AND it avoids that pesky rudder sensitivity issue! LOL
I’m not a doctor!
Ha! You should be safe, then!
Those V-tails were lawn darts for a while, and a large number of crashes involved physician-pilots on their way to a golf outing of some kind.
I’d love to see a classic airliner, like a Lockheed Tristar or a DC-10! And for GA aircrafts I still miss the good old C182 RG from some older MSFS iterations ago (it was my favourite plane to fly)!
Just about any aircraft, especially classics, but without GPS, autopilot, or automation.
Grumman G-21 Goose
Vought F4U Corsair
Lockheed P-38 Lightning
North American P-51 Mustang (Merlin)
Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey
Piaggio P-180 Avanti
Lear Fan 2100
What about a Beach Starship 2000
My top 3 are…
- Dhc-4 Caribou
- HU-16 albatros
Gliders any gliders…modern ones.
C130J. An entry level cargo jet that is less expensive than the a320 or more efficient than a CJ4. This is for OnAir. Right now the options are garbage.
Not so much the aircraft, but the developers…eg A2A, PMDG, Majestic, MilViz…that is system level product developers…they really would put the icing on the cake…well at least take it to another level.
OK Favorites…PA-28, Dash 8 Q400, 737 & 777 Family…and last but not least the venerable C172
A220 (hopefully made by FSLabs)
Though no hope for a IRL certified production, and aside from fact we have the Icon A5, like to see a well made Seawind 300 Amphibian that can run onto land or into water.
Bombardier Global 8000
DC-6, Constellation, or similar.
Study Level 172
I’ll be day one buying the A2A Aerostar 600, Aerosoft CRJ-700, and maybe the Twin Otter.
A challenge: Pipistrel Velis Electro
There was only two versions 2000 and 2000a, at least that’s all I’m aware of. There was a single prop aircraft that looked similar to the Starship not sure who made it or what is was called though. But to clarify yes the Beechcraft Starship 2000 or 2000a. Thanks for pointing this out.