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Topic: 'Janet' 737-200 For FS?
Username: United_fan
Posted 2005-04-24 18:59:32 and read 5724 times.

Anyone know where I can find one of these ? Can't be too hard to paint I imagine...

Thanks.

Topic: RE: 'Janet' 737-200 For FS?
Username: FutureUApilot
Posted 2005-04-24 19:24:49 and read 5723 times.

Yeah, I wouldn't imagine it would be hard to paint either... I'll start lookin for ya. Hey, just a question, where would ya fly it too? Area 51 isn't in FS!  Wink If I cant find one for ya i'll paint one.

-Sam

Topic: RE: 'Janet' 737-200 For FS?
Username: DC-10 Levo
Posted 2005-04-24 19:29:07 and read 5713 times.

There's a repaint for the Project AI model:

http://www.projectai.com/libraries/download.php?fileid=8242

Throw a panel on it and you can fly it! Big grin

DC-10

Topic: RE: 'Janet' 737-200 For FS?
Username: FiddleSticks
Posted 2005-04-24 19:30:45 and read 5712 times.

Here is one, its for AI only though so it may not be exactly what you're looking for.

http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=fs2002acrp&DLID=31808

As Sam said if you can't find anything it shouldn't take too long to whip something up.

Kelly

Topic: RE: 'Janet' 737-200 For FS?
Username: San747
Posted 2005-04-24 19:31:10 and read 5713 times.

Also I believe there is an AI Aardvark texture available...

Topic: RE: 'Janet' 737-200 For FS?
Username: United_fan
Posted 2005-04-24 21:12:28 and read 5686 times.

Thanks. I'm looking for one to fly. They fly LAS-TNX.

Topic: RE: 'Janet' 737-200 For FS?
Username: Drerx7
Posted 2005-04-25 14:38:07 and read 5640 times.

Where can I get the flightplans?

Topic: RE: 'Janet' 737-200 For FS?
Username: B744F
Posted 2005-05-14 00:32:32 and read 5542 times.

search avsim, in the fs2002 ai flight plans section for the file ubl0pal.zip


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