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iainmac123
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737 winglets

Unread post by iainmac123 »

any chance that you could add the dual winglet/sharklets (up and down wing tip) on the 737 package or make a 737 max. Would really make the experience much cooler!
stetod
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In a discussion that I had with iFly about modifying their B737 NG to this, they eluded to the fact that in 2020 they are planning to introduce B737 MAX.
matwin
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Unread post by matwin »

is that payware?
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Unread post by stetod »

Matwin;

Yes iFly is payware, but well worth it. Having been a Naval Aviator, I flew P-3 and C-9 Variants and I will say that the iFly payware provides the most accurate experience of a cold start and flight characteristics. Well worth the money to have a realistic experience.

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Unread post by Gh0stRider203 »

if you think iFly is good....you need to try PMDG ;) Granted they ain't cheap...but worth every cent! The only 737, 747 and 777 I fly are PMDG
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