View Full Version : Level-D 767-300ER for FSX: 1st SP released
07-17-2007, 09:47 AM
This package is legenadary since the times it weas released for FS2000, under the title of "Pilot in Command". First service pack for FSX has been released now.
Note to myself': need to fly it more often again.
07-17-2007, 01:00 PM
Still waiting for PMDG to get their FSX act together myself. The Level-D aeroplane is very cool too of course, but I want an FSX-capable PMDG B737 with a working overhead!
07-17-2007, 02:02 PM
"Working overhead panel?" But the 767 has that, too. ;) The functionality of all it's switches also is linked realistically.
But I do not know the PMDG-737. I knew the Dreamfleet-737 in FS7/8, and do own the 747 by PMDG. But I never fly it. somehow, my karma always leads me back to the 767 PIC, when airliners are talked of.
The packlage (767) also came with one hour of cockpit video, describing dark&cold, over in-flight, to landing and taxing to parking. Cool. I recognized and understood all what I saw!
07-17-2007, 04:56 PM
Yup, the PMDG 737 didn't have a fully working overhead panel in the virtual cockpit, you had to use a 2D pop-up panel (unlike their B747, which of course does). That of course is at least one of the advantages of FS9 at the moment, in that there are many more really cool modern airliners available for it.
Another one I am waiting for is an FSX version of the Captain Sim B-727, which along with the PMDG stuff is probably the only reason FS9 is still on my hard drive, as the flight model in FSX is just so much more convincing, so I need all those funky jets to enable me to fly them with believable turbulence and thermal activity.
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