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  1. C 47 with my trusted Mule Team crew in Alaska. Ferrying passengers who are on a "No fly list" all over Alaska and charging them exuberant prices for beer and for fresh or not so fresh Fish Haggis sandwiches served by our wonderful Air Maiden Hilda, who has a pet Grizzly, yep, and his name is Yogi. Bye the bye T-Bone and I are on a holiday since Yogi is coming out of hibernation and neither I nor T was too wild about meeting a hungry Grizzly who was sleeping for six months. Ah well I digress, lets have a few beers. Cheers my fellow pilots and to the best forum. k
    6 points
  2. The easiest plane to fly and the closest and cheapest restaurant with the cheapest beer and burgers. Not a lot to ask I'd say.
    5 points
  3. I like all the Pipers and Cessnas from smallest single to medium twins (PA31 and C40x) and I operate them mainly in Aust, PNG and NZ.
    5 points
  4. Now that's just terribly funny ..... or just funnily terrible
    5 points
  5. A world-class airport from the world-class developers of FlyTampa - KBOS Boston Logan International Airport. $25.79 AUD Sales tax will be calculated at checkout where applicable. US$18.69 | €17,30 | £14.55 USD, EUR, GBP estimates only Features 2022 version of the airport PBR Materials Custom animated jetways and taxiway lighting Terraformed terrain and 3D rocks Detailed library objects Handcrafted ground textures Animated passengers $25.79 AUD Sales tax will be calculated at checkout where applicable. US$18.69 | €17,30 | £14.55 USD, EUR, GBP estimates only
    4 points
  6. Hi all. I've been flying a C-7 Caribou in southeast Asia partly as research for a novel and partly because I love the C-7. Time has come to fly other planes elsewhere, but I'm in a dilemma--what plane and where? Which leads to this week's topic. THIS WEEK'S MEANINGLESS TOPIC: what is your favorite plane and where do you most like flying it?
    4 points
  7. My most used aircraft is the Milviz B407 helicopter with 1,388 flights and 6,234 landings. I use for new scenery and overall RW flights. Second and most used fixed wing is the PMDG 737-800 with 982 flights and 1,096 landings. I fly all over the world in P3DV5.3. Greg
    4 points
  8. Mooney M20M (Bravo). Either northeast US, because it's where I live, and West Coast because of PilotEdge. Currently at KSMO Santa Monica. Ken
    4 points
  9. I hand fed a Tassie Devil once, now I only have one left. cheers Gumby
    4 points
  10. T-Bone has a girl friend with blue eyes. Yep, one blew east and one blew West. Oh boy beers
    4 points
  11. Well I like tube liners the best. Lately I fly mainly the Airbus A321 anywhere around Australia generally departing from YMML. cheers Gumby
    4 points
  12. KMRY and down the coast to Big Sur. It was the first leg of my first solo. Never to be forgotten..........Doug
    4 points
  13. I fly anything low and slow and I throw a dart on where I fly ; anywhere in MSFS world is just dandy .
    3 points
  14. Did you hear about the cross eyed school teacher? She couldn't control her pupils. Never grow up, happy very late Friday chaps
    3 points
  15. Nothing else to do today Graeme.
    3 points
  16. Grizzly's ugh. Give me the good old UK any day where the fiercest animal you are likely to meet is a friendly dog!
    3 points
  17. As I got a request to perform the same as in my previous post but now on 3 other locations(Concrete Mun, Darrington and Orcas) hereby simular entry but every screenshot shows now another plane, so 9 in total --> Lockheed P38L - B247 - Piper Warrior II - Kitfox - Grumman F-3F-2 - Pitts S2S - Cessna-414 - Marchetti-S205 - Junkers-52 Concrete Mun - 3W5 Darrington airfield - 1S2 Orcas - KORS
    2 points
  18. Cheers Iain, we need smiles in these times
    2 points
  19. Come visit 1929 Transcontinental Air Transport (TAT) and see how TAT formed the first airways airline passenger route across the USA using Ford Trimotor aircraft and innovative systems for flying and for passengers. Called the "Lindbergh Line" it involved 2 days of combined travel by air and train. This Part 2 video covers Waynoka to Columbus. Part 1 covered Los Angeles to Clovis. Clovis to Waynoka was by overnight train, as was Columbus to New York/Washington DC. Cheers.
    1 point
  20. Travel agencies, at least in my country, use to offer stopovers after NZL roundtrips. Well, if you went there with a 35 h-flight, such an offer may sound interesting. However, I tried to avoid the risky Cessna-strike before that flight... ... out of Auckland. Still climbing north we pass Whangarei... ... and then the northern tip of New Zealand. The Southern Sea - or how is it called in English? After about 3 hours we approach Fiji... ... at the coast & forests of Viti Levu. IFR. At the Queens Road. Someone has nicely cut a runway into the jungle, ... ... which is long enough for heavy birds. Let´s get the towels & briefs out for some days of lazyness!
    1 point
  21. I doubt it, Aerosoft see P3D as commercially dead
    1 point
  22. Fantastic menu...
    1 point
  23. Tha sound of silence and the boxer two of my all time favourite songs. cheers Iain
    1 point
  24. Gave me a smile chaps. cheers Iain
    1 point
  25. I'm confused, well, fantastic shots and planes anyway.
    1 point
  26. 3 different planes on 3 different locations and each by 3 screenshots per location. The last shows my most recent added plane to my hangar, the Ercoupe-415 Grumman-44 on Block Island airport-KBID Drifter on Fall City Privat airstrip-1WA6 Ercoupe-415 on Silez Bay airport-S45
    1 point
  27. Grand set of shots these. cheers Iain
    1 point
  28. Top-notch set of shots Gerold!
    1 point
  29. Plesse read Ed's post above.
    1 point
  30. I'll check with them as I have not been officially advised as yet, thanks for the heads-up.
    1 point
  31. Great shots and planes.
    1 point
  32. Enjoyed the flight and shots Gerold, keep them coming.
    1 point
  33. Great couple of shots Adam
    1 point
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  35. Nice ... very nice set of shots Adam
    1 point
  36. Looks like a fine and florish modelled airport with a lot of subtropic plants all around. Greatly made overview
    1 point
  37. Marvelous pictured this fine modelled airport from Orbx. Very well done
    1 point
  38. Yep Pago in MSFS is a +1 for me too.
    1 point
  39. Most impressive images Adam. Don't want ever fly with Spirit airlines in real life though Virtually is fine. Landon
    1 point
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  42. I seem to always create a little bit of a breeze after having a BBQ....
    1 point
  43. Great shots and good looking airport.
    1 point
  44. Hope that they return when XP12 comes. Now it may be wise to postpone development until that. Maybe they wait how many will buy XP12.
    1 point
  45. Hi, I have a short question. Stockholm Bromma ESSB not making P3D V5.xx? Maybe I read in Orbx 2021 Roadmap that it will be P3D Maybe Marcus, can you tell me more about this ... (?) Thanks and regards, Peter
    1 point
  46. I'm finding this very educational. So does this mean 5+7 does = 13? I still like all 10 shots though. cheers Gumby
    0 points
  47. The support forums were closed on Feb 1st, and handled through the ticket system
    0 points
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