50 North Simulations Release Boeing 737-300/400/500 Model Pack

After months of development, Fifty North Simulations presents highly detailed models of the Boeing 737-300/400/500 family. Designed using Gmax, the initial base back includes nine airline liveries. For more information, click on Read More.

After many months of development, the Fifty North Simulations proud to present to you highly detailed models of the Boeing 737 300/400/500 family. The 737 models are designed using high standards given by G-max and MSFS development kits, with the initial base pack including 9 airline liveries with accurate detail.

The models include highly detailed gear with accurate moving parts, as well as accurate wing mechanics including flaps, slats, spoilers, fully animated trims, real-time animated airbrakes and spoilers, triple slotted flap ext. and retraction, animated exits and doors, plus much more. The frame rate friendly models include high quality 32bit/DTX3 texture bitmaps that use more then 120 layers of detail and special effects.

50 North Simulations has partnered with Flight One Software for distribution of the product.

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Garry GrinsteadSun, 09 Jun 2013 20:43:00 GMT

Have landed a 737-300 with no fuel left in any of its tanks. It has now run on for one and half hours. Is there an error in the programming somewhere? Regards Garry

Garry GrinsteadSun, 09 Jun 2013 21:15:02 GMT

Please ignore my previous message re fuel, just found out why. have now unticked 'unlimited fuel' Apologies Garry

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