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Ian P
Friday, January 3, 2014 16:39

Then you evidently aren’t using many of the capabilities of the NG!

Regardless, a lot of people want what you don’t, so while I respect your opinion, I equally respectfully have to disagree.

Colin Ware
Thursday, January 2, 2014 23:43

Having driven the Dreamfleet 737 400 till the wheels fell off, I don’t really see much difference in flying procedures from the 400 to the NGX…not enough to want to buy it.

Ian P
Thursday, January 2, 2014 18:00

The Classics are “hybrid” rather than Glass Cockpit. They don’t use big multi-function displays, they used small single function displays (and in some cases, as you say, steam gauges as part of the panel). The operation of a B734/5/6 is far more akin to a B737-1/2 cockpit than a -6/7/8/9, but without the limitations inherent to the airframe and particularly engines of the original -1/-2. With three already on the market, albeit as you say all of them less than ideal, it would be a very brave company who released another 737-1/-2 or NG. The “Classic” is a very popular… Read more »

Colin Ware
Thursday, January 2, 2014 16:18

What I’d really like to see is a good 727, actually…the Captain Sim has big problems including a f’up flight director. wish Dreamfleet had ported their bird over…

Colin Ware
Thursday, January 2, 2014 16:17

I’d like a quality 200 personally…sadly the MILVZ has lots of problems and the Just Flight bird is a joke. And I stopped buying Captain Sim years ago…