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PMDG 777-/9X for 2021?

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  • Mike777
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    Stefan, you really didn't need to quote PMDG's Rule 1, especially not in RED -- a friendly reminder would have sufficed. Technically you are right, but on a wild guess, I suspect that Blakewilliams22 name is "Blake Williams."

    As a reminder, here is PMDG's Rule 2:
    "BE NICE. We are all simmers here and no matter our differences of opinion, we share a common love of aviation, computing and simulation. Treat everyone else in the forum with respect even when you disagree. If someone frustrates you, walk away from the conversation or ask for a moderator to get involved. Speaking of Moderators, they prefer not to be treated as "The Thought Police" but if any behavior infringes on the enjoyment of another user or is otherwise considered to be unacceptable in the moderator's judgment, it will be addressed in keeping with our view of ensuring that this forum remains a healthy environment for all simmers."

  • VBHB
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    787 first please.

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  • Stefan_888
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    Originally posted by Blakewilliams22 View Post
    This would be amazing - ONLY if they actually simulated the new flight deck. Wouldn't be worth it if it was just the exterior 3d model with the 772 cockpit.
    PMDG FORUM RULES

    1) SIGN YOUR POSTS. Since 1997, we have asked users to sign their real name, first and last, to all posts in the PMDG forum. We do this in order to keep conversations personal and familiar. You took the time to be here, we want to get to know you. This is one of the few rigid rules that we enforce regularly. We do so because we feel that forums in which users must engage one another personally are generally warmer, more collegial and friendly. Posts that are unsigned will be quietly removed without comment by the moderators, so to make your life easy- we recommend enabling your forum signature so that you never need to remember. Do this by clicking the username pull-down at the top right, then selecting "User Settings." You will find the signature editor on the ACCOUNT tab, about half way down the page. Look for "Edit Post Signature." Be sure to click the "Show Signatures" box.

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  • Blakewilliams22
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    This would be amazing - ONLY if they actually simulated the new flight deck. Wouldn't be worth it if it was just the exterior 3d model with the 772 cockpit.

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  • Paulyg123
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    Originally posted by clive6354 View Post
    Yes the 767, a beautiful aircraft. I flew the 767 back in the days when it was developed by Level-D, sadly Level-D was unable to keep pace with the technology

    Clive Alexander
    I remember when they were the only game in town. The LD767 was a game changer at the time and was the inspiration to get me into sim aviation.

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  • clive6354
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    Yes the 767, a beautiful aircraft. I flew the 767 back in the days when it was developed by Level-D, sadly Level-D was unable to keep pace with the technology

    Clive Alexander

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  • Mickel
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    15% more passengers in a 77-9 compared to a 78-10

  • Ephedrin
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    a PMDG 757 or 767 would really be great, but I personally doubt it will come.

  • Stefan_888
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    Originally posted by Paulyg123 View Post
    Is the 777-9 the longest commercial plane ever? ~252 ft
    If Boeing releases 777-10x it will be over 80m long...
    But 777x could come into existence in 2024/2025 or later.
    Boeing isn't keen on giving data so easily.
    P.S
    I would like to see 787-8/9/10 or 757-200/300🤗 as the next project...
    Last edited by Stefan_888; 25Jan2020, 17:11.

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  • Paulyg123
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    Is the 777-9 the longest commercial plane ever? ~252 ft

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  • KVSandleben
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    Someone really has to break down for me why Boeing thinks/thought this is an airframe that is lacking on the market.
    I don't get it. The 78 line is more than enough to replace the 77 in it's entirety.

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  • davidnorfolk96
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    If they were to do it, it probably won't be for years. Unless PMDG has access to the data already.

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  • AlexFarmer
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    Don't forget the fact they can't just go to Boeing and use a 77X. It wouldn't have entered service in your timeline and you expect PMDG to recreate it? I'd say 2024-25 minimum to see something like that personally.

  • Hendrik96
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    Yes indeed, especially the 747(-8) series is far away from being outdated, so I think it should make its way into FS2020 (perhabs as an enhanced version).

  • CBT_Phoenix
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    vadriver, for you there is no need, but probably 90% of the community still wants to enjoy the amazing aircrafts that made the history of Boeing and PMDG. Not having them in the new sim would mean to ignore all the past of PMDG and would also be extremely disappointing for a lot of customers as they're previewing future releases of their major products for FS2020. It will still take a lot of time to make an accurate (fully in PMDG style) 777-9 from scratch.

  • vadriver
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    no need to adapt the 747 and current 777 to the new FS2020 for me .... so pmdg 779 might have the earlier EIS in P3D4xx

  • Hendrik96
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    Yes, a PMDG 777-9X would be a great aircraft. But I doubt that this would be that fast, I think 2022/3 would be more realistic as a complete new development... furthermore they need to adapt the 747 and current 777 to the new FS2020.

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  • Swaluver88
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    Basically a MAX and 78 combined

  • hallweston31
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    I honestly would love a 777-9x even though it would be a big difference between the old and new 777x given the cockpit is basically new. But the 777-9 is sexyyyyy

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  • Ephedrin
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    But only if there's no tailwind during beta

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  • Swaluver88
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    On a side note great advertising by Boeing on this live feed. You've had kc46, 789s, a 737max, a dream lifter and a 763 fedex, a 773 all takeoff and land on stream. Their PR is doing their job well
    Last edited by Swaluver88; 24Jan2020, 20:58.

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  • EvantheKidDS
    started a topic PMDG 777-/9X for 2021?

    PMDG 777-/9X for 2021?

    As when I'm writing this, the Boeing 777-9X Prototype is getting ready for it's first flight. In a year or so, could this be a possibility?
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