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Thread: Are we done with new Aircraft for FS9

  1. #11
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    Sep 2005
    Halifax, West Yorkshire, UK


    Good grief Robin, what rotten luck - I hope the beta testing takes your mind off all that for a while at least. Very best wishes for a swift recovery - they can work miracles with prosthetics these days!
    Tim Wright "The older I get, the better I was..."
    Xbox Series X, Gigabyte Aorus GA-Z270X-Gaming 7, Intel i5-7600k 3.80GHz, NZXT X62 Kraken, 32Gb Corsair DDR4 3000, 2x 2TB Samsung Hybrid SSD's, LG DVDRW, NVidia RTX2060 6Gb, Logitech Yoke System, CH Pro Pedals, Acer K272HL 27", Win 10 Pro x64

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Greensburg PA


    Oh WOW So sorry to hear all of that. I hope for a speedy recovery for you and you get back to doing your favorite pastime.

    Don R

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Mar 2005


    Yes terrible news, Robin!
    And like the others, we hope for a speedy recovery.

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Cape Town


    Thanks, guys, for your thoughts. I was supposed to go to theater today, however time was against us, so probably Wednesday or Thursday.
    It is quite an emotional thing but it's time I get my life back.
    A new journey for me.
    Cape Town, South Africa

  5. #15
    Join Date
    May 2010
    near Hamburg, Germany


    Hi Robin,

    I can imagine, how glad you must be, that this wasn't the end, but instead a new birth. I wish you all the power you need, to enjoy your second life!

    All the best to you getting back on the track

  6. #16
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    Jun 2017
    South Florida


    Robin - You should be an Inspiration to all of us out there that has never come close to what you are going thru. In reading your post it sounds like you have managed to accept this catastrophic event for what it is and to somehow deal with the hopes and setbacks associated with the extensive injuries you received! My hat goes off to you my friend, hang in there, you will be thought of by all, our hopes and prayers will be with you! Wow, when we think we got it bad, comes nowhere close to what your are going thru! Take care Robin!

    Rick G

  7. #17


    Heal quickly and I wish all the best to you as you continue to recover! This is distressing to hear!
    Brigadier General Frank Savage
    918th Bomb Group "Hard Luck Group"

  8. #18


    Robin, get well soon, thanks for the post

  9. #19


    Robin, I think its safe to say that there are a LOT people between here and SOH who are pulling for you.

    Get well soon and if you get a little bored, feel free to post some pics of the new project.

    Last edited by BobSeaman; 08-11-2022 at 02:56 AM.

  10. #20
    Join Date
    Mar 2021
    Netherlands / Harkstede


    Hopefully the FS-2004 or FS-9 will remain for many years to come. I'm very satisfied. When I watch the "better" FS-2020 videos, their flights and their demos, I get the chills. The Google Earth images are beautiful but flying doesn't match the reality nearly as well as with my FS-9/2004. The planes move strangely, stop too fast, etc.. etc… Cockpit images are often missing too.

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