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    Personally I will be heading to the far north - Svalbard/Longyear. The scenery is really beautiful up there even in FSX with default land class. A nice flight in the A320 across to Kirkenes or Murmansk.
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    Telluride Colorado (KTEX) in a GA airplane!
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    EKM to GYY with a little tour over my home town of South Bend to see my house, and Notre Dame !

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    Probably in this order.
    KFMZ to KOLU
    KFET to KRAP
    KMCI to KCLE

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    SKBO to SKBG or SABE to SACO. My two main routes in real life.
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    KDTW Detroit, MI south to KTOL Toledo. VFR so I can see my house out by the big Lake . Flight will not happen until the end of the year as I need to build 2 new PC's and a better cockpit before FS2020 is purchased .

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    1. EGSH --> EHAM in the neo, my old British Airways Virtual route ;¬)
    I also use it to test new aircraft I put in FSX as I sort of know it fairly well.

    2. EGSS --> EDDF --> ESKN in the Neo or maybe the 747(?)
    A nice flight time and time for a bit of congestion

    3. I'll use a weather page to find some wind/rain/thunderstorms - usually good for a laugh

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    I think many will do the traditional "can I see my house" as their inaugural flight, ha!

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    I'd like to say Meigs, because that was the default flight for generations but I'm guessing that, as in the real world, its not there anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EaglesNest View Post
    I'd like to say Meigs, because that was the default flight for generations but I'm guessing that, as in the real world, its not there anymore.
    Great Idea ! Will be really interesting comparing the old vs new !

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