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    Cool Greetings from the home of the Dreamliner

    Hello,
    I have been flight simming since 1985 on my Atari 400 up to the current FS9, X-Plane and I'm new to Flightgear.
    I have had a desire to build my own cockpit and it would be a Starship or a Pilatus PC 12.
    If I can find time away from my work.
    This looks like a place where I can get help
    Thanks

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    Hi Starship, you are in the right place. I have really started to get somewhere since I joined here, and when I hit bumps help has been a post away

    Welcome to the fold.


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    Welcome to the site Starship.

    Building an unsupported aircraft is quite a challenge. There are a couple of us here doing the same thing. The mountain is quite steep, but the rewards are that much greater.
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    Remember...140, 250, and REALLY FAST!

    We don't need no stinkin' ETOPS!



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    Cool Thank You

    Thanks to both of you

    It is encouraging to know that it is possible to build my dreams, since I certainly can't afford to buy either (if the starship was available).

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