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Hello,

 

several months ago as far as I remember, there was an info, that the good old 737 will be updated/upgraded to modern PMDG standards like the 777 or 747.

I have hoped to hear about it along with the FS Expo news, but so far I haven't heard anything.

 

Does anybody have any informations about possible future updates of the 737?

many thanks!


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Nope. As far as I'm aware, they're trying to get the 747-8 out, and I know they're working on GFO. I don't even know how far they've gotten with this 737, so I wouldn't expect anything anytime soon.


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6 hours ago, guenseli said:

Does anybody have any informations about possible future updates of the 737?

This was briefly mentioned in the Expo announcement, actually. There was no real detail, but "NG3" was mentioned, so...there's your answer.


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7 hours ago, guenseli said:

Hello,

 

several months ago as far as I remember, there was an info, that the good old 737 will be updated/upgraded to modern PMDG standards like the 777 or 747.

I have hoped to hear about it along with the FS Expo news, but so far I haven't heard anything.

 

Does anybody have any informations about possible future updates of the 737?

many thanks!

 

19 minutes ago, scandinavian13 said:

This was briefly mentioned in the Expo announcement, actually. There was no real detail, but "NG3" was mentioned, so...there's your answer.

Prepare yourself for MAXimum performance. Also not gonna be an update, but a reboot like the 747v3. That's all you get for now.


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Well, let's hope it's gonna be the 737 MAX *fingerscrossed*

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Let's hope that the new NG includes options for split scimitar winglets, otherwise we will never hear the end of it.....

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5 hours ago, Christopher Low said:

Let's hope that the new NG includes options for split scimitar winglets, otherwise we will never hear the end of it.....

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