Will you ever develop modern-ish twin props ?

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Will you ever develop modern-ish twin props ?

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A good Twin Otter would be nice start.
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With the company operating one, Eventually yes 8)
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We've been beating the single engine GA aircraft thing to death! Enough already! We desperately need an entry level twin. Think about the GA Twins out there currently used to train pilots in the operation of twin aircraft. In my opinion and it's only my opinion, we don't need an advanced or complicated twin. We need to start with an entry level twin, so we can get our feet wet, without diving head long into the pond filled with rocks! I'm just saying!

Keep the shiny side up and the dirty side down!

Ret SMSgt Cliff Lord - C-130 Flight Engineer & Mechanic :idea:

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cflord wrote:We've been beating the single engine GA aircraft thing to death! Enough already! We desperately need an entry level twin. Think about the GA Twins out there currently used to train pilots in the operation of twin aircraft. In my opinion and it's only my opinion, we don't need an advanced or complicated twin. We need to start with an entry level twin, so we can get our feet wet, without diving head long into the pond filled with rocks! I'm just saying!

Keep the shiny side up and the dirty side down!

Ret SMSgt Cliff Lord - C-130 Flight Engineer & Mechanic :idea:

Stay tuned !

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Hi Folks,

LOL - such a tease...

This is what I’m waiting for:

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scottb613 wrote:Hi Folks,

LOL - such a tease...

This is what I’m waiting for:

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Regards,
Scott


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If this one turns out to be THE one, I can assure everyone on these forums they won't be disappointed. It will have everything we have done integrated into its Accusim and the aircraft itself will be totally suitable for multi-engine training as well as being a fast cross country aircraft fully IFR capable.
As always...................stay tuned ! :-)))))))))
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PA 60-602P

Thank you Scott
Thank you Dudley
Thank you Scott
Thank you Dudley
Thank you Scott

And Scott, thank you!

Now, how am I supposed to sleep till this Tiger is released?!

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rod321 wrote:PA 60-602P

Thank you Scott
Thank you Dudley
Thank you Scott
Thank you Dudley
Thank you Scott

And Scott, thank you!

Now, how am I supposed to sleep till this Tiger is released?!

Rod (EGBB fish 'n chips day)

Repeat after me;

"Now I lay me down to sleep.
I pray to Scott my plane to keep,
And if I die before I wake,
I pray to Scott my plane to make."

This should work !

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Lewis - A2A wrote:With the company operating one, Eventually yes 8)
"Eventually" ...... "The Company"

Wow..... we could debate these words forever ! :shock: :shock: :shock:

Well that's made my day... :lol:

The Company .... lol !

I thought the CIA did their extraordinary wotsits, in Pilatus PC12s.... ! :oops:


But in all seriosity (made up word), a high performance thing, like a Cheyenne or Duke or King Air, is all well and good, but there are a few out there.

We need some bush types, like the Twotter too. (I don't think we'll ever see another from Aerosoft, although they were thinking about it.) And think of the range.... Amphibian, Tundra etc. Wow.
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Will you ever develop modern-ish twin props ?

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Hi Dudley,

Now you have me slathering on the bit - lol...

Best of luck to team A2A...

I’ll paint this scheme when released - unless someone beats me to it - it’s one of the nicest I’ve seen...

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Re: Will you ever develop modern-ish twin props ?

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DHenriquesA2A wrote:Stay tuned !

Dudley Henriques
Ahhh...the incessant whining for a GA twin is about to end! Seriously happy for everyone that's been wanting one.

My whining for a big radial fighter will continue unabated... :mrgreen:

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Hi Dudley,

Thanks for the "stay tuned".
DHenriquesA2A wrote:If this one turns out to be THE one, I can assure everyone on these forums they won't be disappointed.
And if this one turns out NOT to be THE one? :wink:
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Re: Will you ever develop modern-ish twin props ?

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Simicro wrote:Hi Dudley,

Thanks for the "stay tuned".
DHenriquesA2A wrote:If this one turns out to be THE one, I can assure everyone on these forums they won't be disappointed.
And if this one turns out NOT to be THE one? :wink:
:-)))))))))))))))

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Re: Will you ever develop modern-ish twin props ?

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This got my heart pumping again! Thanks A2A Team! Wishing with all my heart a GA Twin for IFR flights!

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Leo

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Simicro
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Re: Will you ever develop modern-ish twin props ?

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undergroundleo wrote:Wishing with all my heart a GA Twin for IFR flights!
Me too and I would add a "classic".
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