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I wonder how nice the cabin is going to be on the 744......

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I wonder how nice the cabin is going to be on this 747-400. I'm on www.airliners.net looking at 747-400 cabins. WOW! There amazing. I wish I had the money to fly like that. I just hope the cabin on the 747-400 is full from nose to tail. I swere if it is like that, PMDG is going to have me throwing money at them :) hehe. Well please just tell me what I need to expect. I saw a quote that you guys might be updating pictures this week, or next. Well thanks.Thanks,David

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Unless there is a jacuzzi, cherry wood furniture, gourmet kitchen, an art collection and bathroom with an Italian marble I will be sorely disappointed.Michael J.WinXP-Home SP2,AMD64 3500+,Abit AV8,Radeon X800Pro,36GB Raptor,1GB PC3200,Audigy 2


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No no no ;-)This is how the "cabin" of a B744 should look like... nothing fancy, just pure space ;-)http://www.airliners.net/open.file/417698/L/Cheers,Norbert - CLX001CEO Virtual Cargoluxwww.virtualcargolux.orgPS: Sorry, couldn`t resist :-) to continue to "stress the need" for a "freighter-lady" :-)

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Just give us the option to not load it with the VC. Makes a difference in FPS.


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If I remember correctly, they are only going to be modeling the top deck. Now this is a shame as it would be fantastic to stroll up and down the whole aircraft, looking out the windows over the wings and engines, but just imagine the frame-rate hit. OK they are optimising the heck out of this bird, but still, a 747 cabin is not exactly small and would kill most users' PC's, so I'm not really all that fused :-)Im looking forward to sitting in my first-class seat over looking the wing and engines, letting Joe Cat IIIB carry out a smooth auto land into EGKK :D


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>Im looking forward to sitting in my first-class seat over>looking the wing and engines, First class seats in 747 do not 'overlook' wings and engines. You have to turn your head way back to see a wing or an engine. Michael J.WinXP-Home SP2,AMD64 3500+,Abit AV8,Radeon X800Pro,36GB Raptor,1GB PC3200,Audigy 2


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>Hi Alaister.. a good portion of both decks will be modelled..>not just the top deck :)>>>Best,>>Vin Scimone>PMDG>www.precisionmanuals.com>http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/devteam.jpgI Love You! :D HA lol. This jet I swere is going to be the best. If this jet was $80 I would still buy it. I can't wait. Both decks! Oh wow. Thanks Vin Scimone! You made my day and I am so excited. I just can not wait. I can just imagine how the busniess class seats are going to look. Go to airliners.net and click on the cabins for 747-400. This one airline had little personal desks. I wish I had the money to fly in one of those. The seats on upperdeck are amazing. They bend down and recline so far. Go PMDG!Thanks for everything guys,Davidhttp://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/checkcapt.jpg

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