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[09DEC15] A Whole Lotta 747-400 Goodness!

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Not bad for a 4 engine bird, not bad (-;


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- Luke Pabari

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Not bad for a 4 engine bird, not bad (-;

 

 

You Really are a true 777 geek Luke. I'm sensing somewhat of a lack of enthusiasm this time round !!

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Jimmy Nestor

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Looking great and thanks for the update

 

Barry Hicks


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From EGFF to YSSY

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Awesome update! Really looking forward to this.

 

The insane lever of detail described here got me thinking:

Since the 747 has such a unique fuselage shape (bulge, tall, wide center wingbox, etc), it has quite a lot of deformation when it is pressurized. One of the most striking differences between a 747 on the ground and in the air, is the changing shape of the fuselage: from a more taller oval to a more flatter round shape. 

 

Is this effect modeled in the V2? 

 

Anothor question:
Is the 747-400M (combi) still a planned variation?

Thanks  :smile:


Henk de Vries

 

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You Really are a true 777 geek Luke. I'm sensing somewhat of a lack of enthusiasm this time round !!

 

It's all right...his name might suddenly go missing from the Beta lists because of it  :P

(Kidding, of course)

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Kyle Rodgers

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Thank you the update PMDG team. Cant wait too throw some money at you guys ^_^


Mario Pedersen

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Is it possible that you explore some damage modelling like the Q400.

Like RR said you meet some FOD along the runway and some tire blow or you land on a crosswind and you damage the gear or maybe the engine .

Not talking like the concorde crash in Paris but some suspense could be fun LoL.


 

 

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That looks pretty awesome....

 

First think I'm doing with the 744:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIvbm2ZlsnQ

 

Please let there be a Cathay livery.... :Praying:

 

I wonder, if the runway were wide enough, could the A380 have landed at Kai Tak if it were still in use today? Hmmm.


Matthew Bellette

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I Love how all of these are taken at YVR.  :wub:


 

 

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Instead of a pogo stick, can we have Samuel L. Jackson in the back beating back a horde of bloodthirsty poisonous snakes please?

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Matthew Bellette

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As a Flight Engineer on classic 747's (E-4B, which is a modified -200) I just can not wait for this model! The 747 is one of those planes you just can't help but fall in love with once exposed...


-Jason Peters, MSgt, USAF Ret.
Charter Pilot (SIC). Citation II, V, Ultra, & Excel
Comm-ASEL, AMEL, IFR, & Flt Engineer-Turbojet

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