FS2004 Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 N777UA

Preview A repaint of the FFX B737-700 with winglets in Southwest Airlines New Canyon Spirit One livery. Includes reflective textures. By Wes Archibald.

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A repaint of the FFX B737-700 with winglets in Southwest Airlines New Canyon Spirit One livery. Includes reflective textures. By Wes Archibald.

Screenshot of Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 in flight.

Screenshot of Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-700 in flight.


Textures only. You will need the base file from FFX. Full credit for the model goes to FFX.

Unzip into your FS2004 (FS9) aircraft folder and then edit the aircraft.cfg file as shown below. Copy and paste the text below or as the next number in sequence and save the file.

title=Boeing 777-300 United
ui_variation="United Airlines"
description="On the outside, it may resemble the jetliners you've seen for years. Inside, however, it's a whole new bird. The newest plane in the long and proud Boeing family line is the 777, commonly referred to as the "Triple Seven." This long-range, fuel-efficient twinjet was first delivered in May 1995 to fill a gap in the market between the 747 and 767. It is capable of seating 368 to 386 passengers."

This is my second attempt to repaint something for 2004. It isn't perfect, but since Southwest is flying the 737-300 with winglets on a couple of their aircraft, and there are none, I thought it would be a good chance to see if I could meet the challenge. This shouldn't kill your frame rates. I have flown it and I don't have a real "screaming" system, but it seems to do ok. When I get a little better at repainting and understanding textures, I may try to update things a little.


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INTAKE_T.BMP11.17.0333.05 kB
LENG_L.BMP11.17.035.05 kB
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MESH_T.BMP11.17.0333.05 kB
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moreflap_t.bmp11.17.034.00 MB
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OLEO_L.bmp11.17.035.05 kB
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RWING_L.bmp11.17.035.05 kB
RWING_T.bmp11.17.034.00 MB
STAB_L.bmp11.17.035.05 kB
STAB_T.bmp11.17.031.00 MB
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Tail_t.bmp11.18.03256.07 kB
WINGLET_L.bmp11.17.03256.07 kB
Winglet_t.bmp11.17.03256.07 kB
texture.SWA11.18.030 B
SWA700w.txt11.18.03395 B
ReadMe.txt11.18.033.03 kB
SWA700w2.jpg11.18.0362.83 kB
SWA700w2TN.jpg11.18.0319.75 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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