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    Default Air transat A321LR and B77W

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    Who knows a model creator who can make an A321LR NEO air transat and another air transat but a ssp B77W? Compatible with fsx and p3d
    thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSTT-EDDF View Post
    Hello
    Who knows a model creator who can make an A321LR NEO air transat and another air transat but a ssp B77W? Compatible with fsx and p3d
    thank you
    I see that you haven't yet corrected your signature, as we've discussed it the last time that we've met. But if you ask me, you don't have to correct it. As long as I am able to read all the words that you've written, and as long as I am able to understand you, it's fine.

    Back on topic. For Airbus, I am not the perfect man who you should ask. But the second part of your question is interesting.

    You think that Air Transat should operate Boeing 777s? Well, I don't like to disappoint you, but, if we both were visiting Dorval tomorrow, then we'd perceive that Air Transat does not operate Boeing 777s.

    Let's talk about your avatar. Call me a liar, but that's not either a Boeing. It rather seems like an A332. But I know what you mean:

    Isn't there somebody who offers an Air Transat livery for a pretty decent simulator, based on fsx. Right?

    The answer is yes. It's not your avatar but... this bird is also part of the real Air Transat fleet:
    Air Transat B737-800 at Dorval

    For fsx in combination with 737-800, I know only one company that you should ask: Precision Manuals, or in short pmdg. That product is not cheap, but you didn't ask for freeware, or did you.
    So, you need two things, first, the pmdg 737-800 fsx. After you've purchased that, you can come back to this topic and I'll introduce you to the magnificent world of Precision Manuals.
    Who btw is a crowd that only rarely publishes fictional liveries like an Air Transat 777. I haven't found that for fsx. But the 738 is available for fsx.
    70 years are not much, in terms of US-American democracy. And not either if you chose the right employer..
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