A2A Aerostar flights

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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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PLEASE, PLEASE, do also an FSX compatible to. I would pay double a COTS price for the Aerostar in FSX.

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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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Hello Gary,

at this point FSX development is entirely separate to other platforms, so we are looking forward as we can and producing for FS2020.

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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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Lewis - A2A wrote:
12 Jan 2021, 06:34
Hello Gary,

at this point FSX development is entirely separate to other platforms, so we are looking forward as we can and producing for FS2020.

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It means that no occasion to have an FSX model of Aerostar ?

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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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At least P3Dv4 or v5. I won't be going to 2020 until I'm sure all is good. That may be a year or two.
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Same
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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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A lot of people are holding off on FS 2020 waiting for refinement, additional content, and for some hardware upgrades.

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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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I thought at this point I would be gagging for the Aerostar in MSFS2020. But I'm not. I want if for P3Dv5 :)

Sure MSFS looks great, but the flying sucks.

P3Dv5 as we all know, does not have the looks but the flying is great, comparatively, anyway.

So, yes looking forward to a P3Dv5 version, while MSFS gets upto speed.

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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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djbully wrote:
18 Feb 2021, 08:28
I thought at this point I would be gagging for the Aerostar in MSFS2020. But I'm not. I want if for P3Dv5 :)

Sure MSFS looks great, but the flying sucks.

P3Dv5 as we all know, does not have the looks but the flying is great, comparatively, anyway.

So, yes looking forward to a P3Dv5 version, while MSFS gets upto speed.

:lol:
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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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The Aerostar in MSFS 2020 will be revolutionary for the flightsim community.
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Please, for P3Dv5! 8)

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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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very interesting! I'm new to the forum and it's nice to find such interesting content right away! take off just like a rocket, very powerful and smooth, are you part of the space x team? :) looks like that!
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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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GaryRR wrote:
12 Jan 2021, 22:13
A lot of people are holding off on FS 2020 waiting for refinement, additional content, and for some hardware upgrades.
Ain't that the truth.

I have repeatedly tried to get an answer to this question: Does MSFS correctly manage GA piston aircraft engine behavior as it relates to MP/RPM? -

Try as I might, this effort has been completely unsuccessful.

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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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We are committed to Prepar3D as this is the best commercial training platform available. FS2020 is what we see / hope is the future for the public, just like FSX was. We're building even more of our Accu-Sim technology outside the host simulator (P3D, FS2020, etc.) so starting with our next release we will be even more platform independent than ever. This way, regardless of where the winds blow in terms of the platform of choice, A2A's entire library will be nimble and moveable without compromising the core aircraft.

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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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Ahhhh. Nimble and Stratocruiser in the same sentence. Something I never thought I would write.
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Re: A2A Aerostar flights

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Scott - A2A wrote:
25 Feb 2021, 13:57
We are committed to Prepar3D as this is the best commercial training platform available. FS2020 is what we see / hope is the future for the public, just like FSX was. We're building even more of our Accu-Sim technology outside the host simulator (P3D, FS2020, etc.) so starting with our next release we will be even more platform independent than ever. This way, regardless of where the winds blow in terms of the platform of choice, A2A's entire library will be nimble and moveable without compromising the core aircraft.

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Hi Scott,

Is there any clip recorded before the accident day you can share with us? Your videos were very interesting to watch.

Thanks

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