New Sim-A Max Suite

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sacrayton
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New Sim-A Max Suite

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Finally news regarding the new Sim-A Max Suite. I was having some apprehension as to it's existence! LOL! Now the Sim-A website needs to be updated to reflect the new software. Though there seems to not be much activity there in quite some time. I am interested as to flight model in the new 737 Max Suite. I hope that there will be an actual Max model, and not the same 737 as in previous suites. Another quandary is that it would be great to see Sim-A more expansive as to products compatibility. This will offer customers more latitude as to product choices with the numerous developers in the marketplace, suitable to the customer's personal and/or financial limitations. Sim-A's biggest competitor, Pro-Sim, is compatible with just about every manufacturer on the market. Just an observation. 8)

Good job on the new software. I am sure this will be a popular choice as the Max enthusiasm grows.


Stephen

sacrayton
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Post by sacrayton »

Well, after reviewing release notes, I see the TDS Max model is utilized in the Max Software suite per version 1.91. I stand corrected. Good job Mr. Hastings!

Regards,
Stephen :o

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