Development Teaser: New Aircraft?

  • But didn’t they just disprove this after they created the A321, which is literally an extended version of the A320?


    And besides, why not go directly for the shorter variant with more liveries? It’s been over 2.5 years since they released the 787-10 and we don’t have the 787-9 or 787-8. Who knows if/when we’ll ever get the shorter variants.

    Well, to answer to your question.

    It really depends on what Dev's think. If they think it's the right time to make a35k now, then cut the fuselage to a350-900.

    Btw, what's the point if they either make a35k or a359? You are gonna anyways fly a Airbus a350 which, neither of other sims gave us, a proper one to fly. (Except, x plane with their FF with medium systems).

    Only difference I spot on is, that the 350-1000 and 900 having gear, fuselage length and weight difference.. otherwise it's all the same. I don't see any differences in them.

    To use a logic why do you care more about the airlines at first? Let them add the aircraft which we can fly with details at first. Then let them in the future updates add airlines as, they’re adding for the 777-300er recently.

    Joshua a___

    Edited 3 times, last by BoeingIFY_8: Missing words. (June 20, 2024 at 8:20 AM).

  • Well, to answer to your question.

    It really depends on what Dev's think. If they think it's the right time to make a35k now, then cut the fuselage to a350-900.

    Btw, what's the point if they either make a35k or a359? You are gonna anyways fly a Airbus a350 which, neither of other sims gave us, a proper one to fly. (Except, x plane with their FF with medium systems).

    Only difference I spot on is, that the 350-1000 and 900 having gear, fuselage length and weight difference.. otherwise it's all the same. I don't see any differences in them.

    To use a logic why do you care more about the airlines at first? Let them add the aircraft which we can fly with details at first. Then let them in the future updates add airlines as, they’re adding for the 777-300er recently.

    Some of us care about realism and the variety of airlines. If the A350-1000 is added, that only allows for around 8 existing liveries, most of which can already be found on the 777-300ER in Aerofly.


    If the A350-900 is added, that allows for around 30 existing liveries.


    You can’t compare it with adding liveries onto the 777-300ER because that has so many more airlines compared to the A350-1000.

  • Post by MarceloSantos (June 20, 2024 at 2:57 PM).

    This post was deleted by the author themselves: Um engano (June 20, 2024 at 3:35 PM).
  • Guys, do you play Aerofly for the liveries? Or maybe for the sake of realism and high-quality detail?

    Liveries are a very important part. If only the A350-1000 comes, we will be limited to a small number of companies and, consequently, routes (or do you consider flying with any livery on any route to be realistic? Hahah. It would be shameful to see a British A350-1000 flying from Istanbul to Hong Kong and believe me, there are a lot of crazy people who do this kind of thing). If only one variant comes, I hope it will be the A350-900. If both come, great!

  • I agree with the focus on realism. Nevertheless, isn't it fantastic that we will have another aircraft to explore globally? Whether it's the -900 or the -1000, the developers are clearly dedicated to making this simulator exceptional.

    I understand that everyone wants to fly their favorite livery. However, let's remember that this is a mobile flight simulator. What is being offered here surpasses anything I could have imagined 10 years ago.

    Moreover, other teams seem to be working on additional improvements. It's going to be great!

  • I agree with the focus on realism. Nevertheless, isn't it fantastic that we will have another aircraft to explore globally? Whether it's the -900 or the -1000, the developers are clearly dedicated to making this simulator exceptional.

    I understand that everyone wants to fly their favorite livery. However, let's remember that this is a mobile flight simulator. What is being offered here surpasses anything I could have imagined 10 years ago.

    Moreover, other teams seem to be working on additional improvements. It's going to be great!

    Yes, getting both -900 and -1000 will be great! But that doesn't change the fact that the experience with the -1000 will be limited for those who REALLY seek realism by only doing real flights.
    I can even use the MAX 9 itself as an example, which despite having many units in the Americas operating for United, Alaska, Aeromexico and Copa, in the rest of the world there are few companies and few routes that use it. If it were the MAX 8, WOW, we would have wonderful possibilities all over the globe.
    Yes, I am very grateful for the very high level of quality that IPACS delivers, for a very good price, by the way. But a forum exists precisely for this, to debate ideas, express our wishes, evaluate, and of course, strengthen the community.

  • We should take the time to thank the IPACS team for creating this simulator for us as it is by far the best flight simulator on mobile they always try to keep us happy and work on new things we should show them some appreciation they try to keep the prices as affordable as possible too and whatever version of the a350 will come it will come with fantastic realism and details

  • If making aircraft is so easy, you should send your CV to IPACs. You could accelerate developments, maybe even create live weather 😃

    Wow, it's really funny that you can't understand it

    Oh, I forgot. It seems you really don't understand. Due to the presence of 787-10 and 737-900er, manufacturing 787-9 and 737-800 is much simpler than you imagine

    😂👉

  • Wow, it's really funny that you can't understand it

    Oh, I forgot. It seems you really don't understand. Due to the presence of 787-10 and 737-900er, manufacturing 787-9 and 737-800 is much simpler than you imagine

    😂👉

    Understood and apologies.

    I think it’s just so funny that Ipacs releases a teaser and ppl are going nuts instead of being happy on current developments. Sad to see

  • Liveries are part of realism

    It is, but it isn't as our first aim. The first aim in realism is about learning to fly the aircraft. Then, comes the part of which airline you want to fly. Even in real life pilot, the pilot matters on what he/she learns from an aircraft than what Airlines they fly. That realism comes secondary for any pilot's who fly.

    Joshua a___

  • Some of us care about realism and the variety of airlines. If the A350-1000 is added, that only allows for around 8 existing liveries, most of which can already be found on the 777-300ER in Aerofly.


    If the A350-900 is added, that allows for around 30 existing liveries.


    You can’t compare it with adding liveries onto the 777-300ER because that has so many more airlines compared to the A350-1000.

    That some of us is minority. Again as I said, its Dev's choice. If they at major thing this time, a350-900 is the right time to be added then yes, they will first add a350-900. If not, they will add a350-1000

    To my honest opinion, a350-1000 deserves to be added at first because, it's different in its handling than its small brother 359 (Ikr typically similar to a330 in handlings)

    Joshua a___