Check it out, brethren! ;)
Type: Posts; User: aputech
Check it out, brethren! ;)
My first (remembered) flight was to Kansas City, Missouri, in 1967 to visit my Dad for the Summer. I was in a Boeing 707, the most powerful and long-ranged Modern Jet in the world. I flew alone back...
That looks really good! I'm doing OSM for San Diego, Ca, btw, so I thank you for the heads up on the submission deadline.
I know what you mean Roterhead, too fast of a refuel for sure, but what I do sometimes is just sit at the fueling area for however long it takes in real life, thereabouts, depending on the amount of...
That's quite the assumption.
Wow, it really was something when all of the arrivals at one point were circling in 3 busy stacks simultaneously, just before a cell moved through.
Thanks for the gif!
Very cool, seveverino. Skymaxx 2.0 rocks! Speaking of which, I loved that 757 in "Iron Maiden" livery!
Your videos never disappoint. :o
Carenado King Air B200, and (when it's released) the Flight One/MilViz King Air B350i. Plenty enough avionics-wise to keep you busy, relatively fast (around 300 kts), +20,000ft service ceilings, and...
Here you go, JD-Slow-Thumbs:
This should get you started
You are so bad! :rolleyes:
johankotze, whenever my aircraft become transparent or invisible on my computers (two FSX laptops, one FSX desktop) the problem has usually been caused by excessive heat inside of the computer. I'm...
This was a truly dumb mistake: I "flew" my Cessna 310R from KMYF to KSBA. During the flight I noticed that the engines were running a bit rough and hot no matter how much I tuned the mixture,...
Land that bird and take on more fuel; shooot, I would.
I like! :D
Wow, Nels! A Gemini capsule! That is so cool! :o
dbauder, I agree that stall modeling in FSX--in a word--blows. There's not enough (if any) pre-stall buffeting and lessening of control surface authority, and the stalls are, in my opinion, way too...
It might be "completely different," but it's also completely cool! Great scenery, too!
I agree. It seems that the things I spent the most "practice time" on when I was student pilot (steep turns to heading/altitude, turns around a point, S-turns across a road at a constant altitude,...
I agree with the first reply. I use the Cyborg X myself on my laptops when I'm away from home and need to SIM. Works just fine. I've used it for 4 years so far.
Hi, guys. I was wondering how often we members of FlightSim.com practice our basic flying techniques. I must admit that my own answer is 'not often enough.' I practice pattern work, turns to...
Advice-wise the one thing that immediately comes to mind is that you can't let your examiner distract you. Mine was bugging me so much that I told him that he was...
FYI here are two online sites that can be an invaluable tool for enhancing your sim experience:
No it was Daffy duck from an episode where he and Bugs took a wrong turn, heading to Pismo Beach and stumbled upon a magic lamp, etc, etc, etc.
kpv2011, I would choose Wien Air Alaska. I lived in Alaska on and off for several years, and Wien was purported to have the most skilled and ballsy '37 drivers in the world. I flew many PAX hours...
vroom64, wait until your airspeed indicator reads 65-70 kts, then *ease* the nose back until your attitude indicator (artificial horizon) shows about a 5 degree climb angle. I'd tell you higher,...