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Who is this man with all the cool memorabilia in his office and teasing us with a 757?

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  • Orjan Polman
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    I will not refuse in any way, shape or form!

  • Yoshua
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    Same, i'm just waiting for PMDG and a couple other addons and then I'll switch

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  • Steven Silva
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    Originally posted by Orjan Polman View Post
    rsrandazzo If you make a 757 for P3D you can have my money now! I would even pay extra for the Hekla Aurora livery! 🤩🤩 I'm drooling just thinking about it....
    & B767/727

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  • Orjan Polman
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    That would be christmas, new year and easter all together for me if that should happen! Oh my.......

  • EasternT3
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    When they get to creating the 757, it should release for P3D providing there's still a market for addons

  • Orjan Polman
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    rsrandazzo If you make a 757 for P3D you can have my money now! I would even pay extra for the Hekla Aurora livery! 🤩🤩 I'm drooling just thinking about it....

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  • Steven Silva
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    Originally posted by LuisKMIA View Post
    Delta just announced 757s and 767s will stick around until at least 2027, so they would be a nice addition to simulate current pax ops plus all the current cargo like FedEx, UPS, and DHL.

    Also, some airlines that operate the beautiful and sexy B767 have said that the B767 will be an aircraft that will last a long time since it is a comfortable aircraft and that enters almost all airports in the world to carry cargo and / or passengers ... I am praying that PMDG models the B767, B727 and now the so-called B757 buzz. I know that PMDG is the master of the creation of life in simulation and they have shown it over the years, although there are people who throw the bad vibes saying that "PMDG" does not have enough technology to model the aforementioned airplanes earlier in this message and that if necessary brings them to the simulation they will be very incomplete. But those of us who are loyal customers of PMDG know how complex their products are. It is a work of art. and I say something that if PMDG were to fulfill the dreams of some crazy people like me for the B767 and the B727 they would have a lot of work to do but they would be perfect works ... PMDG listens to our pleas

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  • LuisKMIA
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    Delta just announced 757s and 767s will stick around until at least 2027, so they would be a nice addition to simulate current pax ops plus all the current cargo like FedEx, UPS, and DHL.

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  • Steven Silva
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    Rob has mentioned something about the B757 / B767 for p3d and msfs??????

  • EasternT3
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    Matt, I listened to Robert on the interview he did Friday and he basically said it depends on the market, I'm guessing this applies to both MSFS and P3D but he mentioned LM and P3D specifically, he said the decision won't be for 18/20 months so it all depends on P3D over the next couple of years

  • Greg B
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    Whatever is in the product development pipeline, it will no doubt be worth waiting for.
    I initially thought the DC-6 would not interest me, but it’s now a regular thing for me too sign out the keys from the MSFS hangar. Weather has suddenly become much more important when you can’t fly over it and engine management is a skill that the virtual bank manager hopes I will master a little better…
    The Ops Centre discussion on the radio also sounded very intriguing for adding to the sim experience. The 757 will be a must buy, as would a 767 being a logical follow on. But there’s only a few that truly know, and unfortunately they ain’t blabbing. Only one thing is certain, it’s not an MD-11 😫

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  • ktc767@aol.com
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    When all of the PMDG fleet is integrated into MSFS is when I will make the switch until then it sits in my Steam Hangar.

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  • HighFlier
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    Hold on now guys. Rob said the 727 sits behind him… Unless he has a wrap around desk, that 727 isn’t on his desk. The picture where he holds the 757 shows a bookshelf with quite a few planes on top. The 727 probably sits on a shelf.

  • EasternT3
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    I would say that saying "definitely" seems inccorrect (unless you work for PMDG and know other things), I mention the JS41 because somewhere in the operations centre, it mentions the JS41 for MSFS, therefore I thinks a fair assumption we could see it in MSFS - unless this was a previous thought, although RSR did say the new aircraft has been know for a couple years at least

    Also, they mention 14 products for MSFS, even with the current 3 boeings, the hinted 757 and DC6, I fail to see how that makes 14?

    EDIT : RSR in the interview pinned has said the 41 is likely to come to MSFS at some point
    Last edited by EasternT3; 22Nov2021, 08:15.

  • rsrandazzo
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    Mike- You are correct. MSFS lacks modern debugging tools and thus we cannot adequately develop or test anything in the platform. Even small changes for the 737 have to be implemented in P3D, tested, approved and then moved to MSFS. It is a really really bad situation but with some luck it will change in 2022. - RSR

  • JWarner32
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    What's the issue with releasing the MAX due to what happened irl? I'm not sure I understand. I'd love for someone to explain =)

  • JWarner32
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    That's not his desk, and that's an E-3.... Rip

  • JWarner32
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    I really wish someone would make a study-level A350. Hell, even Aerosoft. I just want an A350. I'm not even an Airbus guy and that plane makes me tingle.

  • JWarner32
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    SAME! The QW 787 is nice, but it's too.... computer-ish. I'd love a study-level feel to it =)

  • JWarner32
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    JS41 definitely won't be one of the aircraft in the pipeline. They've already said they've decided on what is in the pipeline and hinted at a 757. They've got this, plus the 747, 777, and the 737 to work with + updates to DC-6 and the other products being pushed into MSFS.

  • Steven Silva
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    I personally love all the variants of the B767. If someday PMDG comes to give life to the B767 for P3D / MSFS they will have a lot of fun since the B767 has many things like the B727 and this work can only be done by PMDG and rsrandazzo

  • kvuo75
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    if anything it sounds like p3d is the testbed.. the new lnav is coming to p3d well before msfs if i understood correctly

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  • Kevin Hall
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    It's not the structure, it's the systems. The flightdeck is nearly identical but the systems are quite different.

  • Yoshua
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    There still is a market. Hell a lot still use fsx and fs9. I'm sticking with P3D for probably another year. Waiting for PMDG of course and then other addons to be released before I fully switch to msfs.

  • Captain Kevin
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    Originally posted by offroadrocker3 View Post
    Anybody think there's still a market for P3D, or is everything unfortunately going to be developed only for MSFS now?
    They did say they would still be developing for P3D. I don't see any indication that this has changed.

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  • offroadrocker3
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    Anybody think there's still a market for P3D, or is everything unfortunately going to be developed only for MSFS now?

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  • ExcelAirways.UK
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    Ah the B767 Definately, especially the -200

  • wjh308
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    MSFS store is going to be a huge cash cow, probably triple PMDG’s user base. So when’s the triple holer coming (not the 727)?

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  • ual763
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    Robert, if you don’t have it already, I highly recommend this book on the restoration of this aircraft. The details are fantastic in it.

    https://www.amazon.com/-/es/Terris-T...S%2CB0000AY4YT
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