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Now that the 777 is done, I got the floor swept out in the hanger eagerly waiting on the bird to arrive, money is in the bank, ready to buy my favorite PMDG product, The 737-NGX. I did buy the 747-400 for PD3 V4 great plane but I prefer the NGX just personal preference. Sadly I paid little over $100.00 for 777-200 and 300 for FSX, but I just can't see another $134.00 plus expansion, and don't spend anuff time in cockpit to compensate for more money for the 777 kind of think its bad timing for that particular product and I understand that PMDG hast to make money to survive I get it. At that point would be about $250.00 for that plane , and I found myself over the years in the NGX more often than the 777. and dont mind paying twice for the NGX for the amount of hours I spend in the NGX .So I haft to let 777 go. But anyways thank-you,  PMDG for the best products for flight sim. I will say it is a treat to have all fsdreamteam, and flightbeam, airports with orbx, basic, north america and trees, AS16, go from one payware airport to another payware airport with PMDG 747-400 with max settings and No out of memory. We are growing far more than we ever could think possible from the commodore64 LOL. I know this is a long-shot but if PMDG would take on the MD80 that would be a treat. I know they stay on the side of boeing but you did do the md11 and dc6.  have a great day all, And get er done LOL. 

   

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I just wanted to start a new topic asking if no one wants to start a new topic on when the NGX gets released. 

Pls proceed everyone...

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I miss 737 also. Enjoy shorter hops compared to 747 which I also have. I like takeoffs & landings compared to cruising for hours & hours. Be nice to see PMDG do a bizjet or even commuter aircraft for lots of short hops... PMDG has spoiled me terribly with their outstanding high quality products. I always find myself comparing every other add on to them & very few stand up.

Keep these great products coming PMDG, you guys are amazing!

Mark Torma

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5 hours ago, Ben311 said:

I just wanted to start a new topic asking if no one wants to start a new topic on when the NGX gets released. 

Pls proceed everyone...

 

Buddy there's a compatibility thread on PMDG products.

PMDG Compatibility Thread

 

Cheers,

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38 minutes ago, Kushalgurung said:

 

Buddy there's a compatibility thread on PMDG products.

PMDG Compatibility Thread

 

Cheers,

Better Yet ... 

 


Michael Lagow
Madness Software

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2 hours ago, Hawk60M said:

I miss 737 also. Enjoy shorter hops compared to 747 which I also have. I like takeoffs & landings compared to cruising for hours & hours. Be nice to see PMDG do a bizjet or even commuter aircraft for lots of short hops...

Mark Torma

Yeah I know what you mean. Sometimes I don't have time or patience for a 6/8 hours flight so I grab my T7 turning off all the "automatics" just flying touch and goes, basic flying, feeling the beast in my hands! You don't have a second of "boring" flight. Many could argue that it's somehow a futile exercise, but it's a very rewarding experience imho.

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I don't know about you, but I find nothing wrong flying short hops in a 777 or 747. Are they realistic - I quite frankly don't care, as I find them fun. 

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2 hours ago, icemarkom said:

I don't know about you, but I find nothing wrong flying short hops in a 777 or 747. Are they realistic

The Japanese carriers do them all the time, so yes.

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8 hours ago, Kushalgurung said:

 

Buddy there's a compatibility thread on PMDG products.

PMDG Compatibility Thread

 

Cheers,

I know, I was joking because this forum.had about 20 topics about the release of the NGX already.

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Personally I'm really looking forward to the PMDG 737. I'm really missing an A320 (does the Aerosoft work?) or 737 size airliner in Prepar3D V4... 


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4 hours ago, Captain Kevin said:

The Japanese carriers do them all the time, so yes.

So do the big 3 MEA

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5 hours ago, Captain Kevin said:

The Japanese carriers do them all the time, so yes.

Quite amazing... are they stil flying 747's (I believe it's the 747-400D version, right?) on domestic routes in Japan?


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--Anders Bermann--
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I regularly run test flights (on the PMDG 777) from OMDB -> OTHH They use a 777-300 for this route.

on flight QTR1027

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