NMLW Posted August 3, 2018 Share Posted August 3, 2018 South Pacific flight 735 is a Grumman G-73 Mallard on a late afternoon flight from Papeete, Tahiti Faaa Seaplane Base to Bora Bora, Motu Mute Seaplane Base, both in French Polynesia (NTAW - NTBW). We have 250 gallons of fuel on board for the 139 nm flight of about one hour and five minutes. We will experience moderate to light cloud cover while cruising at 9,000 feet. Thanks to: Aircraft: Grumman G-73 Mallard. The Model by Milton Shupe; FDE by Airwrench and Michael Vader; sounds by Nigel Richards, Textures by William Ellis. Propliner AI & Traffic: CalClassic & FS Aviator - Tom Gibson, Mike Stevens, Jason Krogmann, Manuel Jagmann, Bill Towers, Nikko Yaginuma, Richard Wright, Frederick Coleman, Dave Jones, Paul Haak, Marty Lochmiller, Ake Lindberg, Harland Sandberg, Richard Wright and Gary Harper at www.calclassic.com Flight Simulator, Scenery and Add-ons: MS FS2004 v9.1 and: -Tahiti and Bora Bora Seaplane Bases from the 1962 Asia Pacific Scenery by Mike Stevens, Wolfgang Gersch, and Tom Gibson. At www.calclassic.com - Rwy12 and EZ Static Object and Scenery Libraries at www.flightsim.com - FS2004 Classic Scenery Libraries by Wolfgang Gersch (classic_libraries_v4a.zip) at www.flightsim.com - REX FS9 w/Overdrive & SP5 for sky, cloud, weather, water/wave, runway, taxiway, sun, grass textures and runway lighting. - Flight One Ground Environment Pro II Click to Enlarge . . . . . . 1. Loading passengers at gate 2 water. 2. Hatch closed, cockpit checks completed and starting number one. 3. Taxiing out to runway 4 water for departure. 4. We are airborne. 5. Climbing through 500 feet with the airport off our right wing. 6. Turning on a course of 286 for Bora Bora. 7. On course and climbing through 3,000 feet. 8. About 12 nm from Tahiti we see Moorea Island off to the left. 9. Climbing through 8,000 feet. 10. Cruising at altitude about 45 nm from Papeete. More in the reply . . . . . . . . . Larry Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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