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Hello friends.

 

Aside from the real-world stuff and other flightsim things, I have been busy with another major project of mine. This is Boeing 737NG and Boeing 777 accurate aircraft cockpit configs for PMDG and iFly models. I have been doing this since 2015 in personal purposes, and for the Ukrainian flightsim community since 2017.
Now, with the experience, deep research and understanding, I decided to do all the airline operators of the world in order to increase the quality of flight simming.

 

Many popular airlines like Ryanair, Emirates, Norwegian are already done with many more to come. Please note that the fleet list is valid as at the revision date. I'll try to keep it up-to-date as much as possible.
Please read the installation and use the manual for more details.

 

Of course, your help will be highly appreciated should you be interested in helping. Feel free to contact me via the email flyprecisely(at)hotmail.com or Telegram @Mykyta_D regarding the project.

 

And I would like to say a big thank you to all the people who have already contributed this project with the information about the airlines and configs.

Please share this information on your resources and with your friends and colleagues.

 

Boeing 747, 757, 767, and 787 are also planned, but only after subject types are complete.

 

Keep safe and FlyPrecisely

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FlyPrecisely/

 

Links to the Google Drive. Later, I'll upload all of them to Aerosoft Forum file library.
B737NG: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1jnj0qGGwKUH99EYq4jUz6-nD-g3xVD5D

B777: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1aZGl-e03171NV_r_1J8FZ8pYFhWC5s7M

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All the B777 configs are uploaded to the Aerosoft file library. You can find either via search, or here: http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/profile/54077-inlovewithboeing/content/&type=downloads_file

 

Many popular Boeing 777 operators like Emirates, Turkish Airlines, Cathay Pacific, United Airlines etc. are present there, so enjoy. Feel free to give any feedback.

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Ladies and gentlemen

 

More than 100 airlines are available for Boeing 737NG, and around several dozens of Boeing 777 configs with more to come.

 

You can download them here:
B737NG: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1jnj0qGGwKUH99EYq4jUz6-nD-g3xVD5D

 

747 and 777 are here:
B747: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12Ph8X2QH0Q98JxWtEmfHsjWbP22AsrGg
B777: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folders/1aZGl-e03171NV_r_1J8FZ8pYFhWC5s7M
 
and on Aerosoft forum file library: https://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/profile/54077-flyprecisely/content/&type=downloads_file
 
If possible, please share these links with your flightsim fellows for awareness.
Any feedback if welcome.

You may consider subscribing to my dedicated Facebook page and also checking the Google Drive folders for new updates.
https://www.facebook.com/FlyPrecisely

 

 

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19 hours ago, Willibird_753 said:

How do you create these configs? Do you just go through cockpit photos available on Airliners/Jetphotos/flickr or YouTube videos like the rest of us or do you have a better source?

 

Yes, I use these, and I also use full Justplanes/Viking Aviation/Air-clips movies where possible.

I also research the options, study whether they are applicable for the airframe (like new/old MCP on B737NG, EVO/non-EVO CFM56-7B on 737NG etc.). This helps me to narrow down the variety of options.

I also have real-world data from some airlines shared on strict conditions of non-disclosure.

 

Few airline configs are indeed generic when there is basically nothing on the internet, however I doubt that many flightsimmers fly those in the sim at all.

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A better place for this is in our open forum rather than in the Aerosoft product related sections. I moved this for you, with a link in the prior location pointing to the new one. 

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vor 13 Stunden , FlyPrecisely sagte:

 

Yes, I use these, and I also use full Justplanes/Viking Aviation/Air-clips movies where possible.

I also research the options, study whether they are applicable for the airframe (like new/old MCP on B737NG, EVO/non-EVO CFM56-7B on 737NG etc.). This helps me to narrow down the variety of options.

I also have real-world data from some airlines shared on strict conditions of non-disclosure.

 

Few airline configs are indeed generic when there is basically nothing on the internet, however I doubt that many flightsimmers fly those in the sim at all.

 

Okay, so basically, what we can expect when using your configs: we can rely on the public stuff being researched thoroughly and correctly (photos, videos, maybe PMDG forum entries like the one about the Qantas 738) - which is great cause it is such tedious and painstaking work 😄

 

Furthermore, you made the effort to talk to airlines and got to use some of their data, which I was always to lazy to do.

 

- in conclusion I can say you're doing awesome work, your configs will be the first place I look from now on. I'm probably one of the bigger nerds around when it comes to these things but I'll gladly take the shortcut before spending hours to research my own configs!

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On 12/21/2020 at 7:33 AM, Herman said:

A better place for this is in our open forum rather than in the Aerosoft product related sections. I moved this for you, with a link in the prior location pointing to the new one. 

Thank you very much.

 

On 12/21/2020 at 10:49 AM, Willibird_753 said:

 

Okay, so basically, what we can expect when using your configs: we can rely on the public stuff being researched thoroughly and correctly (photos, videos, maybe PMDG forum entries like the one about the Qantas 738) - which is great cause it is such tedious and painstaking work 😄

 

Furthermore, you made the effort to talk to airlines and got to use some of their data, which I was always to lazy to do.

 

- in conclusion I can say you're doing awesome work, your configs will be the first place I look from now on. I'm probably one of the bigger nerds around when it comes to these things but I'll gladly take the shortcut before spending hours to research my own configs!

 

Thank you for your kind words, I'll keep going with more new configs to come.

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