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  1. To the left of the sun is Mount McLaughlin over 8000 feet high. Above the Saberliner is Coker Butte, a couple of hundred feet high. To the right is Roxy Anne Mountain, about 3000 feet, a county park at the summit, and a very nice winery on the lower slopes. A morning flight to somewhere, not yet sure where. in the offing.
  2. Some golden oldies for Martyn. His famous "Big Nose" plane.
  3. Hello. I was just wondering if the team is working on brining ESSA to msfs. Its my local airport and my favourite scenery from P3D v5 and i have waited a while for a good payware option for msfs, but it hasnt come from anywhere. Was just wondering if we can expect a realease in the future? Best regards Robin
  4. Hi, Just prior to the realease of MSFS, there was an online forum with Orbx CEO Anna Cicognani and we were reassured that products we had previously purchased for P3D would be discounted by 40%. The announcement was made here: https://Orbx.group/Orbx-announces-products-for-the-new-microsoft-flight-simulator/ This is the text: "Orbx Simulation Systems CEO Anna Cicognani said: “At Orbx we are thrilled by the launch of the new Microsoft Flight Simulator, and can’t wait to spend some serious time flying in it. We’ve been waiting to confirm our products and pricing for Microsoft Flight Simulator, and we are now happy to provide an update. Our talented developers have been hard at work bringing the Orbx experience, valued by simmers around the world, to Microsoft Flight Simulator. Orbx is producing a superior line-up of products to support the new platform, with 8 products available at or shortly after launch. During the launch window these products will be available for purchase at competitive pricing levels, currently ranging from US$7.99 to US$19.99 through OrbxDirect and the Microsoft FlightSim Marketplace. We are also happy to confirm that current owners of Orbx products running on Prepar3D, X-Plane and Aerofly FS 2 that are launched for Microsoft Flight Simulator will receive a 40% discount. As ownership needs to be validated, this discount can only be applied via purchases from OrbxDirect." I had bought quite a few of the Australian airports and wanted to upgrade them - but when i go to purchase e.g. Coffs Harbour for MSFS, no discount is applied if I go through the purchase process. Can anyone tell me how I go about claiming the discount as previously announced? Many thanks in advance.
  5. As I had capacity restraints by using MSFS as my 4th FlightSim, I had to decide to delete one of the other Sim's and the lot of companion Addon's. After a hard to make a decision I canceled everything of P3Dv4 and v5 out of my harddrives to leave enough space to the newcomer MSFS. As remembrance to some fine addons made by Orbx for P3D, one of the best memories was the Honolulu-Oahu-Hawaii scenery, made a lot of screenshots and made hereby a kind of slideshow:
  6. Left Portland on Ry 28R then on climbing out had to do about a 180 to head off to Yakama That's Mt. St Helens in the background. the B120 looks good, flies good, and integrates well with the GTN 750. The things you need to work, work. ILS approach into Ry 27 Yakama, KYKM. The approach was very smooth. Flight time from Portland about 30 minutes. Made a pretty good landing.
  7. Here is an ILS approach with the Carenado EMB 120 into KMFR Ry 14, Medford, Oregon. The approach is between the two table rock mountains just below the right wing. When you get between the table rocks it gets real bumpy. Good view of the leftward table rock mountain with the runway in the distance. Just above in the distance is Roxy Ann mountain, an extinct volcano that last erupted several million years ago.
  8. On approach to NZWR, Whangarei, NZ. Close observers will note flaps and gear down and a lot of down elevator. Like some high wing airplanes the Shed tends to balloon a bit with flaps down. I am almost always too high. Shutdown. Nice little airport. Runway 24 is 3595 feet long. Definitely needed the thrust reversers as we floated a bit on landing. I will never like the stupid traffic cones.
  9. Here we are about 5 miles out of YMMB There is no ILS approach and I was quite off line. Took a lot of quick adjustment to get lined up but I managed not too bad a landing except that It turns out that you don't need reverse thrust if you forget to lower the landing gear. YMML would have been a better choice.
  10. Here we are on approach to Brisbane YBBN. I flew out to Sidney the next day and never got any closer to the city center.
  11. I keep coming back to LEAS again and again because some sceneries are beyond perfection. This is one of them.
  12. Hello Team, I dont know if the following issue is from Orbx. BUt there is no City lights. Here you can see Madrid at night. I have install BASE, VECTOR, OPEN LC Europe....
  13. Hello guys... do you have any ideas why my rain textures look horrible? I have Envtex, Skyforce 3d and PrecipitFX.
  14. Chalk's International Mallard, from the Milton Shupe Team, leaving KSAN for a flight up the SoCal coast. TTM (P3D v4.5)
  15. Nice one Orbx - and thanks for the new Brissie Aerodrome for P3D4/5 and for the 50% discount Now we look forward to the completion of the MSFS product integrated with the Cityscape
  16. Super happy about KTEX being ported to V5, but after flying in the rockies area I realized that the amazing gem of 65S is still missing from the roster. Any chance of seeing it in the near future? Best Regards, Alessandro
  17. Good Day dear Orbx folks! As one of the users who have been very vocal about some issues with the release version of Brisbane v2, it is now time for a sincere thank you! For me, the new 1.1.0 update has significantly improved the points that bothered me about the release version. So I would like to thank you for listening to us and apologize for being such a pain in the back. Christoph
  18. Would I be correct in assuming that whilst I am downloading and installing TE products my P3D will be out of action? Just about to get Washington plus both North and South Cal, wanted to make sure I had a large enough enough window of time, it's more the conversion period for me that seems to take the longest....
  19. Welcome to Helsinki! Helsinki-Vantaa Airport (IATA: HEL, ICAO: EFHK; Finnish: Helsinki-Vantaan lentoasema, Swedish: Helsingfors-Vanda flygplats), or simply Helsinki Airport, is the main international airport of the city of Helsinki, its surrounding metropolitan area, and the Uusimaa region. The airport is located in the neighboring city of Vantaa, about 5 kilometres (3 mi) west of Tikkurila, the administrative center of Vantaa and 9.2 NM (17.0 km; 10.6 mi) north of Helsinki city center. The airport is operated by state-owned Finavia. The airport is by far the busiest in Finland (with 20 times the traffic of the next-busiest, Oulu) and the fourth busiest in the Nordic countries in terms of passenger numbers. About 90% of Finland's international air traffic passes through Helsinki Airport. The airport handled 21.8 million passengers in 2019, including 18.9 million international passengers and 2.9 million domestic passengers. On average, the airport handles around 350 departures a day. Key Features Highly detailed rendition of Helsinki airport and it's surroundings Orbx Global / Open LC EU / VECTOR compatible Up to date ground layout according to the real-world changes and current construction Up to date terminal modeling 50cm/pixel satellite resolution for the approach area and airport High-quality 5m mesh coverage for the airport surroundings Accurate and detailed airport infrastructure based on real sizes and dimensions PBR implementation for taxiways and runways PBR implementation for the airport buildings PBR precipitation and snow effects Terminal interior model (simplified for maximum performance) Very realistic night lighting with directional taxiway centerline lights approach lights including correct brightness and weather/time-based visibility conditions Optimized Dynamic Lightning SODE jetways SODE VDGS and windsocks supported Compatible with P3D V4.5 HF3 and P3D V5 HF2+ Available now: https://orbxdirect.com/product/mkstudios-EFHK Available now: https://orbxdirect.com/product/mkstudios-EFHK
  20. Another short Alaska excursion in the DC-3, this time a Thunderbird Flight Service ship! A short hop from Homer to Kenai with a short load of whiskey for the local boys and girls! Just in "case" you are interested @flyingleafthere was 'hic', absolutely no spillage 'hic' ! Well, OK, just a little! 'hic'! he said as he licked his lips! Hope you enjoy the ride! 1 Doing those mandatory checklists before taxi! 2 Short taxi to runway 04! 3 Hold short, Canadian Geese on short final! Before take off checklist! 4 No between airport scenery shots, so here we are on final into PAEN runway 2L! Gear down, flaps full, 85kts, 2 red, 2 white! 5 Passenger with his head hanging out the window taking runway shots, "spillage" I assume! 6 Area just off the end of the runway, at low tide! 7 Almost over the fence at this point! 8 All around the Water tank, just a waitin' for a plane! Ya, gotta remember that old song!!! 9. Just before splash down...err, I mean touch down! 10 Finally to the unloading of the cargo for the locals and the pilot of course!
  21. When I try to install the scenery I get an error message "2 files failed to extract click verify files" and I do and get the same error message. Any ideas?
  22. Combining thousands of hours of development over the course of the TrueEarth Series, we reach our destination of Southern California and therefore completing the west coast USA. Our TrueEarth series represents innovative technology combined with relentless hard work to provide a truly realistic representation of the area. Combining satellite imagery, hand-crafted modelling and extensive research, TrueEarth Southern California gives you a unique experience from the comfort of your home. Pilots of all types love flying in the area thanks to the stunning landscapes, incredible waterfronts and the numerous harbours, beaches and docks that make up the coast of Southern California and the many urban environments. You won’t find a more comprehensive Californian flying experience anywhere! Enjoy our 20% special launch discount - Ends Oct 2, 1am UTC. Normally $54.95 AUD US$38.65 | €33,24 | £30.28 USD, EUR, GBP estimates only Also available now is the TrueEarth US Bundle https://orbxdirect.com/bundle/trueearth-us-bundle---prepar3d Save on all the TrueEarth US regions for P3D. Important information regarding compatibility with our payware airports in the Southern California region. We will be rolling out progressive updates to the following airports: L05 Kern Valley KSBA Santa Barbara L70 Agua Dulce KBUR Hollywood Burbank KAVX Catalina L35 Big Bear City KPSP Palm Springs KSAN San Diego The updates will be limited to merging of autogen on the respective photoreal boundaries as well as retaining any POIs shipped with the airports. There will remain mismatches of colours of the photoreal imagery due to different sources and that the airports were originally designed for the landclass regions.
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