the aircraft which we operate with our
737-600 Reg: EC-ING. She is
a regular visitor to both Holiday Destinations and Business Centres
You can catch EC-ING at Budapest, Kracow, Warsaw,
Split, Dubrovnik, Belgrade, Athens and Lubijana all year and at Kefalonia
and Zakynthos in the Summer Months.
EC-ING works routes to and from
Destinations in South Western Europe and Italy as well. Barcelona,
Alicante, Palma, Lisbon, Malaga,
Valencia, Reus, Palma, Milan Malpensa and Milan Bergamo are regular stop offs for us.
Full Avionics Suite comprising of 2 x Flight Illusion Comm Sets, 2 x
Flight Illusion Nav Sets, CPFlight ADF (ADF1), Flight Illusion ADF
(ADF2) and CPFlight Transponder.
Engravityty CDU/PMDG FMC combination utilising the Navigraph AIRAC
data (updated monthly).
CPFlight MCP and Fully Functioning EFIS System
PFD/ND from PMDG, EICAS & Standby Instruments coutesy of FSXpand
Capt YOKE & Fabricated F/O Yoke units
Captain has ROUTECH Yoke & F/O has IFSP Moulded Yoke.
CH Rudder Pedals for both Pilots.
Dual Functional ROUTECH Tiller System
MAIN INSTRUMANT PANEL
The 737-600 was launched by Scandinavian Airlines System in
1995 (EC-ING was actually leased to AIR EUROPA from SAS) , being most profitable for airlines
focusing on long and thin routes. The 737-600 is the direct
replacement of the 737-500 and competes with the A318/9. This is
the only Boeing 737 still in production that does not include
is powered by the CFM56-7
family, one of the most reliable jet engines ever produced with
over 4400 in service on 2100 NG aircraft worldwide. At year end
2006, this engine series had accumulated almost 60 million
flight hours over 29 million flight cycles - now that's flying
And to get you thinking, a CFM56 powered aircraft takes off
somewhere in the world every three seconds !!!
Built by CFM, a joint venture between SNECMA
and the GENERAL ELECTRIC Co.
CFM56 Engine Homepage is HERE
Wiki Info on the CFM56 HERE
CFM56 Operating Info HERE
is configured with 121 One Class Seats for either Economy or
Charter work. There are 4 main doors, two at the front of the
cabin and two at the rear. Green indicates normal cabin
entry doors, blue indicates the service entry's and the red
arrows are the two over-wing emergency exits.
So you've 'kicked the tyres and lit the fires', so where do you fly
from/to. Here's some recommended free scenery
like to check out for FS2004.
ISD LIPZ - Very Nice Scenery
these sceneries are 'frame rate friendly', graphically appealing
and a good representation of the actual airport itself.
There are some very good free sceneries out there. I paticularly
like the work done by the Italian ISD Guys, but they are not
LROP BUCHAREST Otopeni - Get It HERE
GREEK AIRPORT PROJECT - KERKYRA is HERE
LQSA Sarajevo - Get It HERE
ISD Project Milan Malpensa LIMC
- Very Detailed.
Link to Italian Scenery Design Team HERE
GAP Airports Zakynthos LGZA - Includes the Old
and the New (Arrivals) Terminals
Link to Greek Airports Project HERE
Kracow EPKK. This is a nice
little Provincial Airport in Poland
Get it HERE
Danube Scenery Design's Belgrade LYBE
is another choice, you can get it HERE
And while you're at it, pick up the
package and have a go at the
approach between the mountains.
LIME Bergamo LIMC MALPENSA