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  1. After having watched recently the latest version of “Death on the Nile”, I came to the conclusion that the 1978 version with Peter Ustinov is still my preferred version of it. But at least it convinced me to fly in that area again. I take off in a vintage Nieuport, which is available here in the Orbx store, from Luxor
  2. Very nice flight, Gerold, but if you allow me to say so, NZ with the Orbx mesh looks so much more real nowadays in MSFS that it is hard to go back to P3D with its Orbx landclass sceneries
  3. Superb shots of the canal area, Ikbenik
  4. Many thanks, Wayne. Most of my flights are GA based with less than three hours of total flight time. So this one was an exception, which I still enjoyed a lot
  5. Yes sir, non stop Many thanks, Landon Thanks, John, it was quite some fun Thank you very much, Carlos Me too, Frank, thank you for commenting Many thanks, Graeme Thanks a lot, Gumby I'm glad you like them, Mikee Thanks a lot, Gerold. As the saying goes: it's all in a day's work Many thanks, Adam Thanks for your kind comment, John
  6. I can just repeat, what everybody has said already, Adam. Nice shots and the last one is a corker!
  7. To make this flight a bit more interesting, I decide to fly the longer route along the western coast. The Vickers Viscount I use was ported over from P3D Near the Belyuen area, southwest of Darwin Approaching the Bonaparte Gulf, which was named in 1803 after Joseph Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon, by French explorer Nicolas Baudin Over Broome While New Zealand has its 90-Mile beach, Australia has here its 80-Mile beach, which is a Marine Park Over Port Hedland Passing over a Naval Communication Station Finally over Perth
  8. Thanks a lot, Adam Hahaha, yes I remembered, but haven't seen it in ages. Thanks for your comment, Gerold I'm glad you liked it, Graeme Many thanks, ikbenik You made my day, John !! Thank you very much for commenting, Landon !
  9. Timbuktu, is an old city in the western African country of Mali. It was historically important as a trading post on the trans-Saharan caravan route and as a center of Islamic culture (c. 1400–1600). It is located on the southern edge of the Sahara, about 13 km (8 miles) north of the Niger River. The city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988. In 2012, in response to armed conflict in the region, Timbuktu was added to the UNESCO List of World Heritage in Danger. Leaving Casablanca it is obvious, which plane to choose To our right side is the Hassan II mosque. Built in 1993, it is the second largest functioning mosque in Africa and is the 7th largest in the world. Its minaret is the world's second tallest minaret at 210 m (689 ft) We have reached the Atlas mountain range East of Zagora and the D’Irique National Park In Algerian airspace south of the Atlas mountains west of the city Béni Abbès Deep into the Sahara desert. The many different desert colors you’ll find here are just amazing Near Taoudénit, a remote salt mining center in the desert region of northern Mali, 664 km (413 mi) north of Timbuktu Just north of Timbuktu And finally over Timbuktu
  10. Great shots, Adam. I love your sail boat!
  11. Nice screenies, Landon. I'm not a big tube driver either, so setting up the FMS properly is also for me quite a task
  12. Nice flight, Gerold. Next time you fly such a big bird without cargo, let us know in advance. I know a couple of decent wineries down under that would love to have their goodies shipped for free
  13. Many thanks, Gerold. I have the same feeling. Absolutely! Thanks, Landon. I'm happy that you like them Thank you very much, John Many thanks, Wayne. The water really looks superb and adds a lot to the immersion
  14. Wow, luckily this is "just" in our sim, otherwise I would be seriously worried about your health, my friend
  15. Mt. Fuji and the Electra!! Great captures, Landon !!
  16. Very nice shots, Landon and a good collection of aircraft !
  17. I take off from Horn Island and fly north towards Badu Island Passing by Hawkesbury Island Approaching Badu Island Badu Island is to my right side
  18. Thank you very much John, Mikee and Wayne !!
  19. Hahaha, maybe. But I wouldn't be able to share those pics with you then Many thanks, Wayne
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