Jump to content

All Activity

This stream auto-updates     

  1. Today
  2. As usual, I am a lot late for the party as I have been entertaining Wifey on her 60th Birthday Holiday. Needless to say I am back and raring to go. So here is my trusty bucket that is this years event aircraft for me. The Cessna 310 Redux. Cheers guys.
  3. One more question. Has anyone use any small display screens to display just the engines or the ribbon display for airliners? Also I have seen on the internet small display screens that use USB inputs. Tom Johnson
  4. Yey! #1 is the nicest combination IMO but they pretty much cut the mustard!
  5. Looks like you really had that 'stang honkin' on that low pass! Awright! Seeya ATB
  6. Have I been talking in my sleep again? Has Mrs Mutley been spilling the beans? Thanks for taking part Wayne
  7. Nice set of screenshots Alan, and I hope Nancy made you a coffee on the flight ! I have to agree with you regarding the haze during the flights, which is the main reason I never posted screenshots of my flights this year, there just wasn't very much to see this time around, but hey that's what makes these rallies more interesting, 'cause ya never know what you're gonna get right ? Never the less I thoroughly enjoyed this years rally, as I always do anyway, I only overshot one runway on landing, honest !!!!!!!! Already looking forward to next years one as Joe has promised me it will be in scenic Alaska. Alright he hasn't really, but if I keep knocking hard enough you never know, all those lovely mountains and valleys to contend with, well maybe one of these fine days anyway. I'm off for a little tour of the Yellowstone area now. Until next year then.......................................................................
  8. https://store.x-plane.org/New-York-City-XP-_p_431.html
  9. Nice report Alan and some cool screenshots too! I found it hazy a lot of the time too, still great fun and hope you will be back for the next one
  10. Looks like you had fun!
  11. Just completed flight 05. Sorry I haven't been posting tons of cool screenshots of earlier flights, but all that haze and gloom just wan't very photogenic. Ernie got an idea during flight 05, which I agreed with and immediately put into effect. The main factor in the weather is the wind speed and direction, at least as far as time of flight is concerned. I don't really sweat that too much; I participate mainly for the fun of it, and to build hours with DC-3 Airways. Long as we've come all the way to Greece, we should be able to see the beautiful scenery, right? So why not go into the weather option and kill the damn haze and clouds but leave the wind? I did that, and things really improved. Hey, I even got Benny Goodman going on the stereo. So here are some pictures of the later parts of flight 05, which were worth taking because you can actually see the scenery: Boy, those engines just sound happy, don't they? Did you see that shark down there? Diving through the pass toward Hellinkin: Pre-landing checklist complete. Ernie, roll Benny Goodman's "Sing, Sing, Sing," please. Awright! We survived another one! That was a fun series of flights. Thank you very much to the Mutley crew for putting it together! Seeya ATB
  12. . . . buzz a cruise ship!
  13. Hmmm, a little ahead of schedule, so there's time to . . .
  14. Yesterday
  15. A few more paints, finally uploaded jk0064 jk9230 jk0071 jk0042
  16. Freighter, (later known as the Blackburn Beverley.)
  17. Very nicely done, love the colours.
  1. Load more activity
  • Newsletter

    Want to keep up to date with all our latest news and information?

    Sign Up
×
×
  • Create New...