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Scenery Boeing fields

Hello All

I Know that there are a lot of scenery designers here on this forum and i have a question for them.
Is it possible that you guys can make an verry detailed scenery of the Boeing Factory`s for FS2004
Having the Boeing company made into a scenery would be a great idea, It would be a great add on for 2004COF and the 100th yr anniversary of Flight

I hope it wil be a pakkage with all the three Boeing Factory`s
*Everett, Washington where they build the B747, B767, B777 and B7E7
*Renton, Washington where they build the B737 and B757
*Long Beach, California where they build the B717

I think you wil make a lot of people happy with making this scenery.
So i hope that your company wil take this into consideration and draw up some plans for the Scenery

I hope to hear soon from you.

Best regards, Michel
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Hi Michel.

I consolidated your posts here. Perhaps someone will respond. :)

Generally, designers are busy with their own projects. Perhaps you could learn the process and design your own?