Airbus A330-800/900neo

yes, but it can change a lot until the final product

this wing tip has a confusing shape, depending on the angle you look at it has a very strange shape, but it’s pretty anyway

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I saw check the internet for Google information about Airbus A330-900neo order for Iran Air very sad did not buy the new A330-900neo has been cancelled a sanction the U.S. and France what did say the President last in May 2018.

You gotta consider the angles and the wingflex tho

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Do you expect to add the model - 800neo guys? 🙂

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If they were to add both the A338neo and the A339neo, this topic would have already been closed

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I hope you are wrong

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Hey, that looks pretty convincing!

I wouldn’t say pretty.

I don’t since 1) the -800 has very few operators and 2) they don’t have plans to add the -200

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A330F have just 3 liveries in infinite flight so It is not excluded to add the A338

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But… that was 2013, not 2021

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Don’t kill the fun, bro 😒

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Freighter versus passenger aircraft?


Weight is completely different, meaning longer times on rework.

The A339 is about the exact same as the A333, length, height, weight. Just a longer wingspan and different wingtips, along with newer more fuel efficient engines. Plus, the liveries that were removed from the A333 will most likely come on the A339, because those operates either have the NEO on order or already operate that aircraft.

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Need I direct you to the Staff’s response.

In terms of 3D modelling and the detail it has to be done in, with all the indentations, the rework would obviously be more difficult, because it is not as easy as just shrinking the fuselage. 3D modelling ain’t that easy. It gets even worse with modelling the freighter’s fuselage; it just isn’t feasible to match that with the timeliness of adding the NEO.

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Valid point - I’d argue differently because of the presence of the 777F and MD-11F but understand the frustration of those that want more cargo options!

Not valid - as stated by the developers, the A339 is a treat for the community because it needs only a couple additional weeks of development due to cosmetic differences on the wingtips and the engines. Think about how those are one of the easiest things to change in-game. Different engine types and winglets are present on Airbus aircraft in Infinite Flight to begin with.

The A332 on the other hand has a different fuselage length, a different tail height, different handling and physics, etc. It’s a different aircraft in multiple respects and as a result much more work :)

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I’m not trying to speculate, but do you think it’s a few more weeks until the A33Neo is complete or more or less.

I would estimate between now and when protons begin decaying. In other words, I have no clue.

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I think doing the A340-300 would be easier to do compared to doing the A330-200.

hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
might be in the next update like in decemmber maybe
i think thats when protons decay

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still WIP, but this arm that holds the engine looks different

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