IXEG BOEING 737 CLASSIC
There was an era during which the 737-200 series was aging, but the technology had not yet arrived to make the 737-800 series truly viable. Thus, Boeing rolled out the 737-300/400 "Classic" series. This aircraft model created by X-Aviation (Formerly known as IXEG) is a superb recreation of this aircraft. During a time when a mix of analog and digital were working hand-in-hand, the IXEG 737 Classic is an aircraft for those who like creature comforts, but still enjoy a little stick-and-rudder time.
These files do not include the base IXEG 737-300 file. You will need to download the base aircraft, then download and unzip these files and place them in the appropriate livery folder.
BRAVO 737 HOUSE LIVERY
Undoubtedly, the BRAVO 737 house livery was designed to impress. The various techniques used to paint the IXEG 737 Classic include images wrapping, gradients, reverse cutouts and more.
Always sporting the "Flying for the original Frontier Airlines" message, our BRAVO 737 house livery will be one you will surely want to download, use, screen cap, share and love!
NOTE: Files included are repaints only. You will need to have the IXEG 737-300 Classic in your aircraft files.
FRONTIER AIRLINES SUNSET LIVERY WHITE PODS
Originally introduced on April 30, 1978, the stylized F livery (also known as the sunset livery) was designed by Saul Bass. The livery marked the growth and shift of Frontier from being a regional airline to a national carrier and ultimately domestic.
This re-paint of the IXEG 737-300/400 is the BRAVO 737 best representation of what might have been if Frontier Airlines had survived deregulation and chosen the 737-300 instead of the MD-80.
Astute aviation hobbyists might recognize the PSA logo at the nose of this re-paint. Our newly imagined reality includes a merger between the original Frontier and Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA) to stave off potential take-overs by larger carriers.