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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby merspieler » Sun Jul 12, 2020 12:02 am

Only those who read carefully, will discover the secret ;-)
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby merspieler » Sun Jul 12, 2020 11:56 am

Marsdolphin: please check your pm inbox
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby NicolasGomes » Mon Jul 13, 2020 5:20 pm

resolved topic?
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby NicolasGomes » Mon Jul 13, 2020 5:30 pm

I posted the pictures of the paintings, to assist and to remember which paintings are from the A350-1000. I tried to help, because I don't know anything about programming, 3D Modeling, I just wanted to help a little, because I know this is not easy , and also fly the A350-1000 on Flightgear and the A330-900 (NEO). I don't care if it will take too long, but if you say it will but it will take, I will be very happy, If you do the A350- 1000 and A330-900, I will be very anxious and many people too, the A330-900 has paintings by TAP, BLUE, AirAsiaX, GarudaAirliners.
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby merspieler » Mon Jul 13, 2020 6:25 pm

Get it kid, a paintjob doesn't make a good aircraft...

Its systems and flight dynamics do.
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby Octal450 » Mon Jul 13, 2020 11:46 pm

I will be very happy, If you do the A350- 1000 and A330-900

I will be very happy, if after 5 pages you stop asking that, and instead either learn and contribute yourself, or wait until someone decides to.

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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby Johan G » Tue Jul 14, 2020 11:25 am

@NicolasGomes:
Octal450 wrote in Mon Jul 13, 2020 11:46 pm:[...] learn and contribute yourself [...]

Note that each and everyone here who make aircraft for FlightGear have started from scratch, not knowing how to do it. In other words, exactly from where you are now, so... :wink:
D-ECHO wrote in Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:45 pm:this wiki article should give you a good introduction: http://wiki.flightgear.org/Howto:Make_an_aircraft


If you look at the whole aircraft with all 3D modeling, FDM, systems etc. at once it will seem like an insurmountable task, like now. :wink:

Take in in in smaller chunks:

  1. First learn enough to see where the aircraft are (I guess you are already here),
  2. then enough to understand the more common file structures and what the more important files do,
  3. then get more familiar with what happens in each file (some are more difficult to understand than other),
  4. then expand from there.

When you start to get a hang of what goes where you can tinker on an existing aircraft and borrow things to a simplified (and ugly) prototype. Remember: Perfection is the enemy of productivity.

It will take a bit of time to get there (several day to a couple of weeks, depending on how much time you have available). Also, people work on the aircraft they are most interested in, on what is left of their spare time. They are not willing to spend their time on doing the work for you, but would very likely be willing to help you out if they see that you are doing the larger part and are making an effort to learn along the way.
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby NicolasGomes » Wed Jul 15, 2020 5:53 pm

I want to discover the Surprise
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby merspieler » Wed Jul 15, 2020 5:59 pm

Then read my last posts carefully... then you'll discover the path
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby Marsdolphin » Sun Jul 19, 2020 12:22 pm

merspieler wrote in Sun Jul 12, 2020 11:56 am:Marsdolphin: please check your pm inbox

Roger, replied
"When everything seems to be against you, remember that the planes always takeoff into the wind".

Have fun flying!
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby NicolasGomes » Thu Sep 10, 2020 5:47 pm

When the Airbus A350-1000 and Airbus A330neo will be ready for flightgear, they were not launched in 2019/2020 to take so long. I just wanted to know this, because I am looking forward to flying them.
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby merspieler » Thu Sep 10, 2020 5:52 pm

They will be ready in maybe 5 years.............................................
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby NicolasGomes » Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:17 pm

:( The Airbus A350-1000, made its first flight in 2016, so in 2021 can it be ready in flightgear? or 2022/2023?
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby Knüppelrührer » Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:28 pm

If that bothers you...what about flying the A320 to achieve all the skills needed for mastering Airbus-logic? Then you are prepared for an easy transition to the A350.

There is nether a NEED to fly a specific airplane unless using FGFS for real flying training purposes.
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Re: Airbus A350-1000 development request

Postby CaptB » Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:52 pm

NicolasGomes wrote in Mon Sep 14, 2020 6:17 pm::( The Airbus A350-1000, made its first flight in 2016, so in 2021 can it be ready in flightgear? or 2022/2023?


The speed of development of an aircraft is directly proportional to the number of people willing to work on it.
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