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Author Topic: MS Flt Sim 2020 for Honolulu  (Read 2319 times)
robert28844
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« on: September 07, 2020, 11:23:32 PM »

Will there be any update to this great Addon for the new Microsoft Flight Sim. This was by far the most accurate out there to date....even smoked FS 2020 default airport for Honolulu. I do a lot of real world flying out of this airport. 
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« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2020, 10:12:58 PM »

We have announced PHNL is going to be remade for MSFS 2020 a while ago.
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« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2020, 03:38:52 AM »

Ciao, Humberto, are there plans to release it for Prepar3d V5?

Thank you!
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robert28844
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« Reply #3 on: January 15, 2021, 08:49:46 AM »

I am just curious since it has been several months. Where does the Honolulu Airport sit on the Roadmap for release for MS2020. i know it may take time just wanted an update if possible.
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« Reply #4 on: January 15, 2021, 11:27:42 AM »

Several months it's nothing for an airport of this size that is being remade from scratch, it's not a conversion from the previous version, it's being rebuilt from the ground up for MSFS 2020 so, it's will be released when it's ready, there are no problems whatsoever with it, it's just a lot of work.
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« Reply #5 on: January 27, 2021, 02:40:27 AM »

Dear Umberto,
Please understand I am NOT trying to rush you, or anyone into getting the product out. I of anyone would know how much work goes into making an airport. I tried making the airport personally, with the FS2020 SDK and just to get one taxiway down the way you like it takes several hours or if not days of work. So please dont get on attack mode. I was just trying to see if you have a roadmap (NOT a due date)..... but a list of what is going to be worked on. In example, we will be working on this airport then this one, then this one. As I know it take time to get to these rolled out due to bugs, or SDKs that don't have what you need.... so are waiting for updates/patches that include them.  Just wanted to know if there was a Airport to do list, that is all. I hope you have a great day sir.
Sincerely,
Robert
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« Reply #6 on: January 27, 2021, 06:56:11 PM »

Dear Umberto,
Please understand I am NOT trying to rush you, or anyone into getting the product out. I of anyone would know how much work goes into making an airport. I tried making the airport personally, with the FS2020 SDK and just to get one taxiway down the way you like it takes several hours or if not days of work. So please dont get on attack mode. I was just trying to see if you have a roadmap (NOT a due date)..... but a list of what is going to be worked on. In example, we will be working on this airport then this one, then this one. As I know it take time to get to these rolled out due to bugs, or SDKs that don't have what you need.... so are waiting for updates/patches that include them.  Just wanted to know if there was a Airport to do list, that is all. I hope you have a great day sir.
Sincerely,
Robert

Hi Robert, as Umberto already said, the Honolulu airport requires a lot of work and is difficult to quantify. What I can tell you is that among many things we are working on it. Right now I'm doing the modeling and texturing of various hangars and buildings, and there are tens if not hundreds. And part of the terminal facilities are ready. But the work is still a lot, PHNL is full of different buildings and structures so it requires some attention. I think surely we will have to wait at least this spring to see some screenshots, just to give you a time frame.
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