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PMDG Previews 737NG3 for MSFS

PMDG has again previewed their upcoming rendition of 737 NG3 for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This time, Robert Randazzo showed us the 737-700 variant instead. Making it the first-ever preview of this aircraft version in Microsoft Flight Simulator. As usual, the developer shared these previews through the PMDG forums.

In the first screenshot, the developer previewed the 737-700 BCF cargo variant at Chicago Airport. This aircraft version will offer the same things as the real counterpart. There are animated cargo doors and real-world aircraft configurations. In addition, through the ground equipment option in the FMC, you will be able to position the cargo loader and explore the main cargo deck of the aircraft. Moreover, Randazzo mentioned that he is going to preview some of these features in an upcoming video presentation.

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In the second picture, the developer previewed the BBJ version of the aircraft. This is an aircraft version targeted towards VIP customers. Therefore, in this aircraft version, we will be able to find a unique cabin configuration. As with the BCF version, this aircraft comes with its unique ground equipment. There is a staircase available in the ground equipment, which connect to door 1L.

Unfortunately, the developer hasn’t shared any further information about the aircraft as of yet. However, we can expect some presentation videos from PMDG, showcasing this aircraft type very soon, as mentioned above. If you would like to learn more about the PMDG 737 NG3 for Microsoft Flight Simulator, you can read our other article here.

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