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  1. Thanks guys! No ETA sorry, for the few I share my estimates with they just zoom out when I say something nowadays, it's totally depending on how well it goes each day and I tend to change the ETA 5 every day, back and forth back and forth Here is the new jetway for T5F! I'm very proud of how well it turned out (and it got agressive LOD's so don't worry about performance).
    11 points
  2. Very good Karl It reminds me of this one....
    11 points
  3. And here is what happened. Well guys if I never deserved a well earned Beer, then I don't know. Be careful guys. Lol k
    10 points
  4. Karl, it took a brave man to post this, or one with a death wish. I'm praying for you
    10 points
  5. This time Edmonton, Alberta after WU11 in MSFS. A few shots from CYEG Edmonton International Airport. The city seems much less affected by the photogrammerty problem than Toronto.
    9 points
  6. NZGT Glentanner Aerodrome is situated near Mount Cook in South Island New Zealand. Aoraki / Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand. Its height, as of 2014, is listed as 3,724 m (12,218 feet). It sits in the Southern Alps, the mountain range that runs the length of the South Island. This aerodrome is in the NZMC package. Images include the package and NZ mesh in MSFS. Overall, a nice flight in stunning scenery .
    9 points
  7. The latest versions of Malmo and Stockholm-Bromma for MSFS now include a number of fantastic new features! Bromma was updated with detailed interiors of the old tower as well as interior modeling of the arrival and departure halls. Frölunda Airfield* has been added, giving you a second bonus airport, along with the previously included Visby Airport (ESSV). Malmo Airport was updated with functional VDGS (require Nool plugin, installed by Orbx Central if not present) and animated Type-T jetways. Malmo and Bromma now feature custom animated airside vehicles, as well as an option to disable static aircraft. Grab the latest updates or add these amazing airports to your collection (and earn some orbs in the process!) *Use SE18 when selecting Frölunda Airfield in the mapviewer. Note that Asobo have an airfield (ESKA) already at this location in the mapviewer. This is an error as this airport is no longer operational nor was it placed in the correct location to begin with.
    9 points
  8. Having installed WU11 Canada this morning, I thought that I would fly from there. CYYZ Toronto Pearson International Airport in MSFS. I chose Toronto having read a number of posts on other forums about the update. I have never seen so many melted buildings in MSFS. Photogrammetry at its worst. I had three attempts (exit MSFS restart pc) hence the different liveries. Perhaps you are luckier than me. I haven't posted any shots outside of the airport as they would not be suitable for anyone of a sensitive nature. I have read that Edmonton is OK so that will be my next airport. Anyway, just a few (not melted) shots .
    8 points
  9. Another absolutely *superb* contribution from Anthony Lynch. The MSFS Tiger Moth isn't just a port-over from his P3D model - it's a completely new aircraft - with all sorts of amazing, carefully thought out features. Here's NZMF to start with ... a pretty grubby day for VFR, but worth a go! Getting better ... Beautiful cockpits (front and back): Over to Gloucestershire ... TEGB ... The Golden Valley - Chalford, nr. Stroud ... my old home! That's all folks!
    8 points
  10. Slowly inserting our assets in the sim Can warmly recommend this hotel if ever staying at Arlanda over night. Just a minutes walk from the departure hall, great breakfast and nice rooms and a very nice lounge.
    8 points
  11. MSFS Orbx's Partner Hawaii This tine me and Agnes Blanch McGilicutty made a flight from one island to another. This helicopter is a joy to fly but it moves slowly so it was a scenic yet leisurely trip. Departing PHNY. Also, please forgive my use of the "incorrect" tail number. I honestly don't want to offend anyone. Approaching PHMK.
    8 points
  12. Orbx Content:Bryce Canyon, Partner content: SimWorks RV14, SoFly WPP Previously A couple more drone views of Bryce Canyon and a trio of my continuing flight. 7. 8. 9. 10 11
    8 points
  13. 23 years on Sunday. Probably fortunately that we are still married, after all the cash I've forked over to Orbx over the years, lol!
    8 points
  14. Happy wife , happy life ………words to live by .
    8 points
  15. MSFS Orbx's SA Mesh Another Carlos recommended flight. This time from SCTE to SAZS.
    7 points
  16. Hello, it is pretty clear that there are no across the board results as a consequence of installing SU10. As a sweeping generalisation, anecdotal evidence points to the effect being much less pronounced on "high end" systems than it is on those lower down the scale. In my case, for example, the difference between SU9, SU10 and Dx 11 and Dx 12 is negligible. My preferred settings never get anywhere near the frame rates that some are reporting, but I have always chosen the quality of what I see on the screen over the number of frames per second. I also find that even with the highest possible settings, allowing the frame rate to run amock achieves nothing in terms of on-screen quality but instead simply produces much higher temperatures in the PC hardware for no other return than more frames per second. For this reason, I keep the frame rate limited to 33% of 75hz, 25 fps and the frame rate counter switched off. In the FS forums, one can read posts that state that SU10 is the magic bullet, followed by a post that SU10 has broken the simulator, so the range of results appears to be as large as the number of users who care to contribute to those forums.
    7 points
  17. Too funny Karl, makes me glad I'm not married!!
    7 points
  18. 7 points
  19. Our departure airstrip is somewhere in the jungles of Ecuador. These remote strips are still today sometimes used by Douglas DC-3 airplanes. As we will get our DC-3 only in November, we use the equally capable Ju-52 to ferry to these areas badly needed supplies. Shell Mera is a small city located on the western edge of the Ecuadorian Amazon and in the eastern foothills of the Andes. It is located about 94 miles (151 km) southeast of Quito. Its name comes from the Royal Dutch Shell corporation. Shell Mera was established in 1937 as a Shell Oil Company base. The base consisted of little more than several basic shacks and a 5,000-foot (1,500 m) airstrip. It was operated as part of Shell's prospecting efforts in the region.
    6 points
  20. Somewhere in the Southern Mediterranean Sea....... USS George H W Bush CVN-77 in MSFS
    6 points
  21. Happy birthday Rob @Rob Abernathy I hope you have a great birthday!
    6 points
  22. The final stop in my short tour of South Island New Zealand. NZTW Twizel Medical Centre. It is part of the NZMC package. I have included a map to show its position relative to Mount Cook and Glentanner. (NZMC and NZ mesh in MSFS).
    6 points
  23. Fly Tampa Sydney. FSLTL AI Cheers Graeme
    6 points
  24. Firstly - a belated "Many Thanks" - to those blokes who wished me a Happy Birthday on my 87th last week - and thankfully - not too many wished me "Happy Returns' because on that infamous day - ------ My mid range PC went belly up in a massive crash - that eventually wiped out 4 HDDs which has meant a complete rebuild with all new bits and pieces and I am at the moment downloading everything again - this time upgraded all the important bits and mS have designated it "Ultra " all through on my SSDs The bright side of this is that she who must be obeyed - readily agreed to the huge cost - as a Birthday present to myself
    6 points
  25. In the Dungeness Peninsular of southern Kent at the Southcoast of England between Hastings and Folkestone+Dover is Lydd Airport(EGMD) situated. The airport scenery is faithful and detailled modelled by Orbx-partner Burning Blue Design. Hereby some shots that gives an overview:
    6 points
  26. MSFS Orbx Partner Parallel 42's Freedom Fox. This is a flight from 42MX to FFOX where the guy who built the Fox lives, it was a beautiful and scenic flight.
    6 points
  27. A short flight from Glentanner Aerodrome to NZMC Mount Cook Airport, South Island New Zealand. (NZMC and NZ mesh in MSFS) More stunning scenery!
    6 points
  28. NZNS Nelson Airport New Zealand and NZ mesh in MSFS. The airport is situated at the very north of the island.
    6 points
  29. Hi mate, you may have already checked this out or have it already. Yesterday I purchased the FSW Cessna 414AW Chancellor, and what a great little aircraft. In case you haven't got around to checking it out, I thought I's give you a heads up. This is a beautiful aircraft and borders on a "study" level aircraft. Not sure? Go to their website and download the manual, there is a lot to learn about this little treasure, lots of preflight stuff you only get on things like the 727 from PMDG. I think you'd love it Jack, and it would sit beautifully in your hanger. I did a short flight this morning, Athens to Corfu, and even though I'm still learning the Cessna systems, it flew like a dream, and the engine sounds, I felt like I was in the real thing. IF you haven't already, give it a look. Of course this is only my opinion, and that of several more experienced simmers on Youtube. Sorry no pics, it wasn't an Orbx scenery. Don
    6 points
  30. 70 - 80 fps? I guess in outside view of the default C152 at 10,000 feet in the middle of the Pacific Ocean with clear skies.
    6 points
  31. Ant's DH.82 Tiger Moth ❤️ for MSFS Repaint Jan Kees Blom
    6 points
  32. 6 points
  33. I have selective hearing so everything is hunky dory.
    6 points
  34. A big change from a Cessna 152 If I could get this off the ground, then anyone can Cheers R Reference The video is pretty stellar High Performance Group HPG Project H135. It is freeware available from https://flightsim.to/file/8970/airbus-h135-helicopter-project There are (at last count) 557 liveries available for it also https://flightsim.to/c/liveries/airbus-h135/
    6 points
  35. The name Belfast derives from the Irish Béal Feirsde, later spelt Béal Feirste. The word béal means "mouth" or "river-mouth" while feirsde/feirste is the genitive singular of fearsaid and refers to a sandbar or tidal fjord across a river's mouth. The name therefore translates literally as "(river) mouth of the sandbar" or "(river) mouth of the ford". Just trying out my new aeroplane at one of the top airports available for MSFS. EGAA Belfast International Airport developed by Orbx partner - Pyreegue Dev Co.
    6 points
  36. two very funny captions.... a very true statement, 31 years next month.....+ 6 before we got married....
    6 points
  37. Tnat's why I'm happily divorced Karl. I may have a throffy or 6 with you. cheers Gumby
    6 points
  38. The beautiful Darrington in PNW. Should be the October fall page. Cheers Graeme
    5 points
  39. 5 points
  40. This weekends flight is from EPSY to EPKK. I'm liking flying Poland right now, Drzewiecki has some great Polish airports, (and on special right now) I've posted EPSY OLSYTYN - MAZURY first. Hope you enjoy them. Don Thanks for looking Don
    5 points
  41. MSFS Orbx's South American Mesh This flight was recommended by Carlos and well worth the trip. That's some fabulous scenery right there!
    5 points
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