Search for the Tinmouse model on AVSIM. It's only the -200 model, but it also includes a Quickchange variant and even a model with gravel kit.
Cantu has got you covered as far as freeware 727s are concerned. You can find a few repaints on AVSIM and the basemodels at www.eastern-va.com
. His -100 is still just a public beta though, just like his L-1011.
Apart from the flying thing, I noticed that their 737s are total fuel guzzlers! I loaded up a wingletted AA
738 with 25,073.19 lbs (that's around 60% fuel and I was tankering because this was my first flight) to do the MIA
"shuttle" route, cruised at Mach .79 and at FL380, jam packed (with 100% fuel, it would have been just 1,000 lbs overweight) and ended up with 4,547.26 lbs after engine shutdown at SJO
. Is that normal? Shouldn't a 737NG be more economical and have more range than the classics? If I then want to fly EWR
on a CO
73G in FS
, I might as well load it up with full fuel and fly it at MTOW. I never thought they would be such fuel guzzlers in FS
, or am I doing something wrong? BTW, I always write down how much fuel I filled the aircraft up and how much was left, so in other flights, I can calculate the required fuel for a flight better.
EDIT: I found this, but I don't really find it helpful at all:
Second EDIT: Fixed hyperlink.
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