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flsm (Frank)

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  1. DC3 in front of Orbx's YMEN Essendon, Melbourne, Australia, heritage Tower & Hangar precinct. Cheers. (click for full screen view)
  2. Join me in the beaut Cirrus SR22 for a visit to the very scenic & very, very challenging 2NC0 Mountain Air airstrip, and nearby strips in The Great Smoky Mountains, the USA's most visited National Park & a World Heritage Listed Area. Details are provided if you wish to replicate the flight for yourself. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  3. Come with me in the F-A/18 Hornet fighter to see the many military airfields developed in Australia's Northern Territory "top end" for the RAAF & USAAF following the attack on Darwin in February 1942 by the same Japanese aircraft carrier fleet that attacked Pear Harbour in December 1941. Also, experience some maneuvers in the Hornet. Finally, enjoy a visit to famous Uluru/Ayers Rock smack in the middle of Australia. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  4. Looks like an ok idea to me. Maybe I will finally win one! Cheers.
  5. Come with me in this Part 2 video in the Daher TBM 930 high-performance turbo-prop to continue our tour of the famous Dolomite mountains in the NE Italian Alps. You will soon see why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Area. Challenge yourself at the small grass airstrips. See the awesome, disastrous Vajont Dam. Circle incredible rocky peaks. Overfly beautiful lakes. See castles & other sites as well. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  6. Come with me in the Daher TBM 930 high-performance turbo-prop for a tour of the famous Dolomite mountains in the NE Italian Alps. You will soon see why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Area. Challenge yourself at the small grass airstrips. Circle the incredible rocky peaks. Overfly the beautiful lakes. See other sites as well. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  7. Top Gun Maverick over Orbx's Ruins of Urquart Castle, Loch Ness, Scotland, UK, with snow and storms. Cheers.
  8. Join me in the Cub for a tour of the remote, rugged, scenic Western Isles (or Outer Hebrides), Scotland, UK - airstrips, beaches, lochs, mountains, cliffs, lighthouses, castles & more. Using Orbx's UK North scenery. Part 2 of 2. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  9. Join me in the Cub for a tour of the remote, rugged, scenic Western Isles (or Outer Hebrides), Scotland, UK - airstrips, beaches, lochs, mountains, cliffs, lighthouses, castles & more. Part 1 of 2. Using Orbx's UK North scenery. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  10. Thanks. Just the sort of historical stuff I am into. Will check it out later today. Cheers.
  11. Ah ha, looks like you are right. In his latest video, in one of his replies, he says he is now with an organisation called Ethnos 360 Aviation in the USA and New Tribes Mission in PNG. Cheers.
  12. Great stuff. Do the POIs appear on the MSFS World Map? Is there a list of POIs? We need these to be able to plan flights. Cheers.
  13. Come replicate in MSFS the emergency medical flight of YouTuber Missionary Bush Pilot in his video of 6 May 2022. Fly from Goroka to short, steep, mountain-top strip Dinangat to pick up the patient, and then onto Nadzab to deliver the patient to the doctor. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  14. Come journey along the River Spey in Scotland from its source in the Highlands, through world-famous Speyside Malt Whiskey Distilleries area, to the RAF Airfields (current Lossiemouth, and former Dallarchy, Milltown & Kinloss) around the River's mouth where it enters the North Sea. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. Come visit the beautiful Isle of Man, a UK Protectorate in the middle of the Irish sea, and see how it defended itself, housed civilian "alien" internees, and trained tens of thousands of military personnel in numerous areas. See the airfields as they were then in WW2 and as they are now in MSFS. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  18. Come visit Okinawa, Japan, and see why it was the last, and perhaps greatest, battle of WW2 in the Pacific Theatre. Using MSFS. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  19. Come visit Nadzab (just outside Lae) in Papua New Guinea, and associated areas, and see how American and Australian paratroopers carried out the 1st successful airborne operation of WW2 and one considered to be the best "text-book" example of an airborne op. Also see the massive air-base they built at Nadzab to help take the war towards Japan. Orbx mesh for PNG in MSFS please! Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  20. Come redo the 1921 record flight of famous Australian aviator, Francis Briggs, using his own words, from Melbourne, Victoria, to Alice Springs, the remote, outback, red-centre of Australia. This was the 1st flight ever to Alice Springs. This video is Part 2 of 2, Adelaide to Alice Springs. Part 1 was Melbourne to Adelaide. Hope you enjoy. Cheers.
  21. Come redo the1921 record flight of famous Australian aviator, Francis Briggs, using his own words, in his De Havilland DH4 biplane from Melbourne, Victoria, to Alice Springs, the remote, outback, red-centre of Australia. This was the 1st flight ever to Alice Springs. This video is Part 1 of 2. Using Orbx scenery for Adelaide. Cheers.
  22. Very nice. Love Oz, old aircraft and strong colours. Cheers.
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