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A few pics too!

 

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|Ryan Butterworth|

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Geez, it looks real. Very nice. XP is coming along just fine.

 

Bob


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It's amazing and free. Thanks for the heads up Ryan.


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I saw this at the other site, but since Im at work, I haven't had a chance to download it yet.  Looks really nice!

 

Rob

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Amazing quality.  I've been astounded at the freeware airports available in XP that surpass quite a bit of payware in FSX.

 

Thanks for the HU.


Jim Stewart

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Thanks guys!  :)


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WOW!! Nice,Thanks for Sharing.


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OMG.  I am loving XP10 and your pictures.  Am going to download now.

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If we ever get a decent 737NG for this sim, I don't know how much use my other sims will get. it just keeps getting better and better. Thanks for the heads up Ryan.


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If we ever get a decent 737NG for this sim, I don't know how much use my other sims will get. it just keeps getting better and better. Thanks for the heads up Ryan.

PMDG's is probably at least 3-5 years away, so I'm hoping FlightFactor will take up the gauntlet.

They would sell a ton of B738 (w / fms), and would be far more versatile simming-wise than an A350.

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PMDG's is probably at least 3-5 years away, so I'm hoping FlightFactor will take up the gauntlet.

They would sell a ton of B738 (w / fms), and would be far more versatile simming-wise than an A350.

 

while i personally believe that the PMDG will not take that long, i think FF will not release a 738 at all, they still have alot on the plate for the A350 like the sid/stars and then some. What is more likely and alot more reasonable is that ixeg, now that they basically said it will come out 2015, will provide a paid upgrade to the 738 much like pmdg offers an upgrade for the -5 and -6. While there still is alot to be done the big foundations, like the fmc and other systems, are basically there with the 733. So you are talking maybe about a year of work instead of 2-3 years.

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