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  1. flyinpilot212121

    Freeware scenery for P3D - AI Traffic?

    Thanks for the replies! I’ll dig into these products a little deeper. As for updating to V4.3, I don’t really see anything that would be of great benefit in the way I use P3D to update, So I was thinking of waiting till the next update. Thanks Again everyone Gerry
  2. Good afternoon fellow simmers, I'm running P3D V4.2 stock other then Active sky, ASCA and orbx base package. I did an internet search on freeware add-on scenery for p3d but didn't come up with anything clear and concise. I'm wondering if there are any freeware scenery airports available for P3D? I come straight from FS9 and remember FS9 having a plethora of scenery airports freeware, having said that I also don't want to "Break" my P3D either, I'm very cautious in what I install in P3D to avoid frustration.... Should payware be the only avenue to take in order to keep my P3D safe? As well, figured Id get 2 birds with one stone, When it comes to AI traffic, I also couldn't come up with anything clear, everything I found online regarding AI was pretty daunting, but is there any easy to use real world AI that can be injected in P3D painlessly? Again going back to my FS9 days, I remember using world of AI which was incredibly easy to use, does something like that work for P3D? To sum up: 1) Are there any good freeware airport scenery that wont break my P3D 2) How does one go about installing AI without having to do any hardcore programming? Thanks Gerry
  3. flyinpilot212121

    PMDG 737 or wait?

    Thanks everyone for the great insight, I think I'm going to go ahead and grab it,as a member mentioned in an earlier post, over a year of usage it really is cheap looking at it that way. I wont leave the 747 in the hanger as it is a wonderful aircraft, but with the 737 it will give me variation. back in the fs9 days I use to litter my sim with aircraft that I didn't fly, this time around I want to invest in a few aircraft that i will fly and focus more on making the sim environment shine.(just purchased ASCA and giving it a first time go, what a transformation!!!) Thanks again
  4. flyinpilot212121

    PMDG 737 or wait?

    That’s exactly it, The 747 is fantastic and really enjoy flying it, But it has its specific uses whereas the 737 has its specific uses as well. Most tones I only have 2 hours or so to use the sim where the 737 would provide that type of flying. after using the 747 from PMDG I have no issues with their pricing, Get what you pay for. Having said that if a PMDG new version of the 737 Were to happen I would wait, unless it is 2 plus years out, which is anyone’s guess really.
  5. flyinpilot212121

    PMDG 737 or wait?

    Good day everyone, Having recently switched over to P3D from FS9 I’m wondering whether I should spend the 90$ on PMDG 737 or wait for a possible remake that’s been mentioned every now and again. I did purchase their 747 and it’s an amazing aircraft, Last PMDG I’ve purchased prior to the 747 was their 737 for fs9. They have made great advancements since then and am very impressed by the quality and immersion of the 747, And would imagine their other offerings would offer the same however I’m worried I would spend the 90$ and don’t want to have a new release 2 months later etc. this is more of a “What would you do” type question? Thanks
  6. flyinpilot212121

    Is P3D V4 lacking a regional jet

    Thanks, I’ll look into these.. anyone try Carenado pc12? Or any Carenado aircraft, Seem to have quite the product line of aircraft.
  7. flyinpilot212121

    Is P3D V4 lacking a regional jet

    Hi all, Im usually the type to fly airliners but thinking about getting a regional jet for the shorter hops, I have the pmdg 747 as well as the majestic dash 8. Id be looking for something like an CRJ or something similar... perhaps even a single engine turbo prop to fly the simulated medevacs type. So, Is P3D lacking a decent regional jet or single engine turboprop? Thanks
  8. flyinpilot212121

    Looking for a tropical destination flight tonight

    Ive just hit TOD into TNCM from YYZ as I type this, I’m about 130 nm NW of the airport coming in for the RNAV approach runway 10.... hope to grease it!!!
  9. flyinpilot212121

    Looking for a tropical destination flight tonight

    I'm quite Jealous!!!
  10. flyinpilot212121

    Looking for a tropical destination flight tonight

    No havnt made the trip yet, Had to work all day ;) Planning TNCM as we speak from the cold cold Toronto. But Now I have a few places to see!!
  11. flyinpilot212121

    Looking for a tropical destination flight tonight

    This is also my fovroite type of themed flight, Leaving my home-ish airport CYYZ and head to a warm tropical destination, Fun to see the snow go away and temperatures rise, Amd simulate the return into the cold and snow
  12. flyinpilot212121

    Looking for a tropical destination flight tonight

    I’ll check it out, leave room on the tarmac in case I decide to head out there !!
  13. flyinpilot212121

    FT CYYZ Updated To P3D v4

    I’d love to have CYYZ, But heard it was the slide show of all slide shows? Is there any truth to that, I may pull the trigger on it but trying to do a little research on it first
  14. Good day all... Im looking at flying to a tropical destination tonight in the 747, I’m looking for something that has available scenery. I’m thinking along the lines of Cacun, Cuba etc... any suggestions along with scenery? Thanks
  15. flyinpilot212121

    Finally made the switch 100%

    Thanks, I’ll look into these, Is there a tool to allow for panning in the VC using the mouse wheel, I used a flight 1 tool to do this in fs9, Almost feel like it’s neccesary.