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6 minutes ago, pager94 said:

In preparation for the forth coming PMDG 747-800

There is no PMDG 747-800 forthcoming, ever. I certainly wouldn't consider a reference to such a thing as bonafide.

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3 minutes ago, downscc said:

There is no PMDG 747-800 forthcoming, ever. I certainly wouldn't consider a reference to such a thing as bonafide.

what that really necessary?

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Just now, kdfw__ said:

what that really necessary?

What did I say that was incorrect?

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22 minutes ago, kdfw__ said:

what that really necessary?

Of course not, just an urge some people seem to need to satisfy as soon as they have the chance to.

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32 minutes ago, Captain Kevin said:

If it wasn't Dan, it most certainly would have been Kyle eventually.

That's for sure!

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2 hours ago, pager94 said:

Dear fellow flight simulationists and flight stimulators,

In preparation for the forth coming PMDG 747-800, I'd recommend and suggest getting prepared with the Just Planes "747-800 ABC [Air Bridge Cargo]" HD cockpit video (240 mins.)

http://www.worldairroutes.com/airbridge.html

Happy Holidays!

BillyBob

There is a 747-8i and 747-8F no airplane called a 747-800, I think that is the point of Dan's snark - David Lee

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12 hours ago, Captain Kevin said:

If it wasn't Dan, it most certainly would have been Kyle eventually.

Quite true...

There is no such thing as a 747-800, so, while it's a bit pedantic, do remember that this is aviation, and that we have three main definitions of the word 'night' - each having its own application.

Speak precisely.

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Now if only PFPX would release an update to add -8 profiles...

I'm pretty sure we will be able to get accurate templates for the -8i and 8F for pfpx when it is released. 

Maybe Flyprecisely, airlinerperformance.net or others will release some soon?

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21 minutes ago, scandinavian13 said:

Quite true...

There is no such thing as a 747-800, so, while it's a bit pedantic, do remember that this is aviation, and that we have three main definitions of the word 'night' - each having its own application.

Speak precisely.

Now I'm curious. What are the three definitions of night? I only know one.

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15 minutes ago, PATCO LCH said:

Now I'm curious. What are the three definitions of night? I only know one.

  1. Period from sunset to sunrise - position lights requirement
  2. Period from 1 hour after sunset to 1 hour prior to sunrise - passenger carriage and currency
  3. End of evening civil twilight to beginning of morning civil twilight - logging
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Another one for the VFR:

4.Period from 30min after sunset to 30min prior to sunrise for latitudes 30°and 60° and 15min for latitudes less than 30°

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