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.
Through our detailed Aircraft Configuration Manager (ACM), the Milviz 737-200 Combi is ultimately configurable. Select either a Cargo or Passenger equipped convertible, or a Combi layout with both freight and passengers, with the ability to tailor your passenger and freight loadouts. Choose to equip the livery of your choice with a properly modeled Gravel Kit, which includes a vortex dissipater system and nose gear ski. Select to have your 737 load up ready to taxi, or cold and dark.
The ability to set these options per livery means that you don't have to choose a single static setup for your entire hangar; you can configure any livery with any combination of options in order to always have a Combi ready for whatever mission you have in mind!
Personalized Flight Deck
Completely in keeping with the long history and wide ranging use of the 737-200 Combi, we've provided for a variety of navigation options in the flight deck. Configurable through the ACM, there are three different avionics options available: An analog SP-177 is provided alongside an integrated UNS-1LW FMC that is fully functional (given FSX's limitations) and is updateable via Navigraph support, or for those who prefer their airliners old-school, you can choose a SP-77 autopilot with or without the FMC.
The Milviz 737-200 Combi supports a wide range of platforms, in a single downloadable installer:
FSX: Steam Edition
Warning: There are currently compatibility issues being reported with the latest version of Prepar3d (v.3.2). This is actively being worked on to resolve the issues. In the meantime, the Milviz 737-200C works without issue in the previous version of Prepar3d (v.3.1).
- Realistic flight dynamics by Tom Falley
- Realistic startup and shutdowns
- Choose between Cold and Dark or Ready to Fly startup states
- Realistic systems and avionics
- Custom DX-10/DX-11 night lighting, landing lights and custom effects.
- Custom configuration utility to set model, avionics, and loadout options
- Accurate FMC, updateable via Navigraph
- High quality sound set recorded from a 737-200
- Custom 3D gauges
- High quality external model
- Several high quality liveries included
- Highly detailed product manual included