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    Default Where did you fly today ?

    Hi all,

    I thought that I would lighten the mood by throwing this one out there.

    For me, three flights today
    EGNH (Blackpool) to EGKK (Gatwick)
    LSGG (Geneva) to LFMN (Nice), one of my favourite flights this one
    and LFMN (Nice) to LXGB (Gibraltar)

    All IFR, all in the Longitude. All without a hitch.

    I'm lovin' it

    Regards
    Stinger

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    In route now from Pensacola, FL to San Antonio, TX in my Seminole. All VFR. Lovin' it! Oil derricks galore out there.Click image for larger version. 

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    Interesting subject, I too wonder what everyone else is doing with their sim.

    One time a long time ago I did an in depth analysis of the Battle of the Bulge and I created a large KML file in Google Earth with placemarks for all the events. For the last few days I have been flying over some of those places and struggling with navigating the Eiffel area of Germany (where I was stationed in the US Army in the early 60s), and Belgium. I wish I'd had this sim when I was first researching the battle(s), being able to actually see the terrain is much more revealing than looking at a map or Google Earth. The hill system east of St Vith is not as large as I thought it was.

    Last week was spent entirely in the Yosemite Valley area, much of it following the Merced River at an altitude of 200' or so (heh heh, the FAA can't stop me from flying that low in the sim). I've also practiced mountain flying around Aspen.

    One day last month I flew the Darién Gap, also at about 200'; that would be a very risky flight IRL.

    I have dabbled in aerobatics, and I'm impressed by the fact that the sim does a pretty good job of mimicking aircraft performance in unusual attitudes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfojimbo View Post

    Last week was spent entirely in the Yosemite Valley area, much of it following the Merced River at an altitude of 200' or so (heh heh, the FAA can't stop me from flying that low in the sim). I've also practiced mountain flying around Aspen.
    That's a beautiful area. I like the area on the other side of the Sierra's as well, for the contrast of sharp mountain peaks and desert.
    - James

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    Logged this flight yesterday, Boston to Denver. Actually, I was inspired to try out the Citation CJ4 computer system by this gentleman's
    Youtube video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yn_oJashV48&t=1130s. Worked out pretty well.
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    KJFK to KEWR for my New York City Tour
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    (LYTV)-Tivat, beautiful place to fly around

    Послато са SM-N975F помоћу Тапатока

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    KPSP-KORD, KORD-KBOS, KBOS-KLGA all in an A321 in American Livery.

    Now if someone would just come out with some decent airport scenery for KPSP.
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    Two short flights.
    KFET to KOLU
    KTVF to CJA3
    both in the Diamond 40 NG
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    Quote Originally Posted by BorisMarkus View Post
    (LYTV)-Tivat, beautiful place to fly around

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    Sounds interesting, I might try this one today ! Thanks for sharing.

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