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  1. Default The good old 747..

    When it comes to airplanes, I always prefer the older jetliners.
    The 747-200/300 might be one of my very favourites.
    I was making a flight from Stockholm to Athens and I made a quick stop in Zurich.
    Here are some screenshots from the second half of the trip, enjoy!

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    I hope you enjoyed, and feel free to post screenshots of your 747!

    - Dennis

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    Very nice! Gonna miss seeing these birds in real life!
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    Nice pics, Dennis, of a work horse of an aircraft! I must admit, when first flying with the FSX, the 747 did intimidate me with the size of this big bird!
    Since forcing myself to get more acquainted with the 747, I have found that this enormous aircraft is a lot more gentle to fly than some of the smaller jetliners! Here is one of my now favorite 747's, the 747-8i. A great flier, for sure!

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    Great shots! I also always liked the 747-200.
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    Great ones Dennis!!

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    Sure that that was a plane, and still is in my opinion! Since I get into flying by 737-200 and 600, got no much time to fly the 747
    Lately found a fine VC improvement to the FSX default; check at http://www.simviation.com/fsnd/menu.html (other planes also) needs some tweaking plus a good knowledge of the internal structure and relations in a plane's folder (be wary of the default installation)
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    nice shots Dennis and Rick, well done.

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    Nicely displayed Dennis.
    Larry

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    Thank you everybody, and that is also a nice shot Rick. Lovely to see how the 747 progressed but remained so identical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flightsimg View Post
    Sure that that was a plane, and still is in my opinion! Since I get into flying by 737-200 and 600, got no much time to fly the 747
    Lately found a fine VC improvement to the FSX default; check at http://www.simviation.com/fsnd/menu.html (other planes also) needs some tweaking plus a good knowledge of the internal structure and relations in a plane's folder (be wary of the default installation)
    I know the upgrade, it certainly makes it look a lot better.
    Do you fly the 737-200 and 600 with a VC? if yes, which plane is it?

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