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Hi thereCan anybody recommend a high quality fully funcional(vc,fmc) 737 ng for fsx. I am sick of flying the default with a gps. The fmc and all other ful functions are vital. Its jsut something to get me by until the PMDG comes out which will no doubt be in a while.Richy

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I almost suggested waiting for the PMDG one until I read the last line. It's going to be near the top of my buy list.

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Thats funny i was looking at that last night and somebody mentioned that it would be a waste of money and to not buy the product.But ill look into it deeper since u think its good.Thanks Also yes the PMDG is high on my list aswell its jsut gonna blow all the others away as will their md-11 and their 747 which I am loving.Thanks for the help and the linkRichy

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Forgive me if Im wrong but ive been surfing the site and I cannot find an 800/900 or any ng 737 for FSX.Can you help?ThanksRichy

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Be very careful with the Ariane 737, do a search on this forum and you will find a lot of complains of it. I bought it last year for a lot of money because they advertised with FSX compatibel but after buying (and NO refunding) I get a FS2004 model and NOT working under FSX. I have just take a look at the "VERY GOOD REVIEWS" and they are all aged and about FS9 model. After that, I was also flying a lot with the default 737-800 and wanted more challenge with working FMC etc. I invested in the Level-D 767 and never regret that buy...Happy landings...

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Yeah i have the PMDG 744 and am considering purchasing the 767 but even then i would need sometihng to fill the gap like a 737. Ill just make do until the PMDG 737 comes out.Thanks for the info on the ariane 737.Richy

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>Be very careful with the Ariane 737, do a search on this>forum and you will find a lot of complains of it. I bought it>last year for a lot of money because they advertised with FSX>compatibel but after buying (and NO refunding) I get a FS2004>model and NOT working under FSX. I have just take a look at>the "VERY GOOD REVIEWS" and they are all aged and about FS9>model. After that, I was also flying a lot with the default>737-800 and wanted more challenge with working FMC etc. I>invested in the Level-D 767 and never regret that buy...>>Happy landings... Hi,I strongly agreed with you. i have a similar thing. it's useless. Don't buy that product. Regards

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Look, I am not working for Ariane, actually I have had some issues with them in the beginning with their customer service, but their product is great even when compared to the PMDG 747 as well as the CLS 767. It is extremely detailed and the flight model appears to be very realistic and not like anything else out there. They have the best documentation by far, although you are not allowed to print it out. I am not trying to sell you their 737, I am just stating my opinion. Good luck.Bernd

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Hi Bernd,Do you have the latest FSX model?, Looking at the website they have awesome pictures of the flightdeck but again, they yelling about good reviews but there is none about the fsx model so again they misled people with aged reviews and you have to read carefully to discover this.After paying euro 100,- last year for a useless plane at least they have to make a very well upgrade offer to get the potential customers back. They never answered my questions for a solution so I'll wait to fill my cap for a good review on any populair simsite or the upcoming PDMG.Time will tell...

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Yes, I have the latest FSX model plus the add-on liveries. The quality is the best I have seen and I have pretty much every major add-on which is offered. Bernd

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Well, I'll surely recommend Ariane 737-900ERX.

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>>Be very careful with the Ariane 737, do a search on this>>forum and you will find a lot of complains of it. I bought>it>>last year for a lot of money because they advertised with>FSX>>compatibel but after buying (and NO refunding) I get a>FS2004>>model and NOT working under FSX. I have just take a look at>>the "VERY GOOD REVIEWS" and they are all aged and about FS9>>model. After that, I was also flying a lot with the default>>737-800 and wanted more challenge with working FMC etc. I>>invested in the Level-D 767 and never regret that buy...>>>>Happy landings... >>>Hi,>>I strongly agreed with you. i have a similar thing. it's>useless. Don't buy that product. >>RegardsWell, I think you're totally wrong on this one. The Ariane 737 for FSX is one of the best simulated add'on aircraft so far. It's even used by real world pilots. Can you please tell me what's wrong since you ask him directly NOT to buy the product?Former rumours doesn't exist anymore. Let me put it this way;Bad times in Ariane have expired. Actually, now it's one of the best costumer services you'll find on the sim market! Very professional work!That's my opinion, and I'm not trying to argue with you. Just telling the facts about how it's working now, and not how it was some time ago.Happy monday :)Kind regards,Kris

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>Be very careful with the Ariane 737, do a search on this>forum and you will find a lot of complains of it. I bought it>last year for a lot of money because they advertised with FSX>compatibel but after buying (and NO refunding) I get a FS2004>model and NOT working under FSX. I have just take a look at>the "VERY GOOD REVIEWS" and they are all aged and about FS9>model. After that, I was also flying a lot with the default>737-800 and wanted more challenge with working FMC etc. I>invested in the Level-D 767 and never regret that buy...>>Happy landings... Hello,I don't have any special interest in seeing you buy Ariane products over any other, because I own most of the complex airline sims available from PMDG's 747 & 737 and Level D's 767 to Captain Sim's new 757 Block F and enjoy all of them. I think all of the developers of complex airliners and GA planes are doing a great job with their products. They're all trying to out do each other in making the simulations realistic and us sim enthusiast are the ones benefiting.But I have had Ariane's 737-900ERx since it came out (along with the livery package)and feel, without any doubt that it is the best 737 for FSX available. It is very complex, realistic and runs very stable with one of the lowest FPS hits of any complex simulation.The Ariane 737 model that you are talking about in the quote above was not released for FSX. It was released for FS9 and, to a certain limited degree, would run in FSX.The brand new Ariane Boeing 737-900ERx that was recently released, was developed as a native 737 for FSX and it works beautiful. I find that there is nothing wrong with it at all. It is a very enjoyable, fun and realistic airliner to fly. It does everything that it is discribed to do on Ariane's website. Ariane Designs did a great job with it.You may want to check out YouTube and search videos of Ariane's FSX 737. It will give you some insight into it. You can also go to their forum and ask about it at http://www.arianeaircraft.havetofly.com/

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Well, I went to your link to see the screen shots and found you have to register and when reading the regristration pages found they were ready to threaten a potential customer. And here's a direct quote from their website..."Failure to adhere to this will not only result in banning of your IP from this forum, but prosecution under the laws effective for the United States for harassment, as well as violation of EULA for forum registration."That's located at - http://www.arianeaircraft.havetofly.com/viewtopic.php?t=270So when I read that, I said, "No thanks. Won't deal with a company like that."Phill

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I may purchase the product once i get my fsx sp1 running with no ctd's on my new system. I HATE these crashes its the most frustrating problem I have ever encountered in fsx. Does anybody remember before sp2 what the sp1 fizes were?Thanks for the other side of the story on the adriane 737.ThanksRichy

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Gosh sakes Phill, tell the whole story!"By this I mean that if your profile is completely blank, I will not approve you. Also, if your profile info looks like you are here for anything but what this forum is for, I will delete you. Trust us, we are NOT interested in spam here nor sales pitches of any kind.""That being said, if you are here for Ariane products or support for these products, please fill in all profile info, such as location and interests so that we can know if you are real or some goofball spam bot." They are saying that they don't want spammers, harassers, or solicitors. Are you planning on spamming their website or selling another developers product on their website, or just getting on and flaming them? If not, you have nothing to worry about. There won't be any problem.Go to the Flight 1 or PMDG website and start talking about Airsimmers or AirlinerXP's coming releases. Or start writting spam or harassing posts, you will get booted off just as quickly.That forum is for Ariane support of their product or to answer questions from simmers who are interested in their products. Their rules are no different from any other developer forum.

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I've had the Ariane 737 for about a year and a half. I've been totaly happy with the product, really it is an amazing creation.....I've had just about every msfs airline type payware addon over the last 10 years, some good, some less so, and IMHO the latest Ariane products are up there among the best. Aftersales quesions (and that includes some dumb ones) have been pilotely and professionally responded to, the forum is a great place to pose questions, make comments and learn. If you have pre-purchase questions or concerns contact the Ariane support people(I did) and you will receive an informative response. The web site is well done and you should check out the printed manuals available....which will probably be next on my list to get.I've been flying for a living for 30+ years and appreciate a quality, detailed product when I find it and this one of the best.Dave

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Well, because I'm a registered user I take a look at the screenshots who look awesome BUT, I also bought last your that FSX model (who was not working within FSX) for the eye candy and beautiful screenshots and after install it in fs9 I was very disappointed by the picture quality of the flight deck even when running at 1920x1200 and it was a big different against the good looking screenshots.I downloaded and viewed today a Mpeg video of the new 737-900 for FSX and see now that again the quality of the flight deck is much less than promised by the screenshots on the website. Maybe I am a little upset due to that experience last year but my conclusion for now is that I'll wait for the upcoming Airsimmer Airbus and till that moment I go on with the excellent Level-D 767.Happy landings....

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Simba,May I suggest you contact Ariane support directly(attn: Ed), voice your concerns.....They will respond. I've been treated with the utmost courtesy and the responses have been informative.Dave

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The same Mr. Ed was last year laughing my complains away and stated that the customers have to read more carefully.... so, no thanks...

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>Gosh sakes Phill, tell the whole story!I'm glad you wrote that. I have zero interest in tubeliners, but I do have a very high respect for telling the whole truth!Selectively quoting part of a message in order to twist the intended meaning is very poor form...

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