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    Shalom and greetings all my pals,

    Presenting a darn nice winter commuter flight from KGPI Glacier Park International Airport located six miles northeast of Kalispell in Montana to KPDX Portland International Airport located just south of the Columbia River 12 miles northeast of downtown Portland in Oregon.

    Airborne on climb to F300



    Climbing past background view of Doris Mountain



    Making right turn to west above background view of Flathead River to start the waypoint route KILLY V448 KARPS V120 GEG J143 LTJ



    Now at correct westward still climbing to F300 with background view of mountains of Flathead National Forest



    Leaving background view of the same mountain range mentioned above



    Now cruising at FL300 at mach 0.80



    Passing Hayden suburb of city of Coeur d'Alene with view of Hayden Lake on right and highway route number 95 on left of the plane



    Passing Spokane suburb called Spokane Valley where you can see just behind left wing a big rectangular shaped building which is actually Spokane Valley Mall and exactly below tip of the left wing is highway intersection of two highways which are highway number 90 running across the screenshot and highway number 27 running from top to bottom of the screenshot with nice view of Spokane river



    Passing KSFF Felts Field, which long long before opening of Spokane airport, was original Spokane airport located five miles northeast of downtown Spokane with highway route 90 off tip of left wing and Sponake River off tip of right wing while the plane is directly above highway 290 called East Trent Avenue that you can see out of the planes tail



    Passing center of city of Spokane



    Because of the regulations of the forums not permitting more than 10 screenshots per post, please be kind enough to go to this hyperlink to view rest of the exciting flight.

    Here is the link; http://tonymadgehjg.proboards.com/th...get-runway-10l

    Thank you for viewing!!! Please stay tuned for next exciting flight!!

    Regards,

    Aharon

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    Great one! Like those crisp views of cold weather!
    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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    Beautiful set as always! I really like the scenery detail in your approach and landing. Well done!

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    Great work with the pics of the OSU Bombardier and the beautiful winter scenery Aharon.
    Larry

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    These are excellent shots!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Thanks to everybody for very kind words.

    Regards,

    Aharon

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