Last month, Flight1 shared a number of images for iFly’s upcoming 737NG for Prepar3D. The new Jets Advanced Series 737NG is a brand-new version of the Boeing 737 for Prepar3D and it promises to be a huge improvement from iFly’s previous offering. Since then, there has been a number of new images shared to the gallery on Flight1’s website with some being listed under a gallery called “release candidate” indicating perhaps that a release is happening very soon.
We know very little about the product, but according to the gallery page on Flight1.net, the new product will come with ultra-high resolution textures and make use of the PBR engine in P3D. There is also an onboard EFB, which can be used during the flight. The gallery page also says that you can “train on the maintenance functions without flying.”
When we first heard about iFly’s Jet Advanced Series 737NG for Prepar3D, Steve from Flight1 reached out to FSElite who said there is “still a large market for the iFly team who serves commercial and home-cockpit customers but also benefits other users.” He also confirmed there is a 737MAX in development. Steve said that it “has a planned release date in 2022.”
We’ll be keeping a close eye on development and let you know once we learn more or see it released.
Thanks to Zachary K for the tip.