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Blog update
Your answer is still valid. Smile
I'll close the poll tomorrow afternoon.

We will have a similar poll next week, same time.
The winning poster design is.. *Drumroll* ..:

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Of course, like we said this poster will be polished still and receive some retro style colours.

We will be back next Thursday with another poll for some more posters.


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Last week we voted on the design for a retro styled poster for our Kickstarter campaign. This week you can vote for a more modern style poster:

Note: the designs shown here aren't finalized. They will receive some more work and filled in with retro colours.


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And this the winning poster of this week's poster poll:

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It was a very close call with the 'blueprint poster'.
We've reached a milestone, though this one was inevitable.  Big Grin

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We're back with a new blog update:
Looking great as always and I like the videos SizzlingPopcorn are creating :-)
It seems like they're also covering your sports game. Smile
5 Days to go to Kickstarter!

Check out our Kickstarter video:

The entire team did a well done job. It's nice to see the difference and progress to the latest version.

One point I can't unterstand in the Kickstarter video. On minute 1:37 where the airliner seat configuration is shown, the menu says "Business Class 4 Rows and 24 seats at all. The airliner shows 11 rows with 4 seats in one row. Thats make 44 seats at all. Or had the seat menu nothing to do with the airliner?
CEO of Germani Airline Group
- Germani International (Boeing 787-9) based Berlin / Düsseldorf
- Germani City / European (A220-300 / A320neo / A321neo) (planned)
- Germani Holiday (A321neoLR, A330-900neo) (planned)
- Yàzhōu Airlines (A350-900 / -1000) (planned)

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