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Hi All,

 

I've been away for a while, and see the CS 707 & 727 have some good scripts.

 

Does anyone know is the CS 737 also working?

Any scripts for it?

 

Cheers

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Hi All,

 

I've been away for a while, and see the CS 707 & 727 have some good scripts.

 

Does anyone know is the CS 737 also working?

Any scripts for it?

 

Cheers

 

As replied to your query on the "supported aircraft thread"

 

Copy and paste.

 

Not fully supported yet.

 

We interfaced so many 737s we possibly wrongly assumed very few people fly that particular aircraft.

 

PMDG 737 NGX supported

iFly 737 supported

Milviz 737 supported.

 

Suggest you start a thread on Captain Sim forum, and if people are keen on it, will add it to the queue of aircraft to be interfaced as priority. 

 

Currently...works in progress with

 

Maddog 2010 Pro

CS 130X

Aerosoft Twotter          (not considering this as a multi-crew aircraft, but we had to do it as a thank you for David who makes all those MCE videos you like, and Stuart for going through yet another FO voice pack).

 

We'd rather interface CS L1011 (Tristar) next, unless there are more CS 737 fans out there.

 

And don't forget, now we also have to support more aircraft within the X-Plane platform too.

 

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iFly and PMDG are totally different aircraft, they're NGs :) 


 


But I do understand the Milviz choice for the 737classic, it is a good aircraft.


I guess I chose the wrong one for the 737 classic.. I think CS looks nicer, but has bugs in the FDE.


 


Anyway, it's not a big deal. 


 


You've done a great job on the CS 707 and 727 already! I don't fly the classics that much and the 707 is preferred.

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I would actually second the CS Tristar, Gerald.

Oliver, I have not stopped flying the CS L-1011. It takes a bit of learning, specially programming the INS, but once mastered, it gives lots of flying joys.

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