Simicro wrote:I was not aware so far, but it looks like A2A has a real life hangar. And if the real plane is not in that hangar, then it seems that there is very low chances that it makes to the virtual skies.
bladerunner900 wrote:So. What twin does the company run? I forget. Although. I seem to recall a Seminole being mentioned some time ago.
A2A test flies most of the aircraft they produce for the flight sim. They also own and operate some, namely, PA-24-250 (Comanche 250) and model 600 Aerostar, hence the expectation by many of us that it could (should?) make it into a simulator product.
Gabe777 wrote:Sorry but this wierd aircraft above just looks silly... and nobody recognises it. I had to search Google for it.
To be fair, many do recognize it and it does have fairly impressive specs for a MEP. And for someone who suggested Beech 1900, your comment about Aerostar looking weird and silly sounds somewhat curious.
Anyways, as my guess, it is quite likely that the first twin(s) will be powered by piston engines. Properly simulating PT6 or TPE331 would be some undertaking, and perhaps some MEP stands before in the line.