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737-200 and 737-400 for FSX/P3D.

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Dear:

 

I am thinking to get a 737-200 and a 737-400 for FSX/P3D. I presently have FSX Acc., no P3D yet. I own PMDG 737 NGX.

There are quite a few 737-200's like Captain Sim, Just Flight (Black Box) and Milviz. 737-400 by Just Flight and Feelthere. But I am confused. I'm seeking one which is as good as or at least closer to the PMDG's system wise. I am not after just good looking planes with less important animations. Please help me to choose.

 

Regards,

 

Haseen Ahmad

Bangladesh.

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Milviz is the most complete. But that has not many repaints. And some bugs in the fmc. Feelthere -400 is older looking than other options but has as good systems as Milviz

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Milviz is the most complete. But that has not many repaints. And some bugs in the fmc. Feelthere -400 is older looking than other options but has as good systems as Milviz

The Milviz 737-200 is the best and, I agree, the most complete in terms of systems. However the Captain Sim 737-200 is not bad either and I would describe it as one of Captain Sim's better products, although not quite matching Milviz in terms of systems.

 

Bill

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I have the Feelthere 737-400 v2 ( I think that's what they are calling it now) and the JustFlight 732. I'm happy with both in FSX.

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1. Could any one please compare Milviz 737-200 and Just Flight 737-200 system wise? Which one is better?

 

2. Milviz 737-200 seems a bit expensive, 60$. What are the reasons?

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1. Could any one please compare Milviz 737-200 and Just Flight 737-200 system wise? Which one is better?

 

2. Milviz 737-200 seems a bit expensive, 60$. What are the reasons?

Milviz 737 has better modeling

 

believe it to be a shared license fsx and p3d could be wrong

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