• A painting by spirit and itapemirim would also be perfect for the A320, a painting by Latam for the 777 and Ukraine International airlines for the -900ER, and for the 787 a painting by emirates since it recently ordered the -10

    Cool, but didn't Itapemirim go out of business recently? (I still love the livery)


    A Qantas B78X would be cool too. They ordered 8 of them.

    Kind regards and safe flying.

    -Thekingbuji333

  • Legally, the copyright of an airline's livery belongs to the airline itself. However, like many game artworks, most copyright owners are happy to have other artists create content featuring their designs to increase their visibility. Based on my understanding in my country, the proper process for creating liveries is to contact the airline's staff (some airlines have virtual airline divisions that serve flight simulation players) and obtain permission. Once permission is granted, the liveries can be created by aircraft manufacturers. Some airlines may require the manufacturer to provide an official toolkit for livery creation so that their own technicians can better create accurate representations of these liveries. I'm not sure if similar regulations exist in Europe.

    貴方の運命は、すでに我が手中の糸が絡めとった!:saint:<3

  • Legally, the copyright of an airline's livery belongs to the airline itself. However, like many game artworks, most copyright owners are happy to have other artists create content featuring their designs to increase their visibility. Based on my understanding in my country, the proper process for creating liveries is to contact the airline's staff (some airlines have virtual airline divisions that serve flight simulation players) and obtain permission. Once permission is granted, the liveries can be created by aircraft manufacturers. Some airlines may require the manufacturer to provide an official toolkit for livery creation so that their own technicians can better create accurate representations of these liveries. I'm not sure if similar regulations exist in Europe.

    A Varig já falou a 20 anos não tem nenhum problema em criar as pinturas

  • If the airline is not interested in this matter, then that's good. After all, most people wouldn't initiate cross-border lawsuits for small benefits. If there is no assistance from the airline or publicly available information, there are generally two ways to create liveries: hand drawing and patching based on photos. From what I know, most cases involve ground staff assisting in taking pictures of different parts of the aircraft and then using filters and color adjustments to recreate them in the game. I'm not sure if IPACS uses this method as well, but I know that creating a high-quality replica livery always requires a lot of effort. And IPACS is working hard to provide even more detailed content. I once thought about inviting some airlines to create official liveries for Aerofly. However, it is still unclear whether IPACS would be willing to release their official repaint kits to support these efforts.

    貴方の運命は、すでに我が手中の糸が絡めとった!:saint:<3

  • Jet-Pack (IPACS)

    Hello,


    Since we now have more storage due to global streaming, can more liveries be added? If so, I would eventually appreciate the following:


    CRJ-900:

    Airfrance HOP! livery (old)

    New Eurowings


    A320:

    Qantaslink

    ITA

    LATAM

    Eurowings

    Air France (new)

    Iberia

    Vueling

    New Swiss

    Revised and colour-corrected Delta

    Spirit

    Wizz

    JetBlue

    Virgin Australia

    Azul

    Jetstar


    B737-500:

    Qantas and KLM (both operated the similar -300)

    Virgin Australia (slightly inaccurate but still cool, they use the -700)


    B737-900ER:

    Delta logo fix, maybe scimitar winglets


    B747-400:

    VH-OEM Qantas

    VARIG

    Old Lufthansa livery returned

    KLM winglet decoration

    Virgin Atlantic


    B77W:

    Virgin Australia

    KLM Orange Pride

    China Airlines (Boeing hybrid)

    LATAM/LATAM Star Wars


    B78X:

    Qantas (ordered 8 )

    Air Canada (ordered 18)

    Saudia- NEW


    B79M:

    Icelandair

    Copa Airlines


    Dash 8:

    Qantaslink

    AirBerlin

    Luxair


    Hypotheticals:

    B738: Delta, KLM, Qantas, REX, Virgin Australia, Ryanair, Sun Country, Avelo, American, Southwest, Alaska, Transavia, GOL, TUI (scimitar), China Airlines

    B7M8: Bonza, Virgin Australia, United, Southwest, Ryanair, Qatar, FlyDubai


    There is also a bug where the yoke reads "GREN LIGHT" on the B737NG.


    Hopefully an A333 can be added one day! Or maybe a communal livery creation tool similar to what RFS has?


    Thanks,

    Thekingbuji333


    Feel free to share any ideas in the comments. I'd love to hear them!

    Kind regards and safe flying.

    -Thekingbuji333

    Edited 7 times, last by Thekingbuji333 (January 6, 2024 at 8:36 PM).

  • I'm asking for a lot here and it may not be possible, BUT I hope it will work out since IF has hundreds of liveries and so does RFS. However, I still love Aerofly. It kind of makes sense since we're no longer dealing with just North America and Europe but instead the entire world.

    Kind regards and safe flying.

    -Thekingbuji333

  • DASH 8

    WIDEROE AIRLINES HOW OFTEN DO I HAVE TO SAY THAT MAN


    AND UTAIR 735