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FS2Crew: Emergency NGX! Available

Emergency NGX! is an expansion pack for existing FS2Crew: PMDG 737 NGX owners.



The expansion adds many of the non-normal events and procedures such as engine failures, tail strikes, window overheats, etc listed in the 737 QRH (Quick Reference Handbook) to the current FS2Crew NGX simulation.

In addition to updating your core FS2Crew NGX software to Version 2.0, Emergency NGX! also ships with extra First Officer voice sets, which can be used for regular A to B flights that do not involve failures.

Even if you are not interested in failures, the extra voice sets add new life into your current FS2Crew NGX product.

New "First Officer" Voice Sets:
• United States Female
• German Male
• French Male
• Australian Male
• Korean Female
• Spanish Male
• Italian Male

Failures Modeled from the QRH:
• Aborted Engine Start
• APU Fault
• APU Fire
• Bleed Trip Off
• Cabin Altitude Warning or Rapid Depressurization
• Cargo Fire
• Drive
• EEC Alternate Mode
• Emergency Descent
• Engine Failure or Shutdown
• Engine Fire of Severe Damage
• Engine in Flight Start
• Evacuation
• Hydraulic Pump Overheat
• Loss of Hydraulic System A
• Loss of Hydraulic System B
• Off Schedule Descent
• One Engine Inoperative Landing
• Partial or All Gear Up Landing
• Probe Heat
• Reverser
• Standby Power Off
• Tailstrke
• TR Unit
• Transfer Bus Off
• Window Overheat

In Emergency NGX!, you take the role of the Captain/ Pilot Flying. You will make the same commands, and perform the same Flows, Checklist and Memory Items described in the Boeing Quick Reference Handbook (QRH) using Voice Control.!.html

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