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After noticing my amount of add on airplanes really piling up I thought I should ask other simmers how many add on planes they have or what kinds they are. I have the PMDG 737 NGX, 777LR/F and 777-300ER, A2A C172, PMDG MD11, CS 707. Which ones do you guys have?

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115 to be exact!  You name it.....I probably have it.  Not really into the WWI aircraft but a lot of WWII and newer.  All

freeware.


Charlie Aron

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Too many, and I probably should have deleted most of them. They're in my "old addons" folder for now... 

 

If I check my logbook I've mostly flown the Milviz B55 Baron, RealAir Turbine Duke v2, Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended, Milviz Boeing 737-200C and Manfred Jahn's C-47 Skytrain/Dakota this year. 

 

I was thinking about getting the PMDG 737 or 777 for P3D, but I'm waiting for a 64 bit version as I don't want to join the OOM club. 

 

The reality is, after P3D became available I've bought only a few aircraft addons. Most developers have been very slow at updating their installers to the new versions of P3D, and I've just had to leave them behind. 


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Reduced mine down to just those in my signature. And I ban myself from buying any others unless they are equal to or better in terms of systems depth (the publisher being a key part of that subjective decision!)

 

Means I now don't spend time deciding what to fly or doing silly little flights in them. I have time to really learn each of them in depth with the help of real world manuals. Much more fulfiling.

 

To be honest, I still have too many. I just Love the Q400 and 777.... And I cant wait to learn the FSLabs bus as something completely new. May well end up retiring the NGX if it's as good as I hope.


Rob Bates
Simming since the age of 10 with MSFS 5.0

P3D v4.4 | 8700K (@stock) | EVGA GTX1080Ti SC2 | Z370 AORUS Gaming 5 | 16GB 2666MHz | EVO 850 SSD | H115i cooling | NZXT H440 Case | Samsung 32" CJG 1440p Curved Monitor | Virtual-Fly Ruddo & TQ3+ | Thrustmaster T.16000M

Ask me about (my most flown): FSLabs A320-X | MaddogX | PMDG 747
In the hangar: Majestic Q400 Pro | PMDG NGX & 777 | A2A C182, Cherokee, Comanche & Spitfire

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PMDG 737 NGX

PMDG JS4100

PMDG MD-11

Captain Sim 707

Captain Sim 727

Captain SIm 737

Captain Sim 777

Captain Sim L1011 Tristar

CLS MD-80

Coolsky DC-9

Feelthere ERJ 135/45

Aerosoft Airbus A318/319/320/321

Aerosoft Twin Otter

Quality Wings 757

Quality Wings BAe 146/RJ

Majestic Q400-8

 

All are really good, except I'm not in love with the CLS MD-80.  Kind of light on systems and buggy, and it doesn't handle real well.


David Norman Paul

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 232. What do I fly most? The default C172.......Doug


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