Correct - our PA28 Arrow and Turbo Arrow have been with MS for some time. Likewise, they are (at present) unable to provide discounts between different products. As and when the Arrow and Turbo appear on the Marketplace there will also be a bundle, but this won't be feasible with future titles (such as the Warrior).
Thanks for your response
Yes I remember the just flight aircraft with the old Microsoft 2000 flight sim but the way the graphics have changed and all programming almost unrecognisable from 20 years ago their must be a market for this.
If I may indulge a bit more it could really be a who’s who of aircraft collections!
My thinking is you are given the basic package with say half a dozen popular air show airfields and a ‘Starter pack of a Tiger Moth and AT-6 Harvard to get used to the tail dragger configuration then purchase..yes purchase additional aircraft as your competence progresses just like learning to fly the real thing.
You could then create a dedicated server for fellow members/pilots to meet up on and organise their own air shows.
A record facility would be a must so you can play back your flying from inside and outside the cockpit as well as using ‘control tower’ view like you used to be able to do.
How many times have thousands of like minded individuals been to Airshows and dreamed of flying these gorgeous aircraft.
Well if this idea was used they could get darn close!
Good to chat.
As a Zendesk admin and support lead for a software company,
Keep an eye on our SM feeds. You might be just what we're looking for.
As an aside, regarding merging of tickets, it really depends on the subject.
Customer A - submits ticket about paint textures on wings, another one about colour of propeller and a third one about incorrect seat material, for the same newly released aircraft.
Support - ascertain there is not an RTFM fix and that they're probably bugs, merge the lot and pass to developers.
Customer B - submits ticket on paint textures on wings and another one about RPM gauge going backwards and a third one about hearing sound from a multi-engine jet coming from his GA aircraft.
Support - stick first one in the 'probable bugs' pile to be fixed by devs and merge the other two for support to deal with, because they are likely to be both related to his installation or setup.
Make sense? There are no rules, really. You just have to treat each case individually. If you have a new release it is often simpler to merge all the 'possible bug' tickets from a customer than try to herd cats and treat each one as if it was coming from a different person.