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  1. Sounds good to me Mathias. I’ll probably put it on my Xbox out of curiosity as much as anything else. Thanks for the honest update on where you are at with the project. You did forget to mention Sand 😉 (Barra)
  2. This is true, its funny though, even as a kid I was more interested in the stuff I had just missed in real life. That's why I have a soft spot for freighters, they keep going well beyond when the equivalent passenger aircraft have retired.
  3. Seems to be the way these days. The kids only want to fly something they can program an FMC and let it fly on AP itself while they take screenshots. I'd love some old proper airliners, with proper radios and AP, but unfortunately such things are a labour of love and commercially not very viable. Caravelle's, Tridents, DC8's etc etc. Even 146's, A300's and 757 at a push. There was such a range and every one had very different characteristics. Now the electronics handle most of the nuances.
  4. Absolutely Stunning. TBH when I was scrolling through the topic there at first glance I thought someone had posted some pics of the real aircraft. Brilliant work, many thanks. 👍
  5. My personal view on Airbuses would be that the A330 offers a broader range of options, so long as the freight versions are covered. A320 series are broadly similar from a piloting perspective and it would be nice to have something a little different (especially as the 320NEO is one of the default aircraft in the Sim.) The 330 could also be offered in the MRTT role (possibly as an optional addon) which may appeal to military pilots. Just my thoughts.
  6. Yep, I never flew with them but they had a really varied selection of A/C over the years. Used to see them coming into Sydenham (EGAC) when I was a kid.
  7. Like several have mentioned, Loganair would be great to see, but I'd love the old Loganair livery, fits the period nicely... De Havilland Canada DHC-6-310 Twin Otter - Loganair | Aviation Photo #0231124 | Airliners.net In addition, MANX were an operator back in the day too... (Albeit leased from Loganair if I remember) De Havilland Canada DHC-6-310 Twin Otter - Manx Airlines | Aviation Photo #0194872 | Airliners.net And for something a little more remote... De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter - British Antarctic Survey | Aviation Photo #0007957 | Airliners.net
  8. Looking great Mathijs, it will be great to have a proper aircraft in the sim (i.e. one without a glass cockpit). Very much looking forward to this. 👍
  9. Very much looking forward to using this in the Scottish Highlands and Islands. MSFS lack of aircraft without glass cockpits really limits the enjoyment of it. But this looks beautiful Anne & Team. Really lovely work. Can't wait. 😊
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