The International X-Plane Engineering Group, better known by their abbreviation IXEG, has released the latest update for their 737 Classic.
With details of v1.32 first released in a video preview earlier this week, the team lived up to Jan Vogel’s estimation of release within a few days.
This version puts a lot of emphasis on the FMS in terms of bug fixes, code overhauls, and the LEGS page, and also adds a custom particle system.
This is the full changelog, as given in the email sent to owners of the aircraft:
Furthermore, it was stated in the email that “This update is optimized for XP11.41 and newer only! If you run it any previous X-Plane version it will still work, but the aerodynamic model gets changed and will not fly "by the numbers" anymore! Install at your own risk (make a backup of the aircraft folder first, especially if you run XP10)!”
The aircraft can only be purchased at the X-Aviation store for US $74.95.
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