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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    A few recent operations shots

    These are at or over various locations from the last week or two. I was flying into and out of Frankfurt a lot.

    Flying north over Innsbruck:




    At Heathrow:




    This was Oberpfafenhofen. I scared the bejesus out of that Piper guy:




    A few from Frankfurt:




    Crossing the A5:







    The end of the line for the evening:

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    Wow, those screens look very nice. I'm using PII chips with 128 mb VGA cards, and about 512mb RAM, so my scenery looks like I have about four pixels on the screen, light blue for sky, green for terra, dark blue for water , and white for the aircraft. LOL. Yours shows supprot apparatus, tugs, lights, heck I think I even saw a pair of director beacons set on one of the tugs, nice shots, definitely inspires me too upgrade my free computers to newer used(hopefully free) computers.

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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    And that's FS9! You can build a good computer cheap to run it.

    That's all payware scenery and the DF727. FS9 scenery isn't as nice, but at least it's an airport.

    I wish someone had some good payware for Prague.
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    A few shots from a just completed trip from Friedrichshafen to Augsberg. I flew this low at 8500' and hand flew it.

    I didn't even need an enroute chart for this 100 mile trip. The SID from Friedrichshafen leads to the STAR for Augsberg. How convenient is that?

    It was a pretty flight with all of the city lights below and only scattered Q.

    Augsberg's runway is only 1280 meters, so this was a rare occasion for 40 flaps.

    I had fun. Hope they can get around my tail at Augsberg.



    Landing at Augsberg. Planted firmly and immediate full reverse as soon as they'd take it.




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