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PMDG’s first product for the next generation flight simulator has recently received a new minor update bringing new improvements and bug fixes to the legendary Douglas DC-6 for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Being already the second update released for the aircraft this month, it brings improvements to the air conditioning systems, improved hardware support, and visual […]

We can almost hear some of you say to yourselves, “where do I even begin to figure out how to operate this thing?”. Well look no further! We’ve got you covered with our new video tutorial series for the Douglas DC6 that will walk you through everything you need to familiarize yourself with this aircraft […]

FS2Crew is pleased to announced that FS2Crew for the PMDG 777 has been updated to Version 3.4. This is a free update that brings FS2Crew in line with the recent PMDG 777 update. Change Log Coughing and paper sounds removed per user request. Ground service handling updated to match new menu layout in the latest PMDG […]

I hope all of you had a nice holiday season and that your 2021 is shaping up to be an improvement over what we have all experienced with 2020. I’m sure all of you are as tired as we are of being locked down, held in place, and unable to enjoy personal time with friends, […]

Robert from PMDG gives us a update on the PMDG product line!

Some notes on the pending HF2 update from Lockheed Martin and what to expect from PMDG – PMDG Simulations. We have been holding updates to the 737 and 747 product lines, pending the release of the Prepar3D v5 HF2 update. It seems that this update has been giving the dev team at Lockheed Martin some […]

In a forum post today, Rob Randazzo let’s us know that they have released the “short body” members of the 737NG fleet, with the 737-600 and 737-700 series airplanes

Eight years in the making, welcome to the ultimate reboot of PMDG’s simulation of Boeing’s most popular narrowbody airliner. The PMDG 737NGXu is a ground-up rebuild that applies nearly a decade of improvements in PMDG’s legendary simulation technology and applies it to our most popular product line.  Designed entirely for the Prepar3D v4 simulation platform, PMDG […]

In a forum post today, PMDG’s Robert Randazzo gives us a idea on what they are working on and what they are not working on anymore. Check it out below. You can read the entire forum post at