• Product Update - iFly 737NG Service Pack 3.2

    iFly Service Pack 3.2 for FSX/FS2004 Released.

    The development team over at iFly have released Service Pack 3.2 for their Flight Simulator X and Flight Simulator 2004 versions of the iFly 737NG.

    The service pack includes a plethora of fixes, updates, and refinements that includes everything from configuration manager save/load templates to low airspeed logic refinements plus much more. The service pack also includes full support for Navigraph and Aerosoft's navdata updates that allow this aircraft to fly all the newer style approaches that are being developed.

    Users can download the free update by visiting the iFly Support forum at http://ifly.flight1.net.

    Tags: 737ng, ifly

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    1. wcarson's Avatar
      wcarson -
      Cann't find the download for this for FS2004 on the ifly or flight1 site- any suggestions?
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