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    AH Caravelle: whatever happened to that?

    If I recall correctly Aeroplane Heaven was working on a Caravelle (I believe for Just Flight) but there doesn't seem to be any trace of it either on AH or JF's pages. Anyone have any idea what happened to that? I was quite looking forward to it, it was one of the reasons I got P3D v5 in the first place.

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    Be warned, questions of this kind are not always welcome.

    Still on P3d and probably for long time.

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    Hate to say it but it will probably go the way of the JF F28 for P3D - quietely dropped and no more, with the promise of great things to come in MSFS - one day! It is not a stampede for the exits on the contrary it is where the only growing viable market is at the moment (or so they think). My scepticism knows no bound.

    P3D is where I will be for a long time too! So will P3D. Besides I am not going to buy an X-box!

    Who knows some enterprising amateur(s) may build one out of FSX/MS2004 spare parts for P3D out of the older models around - after all the real aircraft's cockpit section is a direct copy or graft on of the original DH Comet so a merge etc should not be that difficult - as for the rest maybe or maybe not! There were two really good Caravelles by the AFG Group for 2004 and FSX but they do not port into P3Dv4 on due to no internal models. They along with the well done Dassault Mystere are now history alas.

    The Caravelle was a beautiful aeroplane! UTA operated one from New Caledonia to Sydney and other ports in the Pacific for years!
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    Indeed yes, MSFS is the money pit for devs at this point in time.
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