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More likely:

 

DC-6--->FSX,P3D

737,777,747--->X-Plane

 

 

I wholeheartedly hope you are right. I am so ready for some PMDG moves into X-plane. The DC6 was fantastic. Hopefully they will move the NGX or 747 first.

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...but what I'm working on isn't on any of these wishlists!!!  :sad:  :ph34r:

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...but what I'm working on isn't on any of these wishlists!!!  :sad:  :ph34r:

 

... and the woodpidgeon is back!  :Tounge:

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I'm sorry, I've been away from simulator for so long. I just wondering why PMDG didn't do the 200 and 200ER?

I'm sorry, again, if this have been asked.

Hoang.


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787 for me.

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Can we rely on NGX will be equipped with DATA LINK, AUTO FORECAST UPLINK, and other features like 777?

 

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... and the woodpidgeon is back!  :Tounge:

 

a ha! I knew it is worth waiting all that time!


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...but what I'm working on isn't on any of these wishlists!!!  :sad:  :ph34r:

 

 

The good problem for you guys is that whatever you make we will all buy. No matter what the project is, we all know it will be high quality so it will be purchased regardless if it was initially on the wish list or not!  :wink:


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More likely:

 

DC-6--->FSX,P3D

737,777,747--->X-Plane

I'd be good with that ;)


Floyd Stolle

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The good problem for you guys is that whatever you make we will all buy. No matter what the project is, we all know it will be high quality so it will be purchased regardless if it was initially on the wish list or not!  :wink:

 

I appreciate that. I'm hoping you all will like it.


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I appreciate that. I'm hoping you all will like it.

 

At least i will, if it's a 767 :P


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