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FS2004 Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-400 EXAA

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Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
Filename
b737exaa.zip
File size
1.23 MB
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A repaint of the B737-400 model. Southwest Airlines B737 in a very rare livery, it was picked up from American Airlines and given a quick repaint to put it on line until it could be scheduled to go into the paint shop for it's premanet SWA paint. Textures by Tony Potter.

Screenshot of Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-400 EXAA in flight.

Screenshot of Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-400 EXAA in flight.

Installation:

  1. Unzip the file to a temp folder.
  2. Copy the Texture.EXAA folder to your fs2004/aicraft/b737_400.
  3. Copy the [fltsim.x] text below, then open the aircraft.cfg in the /b737_400 folder find the last [fltsim.#] at the end (should be just above [General] section) paste the [fltsim.x] text ('x' must be replaced by the next number in sequence).
  4. Save aircraft.cfg.
  5. To hear ATC call you "Southwest" you need update the default aitline.cfg. You can use A Century of Flight Airline Callsigns ( airline_list_2004.zip ) David Dossiere, or open airline.cfg in your fs2004/aicraft/ directory with notepad and add Southwest to the list.
  6. Start Flightsim and go fly!

[fltsim.x]
title=Boeing 737-400 EXAA
sim=Boeing737-400
model=
panel=
sound=
texture=EXAA
kb_checklists=Boeing737-400_check
kb_reference=Boeing737-400_ref
atc_id=N737T
atc_airline=Southwest
atc_flight_number=1123
ui_manufacturer=Boeing
ui_type="737-400"
ui_variation="Southwest Ex American"
description="One should hardly be surprised that the world's most prolific manufacturer of commercial aircraft is also the producer of the world's most popular jetliner. The 737 became the best-selling commercial jetliner worldwide when orders for it hit 1,831 in June 1987 (surpassing Boeing's own 727 as the previous champ). However, it wasn't always that way\s in the first few years of production, there were so few orders that Boeing considered canceling the program. They didn't, and the airplane has more than proven itself in over three decades of service."

Screenshot of Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-400 EXAA on runway.

Screenshot of Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-400 EXAA on runway.

 

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The archive b737exaa.zip has 16 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.

Filename/Directory File Date File Size
ExAA.gif08.09.038.81 kB
EXAA.JPG08.08.03123.06 kB
EXAA1.JPG08.08.0379.54 kB
EXAA2.JPG08.08.0382.18 kB
EXAA3.JPG08.09.03135.70 kB
file_id.diz08.09.03376 B
readme.txt08.09.034.50 kB
texture.EXAA08.09.030 B
737_panel_decals.bmp11.21.02170.74 kB
737_Panel_Decals_2.bmp10.27.0242.74 kB
737_Panel_Decals_3.bmp02.17.0310.74 kB
B737_400_C.bmp10.29.02682.74 kB
b737_400_L.bmp12.29.0185.40 kB
b737_400_T.bmp08.09.031.33 MB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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