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Thread: Three Finals With the European Airlines Boeing 737-200!

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    Default Three Finals With the European Airlines Boeing 737-200!

    Hi!

    Three finals at three of my European Airlines usual stops, with the company's Boeing 737-200


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    Landing at Marseille Marignane (LFML), France. That landing occurs after overflewing the city of Marseille


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    Landing at Milano Malpensa (LIMC), Italy. Largest city of northern Italy, close to the Alps


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    Landing at Frankfurt-am-Main (EDDF), Germany. The weather was not that fair


    .boxed FSX Gold Edition with the Acceleration Pack
    .my plane, a Cantu/Kittyhawk Boeing 737-200ADV I tweaked under several aspects, and made liveries for; using the ENBSeries for FSX freeware to improve light bloom from inside the flightdeck, the pax or outside views
    .some miscellaneous freeware improvements (tarmac textures, pax window view, and the like with some airport aprons, taxiways and runways improved by me from the FSX default) and the airports I flew to/from improved with photoreal textures through the freeware FS Earth Tiles software
    .the freeware shader adjuster rdart78 and textures set
    .people on the tarmacs, my creation with personalized default FSX people
    .weather with http://www.plane-pics.de/fsxwx/home.htm FSXWX
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    Gerard - Nice pics and aircraft! Those 737's are such a pleasure to fly, very stable and very predictable!

    Thanks for sharing! Rick

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    Three nicely displayed approach shots of your EA 737 Gerard.
    Larry

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    Thanks Rick and Larry for your comment!

    Rick: I completely agree! The 737s are very sturdy, stable and agreable to fly. I especially like the short ones like the 200 and recently the 600NG!
    Larry: thanks. all those stops I use with the EA airlines I improved with some photoreal texture. That renders well
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    Three very good looking airfields Gerard

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    Marseille, Milan and Frankfurt! great choice. A beautiful 737-200. Nice shots Gérard, well done.
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    Thanks

    Peer: that's made with the freeware FS Earth Tiles, which yields photoreals. Then one just has to adjust the FSX airfiled with ADE, for example

    Kalizzi: yes, that's a part of a circuit, the Boeing 737-200 on my European Airlines could do along one day!
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    Nice shots of the three approaches at different airports!
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    Thanks DAVIDSTRAKA!
    That's what myself with my second officer are seeing daily along our flights with the European Airlines!
    Kidding!
    Gérard Guichard, Dijon, Burgundy, France. i5 Intel processor, 4 Go of Ram, Nvidia GeForce 920MX, DirectX 12.0, and FSX Gold Edition with SP1, SP2. My personal flightsim website is at http://flightlessons.6te.net

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    Very nice indeed Gérard, well done!

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