The fifth-order monotonicity-preserving (MP5) scheme is an accurate and low dissipative numerical method. As a finite-volume method, MP5 adopts the Roe-flux scheme for solving the numerical flux in the compressible Euler equation. However, due to the deficiency of the MP limiter and Roe-flux in maintaining positive density and pressure, the calculation could fail in cases of extreme flow involving small values of density and pressure. In this study, to overcome such a limitation but still to achieve a high-accuracy of MP5, we propose a hybrid flux method: the Roe-flux is used in the global computational domain, but the first-order Lax-Friedrich (LF)-flux is adopted only for trouble grids. The numerical results of shock-tube and complicated interaction problems indicate that the present scheme is more accurate at discontinuities and local extrema compared to the previous scheme, maintaining positive density and pressure values. For two-dimensional applications, a supersonic jet is explored with different Mach numbers and temperature conditions. As a result, small vortices induced by the shear layer can be clearly captured by the proposed scheme. Furthermore, a simulation was successfully conducted without blow-up of calculation even in the extreme jet flow condition.