Nov 9, 2022

[FSX/P3Dv4] - Boeing 737-200c - MilViz

 


Continuously manufactured since 1967 with deliveries of over 8800 aircraft to date, the 737 is one of the best selling jet commercial airliners. Originally developed as a shorter, lower cost alternative to the 707 and 727 series, the 737 has matured over the decades into a family of ten passenger models fulfilling a wide variety of roles.  Following closely behind the 737-100 in 1967 and the extended fuselage 737-200 in 1968, the 737-200 Combi allowed for the same aircraft to fill either a full passenger or a full cargo role, or a number of combinations in between. In conjunction with a gravel kit modification, this opened up jet airliner service to many remote and far-flung corners of the globe.  Although the last regular 737-200 left scheduled passenger service in 2008, the versatile and adaptable Combi continues to fill a role as a dependable and uniquely capable aircraft for carrying passengers and freight to the world's most remote communities.  Max Cruise: Mach 0.74 (485 mph, 780 km/h) Engines: Pratt & Whitney JT8D-17A Approx. Range: 1,500 nm (2,778 km, 1,726 mi) Service Ceiling: 37,000 ft (11,300 m) Maximum Payload: 31,300 lbs (14,197 kgs)  Introducing the Milviz 737-200 Combi  We are very pleased to offer the ultimate in jet airliner versatility: the 737-200 Combi. Our goal with this aircraft was to successfully recreate one of the most adaptable commercial airliners ever made. We feel we've achieved that goal; the Milviz 737-200 Combi is not only highly configurable but also includes feature rich detailing, highly detailed interior and exterior modeling, top-notch textures, professionally recorded sounds and a very realistic flight model

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