Boeing 737-1KM
by TheFailureKing
uploaded 2017-04-21
mod aircraft
#Boeing #737 #737-100


  • Type: SPH
  • Class: aircraft
  • Part Count: 66
  • Mods: 5


  • B9 Procedural Wings Modified
  • FantomWorks
  • Kerbal Aircraft Expansion
  • Squad (stock)
  • TweakScale - Rescale Everything!


When the 737 first flew in 1967, the plane immediately got attention from airlines over in Kerbin, so naturally they tried to get a hold of Boeing to see if they will sell them the 737. So in 1969, Boeing produced 36 modified 737-100’s, where they recieved new J20 Juno engines, new landing gear, and new avionics. When test pilot Jebediah and Valentina Kerman flew the 737, they described it as an absolute treat to fly.

The B9 wings listed on the side is an updated version by Crzyrndm, get it here:
Also, please get the TweakScale compatibility files for Airplane Plus.

Pilot’s Note:
* This aircraft has a short-ish takeoff run, but don’t pitch up too hard during rotation or the tail will explode off. Also, during flight, it is very fun to fly around, although handling is a tad heavy. That said, it is a big commercial aircraft, so it’s kinda expected. Also, using the slats and flaps at the same time will make the aircraft lose speed very, very quickly so be cautious. When landing, only use the trailing edge flaps [Action group 1], as it still slows you down without stalling or entering an unrecoverable dive. Using the leading-edge flaps isn’t really recommended at any time, it’s more of a showpiece than something useful. Also, the engines are a tad weak, so max top speed would be around 118-120 m/s.

A mod aircraft called Boeing 737-1KM. Built with 66 of the finest parts, its root part is FWmedpassengerCockpit.

Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.2.2.

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