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FS2Crew PMDG MD-11 Edition Voice Sets Released

Last updated Mon, 02 Apr 2012 17:32:44 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 07 Nov 2009 20:03:00 GMT

MD-11 PanelFS2Crew is pleased to announce that a full British and Eurozone Voice Set is now available for FS2Crew: PMDG MD-11 Edition owners.  With the voice set installed, FS2Crew MD-11 owners now have the choice of selecting between a US, British or European accented flight, cabin and ground crew.

Please note that users will need to have the February 2009 version of the FS2Crew Start Center installed in order to use the new voice sets.

The PMDG MD-11 Edition of FS2Crew is one of FS2Crew's most popular releases to date.

Using real procedures from a real airline, FS2Crew allows users to simulate true airline style flying in a multi-crew environment from the captain's perspective.

The procedures used in the PMDG MD-11 Edition of FS2Crew are based on a real-world MD-11 operator out of Europe.

FS2Crew has also released a Service Update for the PMDG 737 Edition of FS2Crew.

To download the new MD-11 voice set and the 737 update, please taxi to:

FS2Crew MD-11

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