A High-Fidelity Boeing 737 Next Generation (N.G.) Flight Simulator.

A HighFidelity Boeing 737 Next Generation (N.G.) Flight Simulator.

By: David Michael Edwards B.S., M.B.A.

David’s LinkedIn Professional Profile can be read by clicking here.

The Boeing Company, New York Stock Exchange (N.Y.S.E.) ticker listing “BA“, entry-level and narrow body 737 airline transport category is the Icon of historical airline based travel globally for a generation.

The Boeing 737 (B737) is the safest, most robust and widely disseminated aircraft in modern turbojet aviation history. First conceived in 1964, the first B737 flew in 1967, according to Slotnick (2019).

Southwest Airlines took the first delivery of the first B737-700 N.G. in December 17, 1997, according to Boeing-a (2019). The currently airborne B737 Next Generation (B737 N.G.) has been effectively utilized routinely and robustly in global operational service since 1997. Southwest Airlines is the largest operator of the B737 N.G. line of aircraft with six-hundred and ninety-five (695) in operation as of June 3, 2019, according to Smithson (2019). The Iconic United Airlines has three hundred and twenty-nine (329) B737 N.G. in operation as of June 3, 2019 (Smithson, 2019). American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Sun Country, and the private air transport operator Swift Air have 304, 217, 138, 18, and 4 B737 N.G. aircraft in operation, respectively, as of June 9, 2019, according to Smithson (2019). Noteable European operators of the B737 N.G. include thed discount Ryanair Airline, Norwegian Airlines and Turkish Airlines (Smithson, 2019).

The B737 N.G. brand and product line includes the 700, 800, and 900 variants seating 126, 162, 178 passengers in a two class configuration respecitvely, accoring to Boeing-b (2019).

Interested and motivated individuals and entities with sufficient and expendable resources and time can expect and anticipate to spend Millions of U.S.D‘s. to purchase a United States (U.S.) Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.) approved, certified, and current LevelD six-degrees (6-degrees) of freedom full-motion flight simulator airlines routinely utilize to train and certify their pilots.

Less resourceful individuals and entities can utilize HighFidelity Personal Computer (P.C.) based technologies at, and with, an achievable acquisition cost. The two current premier high-fidelity P.C. based flight simualtors on the market are Austin Meyer‘s XPlane 11, by his Laminar Research company, and Lockheed Martin‘s Prepar 3D version 4 (P3Dv4) flight simulator platforms. XPlane 11 can be purchased for $59.99 U.S.D. by clicking here, while Lockheed Martin‘s Prepar 3D version 4 (P3Dv4) can be purchased for $59.95 U.S.D. (Student Version) or $199.00 U.S.D. for the professional version by clicking here. Interestingly, The Microsoft Corporation appears to be commited to rebooting their iconic legacy Microsoft Flight Simulator platform utilizing modern P.C. hardware technology, internet, modern cross-functional collaborative technologies, and legally binding agreements. The highly anticipated Microsoft Flight Simulator is anticipated to be released in 2020. Limited and tickled down information, screenshots, and videos can be viewed by joining the Microsoft Flight SimulatorInsider” program by clicking here. Lastly, the Microsoft Flight Simulator will be released for the Microsoft XBOX ONE gaming console.

Robert Randazzo a former regional airline pilot Captain for a United Airlines contracted subsidiary, United Express, founded, formed, molded, and developed the Precision Manuals Development Group (P.M.D.G.) Licensed Legal Company (L.L.C.) over the last few decades. In addition to Robert Randazzo’s noteable and significant airline flying experience with the BeechCraft 1900D twin turboprop regional airline aircraft he is also type rated in the Boeing 747400 by the U.S. F.A.A. Captain Randazzo and P.M.D.G. have soley pioneered the High-Fidelity airline transport category aircraft flight simulation for the P.C. based markets and has constantly spearheaded the market “Moving Forward.” Noteably, Lefteris Kalamaras‘s Flight Sim Labs has become an invovative developer and player in the same market producing High-Fidelity flight simulators for the Airbus Industries A319 and A320 aircraft. Flight sim labs is developing and Airbus A321 high-fidelity flight simlator. Lefteris Kalamaras previously worked with and collaborated with Robert Randazzo and P.M.D.G.

On Thursday November 7, 2019 (11/7/2019), P.M.D.G. released their HighFidelity Boeing 737 Next-Generation (N.G.) B737 N.G. flight simulator for Lockeed Martin’s Prepar3D version 4 (P3Dv4) flight simulator platform. Captain Ranadzzo and the P.M.D.G. team have molded, crafted, and meticulously modeled the simulation for over two decades in collaboration with The Boeing Company and airline pilotS and industry collaborators to make certain the simulations and flight dynamics characteristics mirror and mimic the real aircraft. The “P.M.D.G. 737NGxU” requires the purchase of the Lockheed Martin‘s P3Dv4.4+ (or above/newer version) flight simulator platform for it function, while recommending P3Dv4.5+ (or above/newer version).

The P.M.D.G. 737NGxU image is source from Precision Manuals Development Group: https://pmdg.com/pmdg-737ngxu-base-package-for-prepar3d-v4/

The P.M.D.G. 737NGxU provides robust and deep aircraft systems, flight models & flight dynamics with unmatched visual texture details and 3Dimentional (3D) modeling details. P.M.D.G. is selling their P.M.D.G. 737NGxU for $99.99 U.S.D. with full cost/price-credit for their future version CODENAMED737NG3″ product. The P.M.D.G. Boeing 737NG3 is being developed for the Micorosft Flight Simualtor, which is anticipated to be publicly released in 2020. This offer is valid through December 31, 2019 (12/31/2019). The detailed specifications and purchase portal for the P.M.D.G. 737NGxU can be accessed by clicking here.

David Michael Edwards, author of this article, Founder, Chief Executive Office (C.E.O.), and Editor-In-Chief of Aerospace Weekly (A.W.), direcly reached out to P.M.D.G. through their P.M.D.G. website online support system as a Professional Curtesy to request a “Free” “PressCopy” for a critical review of the flight simulator. Chris Markis (P.M.D.G. Customer and Product Support) responded and replied “I am afraid currently we can not offer a press copy. Sorry to disappoint. ” Aerospace Weekly (A.W.) has subsequently purchased a copy of the flight simulator.


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