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Two new Southwests uploaded

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Very nice (as always), John.Lee Hetherington, PP-ASEL (KBED)

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Guest Robin.B

Looking Great, John :)

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Guest Excellence

Hi John,best SOUTHWEST repaints if have seen (flown) so far. Great work!! Although I would like to see some new liveries (e.g. Disney colours on Alaskas) on the 737NG I appreciate those improvements. Would you please paint a -600 version of the classic livery ???Always a pleasure to fly your liveries John.greetingsxaver

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I really like these repaints. Great work John! Will you please do the blue/red Southwest with winglets?


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Guest rds_mcleod

John:Have your repaints been posted in the PMDG downloads? I see none with the current date? Or, I'm missing something here? ;-)

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Looks great! Can't wait for the new Canyone Blue one you're working on, pictured above. Need one with winglets painted on both sides :) Any way for you to put the Southwest.com on the winglets for this Canyone Blue one?http://www.airliners.net/open.file/824666/L/Thanks again!


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>Thanks guys. :)>>They're in the file library. I no longer 'official' PMDG>paints. :)>>No plans on doing any 600s, sorry.>>I've been working on the new livery too :->>http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/114806.jpg>the classic liveries look fantastic john. the canyonblue is coming along nicely but as always, "canyon blue" is very hard to model. in the screenshot of yours it is a bit purple, in real life with the naked eye it is closest to the deep blue color seen at high altitude without much purple in it. nice work!

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Guest rellehenk

Really nice!Why are you not working for PMDG anymore :(

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Guest Matze2912

Hi John!When you have some time beetween your regular paints ;-) Hapag-Lloyd is getting a new livery... their first aircraft repainted is D-ATUB (witout winglets yet)See a picture here :http://www.haj-spotter.com/images/Photos_a...7.04.05_HAJ.htmWould be really cool if you would paint it ;-)Best regards,Matthias

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