The PMDG 737 series was launched for Microsoft Flight Simulator, starting with the 737-700.
The Boeing 737 is one of the most popular aircraft in the skies today and is known around the world for being a workforce. Airlines use the plane to fly short and mid-range routes all over the world, and now PMDG has brought the popular plane to Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The package includes the 737-700 body type, which includes the passenger model, the BBJ variant and also the cargo type. Depending on the actual 737-700, you can also choose between aileron models or split skeins models.
One of the main features of the product is the extensive customization that can be done on a per livery basis. You can choose from hundreds of configurable options right inside the simulator. From variable items like displays to unit of measurement and much more. A number of fixtures can also be installed using the included PMDG Operations Center.
As with other PMDG products in the past, MSFS’s 737 includes deep system simulation. Every action you take as a virtual pilot will have an impact on other systems, which means that care and attention must be given in order for the aircraft to fly properly. The aircraft also features accurate flight modeling, a custom autopilot feature, and many other behind-the-scenes goodies that help make this aircraft one of the deepest simulators currently available for the platform.
PMDG also included detailed modeling, PBR texture work, and an original sound package that was recorded from a real aircraft.
Pilots looking for more of a challenge can take advantage of a built-in failure simulator that can be triggered manually, automatically or dynamically based on aircraft usage.
The current release version does not include EFB or effective weather radar, but PMDG plans to include these features in future free updates. Previously, regular updates were promised every two weeks to include bug fixes and more during “early adopter” interval. This early adoption period begins today and will continue even after the 737-900 is released (currently scheduled for sometime in September 2022).
You can buy the PMDG 737-700 for Microsoft Flight Simulator now from the PMDG Store for $69.99. Remember, once the 737-600 is released, the price will go up to $74.99.
For those looking to buy it for Xbox or through the in-sim Marketplace, the 737-700 will do just that Come later.
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- A fully customized system simulation of all major and minor aircraft systems and components.
- A highly sophisticated logical simulation of onboard information systems and aircraft management.
- PMDG custom flight model with improved physical augmentation.
- Solid-body physics of wing and tail surfaces.
- Fully customized flight control systems with normal, standby and reverse capability.
- Cockpit screens in high resolution
- Interchangeable equipment options for cockpit hardware
- Multiple user configurable options from across the global 737 operator fleet.
- Updated 737 option packages reflect operational improvements and changes to the global 737 fleet.
- A complete simulation of characteristic failures to cover almost all QRH scenarios as well as the real-time average failure simulation model.
- Native PMDG data link simulation compatible with simBrief integration.
- Incandescent and LED lighting packages, as well as full-dimming plane deck lights and alarms.
- drivable towing
- A custom audio package that takes advantage of advanced audio recording and playback technology for stunning realism.
- An acoustic environment was created using recordings from the aircraft recording effort using purpose tools.
- Highly integrated outdoor, indoor and indoor audio environments.
- The 737-700 includes a passenger configuration with both blended ailerons and split wing configurations.
- Includes Boeing Business jet with both wing and split wing configurations.
- The cargo ship includes a 737-700 BDSF with main cargo door with mixed ailerons.
- A full range of ground equipment for every type of aircraft, including passenger service vehicles, VIP vehicles for BBJ and cargo handling equipment for BDSF.
- Virtual cockpit model, with ultra-detailed textures, 3D rendering and reflective properties.
- Advanced animation technologies that take advantage of the new MSFS engine to truly bring the 737’s flight deck to life.
- The cockpit differences between passenger, cargo and BBJ aircraft are accurately displayed.
- PMDG 2.0 Operations Center for ease of installation and ease of receiving free product updates from PMDG.
- A full-featured tutorial will guide you through the proper operation of the 737 from start-up to shutdown.
- PMDG Simulations Official YouTube content to help new PMDG 737 pilots get the most out of their purchase.
- Free customer support on the customer forum and directly from our support team if needed.
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