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Will one of the PMDG 737 versions have the cockpit eyebrow windows uncovered?

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    Will one of the PMDG 737 versions have the cockpit eyebrow windows uncovered?

    Greetings PMDG captains,

    wow today in a video I have seen how good the 737 NG cockpit would look like with these two upper “eyebrow windows” uncovered!


    This looks beyond impressive and gives the cockpit a fantastic panorama view to the stars when night flying, and a perfect vision outside to the airport while flying the steep curves during the final landing approach.
    What do you think: Will PMDG bless us with a version that features uncovered 737 eyebrow windows?

    I know this is not exactly conform with reality because only military versions of the 737 like the T-43 Surveiller have these eyebrow windows not covered with cockpit plastic material, but it would look gorgeous if open or covered upper windows could be chosen on the Electronic Flight Bag tablet screen.....
    Have a good flight, Linden Shenandoah 🐱

    Originally posted by Jet Cat View Post
    What do you think: Will PMDG bless us with a version that features uncovered 737 eyebrow windows?
    Didn't they do so already? I believe it's in the FMC options.

    Do note however that no 737 that's been produced in the last 10 years has this anymore. It's a discarded option.


      Sorry but I didn´t know this is possible because I don´t have Prepar3D or X-Plane installed.
      I was seeing this today for the first time ever in one of today´s videos after having watched several dozen or so 737 videos during the year.
      Youtuber never use the HUD either, and also never have the eyebrow windows open - all YouTubers seem to ignore the most awesome and uniqué features and I often find interesting features the first time when installing an airplane myself on my own computer.

      I think this eyebrow window uncovering feature for these super-iconic windows will be in the Flight Sim 20 version implemented too
      I hope they won´t discard this feature because open eyebrow windows give the 737 cockpit truly uniquè open spacy and panorama-window-like atmosphere.
      Have a good flight, Linden Shenandoah 🐱


        Originally posted by Emi View Post
        Didn't they do so already? I believe it's in the FMC options.
        You would be correct.
        Captain Kevin

        Kevin Yang


          WONDERFUL! This plane will be a day one buy of course.
          These 737 panorama windows are absolute classy and uniqué.
          Have a good flight, Linden Shenandoah 🐱