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Personally I want the 777-200/ER with the 3 engine options. One of the most popular aircraft in the skies today

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I could be wrong but im sure I remember Robert saying the 787 is a no go as Qualitywings are doing one and it should be PMDG level, but even if I'm wrong on that. If the Qualitywings one comes true which hopefully it will soon, I don't think it would be worth PMDG doing one. As much as I love PMDG, if I already had the Qualitywings one and it was up to scratch I wouldn't buy it again.

I'd love to see them do the 75/76. I use to love the Level-D one until I got spoilt with PMDG products and the current Qualitywings 75 leaves a bit to be desired but the main aircraft I want to see is the T7-200ER and now Norwegian are flying the 737max across the pond I'd like to see the NGX updated.

Although my wants are irrelevant as whatever they do I will probably buy it and have hours of fun flying her.

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Would love if they would do the Bombardier C Series or Airbus A350. 

 

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27 minutes ago, elv said:

the current Qualitywings 75 leaves a bit to be desired 

I agree whole heartedly. Especially where it is not going to be brought to the 64-bit platform and it continues to be a major part of commercial air service.

This is good conversation but PMDG will do what is best for their company.  


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21 minutes ago, Michael235 said:

Would love if they would do the Bombardier C Series or Airbus A350. 

 

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PMDG have a great relationship with Boeing so I could be wrong but I doubt they would do a non boeing acft


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30 minutes ago, Humberside said:

PMDG have a great relationship with Boeing so I could be wrong but I doubt they would do a non boeing acft

So what would stop them from having a relationship with other aircraft companies? Airbus has already said they are willing to license their aircraft to sim developers. The C Series and A350 are new acfts with beautiful electronics. 


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9 minutes ago, Michael235 said:

So what would stop them from having a relationship with other aircraft companies? Airbus has already said they are willing to license their aircraft to sim developers. The C Series and A350 are new acfts with beautiful electronics. 

Sorry forgot to sign my name.

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17 minutes ago, Michael235 said:

So what would stop them from having a relationship with other aircraft companies? Airbus has already said they are willing to license their aircraft to sim developers. The C Series and A350 are new acfts with beautiful electronics. 

I did say that I could be wrong. If you look at their portfolio they have created only Boeing bar the JS41/BD1900 - The DC6/MD11 could be classed as Boeing. The problem with the A350 and CS are that they are new and data may not be available to them. I think that would stay loyal to Boeing *again I could be wrong*. 

Also I don't think that Boeing would be to happy with PMDG getting to close to their competitors :cool:


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After watching the Air Baltic videos on YouTube I have fallen in love with the C Series and so I believe have RW pilots.

 

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2 minutes ago, Michael235 said:

After watching the Air Baltic videos on YouTube I have fallen in love with the C Series and so I believe have RW pilots.

 

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Yes both acft are in RW service along with the MAX but are newer that other acft so data may not be available. 


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10 minutes ago, Humberside said:

Yes both acft are in RW service along with the MAX but are newer that other acft so data may not be available. 

Well maybe sometime in the future. As I am getting up there in age I hope I will still be around.

 

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7 hours ago, JRBarrett said:

That's not correct. There are dozens of Level-D sims of various Gulfstream aircraft. How do you think Gulfstream pilots train?

Flight Safety in particular has multiple Level-D Gulfstream sims at their facilities in Wilmington, DE and Savannah, GA (located right next to the GAC factory).

CAE, a competitor to Flight Safety also have Gulfstream Level-D sims at several locations.

Those simlulators are obviously developed with the active cooperation of Gulfstream.

I don't think Gulfstream has ever actually sued any consumer flight sim developer, but the company may well have issued a cease and desist letter or two. They consider any unauthorized use of their name to be trademark infringement.

I worked for one of the companies you mentioned and was present during the litigation process.


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I would love to see the JS4100 brought back then the dc 6. PMDG really needs a smaller turboprop in their modern lineup. LOVED the JS4100.

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