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    I was looking at the list of planned and released aircraft for FS2020. It struck me that all of the aircraft with the exception of Carenado's a/c are kinda of off the beaten path, niche type aircraft.

    I know the largest share of the market has gone to more modern airliners. Even those are missing. Well, I saw that Qwings is going to update their 787. But where are the higher quality 172's, and Baron's.?

    What are your top 3 desired aircraft that you would like to have higher fidelity models of?

    For me I think:

    • A 182 that behaves better in FS2020 than Carenado's. A Cessna 206 would work too.
    • A good twin like the Baron or Duke
    • A military cargo aircraft smaller than a C-5.

  • #2
    1) A Manfred Jahn-level Douglas DC-3/C-47 with working fire suppression system (apparently).

    2) A Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules with a little jeep that pops out of the back when I press ctrl-J.

    3) A Beechcraft/Textron B58 Baron with most of the buttons working and a DeHavilland DHC-6 Twin Otter with floats and a DeHavilland DHC-2 Beaver, also with floats.

    How come I can only have three aircraft? Can I get more than three if I pay extra on eBay?
    Respects, Bob ...


    • #3
      1. Canadair CL-215 (with original radial engines)

      2. Dassault Mirage 2000C

      3. Since Bob cheated, I will too. De Havilland Canada Chipmunk, Beaver, Otter, Caribou, Buffalo and Twin Otter
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      • #4
        Originally posted by ROBERT DUNN 2 View Post

        How come I can only have three aircraft?
        Wanted to limit it to make us think what we really, really would like.

        Originally posted by ROBERT DUNN 2 View Post
        Can I get more than three if I pay extra on eBay
        Ebay? You can pay there. Good luck actually getting anything worth the time there.


        • #5
          I just want the Basler BT-67.
          “Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” ― Leonardo da Vinci


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