C152 Trainer-- very good Cessna 310-- very good Cessna Caravan-- latest buy very good Airbus Fleet-- (old version) not bad textures a little weird but fly well Wings of Power--heavy bombers RAF USAF German AF Very very good realistic Spitfire--Just Flight Also very good realistic Flying Club--very very good realistic 2005 Traffic---very good Level-D 767 MAAM-Sim DC3-- Really really good love flying this one
hoping to get:-- PBY-5 Catalina Tiger moth Vulcan King Air B200
Won't be getting as HJG 707 IS so Superior to these, 707 Professional Legendary 707 by Captain Sim
A lot of Freeware Aircraft are far Superior to Payware thats why I have over 250 aircraft and thats not including textures I have at least got 3/4 of HJG 707 Aircraft with numerous textures.
Forgot to add that I use FS9 as PC is too slow for FSX Don't like water features anyway seem to slide under scenery like a conveyor belt Regards Bob
The best payware I have ever purchased was the Flight 1/ DreamFleet 727 'WhisperJet'. In second place comes Level D's Boeing 767-300ER. For the most part I tend to get bored with programming the FMC and going on a long sleepy flight on the 767. DreamFleet's 727 on the other hand is more challenging in respect to hands on flying using the 1960's and 70's type navigational equipment. I guess this is also what has drawn me to the HJG site and I am extremely impressed with the care and exactness that has been put into each and every model. HJG is truly the greatest not only when it comes to freeware or conditionware, but meets or surpasses most payware standards! The Feelthere Wilco Fleet CRJ 2004 program I purchased looked great in the advertisements, but disappointed me immensely when I got it. It was not worth the money I spent for it. That's for sure. Thanks you HJG for your great work.
Post by aerofoto - HJG Admin on Aug 9, 2007 22:11:10 GMT
There was an FS2000 based B757 sim released or marketed by "PHEONIX SIMULATION SOFTWARE" (in association with "JUST FLIGHT") .... but .... God only knows who else might have repackaged the same product under licence.
I don't make many mistakes with the few FS payware purchases I make .... but .... "PHEONIX 757-200" was certainly one of them
I have a fair amount of payware, although a fair amount is now in 'mothballs' (yes, I have the CS 707 as well, but no longer use it as the HJG stuff is so good, ditto the Aerosim DC-8s). However, some of the real gems, imo, are:
The MAAM C-47 (oh, and their B-25), when I can paint even half as well as His Madgesty I'll attempt the RAE scheme for ZA947!
The Plane Design Lancasters, and their wonderful Spitfire XVI
The Real Air Spitfire, and the Real Air SF-260.
The PMDG 737!
I could go on (I usually do ), but those are usually the first on to my system if I ever have to do a re-install.
I have been flying this recently, its about a year old now and definately THE PA-32 model to have for FS9. It is the Flight1/AOPA PA-32 Cherokee 6XT available from the AOPA website on purchase of a years' subscription. Well worth it!!