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  1. Today we are at Williamtown, New South Wales, Australia - home of the 75th Squadron of the Royal Australian Air Force. In this video I review the Dassault Mirage IIIO which is the Australian version of the IIIE multi role combat aircraft. the "French lady" or the "Miracle", as she was sometimes known, was the longest serving fighter aircraft in the history of the Royal Australian Air Force with over 20 years service. The type was retired in 1989. If you like this video and would like to see more, please subscribe to my channel: Simmo2Sim Please enjoy! https://ww
  2. Thankyou for your comment Doering. Yes I await X-Plane 12 eagerly. Better general scenery graphics will certainly be less jarring and hopefully I won't have to rely so much on downloaded photoscenery.
  3. The Douglas X-3 Stiletto was an experimental aircraft made in the 1950's to research speeds above Mach 2. Unfortunately the engine used was not good enough to power it to the required speed and the project was shelved after only a few test flights. This freeware version of the Stiletto has been produced for the X-Plane community by Dan Hopgood and has been fictionally equiped with engines of the correct power requirement to give us the aircraft that should have been. In this flight I takeoff from Edwards AFB for a test flight and take the plane to Mach 2. If you like this video
  4. A quick review and flight of the Alizé which was a French carrier-based anti-submarine warfare aircraft developed in the 1950s. It was equiped with sonobuoys and a CSF radar system with a retractable antenna dome. It could also carry a Mk 43 torpedo or depth charges. The cockpit accommodated a crew of three, Pilot, navigator and radar operator. If you like this video and would like to see more, please subscribe to my channel: Simmo2Sim Please enjoy!
  5. A quick review of the Zlin Z-142 developed by PWDT & NHAdrian for X-Plane 11. This is a high detailed light sport plane and aerobatic trainer made by Moravan Aviation in Czechoslovakia. In this flight at LFQW I take in the sights of the peaceful town of Vesoul in France. If you like this video and would like to see more, please subscribe to my channel: Simmo2Sim Please enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UK3iXLZwHdc
  6. Ideal for taking the whole family on a jolly jaunt? Moraine had a short collaboration with Beech Aircraft to market the MS760, with it's unusual seating arrangement as an early executive business jet. In this short flight I take the MS760 from Dubrovnic LDDU to Tivat LYTV. If you like this video and would like to see more, please subscribe to my channel: Simmo2Sim Please enjoy!
  7. With its vintage Messerschmitt lines the 1101 Ramier's beauty hides the complexity in its character. Todays flight takes us on a circuit around Tivat Airport LYTV in beautiful Montenegro. If you like this video and would like to see more, please subscribe to my channel: Simmo2Sim Please enjoy!
  8. Both pretty and iconic, the Alabeo Piper PA-22 Tripacer is taken for a spin around the 'Airfield on the Hill' La Seu d'Urgell in Spain. If you like this video and would like to see more, please subscribe to my channel: Simmo2Sim Please enjoy!
  9. Making sure you know what to do when your aircraft stalls is required learning but how about spinning? In this video I use X-Plane to explore the 'world of spin' and look at the different categories that may catch the unwary. Can I recover from the terrifying 'flat spin'?.... Time to shut your eyes and hope for the best. If you like this video and would like to see more, please subscribe to my channel: Simmo2Sim Please enjoy!
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