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Remember the washer system on the original Volkswagen bug? Pressure driven by a hose that connected to the spare tire in the front trunk. Get a flat tire, and your spare was flat too.
- 02 Oct 2017, 13:31
- Forum: Pilot's Lounge
- Topic: A2A B-17 and B-377 retired ?
- Replies: 19
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That day has already arrived for many developers, all their new products are being made for P3Dv4 only.Warbirds wrote:What are you going to do when P3Dv3 is no longer supported let alone the final days of FSX?
Scott also mentioned a lot on their plate at the moment, guessing we'll find out what is next at the upcoming FSC. If he keeps turning heads every time he starts the 400, somebody may wave a big wad of cash under his nose, and she'll be gone.Medtner wrote:I'm sure A2A can't resist.
Im sure we wont know until it is close to release but if they plan on accusimming it, i plan on buying it. I'm sure most people here would buy it, but does Scott plan to own it that long? Takes a bit of money to support three planes, even if you can write them off as business expenses. Then again, ...
They might simulate the engine to be swappable in the hangar, and one of the painters can handle the airbrushing, but I doubt you'll see a second full blown Comanche.bullfox wrote:its gonna have to be serviced in the Accusim Maintenance Hanger.
Airlines overbook flights because they know a certain percentage will not show up for whatever reason, and it's cheaper for them to comp you into giving yours up than it is to fly with the seat empty.