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  1. ICAO: SABE NAME: Buenos Aires Aeroparque Jorge Newberry TYPE: Freeware FS: FS9 DESIGNER: Franco Córdoba LINK: http://francocordobafsa.blogspot.ch/ Very good Freeware of a much needed Airport!
  2. ICAO: MSLPNAME: San Salvador, ComalapaTYPE: PaywareFS: FS9/FSX DESIGNER: VirtualColLINK: http://secure.simmarket.com/virtualcol-comalapa-virtual-fs2004-(de_6559).phtml
  3. ICAO: SCTENAME: Puerto Montt, Aeropuerto El TepualTYPE: FreewareFS: FS9 DESIGNER: Damian HettichLINK: https://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/fslib.php?searchid=58938838 Nice Freeware in an aera with very little good sceneries and poor AES-Support...
  4. ICAO: UGTB NAME: Tbilisi, Georgia TYPE: Freeware FS: FS9 DESIGNER: Александр Свонидзе LINK: http://www.avsimrus.com/files.phtml?action=download&id=49571 Note: This is not the same Airport that was requested in #139 AES 2.42
  5. C'mon, Mathijs, what else did you expect from a sales action with nothing than very old add-ons in it? I'm still a happy FS2004-pilot, but I already own most of your products for this platform. Of course I won't buy your sceneries again, and I suppose my friends who still use FS2004 won't do that either. If you don't produce new products for FS2004, you must not be astonished if you don't sell no FS2004-products any more. FSMagazine from Germany has just published amazing statistics from IVAO saying that there are almost as many FS2004-users as there are FSX-user (some 42% compared to about 46%, if I remember it right, please see http://pim.oudeveldhuis.eu/ivao/stats/). So I don't believe that the market for FS2004-products is really as dead as you try to tell me. Other developers and publishers still produce for this platform, and I don't suppose they want to lose money doing so. Of course I have no right at all that Aerosoft produces anything for my platform at all, I know. But I'm quite sure that NEW(!) products for FS2004 would sell not to badly. I would buy it after all, and I think my friends would do so as well. It's your free choice if you want to produce for FS2004 or not, I understand that quite well and I don't want to offend you or Aerosoft. But please don't stop producing first and then complain that we don't buy. That's not fair. Regards Michael
  6. I don't wanna be impatient, but this starts to suck a bit. This scenery was said to be released in Fall 2011. Now spring 2012 is comming and still no news. I know you at Aerosoft sometimes can't make things go ahead faster (at least if you act only as publisher), but please give us at least some informations... do I have to wait another year or can we expect a release in the coming weeks? Greez Michael
  7. Yes! Mathijs, is a release in 2011 still possible? I'd love to fly up there in the next days. Greetings Michael
  8. Caption: "Nakajima one one five, cleared to land, wind calm, caution bees, flies, grasshoppers and butterflies taking off"
  9. Caption: It's that time of the year again when migratory birds head southwards... like that British flok of birds flying towards Lybia.
  10. <<Oh my god... I can't remember which one ist the TCAS-System>>
  11. Dear Mathijs, that's exactly what I'm doing, counting weeks, but the number's getting quite big... Please tell me that USSS will be released before Xmas, so I can spend my holidays flying around ice-cold and snowy Russia... Greetings Michael
  12. Giving an educated Guess: 1. Glenn Curtis 2. Hammondsport 3. 1912
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