CaptainLars

PMDG Bombardier Global Express

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Hi,

 

the title says it all: is there any chance you could be doing this aircraft anytime in the future?

 

Unnecessary to say that I'd really love to have a Global Express in PMDG quality.

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Thats a shame. I have a few thousand hours in Gulfstreams. Would be nice to have one in the sim.

 

Scott

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Don't Bombardier sue anyone who tries to create simulations of their aircraft?

 

Considering the Majestic Q400 exists, probably not...

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Considering the Majestic Q400 exists, probably not...

Also, there are two good Learjet payware add-ons, plus Aerosoft is developing the CRJ 700/900. The Lear 45 was a default MSFS aircraft. Bombardier has always been supportive of flight sim emulations of their products.

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Correct Jim and that's why we are doing the Challenger 605...

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Will PMDG do an airbus ? unlikely and if they do the only available aircraft to do are the dying A340 , the new - lack of technical detail A350 or the uber complex A380

 

Corporate jet's are probably the next jets  for PMDG.

 

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Considering PMDG is allowed to license Boeing aircraft, adding Airbus to that list would be a conflict of interest... So one can scratch that idea.

As far as corporate jets, what makes you think that they would be next? 

According to many posts from PMDG directly, they are already working on something (some unannounced projects as well from a really old post). 

Lets just wait and see, speculation gets us no where.

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8 minutes ago, bithunter_99 said:

perhaps, they make a working CRJ :D :D :D 

I highly doubt they’re developing a CRJ since Aerosoft just released theirs. 

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Gents,

This "were contractually obligated by a particular manufacturer" rubbish has got to go. Please stop perpetuating it.

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Still waiting for a wooden pigeon.  That would be awesome.

Speaking of which Kyle, is the PMDG Pigeonworks signature a thing, or something more akin to a TPS coversheet?

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1 hour ago, ErichB said:

Speaking of which Kyle, is the PMDG Pigeonworks signature a thing, or something more akin to a TPS coversheet?

Pigeonworks is a thing, and happens to be where my current projects reside.

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3 minutes ago, scandinavian13 said:

Pigeonworks is a thing, and happens to be where my current projects reside.

cool

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How deeply is this simulation of the Wood Pigeon go?
I suppose we have to click left and right mouse button continuously, to flap out wings? :biggrin:

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17 hours ago, Anders Bermann said:

How deeply is this simulation of the Wood Pigeon go?
I suppose we have to click left and right mouse button continuously, to flap out wings? :biggrin:

Now you are just being silly. The Left button controls the choke while the Right button controls the pull start and they have to be balanced just right with the scroll wheel controlling the throttle or you will never start the Briggs and Stratton lawn mower required to prepare the grass strip for take off. A very careful eye must be kept on engine temperatures and cutting heights or it will bog down quicker then a J41 will burn out an engine, and for goodness sake, don't let the grass box overfill. I have heard that some people like to align the knap of the grass with the headwind component but personally I think they are just being overly fussy.

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haha - good ones.

All the same, think less Westland Woodpigeon. The name is more of a nod to Lockheed Martin Skunkworks (Pigeonworks being a nod to the inside joke that is the Woodpigeon, of course), and the type of work done there.

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2 hours ago, scandinavian13 said:

haha - good ones.

All the same, think less Westland Woodpigeon. The name is more of a nod to Lockheed Martin Skunkworks (Pigeonworks being a nod to the inside joke that is the Woodpigeon, of course), and the type of work done there.

So it's not just another development, it's some kind of advanced development different from what you're doing now...........................

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2 hours ago, PMDG777 said:

So it's not just another development, it's some kind of advanced development different from what you're doing now...........................

Yep. Completely unannounced project in the darkness of the Pigeonworks realm. 

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