NMLW Posted September 5, 2019 Share Posted September 5, 2019 Sabena flight 905 is a Sikorsky CH-34A "Choctaw" standing in for and painted as an S-58 on a flight from Brussels Zaventem to Antwerp Deurne (EBBR â€“ EBAW). We have 40 gallons of fuel on board for the short 17 nm flight. There will be moderate cloud cover above us for the flight. We will be cruising at an altitude of 4,000 feet only briefly. Thanks to: Aircraft: Sikorsky CH-34A â€œChocktawâ€ standing in for an S-58. The model is by Paul Bradshaw. The Sabena paint is by John M Van Voorhis Jr. 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 Scenery and Add-ons: MS FS2004 v9.1, MS Windows 7 and: - Brussels Zaventem and Antwerp Deurne Airports are from the 1961Central Europe - Belgium Airports package by Harry Biard, Nikko Yaginuma , Jaap de Baare, Wolfgang Gersch, Tom Gibson and Bernard Leuenberger. At www.calclassic.com - Sabena timetable, July 1 â€“ October 31, 1961 at www.timetableimages.com - Rwy12 and EZ Static Object and Scenery Libraries. At www.flightsim.com - FS2004 Classic Scenery Libraries v4a by Wolfgang Gersch. At www.flightsim.com - REX FS9 w/Overdrive & SP5. - Flight One Ground Environment Pro II - FS Genesis UT Europe. Click to enlarge . . . . . 1. Sabena timetable, July 1 â€“ October 31, 1961. 2. Flight plan filed, cockpit checks completed, passengers boarded and engine started. 3. We have opted for a helipad takeoff and are taxiing out to helipad 1. 4. Awaiting takeoff clearance from the tower. 5. Clearance received and we are off. 6. Climbing away from the terminal building. 7. Continuing to climb and turning on course for Antwerp. 8. Climbing through 1,200 feet over Melsbroek Air Base. 9. Now at about 2,700 feet near Zemst. 10. We are at our cruising altitude of 4,000 feet with the city of Mechelen below. More in the reply . . . . Larry Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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