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    Boeing 737

    Hi, i own FS 2004 and am building a 737 but can anyone recommend some good boeing 737 software to add to my system becasue since reloading i have lost my brithish airways 737 fleet i bourght a while ago.

    I was looking at pmdg 737 or possibly 737pilot in command.

    i want as many switches to be modelled as possible and the graphics to be good inside the cockpit because the defualt 737 isn't good by any means to the real thing.

    can anyone advise,

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    If you are just using the aircraft software for the systems and switches I do not think there is anything better then the PMDG737!
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    Nothing better than PMDG 737...

    Pankaj

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    Well, I don't know the PIC, but from what I've read it is a very good aircraft, too. If it compares to the PMDG737NG it totally depends on you. You like modern glass cockpit design? Go for the PMDG. You're one of those steamgaugesmokers? Well, the classic 737 is beautiful, of course it is much more work to build such a cockpit, but in my opinion these "old" aircrafts have much more atmosphere than modern computer display collections.
    You see, it's a matter of personal taste


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