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    for the model by Carenado jk0075 jk0147 jk0124 jk0112
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    "Sir, I've told you before: Godot is not on this flight!"
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    Mmm...another Mary Millington fan, hey.
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    Hi Joe! I love REX Environment Force. There are so many possibilities to find the right settings. But,for someone like me,it also offers an Auto Mode. Once set,it is always there and gives you amazing results. As Dolf said,I don't want to miss it. Cheers, DocScott
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    a new paint for the Bf109G from Flight Replicas: jk0312 jk0315 jk0320
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    My Caribbean plane
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    Turning final at the end of another great rally. Thanks guys, and look forward to seeing you all next time
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    Dear all, I'm the third member of AMA - Andras Meridian Airline and after MEBAR 2018 for me it's the second time I'm participating in the MEBAR. Thanks again for all the organizational work that' s behind such an event! As Toby already mentioned, other than last year we are using various aircrafts for this year's event. While my sim fellows preferred a Mustang, with respect to the extended range of the legs I decided to select an Aero Commander 690B Turbo Commander. Thorsten, the performing artist of our small virtual airline provided me with some nice nose art for the Turbo Commander. Wish you happy landings Gernot
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    Morris Minor, Morris Traveller, Morris Mini. All cars where if you looked under the bonnet there was a good chance you could work out what each bit did and actually get to it. A real fix it your self age of no frills car ownership. No tons of electrical gadgets to help drain the battery, No complex fuel management systems to foil any attempt to service the car your self.... Those were the days... No air bags to worry about, no side impact bars to protect you, no crumple zones to stop your legs being severed by a fairly minor knock with a lorry, no protection from being speared by a rigid steering column, no safety belts to stop you flying through the window into oncoming traffic, no fancy alarms or locks to stop the car being nicked, no fuel economy to speak of, no rust protection to stop the car dissolving in the first rain shower. Oh yes I remember them well. How the feck did I survive them? Oh yes, the other 'no', no chance of doing over 60 MPH.
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    ..that are emerging from the paintshed jk0491 jk0486 jk0482 jk0481 almost done..
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    Would you believe my first flight ever was in a Harvard? PH-BKT from Gilze-rijen to Antwerp and back. You can say I have a certain fondness for the T-6...
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    Yep, , I knew her! I used to drink with her, Diana Dors and Alan Lake at the Wheatsheaf Pub in Virginia Water. She was lovely.
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    Reminds me of when I was a young lad, living in Cape Town, we used to wander around the local airfield, then used by SAAF, flying Harvards. Watched them many times. They have a very particular and noisy engine sound, especially on pitch change.
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    Wow! Awesome repaint James
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    I agree, it's gorgeous!
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    Man arrested as Ryanair insist this is the closest airport to Paris..
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    Paul Raymond Revue Bar, A famous strip club in Soho in the 70s....................................................(Don't ask me how I know that!! LOL)
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    SkyForce = Weather engine + Textures Environment Force= Environment tweaking while in-sim, let the weather changing fade. Able to comine with PTA or Tomado.
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    On turnaround at Palm Springs Calif. McKinnon at Southampton
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    Very nice there mate - liking the two GTN 750 units
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    Just published is Brian Buckley's review of PILOT'S Alicante Airport (LEAL). PILOT'S Alicante Airport covers 750 sq. km including, the airport confines and the whole city of Elche/Alicante, it looks stunning but Brian delves in further ... Read More...
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    Looking great James!
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    Lots of work to paint... jk7912 jk7906 jk7925
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    Yeah, but you will have to be on your best behaviour in public if others join us. As for Jess and I, we will be our normal debauched and depraved selves.
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    finally found the courage to do another Otter paint: LN-IKI 03 LN-IKI 07
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    A smart little aircraft that!
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    Very nice shots indeed. I love this aircraft and are you using Orbx TE in these shots?
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    Looking good Wayne, Your scenery always looks very crisp. When's the next live feed?
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    After being totally spoilt rotten at the Hotel and Spa Castle of the island, I thought I’d better pack my bags and find my next ride to get to Lelestad. After all, the rest of Mutley's Hangar would be expecting me to get the baton back safe so we could get the final fly-in organised... plus i'd maxed out the MH credit card! It was only about 180 nm from Luxembourg, so low and slow’ish seemed to be the way to go. I gave Phillippe (my sometimes ‘handler’) a call and, as (his) luck would have it, there was a rather decrepit Baron that had been left in a corner at Luxembourg for almost 4 months, which I could use. How convenient, I thought, but the benefit of this arrangement was most definitely on Phillippe’s side. He could do with the aircraft back in the UK to be re-fitted with the usual surveillance equipment, and then ferried back out to the US. I had just saved him the cost of a pilot for a day, and also the extortionate fees he was obviously paying to leave it there ‘moth-balled’. It wasn’t much to look at, but Phillippe had assured me it had been looked over by one of the local maintenance companies. Flight planned, filed, and I taxied to the active. I’d slot in between the huge Cargolux 747s, Luxair’s 737-800s and Q400’s. My route would take me about 90 minutes given the busy skies, but it would at least be scenic. I'd head North to the Luxembourg border, NNW to Maastricht, and on to Eindhoven before hanging a right near Utrecht then into the Amsterdam airspace. The weather was starting to close In as I neared Eindhoven and the scenery below turned a sludgy gren/grey.. great, nothing to see, and not a lot to do apart from monitor the instruments for the next 30 minutes. Just when I thought the flight couldn’t be more boring, I heard an amusing radio call between Amsterdam ATC and a flight crew from a popular European airline, which shall remain nameless although I guess most people will figure out which one it is. They wanted to land as soon as possible to offload the group of ‘troublesome’ passengers. It transpired that all the travellers involved knew each other, and had planned to join the mile-high club on that flight. In doing so, they had literally taken over every single bathroom on the aircraft at the same time. Other passengers were in uproar (and some were probably crossing their legs from all the beer consumed in the departure lounge), but the cabin crew were particularly annoyed as the occupants had only paid One Pound (1 Euro) for the privilage of using the facilities and 2 had snuck into each cubicle… This little fiasco helped to pass the time for the next 20 minutes or so, before I contacted Leylstad Radio Traffic. As I descended I finally managed to make out the beautiful Gooimeer and Eemmeer lakes, known for their sailing, beaches before entering the pattern.. Leylstad has no ATC so it was time to concentrate and make sure I was making my call outs. On final for Leylstad I'd park up the battered Barron and send a note to Joe to let him know I had arrived.. Time for a well earned J.D. As a last leg on the absolutely EPIC ATWC 7, which had started 2 years ago, it kind'a went a bit too fast for me, but i have some incredible memories of my first full trip around the globe. As thoughts of the fly-in buzzed around in my mind, i wondered when the next ATWC would be kicking off, and when i could put my name down for what has been one of the most exciting, challenging, and ultimately rewarding 2 years of my flying career. ATWC8... bring it on!
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    Bravo Steph! Thanks for flying our last regular flight, the final flight will be in the next couple of weeks or so. Have a great holiday weekend!
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    Looking good Wayne
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    nice shots.....
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    great shots Dolf, do love the dash...
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    looks a great plane Jaydor...
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    REX 5 - Environment Force (for P3D v4.4/v4.5) Released https://www.justflight.com/product/rex-5-environment-force
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    Fabulous set of shots Dolf, always a place in my heart for the Q's...
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    It is nice indeed and i have it myself BUT i do find that it does have a performance hit.
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    She is a lovely aircraft Dolf!
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    Well done guys! We've really enjoyed multiplayer shots, it looks like great fun!
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    Thanks Joe I might need it for a few more days though.. I'm in Luxembourg and still have my last leg to go before I get to Leylestad.
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    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
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    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.
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