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    Posted: Sep-22-2010 at 7:07am
What future projects do you have in mind?

Only Boeing? Or what about an ifly Airbus?
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There is a need for a good Dash8 Q400 or a 777, just food for thought.
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This has been covered in another post in the forum just further down the page. Once work is nearing completion on the FSX version of the 737, I think then the team may look to see if they want to undertake another aircraft.  
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Originally posted by Steve Masson Steve Masson wrote:

This has been covered in another post in the forum just further down the page. Once work is nearing completion on the FSX version of the 737, I think then the team may look to see if they want to undertake another aircraft.  
There is a demand if you want to make more money in this as many still run FS9 and great aircraft are always welcome, basically we need you guys.
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I really donĀ“t understand why you asking for a new ac already Wacko ??

This one is far from done yet. Let the developer make all efforts in this ac for FS9
and then the FSX as first priority.

If you really are a hard core simmer, you would understand my point or....Ermm??

My only hope and is that there will be a nearly perfect 737NG after the SP
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Why? Because i'm so amazed by the quality of iFly - so more aircrafts from you will be just great! ;)
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What about the 737-300 -400 series or the Boeing 787
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Yes I agree, a 737 Classic would be awesome. A 777 wouldnt be bad either, but hey the good old 737 is always on top :D
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I can tell you now, that any plans that iFly or Flight 1 may have for any new products will not be revealed on a public forum. We tend to keep products under wraps until a very short time before release. It is not un-common for an aircraft to prgress quite a way thru development before it is decided to shelve it, and develop something else.
 
It also stops the question "WHEN WILL IT BE RELEASED??"  to which Flight One will always answer "WHEN IT IS FINISHED!"
 
So the next iFly project is " fill in as required" and it will be released "fill in as required", and that is a definate maybe!!!Wink
 
But of course all your suggestions are gratefully recieved but if one is decided on then it will be quite a time before any public notice will be released.
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As long as you guys keep making quality aircraft and giving great customer service, we don't care when it's done.
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Focus on the 737NG, it is not a perfect product. But I am sure iFly will continue to make excellent aircrafts for us in the future too.
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