The A320 V2.1

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Ghostmaster » 06 Jun 2011, 12:44

Matt Tank wrote:*Cough* Wilco...and they'll have something wrong with em

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by richiemo » 06 Jun 2011, 20:07

Guys. Great news. Small suggestion. I love the double blinking strobes but is there anyway to make them blink a little faster, like a true strobe. Currently on the 321 they are just like a light going on and off quickly. They lack that real quick strobe effect. If at all possible.....

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Ghostmaster » 07 Jun 2011, 09:20

GaryG wrote:
Ghostmaster wrote:I wonder,who gonna be the first modeling the sharklet.
Competition and pioneering is NOT PA's goal. Such comments won't affect any members. PA lacks that kind of competitive environment. We compare with our best not with other's best.

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I'm just wonder not asking. :D

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Kurosaki » 09 Jun 2011, 00:38

Wonderful news. Question: will the VC models (cfmc7, cfme3 and iaeb2 for example) be getting this upgrade? Perhaps I'm thinking of the 2002 VC models...Sorry I haven't followed the versions so well.

Anywise, love your work and thanks for sharing the news!

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by esg » 09 Jun 2011, 00:53

The v2 A320 didn't come with a VC

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Kurosaki » 09 Jun 2011, 02:57

Ok, thats right. Thanks for the info. Sounds like a great project!

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Ghostmaster » 09 Jun 2011, 08:44

I hope the fsx mdl will been updated too because i want to merge it with default A321 VC..

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by esg » 09 Jun 2011, 20:54

Ghostmaster wrote:I hope the fsx mdl will been updated too because i want to merge it with default A321 VC..
It will be.


A couple of Air Canada...

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by sknepper » 09 Jun 2011, 21:23

Air Canada seems to be a great paint for any Airbus. Nice work esg!

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Billster8724 » 10 Jun 2011, 01:56

Cant leave ACA out :P. Looking good!

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Steve » 10 Jun 2011, 01:58

That paint scheme looks good on any airframe.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by VX320 » 10 Jun 2011, 05:10

I disappear for a long while and decide to come back to check on the pairbus forums and see something I've veen wanting for the LONGEST TIME!! OMG! Thank you guys! Seriously.....this is a dream come true. A320 update....ahhhh I still can't believe it. Idk if im more shocked about this or the 321

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by inbetween » 13 Jun 2011, 18:58

Looking very smart, good luck guys, can't wait for the end result.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by sknepper » 13 Jun 2011, 20:20

And with it having all the various new "tricks" of the A321 including the wonderful fanblade animations, xml effects and nose. Wow! Exciting stuff :D. Good on all of the PA team :)

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by transavia » 14 Jun 2011, 16:58

When is it downloadable? I can't wait. :P

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by sknepper » 14 Jun 2011, 20:23

This little beauty will be well worth waiting for. Hopefully my collection of repaints of the older one will still work, and without the "at the time" creative exhaust effects :) .

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Alliano Ricot » 15 Jun 2011, 01:27

Im really glad to see this aircarft now I can Retired the overland model cause I being on the fence. This and all the Aerosoft sencery I have make for happy flying thank you PA now a A330-200/300 will make the world ending All but great.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by gregc320 » 17 Jun 2011, 09:45

Is the model actually complete and yer doing liveries now or whats the story on it?

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Ghostmaster » 18 Jun 2011, 11:14

It's worth to wait than none.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by hely1992 » 20 Jun 2011, 14:16

Really can't wait!
By the way , Will there be a FSX version eventually?

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Ghostmaster » 21 Jun 2011, 11:27

hely1992 wrote:Really can't wait!
By the way , Will there be a FSX version eventually?
I think yes.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Srilanka » 21 Jun 2011, 12:03

Well i dont think there would be a FSX version, or its currently not confirmed!

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by esg » 21 Jun 2011, 12:05

Can nobody bloody read?

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Ghostmaster » 21 Jun 2011, 14:06

Srilanka wrote:Well i dont think there would be a FSX version, or its currently not confirmed!
esg wrote:
Ghostmaster wrote:I hope the fsx mdl will been updated too because i want to merge it with default A321 VC..
It will be.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by donaldd » 21 Jun 2011, 21:27

As others were saying, I think a separate model with sharklets would be a great idea. Airlines all over the world are making announcements they are ordering A320neo's and retrofitting their existing A320 family aircraft aircraft with sharklets. Most recently, jetBlue announced orders for A320neo aircraft, A321 aircraft w/ sharklets, and a retrofit of sharklets to all their existing A320 aircraft. In conclusion, you guys should really think about making a model with sharklets.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by sknepper » 21 Jun 2011, 21:41

donaldd wrote:As others were saying, I think a separate model with sharklets would be a great idea. Airlines all over the world are making announcements they are ordering A320neo's and retrofitting their existing A320 family aircraft aircraft with sharklets. Most recently, jetBlue announced orders for A320neo aircraft, A321 aircraft w/ sharklets, and a retrofit of sharklets to all their existing A320 aircraft. In conclusion, you guys should really think about making a model with sharklets.
And Virgin America placed an order of A320neo's with sharklets

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by donaldd » 21 Jun 2011, 22:02

sknepper wrote:
donaldd wrote:As others were saying, I think a separate model with sharklets would be a great idea. Airlines all over the world are making announcements they are ordering A320neo's and retrofitting their existing A320 family aircraft aircraft with sharklets. Most recently, jetBlue announced orders for A320neo aircraft, A321 aircraft w/ sharklets, and a retrofit of sharklets to all their existing A320 aircraft. In conclusion, you guys should really think about making a model with sharklets.
And Virgin America placed an order of A320neo's with sharklets
Exactly!

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by esg » 21 Jun 2011, 22:08

We don't know what the sharklets will look like.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by robopirate » 22 Jun 2011, 05:52

Awesome work! Just one question though: Is there a reason for not adding wipers to the exterior model?

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Tavers » 23 Jun 2011, 06:39

Neither the Neo, or Sharklets are out on real aircraft in service.. that's why they're not going to be included.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by donaldd » 23 Jun 2011, 15:47

esg wrote:We don't know what the sharklets will look like.
Tavers wrote:Neither the Neo, or Sharklets are out on real aircraft in service.. that's why they're not going to be included.
There are hundreds of legitimate pictures by Airbus and on Airlines.net of sharklets on A320 test aircraft. A prime example right here, that we will know what they look like, nice and close up (http://bit.ly/iLzunc). You can't just say we don't know what they will look like. F-WWBA was the test aircraft registration and there are pictures of this aircraft with the sharklets (http://bit.ly/k3zjKl). Airbus is advertising exactly what they will look like on their website (http://bit.ly/jd5JB8). Over the past few days, at the Paris - Le Bourget Air Show, many airlines placed orders for retro fit of sharklets on there A320's (jetBlue and Air Asia are a few for example). There have been no specs on the A320NEO so I would understand that but the sharklets, there are enough photos and specs of what they are and what they will look like for you guys to add it to the PAirbus A320 v2.1. Just sharing my little opinion. .

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by esg » 23 Jun 2011, 16:21

donaldd wrote:F-WWBA was the test aircraft registration and there are pictures of this aircraft with the sharklets (http://bit.ly/k3zjKl).
Several designs were tested, and Airbus settled with Korean Air Aerospace's; if the remark there is to be believed, those are the Aviation Partner Int'l sharklets. Furthermore, even if there are photos of the KAA sharklets out there, we can't be certain they won't be revised before they're introduced.
donaldd wrote:Airbus is advertising exactly what they will look like on their website (http://bit.ly/jd5JB8).
Do you honestly expect us to work from a poor angle, low res commercial render?


Now, if Airbus would share with us their CAD drawings, we'd be more than happy to include them—till then...

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Adriano1243 » 23 Jun 2011, 22:04

esg wrote:
donaldd wrote: Now, if Airbus would share with us their CAD drawings, we'd be more than happy to include them—till then...

That is usefull?

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Tavers » 23 Jun 2011, 22:09

donaldd wrote:
esg wrote:We don't know what the sharklets will look like.
Tavers wrote:Neither the Neo, or Sharklets are out on real aircraft in service.. that's why they're not going to be included.
There are hundreds of legitimate pictures by Airbus and on Airlines.net of sharklets on A320 test aircraft. A prime example right here, that we will know what they look like, nice and close up (http://bit.ly/iLzunc). You can't just say we don't know what they will look like. F-WWBA was the test aircraft registration and there are pictures of this aircraft with the sharklets (http://bit.ly/k3zjKl). Airbus is advertising exactly what they will look like on their website (http://bit.ly/jd5JB8). Over the past few days, at the Paris - Le Bourget Air Show, many airlines placed orders for retro fit of sharklets on there A320's (jetBlue and Air Asia are a few for example). There have been no specs on the A320NEO so I would understand that but the sharklets, there are enough photos and specs of what they are and what they will look like for you guys to add it to the PAirbus A320 v2.1. Just sharing my little opinion. .
I said in service.. test aircraft don't count. The real version may be adapted before being put into operation.. at any rate, the v2.1 will not have them....

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by EB1515 » 24 Jun 2011, 08:08

The sharklets are ugly! :D
At the moment, Thomas Ruth has the model to convert it to FSX ;)

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by jpr55 » 30 Jun 2011, 03:55

When are we expecting this great new project? Very excited!

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Ghostmaster » 30 Jun 2011, 07:14

"Soon"
;)

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by luciopin » 08 Jul 2011, 09:56

where i can donwload A320 v2.1 ?
Thanks
Lucio

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by j4cko56 » 08 Jul 2011, 10:49

Did you really just ask that?

Jack

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by iSamage » 08 Jul 2011, 15:39

luciopin wrote:where i can donwload A320 v2.1 ?
Thanks
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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by sknepper » 08 Jul 2011, 22:00

luciopin wrote:where i can donwload A320 v2.1 ?
Thanks
Lucio
Patience is a virtue, please have it if you can. The production and testing of a model is very time consuming for people who do it in their precious free time. That's freeware for you!

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Ghostmaster » 09 Jul 2011, 03:07

luciopin wrote:where i can donwload A320 v2.1 ?
Thanks
Lucio
Kindly funny though,its not release yet bro. :mrgreen:

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by gregc320 » 09 Jul 2011, 19:08

So guys, any new so this bird?

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by esg » 09 Jul 2011, 19:14

We've not done the FSX models yet

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by Ghostmaster » 10 Jul 2011, 05:56

Cool. FSX is the one that i waiting for. Thanks ESG.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by iSamage » 10 Jul 2011, 15:14

esg wrote:We've not done the FSX models yet
Will the FSX Models see a release after the FS9 Models? Or will you release them both at the same time? :)

Sam

Edit: I just remembered you didn't actually promise an FSX Model :oops: The question is still valid? :?

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by esg » 10 Jul 2011, 15:42

Same time

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by ReneM. » 12 Jul 2011, 20:37

It looks amazing!! I'm speechless. What you made in the last years. A380, A321, and then an update for the A320 is really nice.

Sorry if I didn't understand yet, but will there be a brandnew Paintkit for the PA A320 V2.1 or just can we use the already existing Paintkit?

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by EB1515 » 13 Jul 2011, 12:03

The old.

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Re: The A320 V2.1

Post by united319 » 14 Jul 2011, 04:50

Can't wait!!!

Any chance of you guys updating the Flaps/Slats assignments. When i'm on a real A320 I notice that they are at a different angle and they seem to stick out a little farther. Also was wondering if you have any plans on adding improved landing lights/wing lights/beacon light splash positions? When i'm flying on one for real at night I notice the beacon lights flash towards the end of the wings not the inside of them.

Your products have always been superior and definitely are the most commonly flown aircraft in my library. Kudos to you guys for your attention to detail with modeling combined with your superb textures and animations.

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