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So I am flying on the sim for about 7 years now, which 3 years on the (PMDG) 777 and 737NG. Flying on the sims is almost like the real world right now, you can download multiple addons (PMDG, Aerosoft for planes ORBX for scenery, REX and ACSC for weather, etc, etc), download checklists, join online networks (IVAO, VATSIM) and so on. But can step into a 737NG right now and fly it with my sim experience? 

What are the real differences between the sim and real world if it's about flying. And if I would step into a 737 now, what challenges can I expect during flight, which I probably didn't encounter during my flights in the simulator.  

Consider this:

  • I fly 7 years on the sim
  • 3 years on the PMDG 737 and PMDG 777
  • Flown with multiple failures (Engine Fire, ADIRU failing, etc, etc)

Thanks in advance!

So I am flying on the sim for about 7 years now, which 3 years on the (PMDG) 777 and 737NG. Flying on the sims is almost like the real world right now, you can download multiple addons (PMDG, Aerosoft for planes ORBX for scenery, REX and ACSC for weather, etc, etc), download checklists, join online networks (IVAO, VATSIM) and so on. But can step into a 737NG right now and fly it with my sim experience? What are the real differences between the sim and real world if it's about flying. And if I would step into a 737 now, what challenges can I expect during flight, which I probably didn't encounter during my flights in the simulator.  

Consider this:

  • I fly 7 years on the sim
  • 3 years on the PMDG 737 and PMDG 777
  • Flown with multiple failures (Engine Fire, ADIRU failing, etc, etc)

Thanks in advance!

So I am flying on the sim for about 7 years now, which 3 years on the (PMDG) 777 and 737NG. Flying on the sims is almost like the real world right now, you can download multiple addons (PMDG, Aerosoft for planes ORBX for scenery, REX and ACSC for weather, etc, etc), download checklists, join online networks (IVAO, VATSIM) and so on. But can step into a 737NG right now and fly it with my sim experience? 

What are the real differences between the sim and real world if it's about flying. And if I would step into a 737 now, what challenges can I expect during flight, which I probably didn't encounter during my flights in the simulator.

Consider this:

  • I fly 7 years on the sim
  • 3 years on the PMDG 737 and PMDG 777
  • Flown with multiple failures (Engine Fire, ADIRU failing, etc, etc)

Thanks in advance!

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Are Can Flight Simulators (P3D, FSXFSX P3D) enoughgive you the expecience you need to fly a RW plane in the real world?

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Are Flight Simulators (P3D, FSX) enough to fly a plane in the real world

So I am flying on the sim for about 7 years now, which 3 years on the (PMDG) 777 and 737NG. Flying on the sims is almost like the real world right now, you can download multiple addons (PMDG, Aerosoft for planes ORBX for scenery, REX and ACSC for weather, etc, etc), download checklists, join online networks (IVAO, VATSIM) and so on. But can step into a 737NG right now and fly it with my sim experience? What are the real differences between the sim and real world if it's about flying. And if I would step into a 737 now, what challenges can I expect during flight, which I probably didn't encounter during my flights in the simulator.

Consider this:

  • I fly 7 years on the sim
  • 3 years on the PMDG 737 and PMDG 777
  • Flown with multiple failures (Engine Fire, ADIRU failing, etc, etc)

Thanks in advance!