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Tubrine Sound Studios Previews Boeing 777 PW-4090

Turbine Sound Studios, the team behind some of your favourite sound packages, previewed a short clip of their Boeing 777 PW-4090 engine sound set. The video shows what you can expect in the external view.  The PW-4090 can be found on the real-life Boeing 777-200ER, which hasn’t been modeled by PMDG. This will please those that want a more authentic sound experience when using the PMDG 777 considering only one engine type is modeled by the aircraft developers. This news comes after they released their Trent 892 sound set for the PMDG 777 last year.

Just to make it clear, it doesn’t add the characteristics of the engine, but replaces the current sounds found in your installation.

No word yet on a release date, but we’ll keep an eye on it.

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PMDG Push Updates for 737NGX (all) and 777-200LR product lines

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Mr Robert Randazzo over at PMDG has released some new unexpected information regarding their 737 NGX series (including the 600/700) and 777-200LR product line on the Avsim Forums today. Randazzo has explained that they're pushing out "a few small, cleanup updates that should be propagating out in the PMDG Operations Center as we speak". As well as these updates concerning
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Turbine Sound Studios Releases Boeing 777-GE90-115B Sound pack

TSS 777 GE90 115B Pilot Edition FSX P3D
Turbine Sound Studios (TSS) have today released their anticipated Boeing 777 777-GE90-115B sound pack for the PMDG 777 series. The new sound pack contains sounds for both inter alia and external engine sounds. Further sounds include custom distance sounds and wind effects. In totals there are 71 new sounds to accompany your twin-engine jet. You can watch the promotional video above
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PMDG Push Update for 777-200LR/F


Users of the PMDG 777-200LR/F will already be enjoying it in P3DV4, whilst they eagerly await the 300ER to be compatible. In the mean time, it appears PMDG have worked to further enhance the 777 line with a new update pushed out via the micro-update system inside the PMDG Operations Centre.

The new update is considered minor, but has added the same ground rolling friction functionality as found with the PMDG 747 Queen of the Skies II. Furthermore, other items were fixed as well as correcting a bug that caused brakes to overheat in some unexpected conditions.

Right now, this update it only live for both Prepar3D platforms, but FSX and FSX:SE versions will be updated over the weekend.

The next update due is the 777-300ER, which is expected once Lockheed Martin release a hotfix for P3D V4 later this week.

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Airline2Sim 777 Cadet+ Training Program Coming This Summer

Airline2sim 777 Plus Coming Soon
We're huge fans of the guys over at Airline2Sim. The team have worked tirelessly to create wonderful video training packages, with the latest being their fantastic 777 Cadet Program. We loved it and you guys should take a look at buying it as even veteran users will learn something new. Whilst the 777 Cadet Program was great, there's still much
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Turbine Sound Studios Preview of Trent-892 for PMDG 777

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Despite the fact that PMDG have only modelled the GE-90 engines for their impressive 777 line-up, many fans have eagerly awaited other engine variants and aircraft model types to be added. Right now, it doesn't seem like it will happen any time soon. However, Turbine Sound Studios have stepped up to the plate to offer a soundset for the Trent-892 which
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Developer Month: Airline2Sim Interview

Welcome to the FSElite Developer Month. Our theme this year is about delivering for the community and part of that is delivering great content to you all. As part of our commitment to you all, we're pleased to announced Developer Month - a month themed solely around celebrating our great development community. Over the course of March, you'll be treated
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Airline2Sim PMDG 777 Cadet Program: The FSElite Review

The PMDG 777 is on the best aircraft available for flightsim. Without a doubt, it’s got excellent features, a stellar virtual cockpit and it performs extremely well. One of the best features of it is how easy it is to get to grips with. You can be on the runway one minute and cruising at FL350 before you know it.
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