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Gentlemen ,What is the best Boeing 737 related to flight dynamics for FS2004? that most close to the real one .Thanks and regardsAlberto Kunzel

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Alberto,If "close" means which one feels like its real counterpart when flying, only a 737 pilot could answer that one. If "close" means which one simulates the most systems and such, I'll have to say Wilco 737s for the classics (300-500) and PMDG for the Next Generation (600-900). For the early 200, see the Tinmouse II offered here at Avsim. Have a great holiday season.Dave Vega

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You could try the 737-287 AWEST. Its doing well.And while youre at it, try a Airbus A320-200 with Eric Marciano's excelent panel.

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>Alberto,>>If "close" means which one feels like its real counterpart>when flying, only a 737 pilot could answer that one. If>"close" means which one simulates the most systems and such,>I'll have to say Wilco 737s for the classics (300-500) and>PMDG for the Next Generation (600-900). For the early 200,>see the Tinmouse II offered here at Avsim. >>Have a great holiday season.>>Dave VegaHi Dave ,Thanks for your reply , I was trying to know the plane behavior compared with the real one ,I have been looking for any real pilot opinion , but anyway thank you very much.Merry Christmas and a Happy New YearAlberto Kunzel

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I have flown the real life counterpart of many of the FS airplanes. My experience is that none really feel like the real one. It

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I will wilco you on that. But wee are still in the sim.You are a pilot. Do me one thing. Try this aircraft out. Its real.j35 draken at flightsim.bookmark.se I'm still sweating.

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I actually had a chance to visit the flight deck of a Westjet 737-700 after I landed in Edmonton this summer.I asked alot of questions of course, then the topic came to flight simulation.Both pilots said they too fly the PMDG and love it.For the record, I also own and love the Wilco 737 and fly it just as much. I say if you can afford it, get all three (600-700, 800-900, and the wilco series).

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The Ariane 737 V3 is by far the best.The flight dynamics are the most realistic, on a par with the PMDG 747.I do own the PMDG 737 & 738 and they are both very good. But not as good as the Ariane.For a really good 2D panel, check out the Sky Decks package.

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>The Ariane 737 V3 is by far the best.>The flight dynamics are the most realistic, on a par with the>PMDG 747.>I do own the PMDG 737 & 738 and they are both very good. But>not as good as the Ariane.>I have to wonder what your qualifications to make this statement are, "Ghostrider". I've never seen that level of quality in an Ariane product. Let's just say that, based on my r/w jet transport flying and prior experience with Ariane, I don't buy what you're selling.Caveat Emptor, gentlemen.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Santiago de Chile

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Ariane and 'Best' in the same sentance? Not often you hear that...............

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I will also put in my recommendation for PMDG for NG 737's and Wilco (Feelthere) for the -300.I am too wary to try the Ariane just from what I have heard/read about them on the message boards.I heard PMDG will eventually completely remake their 737 product. Anyone know a timeline for this?

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>I heard PMDG will eventually completely remake their 737>product. Anyone know a timeline for this?release date of MD-11 + half of the production time 1st 737NG series * amount of moaners about release date / Pogo Sticks sold in 2006 = release date of the new 737 NG by PMDG :DMerry Christmas!

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I have all three, but the Ariane was soon uninstalled after trying the Feelthere model. 'nough said eh?

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I recently purchase the Wilco/Feelthere Boeing 737 package. Prior to this purchase my two major payware Boeing Aircraft packages were the Dream Fleet 727 and the Level-D 767.The weakness in the Wilco/Feelthere package is its lack of a detailed manual. Their manual will get you up and running in no time at all, but it lacks the detail found in the Dream Fleet and Level-D packages. That said, if you have the the Level-D package, the skills learned by flying that aircraft are almost 100% transferable to the Feelthere package. If you can perform an autoland with the 767, then you will have no problem in performing one with the Feelthere package.On the positive side, I truely enjoy the Feelthere Boeing. Flight plans can be imported from the FS9 engine, FSNavigator or you can hand develop your own plans. For the short period of time that I have owned the product, I have also found that the SIDS and STARS data found within its package to be a level deeper than that of the 767's.A close friend received today the the PMDG 737-800/900 CD package. I am hoping that I can get a close look at the depth and detail of that package sometime this week. Tom

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looking from a pilot POW, none...I had my 738 pilot buddy try PMDG... he said it was alright, he said the real one has alot more power... he did 1 engine take off and he told me that the 738 has alot more power on a single engine for example....

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