Boeing 737-231 Adv
by TheFailureKing
uploaded 2018-02-11
mod aircraft
#boeing #737 #737-200 #737-200adv #passenger


  • Type: SPH
  • Class: aircraft
  • Part Count: 138
  • Mods: 9


  • Airplane Plus
  • Aviation Lights
  • B9 Procedural Wings Modified
  • FantomWorks
  • Ferram Aerospace Research
  • Kerbal Aircraft Expansion
  • Squad (stock)
  • Stock Extension
  • TweakScale - Rescale Everything!


This is a 737-200 Advanced made for the Kerbal market, with modified engines, control surfaces, and avionics. During the testing phase, KAF aviator CDR Valentina Kerman described the -231 as a Hoot to fly. Although it has the customer code for 31, it doesn’t mean it was owned by TWA, but rather I just put it there for no reason at all.

Pilots’s note: It uses FAR, so it does handle like a bigger jet, but it’s still good fun to fly. Takeoff speed is a bit high, at 100 m/s flaps up, although I haven’t tested the run with flaps down. I haven’t set the lights up correctly, so it’s up to you to fix it (I think I just forgot to set the wing lights). Also the engines are pretty powerful, able to bring the aircraft over 300 m/s.

A mod aircraft called Boeing 737-231 Adv. Built with 138 of the finest parts, its root part is FWmedpassengerCockpit.

Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.3.1.

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