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    Default Bush flying

    jk tw0001 by JanKees Blom, on Flickr

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    Fantastic JK, beautiful and challenging!

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    Great photos, I loved bush flying around BC, wished someone would design the BC scenery for fs2020
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    Nice pics. I love flying in PNG, partly because of the challenging strips, and partly because I did some work there years ago as a young airport engineer. There are many freeware strips available for PNG at flightsim.to for MSFS.
    I can’t wait for scenery developers to give even more attention to PNG.
    Cheers.

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    Great looking set of the Otter! Looks like a fun place to land.
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    A wonderfully capable plane. And wonderful shots of it! -- Bob (thought I was gonna make some double entendre comment, didn't 'cha)

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    Great shoats as normal JK! As most of my RW landings in H-34s and H-46s were "Remote Area Landings." I always enjoy them more than most. And yes, when simming Remote Area Landings, the Otter is usually my plane of choice as well.

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    Being an old chopper guy I usually fly low and slow.

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    Fine flight and beautiful pics. of it.
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