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    777 for MSFS

    Sorry for what could be a repeat question.

    I've read and heard a lot of good things on PMDG. I'm wondering if there are plans to bring a 777 to MSFS and so where does this sit in the development roadmap?

    Beyond that, are there plans for the 787 or any other widebody varients?

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    Originally posted by kiwis View Post
    Sorry for what could be a repeat question.

    I've read and heard a lot of good things on PMDG. I'm wondering if there are plans to bring a 777 to MSFS and so where does this sit in the development roadmap?

    Beyond that, are there plans for the 787 or any other widebody varients?
    Please add your first and last name to your post as per forum rules.
    See here.
    https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...pdated-25feb19
    The 777 will be implemented into MSFS right after the 737.
    Danny Z.Cebis

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      #3
      The PMDG 737,777 and 747 are planned to come to the platform. The 737 series is going to come first (600,700,800 and 900) The max is confirmed to be coming but I cannot tell you when to expect it as I do not know, The 777 is in early stages of development with the VC (Virtual Cockpit) Being worked on at the moment.. I don't know much details about the 74 series at the moment.

      Exciting times ahead!
      Jason O'Neill - EICK

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        #4
        Would have preferred the 777 first.
        PMDG Cultist...Chris Honke (CYYZ)

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          #5
          Originally posted by Boomer View Post
          Would have preferred the 777 first.
          I mean, I would have preferred the 747 first, but unfortunately, neither of us get to make that decision.
          Captain Kevin

          Kevin Yang

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            #6
            Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
            I mean, I would have preferred the 747 first, but unfortunately, neither of us get to make that decision.
            Yeah good call as an owner of the QOS2.
            PMDG Cultist...Chris Honke (CYYZ)

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              #7
              Originally posted by kiwis View Post
              Sorry for what could be a repeat question.

              I've read and heard a lot of good things on PMDG. I'm wondering if there are plans to bring a 777 to MSFS and so where does this sit in the development roadmap?

              Beyond that, are there plans for the 787 or any other widebody varients?
              It’s always worth reading PMDG’s Sticky posts or doing a search in the relevant forum first; especially when you want answers to general questions like yours, because they can usually be found in the General Discussion, News and Announcements forum. Nine times out of ten you will find an official PMDG statement, or feedback from other users which will very likely give you an answer.

              If an answer doesn’t exist then go ahead and ask the question in the relevant forum, or submit a support ticket if it is for a technical issue. But in my experience we shouldn’t be disappointed when we don’t get the answer we might be looking for, because PMDG have said many times that they will only announce release dates etc for their different aircraft when they are good and ready.
              Michael Codd

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                #8
                Originally posted by Boomer View Post
                Would have preferred the 777 first.
                Me tooooooo B777 please!!!

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Boomer View Post
                  Would have preferred the 777 first.
                  Me too, but I also feel it’s good for them to learn MSFS development techniques before tackling the 777 and 747 for that matter
                  Alaister Kay

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                    #10
                    him said something about B777 Here JT welcomes Robert from PMDG to his show! 9/9 - Sky Blue Radio - Podcast.co

                    Grettings Petter ​
                    Petter Storvik

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