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What will be the next project by PMDG?

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Now with the shortly released -8 of the Queen of the Skies series, we could start a thread guessing whats next by PMDG.

So. Whats next? 😛 😄

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2 minutes ago, xTiMm_ said:

Now with the shortly released -8 of the Queen of the Skies series, we could start a thread guessing whats next by PMDG.

So. Whats next? 😛 😄

They already announced quite a while ago.

The two known projects coming are :

  • the Global Flight Operations.
  • The NG3 project so a new 737 version, with teasing about the MAX being part of this project (but not really officially announced)
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39 minutes ago, xTiMm_ said:

Now with the shortly released -8 of the Queen of the Skies series, we could start a thread guessing whats next by PMDG.

So. Whats next? 😛 😄

They have already said and hinted on what is next and what is being updated. 


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LOL, its the same pattern of threads every time, like clockwork. The way it has always been.

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Why not a type of aicraft which has not been done properly like the Airbus a350 ? Or has it have to be an American build aicraft?

 

I wish you all happy flights,,,:)

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3 minutes ago, Johnfol said:

Why not a type of aicraft which has not been done properly like the Airbus a350 ? Or has it have to be an American build aicraft?

 

I wish you all happy flights,,,:)

John Folkeringa

I don't think it has to be American, the main thing is bobviously with all these years they have strong links with Boeing, they obviously got a lot of the data they need out of them so I'm not surprised they are still doing Boeings it's logical. Also the Boeing way of doing things is different from the way Airbus is doing things they have different philosophy, so it's probably "easier" to use their current framework and knoledge in another Boeing aircraft than with another aircraft which can do things very differently.

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Perhaps we shall get an updated B777 with EFB sometime?

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An updated 777 with Rainmaker, smoother animations and EFB would be superb. Although, it's pretty amazing - even after all this time.

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I think the Wood Pigeon is the next to get the Rainmaker.

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1 hour ago, ErichB said:

An updated 777 with Rainmaker, smoother animations and EFB would be superb. Although, it's pretty amazing - even after all this time.

Already coming 

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Is there any word about shared cockpit functionality - at any point ?

As much fun as they are to fly on your own, these aircraft are prime candidates for a shared experience.

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