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Author Topic: Diversity of small plane options  (Read 198 times)

Offline gallen89

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Diversity of small plane options
« on: February 21, 2020, 06:32:06 AM »
As someone who enjoys building more small- and medium-market airlines, one of the things I have noted is that, in general, the small plane market is pretty sparse (planes with 15 or less seats is mostly what I'm looking at here; the market in 15-30 seaters is actually pretty solid). There is essentially one plane in each generation: the Dove(1940s), the P.66 (1950s), the Islander (1960s), the Piper (1970s), the Cessna (1980s), and the Pilatus (1990s).

I was hoping we might be able to add a few more small planes for future game worlds. There are a few competitors, particularly with the Islander/Piper/Cessna, that I feel might be worth adding to the game to make the game just a little bit more diverse and make running small plane airlines a little more interesting.

Some of the suggestions I had were the Beechcraft Super King Air/King Air/Queen Air (introduced in the 1960s and 1970s), the Mitsubishi MU-2 (introduced in the 1960s), the Tecnam P2012 (introduced in the 2010s), the Harbin Y-12 (introduced in the 1980s), the Miles Aerovan (introduced in the 1940s) and the Partenavia P.68 (introduced in the 1970s).


 

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