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    New 737NG Avionic Suite

    Aerosoft Australia is developing an affordable, realistic and easy to use suite of avionics systems. Their goal is to remove the huge learning curve associated with aircraft avionics whilst maintaining accurate and complete displays.

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    Re: New 737NG Avionic Suite

    this is great news after the Sim Avionics price hike. very much looking forward to this. hopefully there will be a demo for us to get to grips with it.
    will be interesting to see what pricing will be. screenshots/graphics look good so let's hope it performs as good
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    Re: New 737NG Avionic Suite

    it does look good. Would this work with another aircraft as well or just for 737 series?
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    Re: New 737NG Avionic Suite

    Now we're talking.... that's what I like about free market!

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    Re: New 737NG Avionic Suite

    I love this package already!!!

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    Re: New 737NG Avionic Suite

    hello, just an update, all those issues i had with the plane not holding lnav or vnav or heading hold, was due to my microsoft fsx game, i uninstalled the whole thing, reinstalled it and now the aerosoft works perfectly and Andrew is also very good in helping as his replies are often quick and he is genuinely interested in helping you, so very good package (although the default 737 is abit finnicky at times).

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    Re: New 737NG Avionic Suite

    hi, its definitely a very good looking package, however i was disappointed with no SID/STAR features on the FMC - out of interest, what 737 do you use, is it the default 737 or another 737?

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    Re: New 737NG Avionic Suite

    I guess I should elaborate. I dont think Andrew intended for it to be a super detailed package for builders. For people looking for a step up at a reasonable price its great and serves a good purpose. Ive used the defualt 737 and POSKY model.

    I do find the MCP needs some tuning but as I said earlier for someone looking for a step up on a budget it is great. At some point I plan on fully implementing Prosim and theAerosoft software is a great interim choice for me

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    Re: New 737NG Avionic Suite

    At that price im very interested. I agree that products at a lower price point are sorely needed.

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    Re: New 737NG Avionic Suite

    i don't think this software from aerosoft is very realistic, there are no sid/stars, the fmc doesnt calculate your t/d or t/c and the autopilot doesnt hold vnan or lnav, not very good.

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