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Thank you PMDG

What an amasing release.

The spead of process and download was totaly amasing. I was ready to see a movie and just wait for the big storm to settle. 

 

Thank you for an amasing release, Amasing product and awsome custom service.

Have a great weekend. you all deserve that.

 

Best regards From

 

Fredrik Hofstad Haugen

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Just wanted to add my big THANK YOU to the whole PMDG-team!

I just completed a quick traffic pattern flight at EGLL with heavy traffic and thunderstorms and everything worked great! Even the taxi cam was quite useful when taxiing with the 300ER!

I noticed that now FSX ATC recognizes the aircraft as a "777" and not only as a "Boeing"!

Again: Thank you very much and enjoy the Weekend!

Kind regards from Germany,

Chris

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I also want to add my biggest thank you for this great release day. Everything worked fine, the downloads were at incredible speeds, and the OC worked as expected. The 77W is a beautiful aircraft, and you did a perfect simulation of it. Now it's night in europe, but tomorrow I will do my first flight an enjoy this bird a longhaul route.... :)

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I'll add my thanks as well...terrific releases, and the SP1 is outstanding!

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I also want to thank the entire PMDG Team for all their diligence and hard work to get this to us.  So far the 7W is a beautiful aircraft and I am going to enjoy flying it.

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Yes, a big thanks to PMDG and the Beta team Those ANZ repaints are amazing

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great release and great aircraft. flying from Dubai to Melbourne at the moment and everything works fine. many happy landings captains!

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Also wanted to thank PMDG for the fantastic job on both SP1 and the 300ER. I absolutely love the way the 300ER responds to the new FBW. It really does feel like a longer / heavier aircraft.

 

Well done, PMDG! And thank you for all the hard work put into the development !

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What a difference SP1 makes!  With the new FBW, its like a whole new airplane.  Hand flying now presents a most interesting and dramatic learning curve.  The WX is a joy to behold.  I also am experiencing a modest perfomance improvement.  Looking forward to the 300ER, but will first take a little time to relearn the 200LR.  This release was well worth the long wait.

 

Andrew Jones

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awesome job PMDG!! The 77W looks absolutely stunning and flies well. Currently en route to Auckland from Brisbane.

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As a solely Prepar3d simmer, I am soooooooooo envious! 

 

Same here looking forward to P3D version for sure

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Big up for pmdg. Even thou it was a supet slow process until release. ;)

Thanks for amazing products.

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Thanks to PMDG and the beta testers for working hard in getting this fine aircraft and service pack to us.

 

Happy flying everyone.

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After a while of derping, I finally got the wxr to work. ( mistake of mine)

 

Thanks to the PMDG dev team and no less the Beta team for this wonderful work of art. I am loving the radar so far and will be doing my first 300ER flight.

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Thank you Robert SIR and his team. I got my dream Plane (77W) because of you guys.

thank you for beta testing team also.

the download and purchase done at very high speed.

:rolleyes:  

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Gents-

 

Thanks for the kind words- I will pass them along to the whole team.

 

It is a shame you guys don't get the chance to "hang" with us on release days.  It is a rare occasion when we have the entire team online chatting at the same time- and it does tend to be quite hilarious because the pressure is suddenly off...

 

Hell, even RYAN took his funny pills this morning.  I think he scored the biggest laugh of the day from the team...

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Hell, even RYAN took his funny pills this morning.  I think he scored the biggest laugh of the day from the team...

 

Is it repeatable? 

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Thanks Guys and great job! I just completed a short hop from KLAX to KDEN and the 777 did great I love the data up link ect.

Thanks again.

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I'd like to extend my thanks to this talented team.

Not only is she a joy to fly, but also paint.  I know that doesn't sound as significant to most here, but for a long-time painter who's painted some models he just about gave up on, this one is pure satisfaction to throw paint at. (you guys have no clue how well PMDG designed the texture maps and masters to make it easy to paint the planes you can review from the link in my sig).

Trust me, if it wasn't easy (easy for a painter who's be doing this for 12+ years...not that I'm insinuating that painting is easy, hehe), I'd just stick to flying her.

Now granted, the livery shown below is about as easy as they come, but with this paintkit, I had her painted less than an hour after release.

That is something you can't do with any other plane out there I've ever painted before.  Most times the vendor doesn't even release a paintkit and I wind up making my own.  THAT is tedious let me tell you!

 

So...when you guys start getting community paints of the -300...don't forget that PMDG didn't just give pilots a phenomenal plane to fly, but also gave painters an incredibly easy plane to paint!

773-swiss1.jpg

 

FYI, even though she is painted...Steve is going to put the brush down for a bit and enjoy flying the long one (what I affectionately call the -300).  I'll get Swiss uploaded in time.  (besides, 8 777Fs in the past few weeks is enough for one painter, don't ya think? :Hypnotized: )

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