• Milviz - B737-200c Now Available

    Milviz - B737-200c

    The Boeing 737 is a short to medium range twin-engine narrow-body jet airliner. Originally developed as a shorter, lower-cost twin-engine airliner derived from Boeing's 707 and 727, the 737 has developed into a family of nine passenger models with a capacity of 85 to 215 passengers.

    High Performance And Packed With Features!

    The B-737-200c model depicted in this package is a highly detailed replica of its real-life counterpart. The model was created by using high quality digital photos, plans sourced directly from Boeing and many, many countless hours of testing, revising and testing again!

    • This product contains Service Pack 5.
    • The product includes a Universal 1LW FMC that is fully functional (given FSX's limitations) and is update-able via Navigraph support. This is operable ONLY with the SP-177.
    • A more "steam" based version is included with a SP-77 and no FMS for those who like it "old school"

    Other Outstanding Features Of This Aircraft Are:

    • Realistic startup and shutdowns
    • Realistic systems and avionics
    • High quality external model using normal and specular maps
    • High resolution paint kit
    • High quality sound set recorded from a real B-737-200
    • Custom realistic DX10/DX11 night lighting, landing lights and custom effects.
    • Flight dynamics tested and tuned by real pilots. The aircraft flies just like its real world counterpart! By Tom Falley!
    • Several liveries included!


    Milviz - B737-200c For FSX
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      p51d1 -
      I bought this model not too long ago. Very impressed with it. I first had trouble deciding which one of the two (Captainsim or Milviz) models to get. After many forums I read, comments I saw, I finally decided on the Milviz model. Purchased the Milviz 732 SP4 model, fell in love straight away. Was only one tiny glitch, but now fixed in SP5, as I had trouble with the throttle speed hold mode. But other than that, beautiful model in and out, sound pack is great. I am familiar with the FMS now, but just have to get use to the tricks of the FMS. As I have been so use to the iFly 737NG model from FS9. But there is just something about a jetliner with steam gauges. Can never get enough it. Probably because its still considered a plane one flies...and not a computer.Great work Milviz, job well done Looking forward to your future projects!
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