I’ve seen a load of requests asking for full reworks of aircraft. But here is a idea. In all of the Boeing and airbus aircraft. I did some looking though the other feature quests for the full reworks and I’ve seen that IF doesn’t need to remodel the whole aircraft body. I believe that is what takes then so long. So I think it would be better to just have a cockpit over haul. First starting with Boeing and airbus. Live cockpits are already 10x better. I’ve learn that people don’t fly planes with live cockpits as much. In fact I avoid it.
Problem is, then people will complain because it’s only a cockpit. I like the idea, but most people I think would prefer a full rework.
But you would have to wait about 5 years and I’m not joking abou 5 years for about 7 plane family reworks so I would rather have all cockpits reworked
I like the idea but wouldn’t it be good to for them to add new planes?
The A220 would be nice ;)
If I recall correctly, while some newer cockpits, like the ones on DC10/MD11 were made with the possibility of live cockpit addition later on, on older aircraft a cockpit rework might require a full rework due to development nuances.
Of course, who wants to fly a 757 with live cockpit but no wingflex? Are we mad?
No ofc not. Adding new planes would come after about 3 more reworks
That’s why is sias mostly Boeing and Airbus
I would assume A340, B757, B767, B717 and maybe others fall into the second category
Also a330 and a380
This should then in all cases go with a physics rework. The 757 could have the most awesome cockpit but no one will fly it with those physics
Why the A220? Tho lol
Im flying it rn xd
Yea lol maybe some Physics
A380 yes, A330 got updated a bit 2 years ago
so… this means reworking all the cockpits, but without live instruments? like how the devs fixed the c130 and dash 8 cockpits to match the 3d model?
But still having a gigant paper cockpit
No this means adding live Instruments
Yes I know. Quality over quantity.
in that case i’d prefer a whole top-to-bottom rework, no way i’m flying a 757 with those physics, even with a live cockpit