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I just saw it.
I'm really looking forward to it.

Kim young ju

 

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Remember this teaser? lol

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Alex Pugh

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RIght when I leave for vacation tomorrow 😅

Nontheless, finally (hopefully)!!!

 

Ashwant Gonesh

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Cool. Maybe next there's a 767 or a 757, definitely skipping this one.

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32 minutes ago, Nuno Pinto said:

Cool. Maybe next there's a 767 or a 757, definitely skipping this one.

I am not skipping it but I would love an good 767 for those delta flights to Europe and the states for the same reason I would buy the a330 just to operate like the irl flight.

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As much as I really really really want it to happen this weekend, throw me on board the "I don't think so" train.

I would love to be proven wrong. 

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1 hour ago, Chapstick said:

Remember this teaser? lol

HVK3bWh.png

Alex Pugh

While I definitely hate teasers like these without any further statement WHY it hasn't been released (the whole behaviour around it) I want to try to be fair with PMDG. They have added at least the rainmaker feature to the J41 for sure. After the presentation of Kyle's GFO progress I hope for other things that have found their way into this airplane. Maybe a new FMS, maybe an EFB, who knows. Maybe the cockpit feeling that was added with the 744.. But I honestly think that the J41 will be released "shortly" after the 748. They want to introduce Rainmaker, EFB (and so on) with the 748, something that I fully understand. Let's hope for a great little commuter with "retrofitted" features instead of a plain and "not so beautiful anymore" portover to the 64bit environment, as it has been with the NGX. Fingers crossed..

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Well, I am not in a rush for the queen to arrive because I have been a loyal customer for PMDG for 10 years or so, I bought all their FSX products and never regret it.......Lately because of the pace they produce their planes I decide I will go on and get products from other three companies - I will not mention their names and please you too don't - the first product was a medium-range jet I had a problem which was 4 out of 5 times I started the flight the computer will crash!!! as simple as that I figured it out myself after 6 months of tries......The second product was again a medium to short range passengers jet which has a major problem at the cockpit light and no solution till today.......The last product was a long-range jet that suddenly in the middle of the flight it loses thrust completely without a solution to date ...................All are very nice products with potential and all with problems but you know what?.... That never ever happened with PMDG products, also with the creation of OC updates keep on coming......So let them take all the time they requirer so we can enjoy for much more time.......Thanks for the tease 🙂 🙂 🙂  

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2 hours ago, Chapstick said:

Remember this teaser? lol

HVK3bWh.png

Alex Pugh

That's true. This time though they added the phrase ''We are planning a big meal for the weekend". In my opinion it would be a too much to not mean a meal for us and thus a release. The only alternative I see is meaning the catering service truck seen in the screenshot but I wouldn't bet on that. Let's hope I prove right. 

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