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Yes, I fully agree with that.    Here are images of a test Jae Eon done today on the materials. Note how the surfaces are not fully flat, should work really well with the lighting engine. 

So, after a very busy period it is now the time of football and warm summer evenings. That means things for us slow down a bit (you have no idea how much these things affect our sales, give us a rainy

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vor 17 Stunden , Mathijs Kok sagte:

Perhaps anybody has any suggestion about what versions and liveries we should make? 

The first person to say 'glass cockpit' is banned for ever. We really want this to be a old style sturdy aircraft.


I would really appreciate to get a Tara Air (aka Yeti Air) or Nepal Airlines livery.

 

If you need some high resolution images from both sides please let me know. I took the below pictures and many more during my Nepal trip and can provide you with images if needed.

 

https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9180845

 

https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9180841

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34 minutes ago, Marc M.A. said:

Hey! CRJ has been delivered... any date forTwin Ttters? april? may maybe?

 

Thanks a lot!

 

Current estimation is Summer, see the post top of page 13 :) 

 

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18 hours ago, Mathijs Kok said:

Perhaps anybody has any suggestion about what versions and liveries we should make? 

The first person to say 'glass cockpit' is banned for ever. We really want this to be a old style sturdy aircraft.

Winair for sure!
I am also certain Brandon would ask the same, if he was here ;)

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5 minutes ago, Eric Bakker said:

Winair for sure!
I am also certain Brandon would ask the same, if he was here ;)

Winair is indeed a must have ;) One of the largest DHC6-300 series carrier still flying them daily in and out of SXM

Air Antilles Express and Air Calin would also be nice to see on the same series.

-300 Amphibian wise, anything from Transmaldivian to Manta Air and Maldivian.

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Harbour Air for sure! Had the privilege of flying on one a few years back and the experience made me fall in love with this aircraft.  

 

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23 hours ago, Mathijs Kok said:

Perhaps anybody has any suggestion about what versions and liveries we should make? 

The first person to say 'glass cockpit' is banned for ever. We really want this to be a old style sturdy aircraft.

Skybus standard wheels please I can supply as many photos as you could like :D and Verson 300/310

Float verson would also be nice with a TMA. 

Skybus-refurbed-Twin-Otter.jpg

 

Noticed also the texture of the de-ice boots looks strange if you required any photos of these do let me know (Y) 

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4 hours ago, blackbird971 said:

Winair is indeed a must have ;) One of the largest DHC6-300 series carrier still flying them daily in and out of SXM

Air Antilles Express and Air Calin would also be nice to see on the same series.

-300 Amphibian wise, anything from Transmaldivian to Manta Air and Maldivian.

Hey My Friend!

 

Thanks for commenting about Air Antilles, AirCalin and TMA :D

 

I can't wait fot the TwOtter !!! I miss it since I got MSFS hahaha

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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

 

 

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23 minutes ago, XR219 said:

MANX were an operator back in the day too... 

I miss MANX, used to go to IOM when I lived on the island with my parents just before they ceased operations

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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.

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Fiji Airways to purchase three new Viking Air DHC-6-400 Twin Otters for Fiji  Link | World Airline News

 

I have flown in this many a times when visiting Fiji. My 7 year old used to sit next to me when I flew this in P3D. Imagine his surprise when the last time we were in Fiji, he got to experience a flight in this. The look on his face was priceless.

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18 hours ago, flyerdu973 said:

Hey My Friend!

 

Thanks for commenting about Air Antilles, AirCalin and TMA :D

 

I can't wait fot the TwOtter !!! I miss it since I got MSFS hahaha

I'm hanging out for a Caribbean livery as well. Air Antilles, Winair or any others from the area would be awesome. 

 

 

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On 3/21/2021 at 2:07 AM, Mathijs Kok said:

 

Just keep checking here.   Might not always apply but we tend top pick people who have a high reputation status on the forums.

I hope Mark at Almost Aviation is getting to beta test:

https://www.youtube.com/user/keysounddotcom

He has a dedicated Twin Otter cockpit with throttles overhead, and is very familiar with the previous Aerosoft Twin Otters.

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10 hours ago, scubaboy said:

I hope Mark at Almost Aviation is getting to beta test:

https://www.youtube.com/user/keysounddotcom

He has a dedicated Twin Otter cockpit with throttles overhead, and is very familiar with the previous Aerosoft Twin Otters.

 

Oh yes, he has a lot of knowledge we''ll make use of.

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On 24.3.2021 at 16:44, Mathijs Kok sagte:

Anne is still working on the cabins (which start to look real nice) 

 

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JaeEon is already doing the different models (3 bladed/4 bladed props etc)

 

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Hmmm... 🤔

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I am with Brian V and think for the PNW that Harbour Air and Kenmore are essential! After all Victoria is where Viking is based. I love the idea of the CC138 RCAF colours as well. I flew the Comox based Search and Rescue Buffalo in FSX extensively and loved doing a high speed pass over towns and airports.

 

Ha ha. I read Abriael s post about JA 8799. My son was a FSR for Viking and was dispatched to southern Siberia to work on a fleet of Twin Otters there. Their opinion was ( Russian accent) " Pretty good plane, built kind of light but still pretty good plane! " He also worked in Peru and previously had run Cessna Caravans but found the Twin Otters much more durable. He has a new appreciation of what they will put up with and still fly.

 

My two cents, Buzz

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