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    P3D 737??

    I was going to buy the 737 600/700 as I have the 737-800 for P3D V5 already but I see it was no longer listed...? Will I be able to buy it or is it gone forever?

    Thnaks!

    Brandon James
    Brandon James

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    700 is there. 600 is a separate product separate charge and it's coming out in 6 weeks.
    https://pmdg.com/msfs/
    Aleks Matrosov

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      #3
      Originally posted by matrosov View Post
      700 is there. 600 is a separate product separate charge and it's coming out in 6 weeks.
      https://pmdg.com/msfs/
      He's asking about the NGXu for P3D, not the MSFS version.
      Captain Kevin

      Kevin Yang

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        #4
        Originally posted by matrosov View Post
        700 is there. 600 is a separate product separate charge and it's coming out in 6 weeks.
        https://pmdg.com/msfs/
        The 700 is not on the store for P3D no 737 is on the store for P3D.
        Brandon James

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          #5
          Ah misread the post. What do you know it's gone guess in first 24 hours of sales MSFS 737 outsold all of their fleet combined since inception of the company and they are moving to that island in Bahamas so they can buy that dude some dinner. I wouldn't be surprised if they say that NGXU is dead. Additional T7 QOS development for P3D is stopped and they are abandoning platform.
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            #6
            Originally posted by matrosov View Post
            Ah misread the post. What do you know it's gone guess in first 24 hours of sales MSFS 737 outsold all of their fleet combined since inception of the company and they are moving to that island in Bahamas so they can buy that dude some dinner. I wouldn't be surprised if they say that NGXU is dead. Additional T7 QOS development for P3D is stopped and they are abandoning platform.
            Well I do hope we get to have a chance to buy it... If I would have known it was going to be taken down I would have got it a few days ago. I do hope that users that have the 737-800 can have a option to buy the 700/600 maybe in the orders page or something like that if you own the 800 already.
            Brandon James

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              #7
              let's hope so. Those older P3D planes are going to be stop gap for many cockpit builder for probably at least another two years. Either that or they'd have to pack up and migrate to Xplane.
              Aleks Matrosov

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                #8
                If I were to venture a guess, I would guess that PMDG temporarily removed all 737 products for P3D from their site during the initial launch of the MSFS 737 in order to prevent anyone from buying the wrong version and then having to deal with the refund requests. Again, this is just my theory
                Michael Sill

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                • JWarner32
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                  Smart man

                #9
                Originally posted by brndn220 View Post
                I was going to buy the 737 600/700 as I have the 737-800 for P3D V5 already but I see it was no longer listed...? Will I be able to buy it or is it gone forever?

                Thnaks!

                Brandon James
                Most likely this is a temporary thing to prevent a bunch of folks from accidentally purchasing the wrong product. I can imagine with the chaos of folks trying to buy buy buy, they fail to pay attention which results in them buying the wrong thing and more of a headache for PMDG. It'll most likely be back shortly.
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                  #10
                  Originally posted by Keirtt View Post

                  Most likely this is a temporary thing to prevent a bunch of folks from accidentally purchasing the wrong product. I can imagine with the chaos of folks trying to buy buy buy, they fail to pay attention which results in them buying the wrong thing and more of a headache for PMDG. It'll most likely be back shortly.
                  Yeah, I will come back in a few days and maybe it will be back up. I sure hope it will be back up as I will be on P3D for a few more years. I have MSFS but I am not ready to move over just yet, I would like to wait it out a bit first and let all the stuff that needs worked on get worked on. Not only that, I spent a good amount of money on P3D and don't want to switch over right yet as I enjoy P3D right now as well.
                  Brandon James

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                    #11
                    Originally posted by DrJ1 View Post
                    If I were to venture a guess, I would guess that PMDG temporarily removed all 737 products for P3D from their site during the initial launch of the MSFS 737 in order to prevent anyone from buying the wrong version and then having to deal with the refund requests. Again, this is just my theory
                    Folks,

                    michael called it correctly.

                    This is a temporary provision to prevent overly excited MSFS users from grabbing the wrong one and creating a support transaction to fix the issue.

                    Once things calm down a bit we will bring the P3D versions back online. Probably later this week..
                    Robert S. Randazzo
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                    • Vicinian
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                      Good forward thinking.

                    #12
                    Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post

                    Folks,

                    michael called it correctly.

                    This is a temporary provision to prevent overly excited MSFS users from grabbing the wrong one and creating a support transaction to fix the issue.

                    Once things calm down a bit we will bring the P3D versions back online. Probably later this week..

                    Thank you so much! I can now relax!

                    Also, congrats on the MSFS release.
                    Brandon James

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