If you're talking virtual, then I'd say a PMDG 737NGX . But in the real world, I have no idea. Maybe a Phenom 100
CPU: I7 2600K @ 4.7 ghz, GPU and CPU water cooled
GPU: EVGA GTX 680 OC
MEM: Gskill Rippjaw 1600 12800
MB: Asus P8P67 Pro V3.1
Give me a PA18 Supercub any day of the week!
DHC8 First Officer
Aircaft Maintenance Engineer
Dornier Do228. But only the "old generation", because it's more fun flying with an old one than "flying" with new systems etc.
Now get me a glider.
I would the butiful concorde.
Latest model Pilatus PC-12: Enough seats for my closest friends, a flushing lavatory, very long range for a single engine (2,300 miles), fast (300+ kts.), high flier (30,000 ft.), short field/take it anywhere capability, economical, single pilot certified, and is fun to fly without any hassles.
If it doesn't have a prop, it's not a real airplane!
Cessna172sp pre G1000 Although I used the G1000 alot I used the Pre G1000 too and now fly an all steam gauge machine and just use to the steam guages. My wife trained on a 172N. Yea 172 preferably an R through pre G1000 SP to get the fuel injection and do away with the damn carb heat.
It would be an A321
I realize this thread started 6 years ago. However, since people are still responding and I also realize money is no object for this decision, I would opt for a 787 Dreamliner VIP version:
1. Actual Boeing 787 Business Model on display:
2. For further customization, I may out-source from Lufthansa Technic:
All of you guys with Pilatus and Cessna etc...(and your friends)...are most cordially welcome......
Last edited by simmerdr; 09-25-2012 at 11:04 PM.