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Any buzz about a Boeing 727 coming out ?

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With all the hot release coming out or are out all ready, is there any buzz about a boeing 727 coming out ?

Now that we have the MD-80 out, a few years earlier, came out first the Boeing727-100, and a few years later the Boeing 727-200.  In FSX I really enjoyed flying the 727, especially the 200 version.  I bought this plane actually from Captain Sim.


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If CS released a 727 you can forget about it. If PMDG or a similar dev released a 727 then its an instant buy. The more classic aircraft in MSFS the better.

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4 hours ago, shamrockflyer said:

If CS released a 727 you can forget about it. If PMDG or a similar dev released a 727 then its an instant buy. The more classic aircraft in MSFS the better.

It would probably have a 777 cockpit lol or No cockpit at all

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Really hoping for a high-fidelity 727 and 707 for MSFS. 

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Helicopter Simulation and Flyjsim's B727 and B732 is the only reason I fire up my XPlane. A high fidelity B727, hopefully with a Super27 variant will be an instant buy.

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3 hours ago, z06z33 said:

It would probably have a 777 cockpit lol or No cockpit at all

Based on CS’s downward spiral, I was picturing no cockpit, and a 777 exterior model with three engines at the back…

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14 hours ago, Sunshine13 said:

In FSX I really enjoyed flying the 727, especially the 200 version.  I bought this plane actually from Captain Sim.

 

7 hours ago, Ops Normal said:

Flyjsim's B727 and B732 is the only reason I fire up my XPlane

I still keep FS9 just for the Dreamfleet 727 (well, and sometimes the RFP 747)! I bought the CS one for FSX, but I never tried flying it. I had in mind merging it with the TDS models, but I've grown too lazy for merges since I moved to P3D. But count me in. I just hope it's available in the Marketplace...

 


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TFDI is the most likely developer to do it. They are bucking the trend toward modern airliners by coming out with the MD11. This is my opinion, and I suspect that such thing will not happen until they complete and succeed with the MD11.

 

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For a 727 it would be more like a deafening, non-noise abatement compliant roar than a buzz 😂


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