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NEW ** x737 aircraft v 4.2.2 released

Autopilot reliability improved

For all x737 pilots there is a new version (4.2.2) of our award-winning x737project Boeing 737-800 and BBJ2 simulation available. We have worked on a number of issues and enhancements to make this bird even better. Our improvements are focused on the autopilot, leading to a higher degree of reliability in automatic flight situations. A nice new feature is the flight path vector, making instrument guided flying easier under crosswind situations. Furthermore, lots of new datarefs make it easier for cockpit developers to mirror the x737 states to hardware devices. Of course x737 is free for all X-Plane users. Download the x737project version 4.2 aircraft from the Aircraft section of our website. We have provided a base package (approx. 200MB) and a smaller package (approx. 53MB) without additional liveries for all those who don't want to download 200MB at once.
We are very glad that our x737project aircraft v4 has been voted for the 'Aircraft of the Year 2010'! Thank you for voting for our project, and all users can be sure that we will continue to make the x737 the best airliner for X-Plane!
The most recent version is 4.2.2 (released April 25th 2011), all files provided for download are up to date.

Modification, fixes and new features

1. Flight model

  • Improved flight performance.

  • Perfect trim control now

  • Flight path vector (birdie) available on both pfd's

New features

  • Lots of new datarefs for home cockpit builders

  • Seat bets chime now with original 737NG sound

Bugfixes

  • Bugfixes

  • Autopilot precision improved in LNAV (severly improved) and APP

Liveries

  • A number of new liveries added most of them were distributed through the .org, we have bundled a number of them with the friendly permission of the authors. Many thanks to all livery painters!