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RossThomson

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Hi there lads, On one of the updates on the run up to the release of the NGX (Wooo!) you mentioned two aircraft that you haven't shared with us yet, can you expand on that yet? Thanks!


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There is at least the Dash-8 and the 777. Other than that, you're not going to be able to get anything out of them right now.


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Yeah I know that, they were planes that hadn't been shared with us yet.. can't be them.


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PMDG is only so big, I can't imagine them working on much more then the T7 or Dash-8 as they still are doing 600/700 maybe BBJ and passable military variant of 737. And working on SP1. I think it would be a bit of a over diversification if they were working on the announced projects plus some unannounced ones. I might be wrong but I followed the NGX development rather close and never heard of two mystery planes. Link to that post?


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Bear in mind that "schedule" was posted 18 months ago and PMDG has always been very liquid in their predictions and time lines. 18 Months ago, I believe, the NGX was still planned for that summer (2010).


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