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FS2004 Flights/Adventures

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  1. FS2004 Flight--Vuelo Alianza Lima

    FS2004 Flight--Vuelo Alianza Lima. A flight from Pucallpa to Lima with the equipment of the futbol Alliance Lima which ended in tragedy. By Jose Munoz Escobedo.

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  2. FS2004 Flight--El Vuelo 19

    FS2004 Flight--El Vuelo 19. Flights plans to recreate Flight 19, the famous flight in which five Avenger airplanes were lost in the Bermuda triangle. Consists of three parts with extensive documentation in Spanish. By Jose Munoz Escobedo.

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  3. FS2004 Nepal Flights

    FS2004 Nepal Flights. Includes five flights over the Himalaya mountains in Nepal, one of which will bring you over Mount Everest 'The Roof of the World', the highest mountain in the world. You must fly FS2004 with FSNavigator installed. By Mikael Seedorff.

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  4. FS2004 Adventure--1934 Brisfit to Baghdad

    FS2004 Adventure--1934 Brisfit to Baghdad. The idea for this real-life flight came from the pages of the October 2007 edition of "Aeroplane Monthly', a magazine which has been the source of inspiration for a couple of flights. In this one, two university undergraduates - one the pilot, the other a friend who wanted to go to Iraq to see his parents - fly an old Bristol Fighter from England to Baghdad via France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Turkey and Syria and then return via Jordan, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Italy and France. The 'Brisfit' they bought for 100 pounds. Built in 1918, it had been declared surplus by the Air ministry in 1924 and was registered G-ABYE. The journey began on August 10th, 1934 and they returned on September 17th. By Bruce Kennewell.

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  5. FS2004 Adventure--"1939, Imperial 109"

    FS2004 Adventure--"1939, Imperial 109". In 1977 the novel "Imperial 109", by Richard Doyle, was published. The story is based on the flight of an Imperial Airways Short 'Empire' Class flying-boat, "Caterina", on its journey through Africa to Cairo and onwards through Europe to England and finally across the Atlantic to New York. Here is presented "Imperial 109" for Microsoft Flight Simulator. It is presented as an unfolding story in blog format. You can take part by following and flying the updates. By Bruce Kennewell.

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  6. FS2004 02_Vuelta al Peru En Jet

    FS2004 02_Vuelta al Peru En Jet. Includes flight plans to return to Peru in a twin engine jet. Includes manual in PDF format with maps of the flights, archives for FS2004 and flight plans in Route Finder format. By Jose Munoz Escobedo.

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  7. FS2004 Adventure--01_Vuelta To Peru

    FS2004 Adventure--01_Vuelta To Peru in a twin engine plane. Return to Peru in any twin engine airplace, passing 75 airports in 21 stages. Includes text and graphical flight plans, maps and a manual in PDF format with all the instructions. Spanish language only. By Jose Munoz Escobedo.

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  8. FS2004 Adventure--20000 Miles In A Flying Boat

    FS2004 Adventure--20,000 Miles In A Flying Boat. Note: this file contains a brief introduction only; the actual adventure requires visiting a web site as describe in the enclosed docs. In 1927, Sir Alan Cobham, pioneer of aerial refuelling and adventuring aviator, undertook a survey flight around Africa. He was accompanied by his wife, Gladys, and four crewmen. The aircraft was a Short S.5 Singapore MkI, a twin-engined, single-fin, open cockpit version of the later four-engine, triple-finned, closed-cockpit Singapore MkIII which entered RAF service. There was only ever one MkI and when Cobham completed his journey it was returned to the Air Ministry, who had loaned it to Sir Alan. The adventurers departed Rochester, on the River Medway, in the morning of 17th. November 1927 and returned in May of 1928, after a trip of over 20,000 air miles and one which involved numerous trials and tribulations, delays and frustrations. Remember... no navaids or comms! By Bruce Kennewell.

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  9. FS2004 Adventure--Malev CRJ Pilot

    FS2004 Adventure--Malev CRJ Pilot. You've got to solve a very hard mission. You live in Budapest, you're a Hungarian CRJ pilot at Malev Hungarian Airlines. One of your colleagues has become seriously ill, and all of the CRJ pilots must work more in the next two weeks than normally. Your mission begins in 2007, 21th of July, and ends 4th of August. You will fly 44 real Malev flights among different weather conditions. You touch every Malev CRJ destinations all around of Europe. Let's see what kind of CRJ pilot you are! By Gyula Kalcso.

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  10. FS2004 German Flights/Adventures

    FS2004 German Flights/Adventures. These are flights to the state capitals of Germany with the default Cessna 172SP. By Klaus Hullermann.

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  11. FS2004 "Glacier Girl" To Duxford

    FS2004 "Glacier Girl" To Duxford, June 2007. This package represents the proposed route and timetable to be flown by P-38 "Glacier Girl" and P-51 "Miss Velma" on their trip to the United Kingdom in June 2007. Both aircraft were to appear at the Flying Legends Air Show at Duxford on the weekend of 7th - 8th. July 2007, with "Miss Velma" remaining in Britain with her new owners. The story behind "Glacier Girl" is well known to most warbird enthusiasts: how she was resurrected from the Greenland ice cap where she had been embedded since the original delivery flight (six P-38's and a B-17) went amiss in July 1942. (The project name 'Bolero' was given to those delivery flights from the USA to Britain in WW2). So this trip - 'Bolero 2' - was to see the P-38 finally complete its delivery flight some 65 years after it left the USA. However, "Glacier Girl" suffered a major engine problem and whilst "Miss Velma" went on alone, the P-38 had to remain behind in the USA and never made it to the Duxford Air Show. By Bruce Kennewell.

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  12. FS2004 VH-RMK - Omaha to Melbourne 1960

    FS2004 VH-RMK - Omaha to Melbourne 1960. This flight replicates the route taken by Ansett-ANA's Viscount VH-RMK (previously Continental Airlines' N241V) when it was delivered - by an Ansett crew - from Omaha, Nebraska to Essendon airport, Melbourne. By Bruce Kennewell.

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  13. FS2004 Adventure--Spot The Bismarck With AI

    FS2004 Adventure--Spot The Bismarck With AI Traffic (readme updated). Re-create history as Flying Officer Dennis Briggs on his now famous training flight under the instruction of Ensign Leonard B. Smith, USNR (US Naval Reserve) flying from Castle Archdale on Lough Erne, Fermanagh, N. I, in the newly aquired lend-lease Catalina Mk1 from the U.S., who spotted the German Battleship Bismarck off the French coast leading to her eventually being sunk by HMS Rodney and HMS King George V. on May 27st 1941. This version with AI traffic. By Dave Oston.

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  14. FS2004 Patrick's Skylane Adventure

    FS2004 Patrick's Skylane Adventure. A good adventure for beginners with many of the flights being short. Descriptions are in German but a manual has English translations. By Patrick Tagliner.

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  15. FS2004 Europe Tour Flights

    FS2004 Europe Tour Flights. Fly a Cessna Skylane to many of the largest cities of Europe. Includes manual in German and English. By Patrick Taglinger.

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  16. FS2004 1947 BWIA St. Kitts to Trinidad

    FS2004 1947 BWIA St. Kitts to Trinidad. British West Indies Airways commenced operations in 1940. This flight is set in 1947, when BWIA were operating the Vickers Viking, and the route takes you down the chain of islands from St. Kitts to Trinidad (the nation of Trinidad and Tobago did not exist back in 1947). By Bruce Kennewell.

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  17. FS2004 Adventure--European Flights

    FS2004 Adventure--European Flights. Here is the rest of the flights. You'll be flying with the default Cessna 182RG from France over Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Greece, Romania, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. (See also EURO1-10.ZIP, etc.). By Klaus Hullermann.

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  18. FS2004 1934 KLM's Fokker "Snip" to Curacao

    FS2004 1934 KLM's Fokker "Snip" to Curacao. On 15 December 1934 the Fokker F-XVIII "Snip" (PH-AIS) took off from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to deliver Christmas mail (26000 letters) to Willemstad Curacao (Dutch West Indies). KLM had to exchange passenger seats for 3500 liter fuel tanks to make the transatlantic crossing. The closest Fokker type is Jens B. Kristensen's Fokker F-XII (F12_V20.ZIP). By Nis Verkijk.

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  19. FS2004 KLM Constellation Flight

    FS2004 KLM Constellation Flight Via Mauritius. In December 1948 Pakistan and India closed their airspace for KLM flights to support the transition of Netherlands East Indies to Indonesia. KLM re-directed the profitable Amsterdam-Jakarta flights via Khartoum, Sudan and Mauritius and across the Indian Ocean. Uses the FSDZigns Lockheed 049A Constellation (filename: FSDZL049.ZIP). By Nis Verkijk.

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  20. FS2004 Adventure--European Flights

    FS2004 Adventure--European Flights, legs 21 through 30. Here are the next 10 flights. You'll be flying with the default Cessna 182RG from Croatia over Albania, Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany to France. By Klaus Hullermann. (See also EURO1-10.ZIP)

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  21. FS2004 Adventure--European Flights

    FS2004 Adventure--European Flights, legs 11 through 20. Here are the next 10 flights of the journey through Europe with the default Cessna 182RG. This time you'll be flying from Germany over Switzerland, France, Italy to Croatia. By Klaus Hullermann. (See also EURO1-10.ZIP)

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  22. FS2004 Capt Cook's World Voyage

    FS2004 Capt Cook's World Voyage, Short 1938. On 26 August 1768, Captain James Cook sailed from Plymouth, England for a three-year voyage around the world. On 26 August 1938, his ficticious great-great-grandson Capt. James Cook and his crew took off from Plymouth in his Imperial Airways' Short S30 LR "Cabot" flying boat to follow this example in 39 flights. Uses Jens Kristensen's EMPIRE20.ZIP. By Nis Verkijk.

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  23. FS2004 Adventure--European Flights

    FS2004 Adventure--European Flights. Includes the first ten legs of the author's flight through Europe with the default Cessna 182RG. By Klaus Hullermann. (See also EU11-20.ZIP, EU21-30.ZIP, EU31-45.ZIP)

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  24. FS2004 DC-3 Around The World Flight

    FS2004 DC-3 Around The World Flight. This package includes all 97 legs. Flight plans for an around the world flight in the default Douglas DC3. DC3_4TK.ZIP is recommended for increased range. DC3DFPN1.ZIP is recommended as an improved panel. By Klaus Hullermann.

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  25. FS2004 1945 - Harry Levy's Flight - Diary

    FS2004 1945 - Harry Levy's Flight - Diary. These are BMP's of relevant pages from Harry Levy's diary concerning his Sunderland flight from Oban, Scotland to Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, in April 1945. They should have been included in the 1945LEVY.ZIP flight and scenery package. By Harry Levy and Bruce Kennewell.

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