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Hi,Looks like the MS2004 version of Level-D's 767 is getting winglets.http://www.leveldsim.com/forums/forum_posts.asp?TID=22374&title=coming-soon-for-the-767Sweet


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Thanks, Mike!Incredible.... :blink:I remeber myself asking for that feature in their forum and the reply was.... OK, never mind.Looks like we should never lose our hopes. :(


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Fantastic news indeed!!Had been playing with the idea of buying the CLS767 just for the external model.It won't be necessary after all... :-)Thanks Mike!Sylvain


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And the slogan of "friendly 4% skies" gives one hope that this is more than a model only modification. Fantastic!


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Yep there's no way LDS would just do a model update, so expect corrected fuel burn as well. Now to find a good Thomas Cook paint!


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Scr*w the winglets. Gimme a LDS 757! :(


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Yeehaaaa! Not because I like winglets, but because it means they are still taking care of the 767!And, it means something else, too. Recently, Andre Volkers replied to me in another thread. I had said that the LDS767 was sowing its age due to the flat overhead panel in the VC. Andre said that "that could change in the very near future". I thought he was sort of joking... But now that I see they are making winglets, I suddenly think Andre might not have been joking after all. God, let's hope so... The LDS767 is sort of my favorite aircraft. It always works, it always flies, and it never complains.


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Going FSX, Chuck? :(
LOL, Rafal. Not a chance! I meant for FS9 -- I'd rather have an LDS 757 for FS2004 than winglets for my 767! :(

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I'd rather have an LDS 757 for FS2004 than winglets for my 767!
I want animateddevil.gif both! Now, seriously, if they make a 757 for FS9, I will jump off my shoes.They once said they wouldn't but, hey, were we supposed to get the 767 winglets? :(

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WOOT!Shot this AUA 767-300ER with WL at CYYZ a few weeks back....http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/cx6QvH2eqaLSTrk8nKop8Q?feat=directlink


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Hey, nice shot, Al!I shot the same bird 36000 feet higher, over my house (returning to Vienna from Beijing). Big%20Grin.gif1406009.jpg


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I look forward to that. I purchased this aircraft on the OP's personal recommendation and it's still one of my all time favourites :(


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Since we're sharing photos of winglets, here's one I got to ride on last month. They seem about the size of a 737's wing in real life don't they?!60880125464727503992100.jpg


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