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Truly amazing. Can we expect the same for the FS9 version of the NG2.0? Unfortunately I think I know the answer to this, just let me know so I can start saving $$$ and finally upgrade.PS: Doing around the world flight with FedEx MD-11, I'm addicted to it :( Thank you PMDGJose

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WOW! I'll take two! Seriously, nice work. Can't wait to see the finished product.

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Look's like there were a lot of MEL stickers by the flap and fuel temp gauges,By the look of the residual glue :(! Nice work!


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This is really rather inconvenient news, perhaps someone would be kind enough to explain just how I am going to squeeze yet another fine aeroplane into my already bulging hangar. Maybe I will have to dispose of one or two of my cherished airliners (they do take up the most space) or maybe several of the smaller GA types will have to go (the PA-31 maybe). When I last looked there was at least three 747-400s in there, one -400(FS9), one -400F(FS9) and a -400(FSX). I have to admit that quite a lot of space is being taken up by a couple of C-130s that I hardly ever fly even though they are quite nice. What with the global economic crisis my finances have been getting a little stretched by keeping all my aeroplanes hangared and insured. As a result I have decided to put the 737-600 on ground risks only and will not fly it, in fact I may dispose of it altogether considering that there is a new 737 in the offing. At least I didn

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The close ups in the VC are nothing short of incredible!!!! Looks highly immersive place to spend some time! And all done under relative secrecy!!! :( Good job PMDG!!Thank You for the fantastic update!/Patrick/

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how about a "new" 747-400 with a new VC and a 2d cockpit with Wide Screen support? sorry, i couldn't resist. happy flyin, Tim Wheeler

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The VC of the JS41 is an utterly astounding piece of work.For those who want 2D panels, FSX incorporates views that can be setup to "snap" to various parts of the VC. For example in the default Cessna, if you want to view the radio stack you can right click chose 'cockpit' and then select 'Radio Stack'. Wouldn't that be fairly similar to a 2D panel? I know it's not exactly the same thing but it would at least help bridge the gap. Some developers are incorporating these "quick views" (which is what I call them) into their software. But I think you can set them up for yourself if otherwise. Just a suggestion.Great work though PMDGRhydian

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how about a "new" 747-400 with a new VC and a 2d cockpit with Wide Screen support? sorry, i couldn't resist.
dittoJeff P.

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how about a "new" 747-400 with a new VC and a 2d cockpit with Wide Screen support? sorry, i couldn't resist. happy flyin, Tim Wheeler
ditto.... :(

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Hello Good Looking Nice good luck with look perty not pretty perty.Thank YouEric Jones

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Ryan, my question was about the VC. I asked if the new technology used in creating the VC for the J41 will bring any improvement to framerates over the MD-11 and 744?

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Help! I can't see the images in the first post that everyone is drooling over! Firefox 3.latest version.Edit: Nevermind, was my internet connection. Now I proceed to lift my jaw from my desk.

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:( wow! that is amazing! i cant wait for it! now to lift my jaw off the desk and find a mop to wipe up this drool. :( :(cheers,

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Wow, that virtual cockpit looks amazing, even better than the ones in the real aircraft I've seen. But this is the first JS41 I've seen with a gray cockpit, I've only seen beige/white ones. Too bad it's FSX only :(Best regards from Colombia,Luis Miguel


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... this is the first JS41 I've seen with a gray cockpit, I've only seen beige/white ones.
No worries.. there will be two variants :)

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