A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Scott - A2A
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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cessna lover wrote:
07 Mar 2021, 15:45
Scott does that mean that A2A is done with FSX and there won't be any new planes coming out for it?
The new tech we're working on now will have us more platform independent than ever before but by the time the Comanche is ready for FS2020 those using FSX will be even fewer than now. But we are always reassessing.

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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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I wonder what your assessment on P3D will be in the future. I'm hoping nothing big changes from V5 to V6 that makes it labor intensive to upgrade all the A2A products. However, if need-be, V5 is extremely solid and would be worth keeping forever if you decide to not develop for it anymore.
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Re: A2A Aerostar Emergency Landing

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Scott - A2A wrote:
08 Mar 2021, 12:39
cessna lover wrote:
07 Mar 2021, 15:45
Scott does that mean that A2A is done with FSX and there won't be any new planes coming out for it?
The new tech we're working on now will have us more platform independent than ever before but by the time the Comanche is ready for FS2020 those using FSX will be even fewer than now. But we are always reassessing.

Scott
well i may have to invest in another computer to get MSFS 2020 if you guys go to that
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