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  1. I can't stop myself. Prime Air 747

    Thanks to Siri, I can help you. If you change it to N353xx, that would fit the way they're numbering their fleet. 353 is a prime number, as are 3 and 5. Nobody would make you lol. I'm bad at pilot math...for my aircrew rating in Civil Air Patrol, they kept chastising me for using road distances because I found measuring air distances difficult on our sectionals. Marc
  2. I can't stop myself. Prime Air 747

    I see one issue...minor...but part of the thing with Prime Air is that all the regs will be prime numbers as I recall. Don't know if you're going for realism here, but if you are, you might want to change it. Otherwise...I'll be buying this later today, and I DEFINITELY​ plan on downloading this. Regards, Marc Eichler
  3. Boeing 737-

    So, with Alaska air (and presumably others) replacing their -400F's with 700's, is there any chance of PMDG doing a combi or freighter model? I don't know much about designing simulations and all, but it would seem to me that all you'd need is texture modifications and the fuselage cargo door. Thanks, Marc Eichler
  4. NGX and AES

    Okay...on my 737-700, I somehow screwed up my AES settings. Does anyone have the correct positioning information? I'm getting jetways that are far in front of the aircraft, rear stairs at about the middle of the plane, and don't even get me started on the baggage loaders. Please help. Thanks, Marc Eichler
  5. FMC Falling Short of Destination

    It doesn't seem to matter which airport...But let's say I'm flying KORD-KPHL, I'm lucky if my FMC recognizes any waypoints past KUNV, so I'm forced to then use a default flight plan and default ATC to bring me the rest of the way. I actually don't use SID/STAR, as to be honest, I have no idea what exactly they are (well, I know what the letters mean). It's a little confusing/frustrating, as I subscribed to Navigraph pretty much for NGX, and I'm not getting all the way to the destination. And before anyone suggests it's my Navigraph, I just subscribed within the last week, so that's all current. Thanks in advance for any assistance, Marc Eichler
  6. I purchased NGX a few weeks ago - and I'm glad I did. I'm having one small problem. I load a flightplan, have the current AIRAC, and the route terminates at least 100 miles from the destination. I use to plan my flights, and on their map, everything checks out. What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance, Marc Eichler