My new favorite A2A plane

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mike4370
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My new favorite A2A plane

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Hi Scott and A2A team, I am absolutely loving the new bonanza. I have every GA plane you all have released and as the title says, this is my new favorite.

patful
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Post patful »

Indeed. I don't have the 172, but this is my favorite of the P3D bunch already, warbirds included (Spit is close). Handling, gauges, wind sounds, lights, just feels alive. After I bought the Texan last year, one of my first posts was a wish for a 35. Thank you, A2A!

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DatDudeMIC
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I agree. I just already have 8 hours in just 3 flights on mine.
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awash2002
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I really like my Bonanza when FSX will stop crashing with it I have already had 2 crashes with it and two different error messages from the event logs
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stew
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Question: If I get the V-tail, will I ever go back to my Comanche?? :?
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Caldemeyn
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Well A2A certainly trained a strong wing of virtual fliers, taking us all by the hand from the beginning and teasing us with more and more powerful ponies with every release. For a time i think you will be enamored with the new release, but in time you will return to those trusty pipers and cessnas. 8) if nothing else, just to recall how far we've gone forward since then. Plus each of them is its own beast with specific quirks that make them unique and in time some new features could be incorporated as well, keeping them fresh

jeanl2
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Now we just need a Dual Prop and we're set. Something like a Baron or Seneca would be nice.

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gpf
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Post gpf »

I concur. The Bonanza is now my favorite. Keep up the excellent work A2A.

mike4370
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Re: My new favorite A2A plane

Post mike4370 »

jeanl2 wrote:Now we just need a Dual Prop and we're set. Something like a Baron or Seneca would be nice.
I agree, a baron would be absolutely awesome!!

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stephan.cote.1
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My new favorite A2A plane

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mike4370 wrote:Hi Scott and A2A team, I am absolutely loving the new bonanza. I have every GA plane you all have released and as the title says, this is my new favorite.
+1, except I almost have every single A2A bird...

I never thought that I would say that but that simulation is even taking away some of my mustang wheels up time! I think if we could get some of the new feature (rain effect, aging gauges, etc) on the 51, that would bring it back on par with with the bonanza but this little birds is something.. 1000nm range with tip tanks.. 150 kts + ground speed... 1000 lbs pay load.. very nimble, awesome autopilot, BEAUTIFUL interior..

What a masterpiece A2A!


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Alfredson007
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Re: My new favorite A2A plane

Post Alfredson007 »

There are two things i really love in Bonanza...

One is the sound.. the engine sound. if i don't use headset, i feel (kind of) bad for my neighbour....

The other is how it feels to be in the air.. it rocks.. and yaws... in a whole new level imo... the landing flare requires more attention than ever... and i really like that.

I really wish that the Cherokee and Comanche would feel so alive too.

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