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    Level D 767 for FSX Manual available

    I'm pleased to hear that Level D is producing an FSX version of their excellent 767 simulator. The manual, which would make quite a dent to the rain forrests, is available to download, as an appetizer:

    http://www.leveldsim.com/sevensix_downloads.asp

    While I'm on the subject, which other products are available for FSX which compare with this? I love the Level D 767 on FS9 because, having completed an Air Transport Licence (and 50 hours on 737), I like being able to fly from a cold, dark cockpit. FS9/X just doesn't quite do it for me with the stock aircraft.

    I'm particularly interested in aircraft that will allow external interfacing and the Level D 767 of FS9 has keyboard shortcuts for just about everything I think, making it quite easy to interface to. I think the have an SDK as well.

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    Hey there,

    You may want to look at the PMDG 737-700 This aircraft would be what I consider "equivalent" to the reality and realism Level D did on their 767.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Hale View Post
    Hey there,

    You may want to look at the PMDG 737-700 This aircraft would be what I consider "equivalent" to the reality and realism Level D did on their 767.
    I agree, PMDG is great and they are working on 737NGX for FSX and are rumoured to be introducing greater interface capability. Hope so, I'm sticking to XP until that happens. Paul, have you seen this? http://aerosimsolutions.googlepages.com/pcconfiguration
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