This is a sight you won't see in real life. At one time, Aer Lingus did fly the 747 on its Transatlantic routes, but today it owns an all-Airbus fleet. The above shot shows the PMDG 747-400 in retro Shamrock colours on short finals for runway 24 at Shannon.
737 cockpit at night: This screenshot shows the 737 next generation cockpit in all its glory at night. For this flight I was descending towards the Killiney NDB (KLY) for landing at Dublin Airport, flying the 737-700 with winglets. This is the PMDG 737 which is a fantastic and realistic add-on for Flight Simulator 2004.
Shamrock 737 turning: On Vatsim, I fly as Aer Lingus Shamrock 35L. I fly the PMDG 737-700. It should be noted that Aer Lingus do not fly any Boeings any more, although they did fly the 737-400 and 737-500 up until 2005. Here the Shamrock 35L is on climb out of Dublin and turning on a SID in the evening clouds.
PMDG 737 - SIDs and STARs for Shannon (EINN). These are the latest procedures for Shannon and work with AIRAC 0710. The file was created by Terry Yingling and the SIDs were written by Aidan Frost. I added the STARs (from the Irish AIP) and the necessary waypoints. Click here to download.
The PMDG 737 with working weather radar!
Weather radar on the PMDG 737 - yes, it can be done! You just have to purchase the RealityXP Flight Line Wx500 weather radar and then the merge requires some lines of code to be added to your PMDG 737 panel config files for each variant. This is a wonderful add-on for what is already an extremely realistic Flight Simulator product. One of the few systems which is not modelled on the PMDG 737 for FS2004 is now achievable! See what it looks like here! Includes instructions on what to do to get it merged with the ND panel on the 737NG.
The ATR 72-500 with Mythical Ireland colour scheme.