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SBGR2017 FS9 and TNCA 2017 FS9 RELEASED! Time to say goodbye FS9?
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Hello everyone,

The month that TropicalSim celebrate it's 15th anniversary could also mark the end of an era. Recently released products TNCA 2017 and SBGR 2017 is now available for FS9 in what could be our final two FS9 release. It was a great simulator, but the old dog is tired and is deserving of a rest. We really really hope that those users still with FS9 and not ready for the leap to P3Dv4 yet, will consider bumping up to FSX.

Aruba:
http://secure.simmarket.com/tropicalsim-...2004.phtml

São Paulo Guarulhos:
http://secure.simmarket.com/tropicalsim-...2004.phtml

Best Regards,

Leandro Machado
http://www.TropicalSim.com
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#2
That's shame. You make excellent FS9 sceneries. If you keep making them I will keep buying.

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Regards

Ed
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#3
Me too. Purchased Aruba.
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(10-06-2017, 03:34 PM)edetroit link Wrote: That's shame. You make excellent FS9 sceneries. If you keep making them I will keep buying.

Regards Ed

I couldn't agree more. 

Greg
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#5
Yes I couldn't agree more. I still use FS9 on a daily basis. Tropicalsim has provided quality sceneries for a while. I also Purchased SBGR and TNCA 2017 + TAPA when it  was released! Extremely impressed! Sales according to simmarket for both new products where number 1 in their respective categories. This means FS9 is still alive!

Hope TropicalSim can keep FS9 sceneries coming!

Thanks
Nadeem
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(10-09-2017, 12:22 AM)captzjo link Wrote: Yes I couldn't agree more. I still use FS9 on a daily basis. Tropicalsim has provided quality sceneries for a while. I also Purchased SBGR and TNCA 2017 + TAPA when it  was released! Extremely impressed! Sales according to simmarket for both new products where number 1 in their respective categories. This means FS9 is still alive!

Hope TropicalSim can keep FS9 sceneries coming!

Thanks
Nadeem

Hi,

Unfortunately that is not the case. It's pretty much a given that a new FS9 product would lead an FS9-only product category when all other releases are several years old. FS9 is a goner  Sad

Best Regards,

Leandro Machado
http://www.TropicalSim.com
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