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Post by DaveB » 25 Sep 2005, 16:02

Hi Guy's and welcome to the Classic non-British Freeware Forum.

After some deliberation, it has been decided to open an area on CBFS dedicated to 'Classic' non-British flightsim aircraft. In doing so, we hope to keep the main CBFS area pure to Classic British Flightsim leaving this area to cover all other freeware Classic's.. the emphasis being 'Classic' and 'Freeware'. Non-Brit payware can be dealt with as normal on the Payware Forum.

Please enjoy your new forum and follow the few guidelines listed above. :wink:

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Post by DelP » 25 Sep 2005, 19:45

I'm shocked :shock:

Good move...

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Post by Angus » 26 Sep 2005, 18:31

Good idea. Perfect place for discussion of some of the brilliant classic freeware Russian aircraft that are around. I take it A***** and B***** are still banned even here though? :grin:
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Post by andy » 26 Sep 2005, 18:41

Tonks wrote:Can't see anything wrong with the old stuff... but this is not realy a place for an A380 :-?

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It probably wouldn't fit on the page anyway.............. :shock: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Angus » 27 Sep 2005, 16:45

Tonks wrote:Can't see anything wrong with the old stuff... but this is not realy a place for an A380 :-?

Tonks 8)
I quite agree. I was meaning are discussion of aircraft such as the A300/310 which are getting on for "classics" (in age at least) acceptable here?
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Post by Angus » 27 Sep 2005, 19:02

OK that's fine, just wanted to know where I stood as it were. Thanks for clarifying.
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Post by gwsimulations » 17 Oct 2005, 19:45

Does Concorde count as British or Non-British?

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Post by TobyV » 17 Oct 2005, 20:00

I think thats British enough :grin: :lol: !

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Post by TSR2 » 17 Oct 2005, 21:02

Most definately British
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Post by mulletman » 17 Oct 2005, 22:00

just put in both, its worth it.

(of course you could always call it concorde here and concord anywhere else! :wink: )
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