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    ICAO: VDSR Name: Sua S'dei Angkor Siem Reap Type: Payware FS: FS9 Designer: THAI CREATION LINK: http://secure.simmarket.com/thai-creation-sua-sdei-angkor-siem-reap-international-airport.phtml AES 2.32
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    I can only speak for myself and Sascha (Managing Director) I came into Aerosoft in 1991 as one of the companions founding Aerosoft. Bernward Suermann, the main founder, was a classmate of myself. In 1995 I moved into the management and in 2000 we decided to stop professional development because it was wasting a lot of money every year. After that decision Bernward founded a new company for professional training software based on the Aerosoft department and I was the only managing director left at Aerosoft. I am not a pilot and I was not a flight sim enthusiast. I have studied business and worked in the banking area and in marketing & pr before. Sascha came into Aerosoft in 1996 as an apprentice. After that he was responsible for the Aerosoft logistics and the warehouse for a few years. In 2003 his responsibility was increased to purchase and later he became director purchase & sales at Aerosoft. Since 2011 he is managing director of Aerosoft. He was and is interested in all kind of computer gaming. I hope this answers your question. For hundred thousands of people worldwide, perhaps for millions, flight simulation is more than a game, itis their hobby. This means that there is a strong interest in keeping this kind of 'games' alive. So, I am positive to the future. While Microsoft has shown no interest in the FS community for the last 10-15 years, I believe that the developers of newer flight simulators, like X-Plane, Aerofly, ... will keep their ears much closer on the needs of the community. I prefer to work with small companies like Aerosoft instead of multinational corporations like Microsoft. I see FSX and X-Plane for a number of years side on side in flight simulation, but on the long term a new simulator will move into the steps of MSFS. I don't see the end of our hobby in the near future.


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