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    Hi Loki.
    I like the theoretical description but I hope that they are able to implement it in the real / simulated aircraft. Many times the implementation cannot keep up with the theory, due to many facts, most likely the throughput of the systems used.
    If they cannot get a smooth, fluid sensation, all the theory is not likely to help.
    I hope they can get it done. I am looking forward to it.

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    Hello all,
    I need help, looking to purchase msfs2020, but dont have the funs for the ultimate deluxe, if i get the standard version, does if come with all airports? thanks all....


    Jax

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    The standard edition has almost all airports in he world. What the other editions offer are select hand crafted airports with enhanced scenery, plus additional aircraft!
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    Exactly, I went with the mid-price Deluxe because as a Chicago resident I wanted the fancier version of O'Hare Airport. Though I still wish they would have ignored realism and included my beloved (now defunct) Meigs Field on the lakefront.
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    Default Meigs is back!!!

    Goto https://flightsim.to/file/4444/kcgx-meigs-field and download it... You'll love it!




    Quote Originally Posted by chicagorandy View Post
    Exactly, I went with the mid-price Deluxe because as a Chicago resident I wanted the fancier version of O'Hare Airport. Though I still wish they would have ignored realism and included my beloved (now defunct) Meigs Field on the lakefront.
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    Thanks for the link - just downloaded it and will fire up MSFS to give it a look-see.
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    OK, I admit it, I was grinning like a school kid when I jumped into my C152, took off from Midway and headed East. When the Meigs POI flag appeared a little over 5nm out I was filled with anticipatory delight, landed at Meigs landed and taxied over to the little terminal building and at once realized all was again well with the world.

    Mega-thanks to ichankal for the creation and even more thanks for the free download.
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    Isn't it amazing what it takes to fix the world, at least our version!
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