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    Very nice Orhan! I really do love pic #2!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Rick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Downwind66 View Post
    Very nice Orhan! I really do love pic #2!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Rick
    My thoughts as well!

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    Orhan - It's very hard to find a freeware Airbus with the new NEO engines. Many say their uploads have it, but NOT! Last night I was going thru my hangar of aircraft, came upon a Camsim Airbus A350, and from what I see in the pics, this aircraft has to have the NEO engines? See below and you will see what I am talking about!

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    Sorry, I have not done any research on the A350's to see if they ever had the NEO engines on their aircraft! This could have been a fictional upload at one time, I can't say for sure!

    Rick

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    I do like #2 as well!
    Here is a shot from the Airbus website.
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    Great shots and the lighting is really good!

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    Well, I just googled engine types for the A350 and found that they are just extremely large engines, the Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-97 engines. Each engine capable of producing 97,000 lbs thrust!

    Okay then, now I know!

    Rick

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    Fine work Orhan.
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