FSX Boeing 737-200 Package V1.1

PreviewIncludes several liveries such as Southwest Airlines (Canyon Blue) and United Airlines. PSPanels B737-200 panel is included as well as Christoffer Peterson's P&W JT8-D sound set. Aircraft have no virtual cockpit. Package by B.C. Selb.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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Includes several liveries such as Southwest Airlines (Canyon Blue) and United Airlines. PSPanels B737-200 panel is included as well as Christoffer Peterson's P&W JT8-D sound set. Aircraft have no virtual cockpit. Package by B.C. Selb.

737-200 in flight.​The 737-100 and 200 are the first generation production models of the world's most successful jet airliner family. The 737 was conceived as a short range small capacity airliner to round out the Boeing jet airliner family beneath the 727, 720 and 707. Announced in February 1965, the 737 was originally envisioned as a 60 to 85 seater, although following consultation with launch customer Lufthansa, a 100 seat design was settled upon. Design features included two underwing mounted turbofans and 60% structural and systems commonality with the 727, including the same fuselage cross section.

The 737-100 made its first flight on April 9 1967 and entered service in February 1968. By this time however development of the larger capacity 1.93m (6ft 4in) stretched 737-200 was well advanced, and the first 737-200 flew for the first time on August 8 1967. Developments of the 200 include the 200C convertible and quick change 200QC, while an unprepared airfield kit was also offered. The definitive Advanced 737-200 appeared in 1971, featuring minor aerodynamic refinements and other improvements.

Sales of the 737-200 far exceeded that of the shorter 100 and the 737-200 remained in production until 1988, by which time it had been superseded by the improved 737-300. This file includes American Airlines, Southwest Airlines (Canyon Blue) & United Airlines liveries. PSPanels freeware 737-200 panel is included as well as the excellent Christoffer Peterson 737 P&W JT8-D "The Real Deal" sound-set for authenticity. These aircraft have no Virtual Cockpit (VC), therefore you must fly them using the 2-D Panel. This file is for FS-X Only!

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Setup.exe12.12.0626.13 MB
README.txt12.12.062.40 kB
737_v11.gif12.12.069.92 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
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DerpO KatThu, 02 Jun 2022 23:35:42 GMT

When I put it into FSX Steam Edition, it will not show up in the game. What happened, how does it not work?

Owen GallagherSun, 16 Jan 2022 16:03:04 GMT

is this the plane or just the liveries for it?

Kitt BoonyueangSun, 14 Jul 2019 11:38:19 GMT

Well, this model is GREAT. But is it wrong to convert your aircraft and put VC in? Is it against your license?

Mario RichardSat, 18 Jan 2014 21:49:40 GMT

HI, great airplane. I really like it! If its possible I'd like to have a copy of the paint kit or the white version of the texture to be able to make my own livery. Thank you in advance!

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