MelJet Boeing 777 Version 2 Now Available

Designer Melvin Rafi has now released version 2 of his Boeing 777. The complete B777 family has been remodeled. The most significant update to this already popular aircraft is "Cruise Mode" which features a highly detailed cabin. For full details click on Read More.

The complete family of 777 variants has been modeled - You have your choice of the 777-200, -200ER, -300, -300ER, and -200LR, all with their own visual models and flight dynamics. Version 2 adds several new features and builds on the ones already seen in version 1. Most notable is "Cruise Mode", which features animated reclining seats, animated stowable PTVs and tray tables, and animated footrests. The virtual cabin has also been revamped and expanded, and Maintenance Mode has also been updated. Minor additions in terms of detail have also been made.

In the meantime, work on Version 3 of the 777 continues, which aims to add a virtual cockpit, panel, gauges, and revamped flight dynamics. Release will probably be in the later part of 2004.

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Charles BayerSat, 10 Jun 2023 08:38:26 GMT

The Meljet website is (*probably) dead, use the Wayback to access it.

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