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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #45 on: August 01, 2010, 08:18:43 pm »
No, if you are talking about the video.  This is the link:

I can't believe you guys are getting wet over a 1 minute test video with NO airport vehicles, NO service vehicles, and NO AI traffic.  That could be a BP scenery, and I don't mean British Petroleum.   ;D

FlyTampa= Buffalo (ugh too small=no buy)...

In and of itself, I would agree with that, but Buffalo International is being made to mesh with Aerosoft's US Cities Buffalo Niagra, so for a fan of the US Cities series like myself, it's a no brainer.   ;D

Ha ha.  Airport vehicles or not.  The airport is finsihed and looks better than the others up to date.  You have to admit that?
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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #46 on: August 01, 2010, 08:24:07 pm »
No, if you are talking about the video.  This is the link:

I can't believe you guys are getting wet over a 1 minute test video with NO airport vehicles, NO service vehicles, and NO AI traffic.  That could be a BP scenery, and I don't mean British Petroleum.   ;D

FlyTampa= Buffalo (ugh too small=no buy)...

In and of itself, I would agree with that, but Buffalo International is being made to mesh with Aerosoft's US Cities Buffalo Niagra, so for a fan of the US Cities series like myself, it's a no brainer.   ;D



Ha ha.  Airport vehicles or not.  The airport is finsihed and looks better than the others up to date.  You have to admit that?

Roger that  ;) But speaking about Aerosoft's Chicago city addon, will this addon be in conflict with FSDT KORD?
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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #47 on: August 01, 2010, 09:06:10 pm »
The airport is finsihed and looks better than the others up to date.  You have to admit that?

Absolutely, it looks great... but they've boasted about a 30% increase in FPS over the default SFO, and that I have to see to believe.

But speaking about Aerosoft's Chicago city addon, will this addon be in conflict with FSDT KORD?

Absolutely not, the installer checks for KORD and places it at the top of your scenery above Chicago Cities.
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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #48 on: August 01, 2010, 09:27:40 pm »
Thank you Bruce  ;)
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« Reply #49 on: August 02, 2010, 03:55:31 am »
Frame-rate quote is hard to believe but it's Orbx/Fsdt quality and is simply beautiful...I want to buy this one, Bruce.  ;D

No, if you are talking about the video.  This is the link:

I can't believe you guys are getting wet over a 1 minute test video with NO airport vehicles, NO service vehicles, and NO AI traffic.  That could be a BP scenery, and I don't mean British Petroleum.   ;D

FlyTampa= Buffalo (ugh too small=no buy)...

In and of itself, I would agree with that, but Buffalo International is being made to mesh with Aerosoft's US Cities Buffalo Niagra, so for a fan of the US Cities series like myself, it's a no brainer.   ;D

Ha ha.  Airport vehicles or not.  The airport is finsihed and looks better than the others up to date.  You have to admit that?



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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #50 on: August 02, 2010, 08:15:56 am »
The airport is finsihed and looks better than the others up to date.  You have to admit that?

Absolutely, it looks great... but they've boasted about a 30% increase in FPS over the default SFO, and that I have to see to believe.

But speaking about Aerosoft's Chicago city addon, will this addon be in conflict with FSDT KORD?

Absolutely not, the installer checks for KORD and places it at the top of your scenery above Chicago Cities.

I must have missed that part.  But, I would love to pick this one up though.  I also would have to see to believe.    ;D
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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #51 on: August 02, 2010, 01:31:09 pm »
I say someone needs to KLAX.  All of the shitty secondary cities in the UK and Europe have been done.  KLAX seems like the best bet for the US?

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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #52 on: August 02, 2010, 02:25:24 pm »
Frame-rate quote is hard to believe but it's Orbx/Fsdt quality and is simply beautiful

I wouldn't give them that much credit yet, Darryl.   ;)
This is their first project together, and while it is obvious the developers are not noobs, ORBX and FSDT have been doing this for years with the same teams of developers.  I plan to purchase as well, especially if Oliver Pabst gets AES in it.
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« Reply #53 on: August 02, 2010, 03:11:14 pm »
Their making an impressive start...and one of the best looking website designs too. Speaks of professionalism!

Frame-rate quote is hard to believe but it's Orbx/Fsdt quality and is simply beautiful

I wouldn't give them that much credit yet, Darryl.   ;)
This is their first project together, and while it is obvious the developers are not noobs, ORBX and FSDT have been doing this for years with the same teams of developers.  I plan to purchase as well, especially if Oliver Pabst gets AES in it.

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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #54 on: August 02, 2010, 04:13:37 pm »
No, if you are talking about the video.  This is the link:

I can't believe you guys are getting wet over a 1 minute test video with NO airport vehicles, NO service vehicles, and NO AI traffic.  That could be a BP scenery, and I don't mean British Petroleum.   ;D

FlyTampa= Buffalo (ugh too small=no buy)...

In and of itself, I would agree with that, but Buffalo International is being made to mesh with Aerosoft's US Cities Buffalo Niagra, so for a fan of the US Cities series like myself, it's a no brainer.   ;D
I don't remember seeing any one doing Buffalo International, But then again I might be surprised to see when it makes a landing. :D
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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #55 on: August 02, 2010, 04:54:21 pm »
No, if you are talking about the video.  This is the link:

I can't believe you guys are getting wet over a 1 minute test video with NO airport vehicles, NO service vehicles, and NO AI traffic.  That could be a BP scenery, and I don't mean British Petroleum.   ;D

FlyTampa= Buffalo (ugh too small=no buy)...

In and of itself, I would agree with that, but Buffalo International is being made to mesh with Aerosoft's US Cities Buffalo Niagra, so for a fan of the US Cities series like myself, it's a no brainer.   ;D
I don't remember seeing any one doing Buffalo International, But then again I might be surprised to see when it makes a landing. :D

http://www.flytampa.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4237

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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #56 on: August 02, 2010, 05:28:18 pm »
Their making an impressive start...and one of the best looking website designs too.

Like I said, seeing is believing. Not ready to kneel and chant "I'm not Worthy!" just yet.   :D
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« Reply #57 on: August 03, 2010, 02:25:40 pm »
I just checked out Buffalo International Airport progress on FlyTampa and I am very impressed what I see so far. :)
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« Reply #58 on: August 03, 2010, 09:54:00 pm »
Cool  ;D
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Re: Future Airport projects
« Reply #59 on: August 06, 2010, 07:20:53 pm »
I would like to finally see NY/NJ's third airport, Newark. I know SF did it years ago but man, it is such a busy and important airport for the NY area and CO's hub. I really wish FSDT would do it justice.
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