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Missing aircraft models from database

Started by Sami, October 23, 2010, 07:43:07 AM

wilian.souza2

How about something tough like a revamped DC3 Basler BT67?

Video: https://youtu.be/q4qdjjHcadE

https://www.baslerturbo.com/history.html

https://www.baslerturbo.com/specifications.html

https://www.baslerturbo.com/power-and-performance.html

Could be offered in game as a new aircraft (since there wouldn't have any DC3 available for conversion  in 1990) and in its own fleetgroup. Offered in pax and cargo versions.  8)

DanDan

Quote from: wilian.souza2 on January 19, 2019, 02:46:39 AM
Could be offered in game as a new aircraft (since there wouldn't have any DC3 available for conversion  in 1990) and in its own fleetgroup. Offered in pax and cargo versions.  8)

you didnt keep your DC3 from 1950 so they could be upgraded to a BT67 in 1990 and you could ruin your company? that was shortsighted!  :laugh:

wilian.souza2

Quote from: dandan on January 19, 2019, 12:56:48 PM
you didnt keep your DC3 from 1950 so they could be upgraded to a BT67 in 1990 and you could ruin your company? that was shortsighted!  :laugh:

I stressed that it should be launched as new aircraft because it's impossible to operate (or store) an aircraft for so long here...  ::)


Talentz

Quote from: NovemberCharlie on January 23, 2019, 07:29:17 AM
I would love to see a 777 Combi:
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/boeing-sets-1997-date-for-777-combi-24427/

That would be interesting. With 747, MD-11 and 777 Combi/freighter options... A330/340 looking even worse.

Though, once the 747 Combi data is finalized, Going 747 wont be such a bad move after all.

As for that DC-3 conversion. I have already researched basic data for the BT-67 and Super DC-3S. So the data is there the bigger issue is feet group. A new fleet group requires alot more detailed data then provided and alot of it is on Sami's side (programing ect). So don't expect it soon :)

FYI: I have submitted over ten new models/fleet groups of data last year.

Talentz
Co-founder and Managing member of: The Star Alliance Group™ - A beta era, multi-brand alliance.

saetta

Sami  i Think I have asked you this before ...not sure . Why isn't the SANCASE Languedoc in your data base , they made many more then some other models in the data base . About 5 airlines flew them ..not that successful a but decent transition airplane for early century games

wilian.souza2


Zobelle




saetta

Yes Zobelle is correct SNCASE.....the mystery airliner  used by Air France ,AVIACO, Air Lebanon , LOT and a few others, not that great but better then some other planes  we have on the data base for that period. I don't know why but Sami never answers about this

DanDan

Quote from: saetta on January 29, 2019, 03:55:14 PM
Yes Zobelle is correct SNCASE.....the mystery airliner  used by Air France ,AVIACO, Air Lebanon , LOT and a few others, not that great but better then some other planes  we have on the data base for that period. I don't know why but Sami never answers about this

oh, yes, and the FW200 Condor as well please!!!   :D


saetta

I don't thick the condor was ever used by any carrier after WW 2 ...but very cool plane




Talentz

So its like a CRJ705? You can already configure it with spacious seating... and haul 1500k CL too.


Talentz
Co-founder and Managing member of: The Star Alliance Group™ - A beta era, multi-brand alliance.

DanDan

Quote from: Talentz on February 08, 2019, 01:08:52 AM
So its like a CRJ705? You can already configure it with spacious seating... and haul 1500k CL too.


Talentz

maybe the extra handluggage compartment will count for medium cargo  ;)

EmilyHampstead

I can see the Boeing 247, 307, 377 and 377F in the database... but no Boeing 314 Clipper yet. Here's proof that it ever existed: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_314_Clipper

According to the source mentioned, the B314 Clipper was produced between 1939 and 1941 in real life, and there were some variants: Model 314, Model 314A, B-314, C-98, and the Model 306 concept (which included a tailless planform, according to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_Model_306). The last of Boeing 314 Clippers was retired by the year 1948 in real life, according to Wikipedia. So it's a good addition to the database in my opinion  :laugh:.

-Emily (age 15)