Since I began using Aerofly simulators in 2017 with FS2, there has been tremendous growth and progression in the development of the franchise. However, there is still much to be desired for a truly perfect experience. While I understand that implementing this monumental list of request is extremely difficult and probably not achievable, having some of these features would make the Aerofly franchise stand out as the best flight simulator. Listed below are some the features I would like to see in the future.
-Adjustable time skip slider instead of button
-Visible wind speed (in knots) when adjusting conditions
-ATC at some point in the far future (not necessary)
-Easyjet A320 (WL)
-Newer Airfrance A320 livery
-Southwest 737 livery
-Qantas 747 livery
-(Future) Delta and KLM 737NG liveries
-Qantas NEW A380 livery (VH-OQD)
-Updated Swiss A320 livery
Since Airbus has been long neglected, I believe it is time for another Airbus which would make the simulator feel more complete. I feel that the A330-300 with GE CF6 engines is a good choice due to its versatility of operations and ease of development by reusing A320 cockpit elements such as the PFD and MCDU displays. It could potentially be featured in liveries such as Delta, KLM, Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Saudia, (inaccurate engines) Swiss, Singapore Airlines, and (inaccurate engines) Etihad.
Additionally, I believe that an Embraer of some sort (Such as an E175 V2) would greatly diversify the flying experience and a B757-200 (PW2000) would be a popular and frequently flown staple and differentiator of the sim which would make it stand out against competitors such as MSFS and the ageing Xplane.
Also, a smaller GA aircraft such as the Cirrus SR22 is definitely something that should be considered.
While all Aerofly sims have had rather good coverage, I have noticed that some airports in Switzerland such as Ulrichen, Turtmann, and Interlaken have been removed. They were a joy to fly into using smaller aircraft so I would appreciate seeing them return. Perhaps the La Côte airport in Nyon VD would also make an interesting addition for flights around Lac Leman as well! I would also like to point out the often ignored Croix de Cœur airport in southwest Valais near the Italian border with Switzerland because it is a fantastic airport for flying GA aircraft such as C172s to.
Most importantly, the airport coverage in the central United States is near nonexistent.
Larger hubs such as KMSP, KORD, KDTW, KATL, and KDFW would enhance the flying experience and could be used to connect flights between the east and west coasts along with intercontinental destinations in Europe and farther afield.
Australia would also be a cool addition!
Airports such as Brisbane, Coolangatta, Townsville, Cairns, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Bankstown, Darwin, Perth, Wagga Wagga, and Uluru Ayers Rock and Pine Gap AFB would be cool to have as it would present a completely different environment to the simulator than what we are used to.
McMurdo airport in Antarctica would be amazing but I doubt that will ever happen.
Also, Caribbean airports such as Punta Cana, Nassau, Santo Domingo, Oranjestad, Curaçao, Cartegena, La Romana, Cancun, Cozumel, Kingston, Havana, St. Maarten/Saba/St. Barthélemy, and St. Thomas would be great.
Since 2017, I have felt that Aerofly is one of the most in-depth simulator franchises and I hope to continue to use IPACS simulations for many years to come! So far, these simulators have been everything I have ever dreamed of and have helped me to gain a much greater understanding of most major airliners and the many systems and MCDU styles associated with each type!
Thekingbuji333 (see the clever A330-300 reference in the username)
Also do feel free to comment with any further ideas.