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This guys FSX vids stood out to me

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Here is an example of his with Captain Sim 777.

 

 

 

I'd like to know what plane he is flying in this one?

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707?


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I'd like to know what plane he is flying in this one?

 

At 2:30, its written on the fuselage: "Boeing 737"


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I do believe the star of the show is a 737 200, very early version. As to the four engine aircraft, it looks like (as the man said) a 707.


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The TO in 2nd is a CS737-200 I have it and with some mod you can find online it is a fine aircraft if you like to fly the wires. Same as the 727 done by CS. Back to basics, no gps just plain old E6B, Charts, Timer, and VOR to VOR navigating. The contrails are another addon I have seen and my buy now that I have seen them in action.


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