Ariane’s Boeing 737’s For FSX

Ariane have released their 737 Base Pack and Expansion Pack for FSX on simMarket. “….. Advanced Boeing 737-900 ER X2 Base Pack is an advanced special edition version of the Boeing 737-900 ER – FSX Native Version. It includes (among many other features) Technology Upgrade Pack, Engine Upgrade Pack, Synchresis II Upgrade Pack and a Galley Management Upgrade Pack. The associated  Airline Expansion Pack adds a host of liveries to the Base Pack….”. “… the Advanced Boeing 737-900 ER X2 includes all four packs as part of a very unique, special edition package.

* More advanced systems and operations software.
* More fficient engine for modeling and interfacing of logic in updated systems.
* 12-15 to 20-25 FPS increase in FSX, fully loaded.
* Technology Upgrade to all start and in-flight systems….”.

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Thursday, November 20, 2008 02:26

I’m always impressed when we talked about ArianeDesign there are always a lot of comments and concern.
This company/plane behavior has always been hard to understand for all of us I must admit it for me too…

Wednesday, November 19, 2008 17:11

… that’s not too bad, bad is not supporting the product at all or not releasing service packs, rather charge another $$$ for a so called ‘from scratch/bottem rebuild new version’. Sorry can’t stop laughing, shame Simmarket does business with these guys.

Colin Ware
Tuesday, November 18, 2008 22:20

Still charging for liveries. PMDG stopped doing that back in Fly2K….

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 17:13

Like many I was not happy about the pricing or Ariane’s support and/or business model. But I was in a good position and made a personal choice to make the purchase sometime back. I was pretty Impressed and frankly found it to be a great add-on. It goes back to you comfort level in these economic hard times and your flexibility to address technical issues with limited support.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 17:05

I bought the package for FS9…Visually nice. Had some real potential but I couldn’t get past the slideshow gauges…