Hello, I’m flying on Cessna Citation X, but I want to move onboard a bigger aircraft soon. I know, that A320 has Approach AP Mode yet, but is it better than Boeing 737? Why?
Yes. Excluding the fact that generally the fact that the A320 series are better, the A320 has a newer, more realistic flight model, and feels really good to fly.
A320 is better.
The 737 has a bit messed up physics and not so good graphics.
The A320 has ground effect, and good graphics.
The a320 seems more detailed than the 737 so in my opinion the A320 is recommended more but the 737 is also good
737 is great except for cockpit mode and the physics are a little bit messed up. As of now i recommend the a320 has alot of cool features in IF.
So it looks, that A320 is waiting for me 😉
I’d go for the A320 instead of the 737-800 because the 737-800 is basically the same as the original 737-700 except with more liveries. The graphics of the 737-800 are pretty bad. The A320 has cockpit lighting, it is smooth and easy to control. So yeah, the A320 for the win! 😎🇦🇺
A320 because better physics and graphics and the 737 lacks cockpit and window lighting.
A320 better physics
If you’re deciding between the A319 and A320, just pick whichever one has more liveries you’d fly.
737 better IRL, A320 is newer in IF.
I love the 737 in real life but not so much in IF the cockpit is messed up and the physics is not so good
So for IF i prefer the A320 but in real life I prefer 737
B737: Plays in cockpit view at night
5 min later
"WHERE AM I"
A320:Plays in cockpit view at night
60 min later
Still going smooth…
A320 is a lot better than the 737 to fly the 737 is good but the a320 is a lot better.
A320 flys a lot better than a 737 in my opinion
The A320 flies a lot better than the 737 I find. The 737 physics are a bit screwy, and I rotate 10-20 knots faster than what is realistic for that flap setting. i find that when I go too slow in the A320 it gets a bit unstable, and the 737 is stable right until the stall point. So they both have ups and downs, but I’d go with the A320
Pretty sure he already got his answer
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