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    Hi,

    Hi, my name is Martin, I live in Holland, my work is in IT and I have the good fortune to work for an airline at Schiphol airport which provides me with a lot of information about real world flying.
    I love flying heavy metal and am at the moment in the process of building an MCP although there doesn't seem to be a way to interface it with my PMDG 737. Keeps me off the street though.
    I'm really looking forward to being a member of this friendly community.

    cheers

    Martin

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    Welcome

    If we are lucky, then the next pmdg 737 NGX (for FSX) have interfacing possibilities. There are some rumours about it. Crossing my fingers

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    Welcome to the club Martin.
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    Welcome to MyCockpit Martin,

    My CP Flight MCP interfaces with PMDG without a problem so a home made MCP should work ok. CP Flight operates through keystroke assignments via FSUIPC.

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    Hey Martin
    Welcome to the club. Where at SPL do you work, we can catch up on sim-talk there. I work at SPL-C Vracht 2/3.
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    Kester,

    I work in Triport 3 , Transavia.

    cheers

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    welcome to the club martin.

    Quite a few dutchies in here now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnoize View Post
    Quite a few dutchies in here now.

    Stef
    Hey Stef... Isn't that a kind of donut? I go to my favorite coffee shop and order Dutchies all the time buddy. There good..

    Martin. Welcome to Mycockpit.org. It is great to have more talent every day. Please keep us updated on your progress.

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    Welcome to the site Martin. Glad to have you aboard.
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