Thursday, May 16, 2013

Korean Air livery

FSX. PMDG has now posted a Korean Air livery for its incoming B-777. The South Korean airlines (here in Incheon Seoul airport) is really famous and has connections in many many international airports around the world.

 
 
 
 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

and..... I care?Just release the product1 This is getting old.

Anonymous said...

I have to agree. It won't boost sales IMO. For those that want to purchase already knows about it and is eagerly awaiting. Releasing a livery everyday or every other day is useless....again IMO. By the way how about the avionics and VC, if you wanna show something show that. In other words don't stretch the gum until it pops.

Josh Smarts said...

90% of the prospective PMDG users don't give a rats ass about liveries or external models.
Just make the interiors look and work as realistically as possible and I'll be happy.

Anonymous said...

Old real fast. Seriously the more they do this the more people will be vexed just release or show vc unit it's 100%

Anonymous said...

Come on... if they don't show anything, everyone gets mad. Now they show some images, and reactions are the same. Get a life, for gods sake.

Anonymous said...

I agree! Well said buddy! You beat me to it. Thanks for the show PMDG! I'm loving it! Ignore these few clowns who have never learned what patience is...let them keep shouting loudest for they always do, whichever forum their on, trust me. There's always a few brain dead individuals anywhere who can't help themselves with the tantrums of 5 year olds. They never really think anything through very well. In fact, maybe you can help them out in patience lessons even if it means they have to shout louder first. Enjoy the show..I do now. Perhaps you could start by showing us a lot more livery previews and make sure you spread them out, before you even contemplate showing them any interior or VC shots. I hope we can see British Airways, Singapore Airlines, Thai International, Lufthansa, Air France, new AA livery, Qatar, Etihad, Emirates at least before you go any further. And don't forget to spread them out. I'm loving the show and you keep enjoying doing it anyway you like...you've earned it and worked hard enough to do at least that. We all know the clowns will buy it Day 1, as will so so many of the rest of us. Perhaps you can take note of the futile and boring threats of these few...they're the only ones getting old and boring. Or you could go with Josh's well 'published and peer-reviewed scientifically researched double-blind randomised controlled study' regarding his 90% figure...That's a good one. Or you might want to stick with the tried and tested experience and market/sales statistics you have in your many years on the scene. I know which I'd trust. Thank you for your existence PMDG, your hard efforts and all your wonderful state-of-the-art aircraft! I look forward to owning all your 777 and 747v2 variants on their respective release dates and good luck with the many many sales you are assured of. Best of luck also with all your future projects, I for one will be following them very closely. Please can we have another livery soon...not too soon though...don't forget you need to fine-tune the product. Thanks again. Now back to the shouters and threateners (I'm sure they haven't finished - they think just because they can't help but post something negative and shout the loudest no one else is reading or finding all these shots useful or enjoyable and that they are the majority of simmers in the world. How delusional!), or if we're lucky, we might even get some constructive, sensible, encouraging, thankful comments from those with either some patience, intelligence or both. Thanks so much AirdailyX for bringing many of us all these titbits in one place. I love the idea and look forward to it everyday...its very useful too. End of rant. For now, I'm off. See ya!

Anonymous said...

It's just liveries. Was kinda looking for some more juiciness lol. A small vid lol.

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