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  1. Well with the number of votes going toward the -200ER, I am sure PMDG will bring it up to us
  2. Hello, Would it be possible to do an Air France real registration such as F-GSPX and with more dirt on it. Air France operates a large fleet of B777. (eventhough it is not the LR type). Would be awesome ! Thanks in advance !
  3. Found something nice on the web : http://www.gadling.com/2011/07/31/cockpit-chronicles-the-eight-ways-to-slow-a-jet/
  4. Possible. During the 737NG TR, we used the 3 thumb rule, but the aircraft is slighly smaller
  5. That's totally normal behaviour. Actually the wing is so thin that the aicraft is hard to slow. Also the B777 has a lot of inertia, hence it is more difficult to slow down. That's why it's very important to well prepare your descent schedule and to make sure your on profile with this type of heavy airplanes. For deceleration it's a bit like the NGX, which also has a thin wing section. Good luck ! Use sound judgement and airmanship. To make sure you're on profile you can always x-check the VNAV with an easy formula with use on the big airliners : ALT to loose X 3 = distance required. Or you will loose 1000 Ft in 3 NM.
  6. See here as well : http://forum.avsim.net/topic/418358-autopilot-disconnect-alarm/ and try to avoid double posts. Read forum first. Enjoy your flights on the 777 PMDG !
  7. Joduv

    PMDG 777 liveries

    And you missed Air Austral (french airline, 772LR reg : F-OLRA)
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    PMDG 777 liveries

    <p>Nice initiative ! thanks You should had Air Austral into your list, because they really operated B772LR (reg : F-OLRA) while Air France isn't. I hope PMDG will do this livery or someone else upon release. http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-oITz8Fk28Ns/TjA0bdYcr0I/AAAAAAAABW0/JONzTGABpEY/s1600/B772%2BF-OLRA%2BAir%2BAustral.png http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-whEt6IzT1u0/Tlgr-pRi6wI/AAAAAAAABbw/yh5-_dA0Ovw/s1600/B773%2BF-OLRA%2BAIR%2BAUSTRAL.png http://nsm05.casimages.com/img/2011/09/02//1109020959171326458682071.jpg Cheers.
  9. I am sure a lot of them use it ! And I know few Airline Pilots who used the NGX, as a preparation to learn their flows/procedures before going to the Full Flight Sim...
  10. SO here we go, not a huge change, but more amplification and removed click sound at the beginning... http://www.mediafire.com/?m5rh5zoxs3et09p
  11. Okay Steve, i use your file to do a new TOGA sound... Before posting this file, i need to know if it's okay for you because it is your original file. Cheers. Josh.
  12. Thanks Steve ! in fact looking again at the video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=I-z2JAhMSVI#!) at 0:29 what we can hear is : 2 clicks (from the TOGA black pushbutton) and then the sound of the actuator... Cheers.
  13. Hey Steve, Just tested the TOGA sound ! it works very well on the NGX, however it seems that there is something wrong, compared to the video provided by me on this thread. There is like a little "detonation" just before the sound of the actuator, i mean a little "douuuummm" just a the beginning.... i am not so good in english so i don't really know which vocabulary i could use to explain it... Anyway i think to get something better, this little sound at the first milliseconds should be removed. Also the rest of the sound file should be amplified. Cheers Steve, Josh.
  14. Keep in touch ! i look forward to check it tomorrow, and i am already convinced that it will add more and more reality to the NGX ! again very nice work Dude ! cheers. Josh.
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