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  1. 6 points
    WBS: FX13617 A2A: 539-meanie002 WBS: FX13489 A2A: 555-005 WBS: FX13413 A2A: 542-lady3
  2. 6 points
    Taken in P3DV4.3. Yours to enjoy very soon. cheers Iain
  3. 5 points
    Amazing Airport and Scenery by Misha ! Thanks for looking !
  4. 5 points
    A fantastic airport in Southern California (P3Dv4). Just a few shots.
  5. 4 points
    I promised @jean marc to take a more in depth look at the different archeological sites of Easter Island, so the incredible happened: I took a plane that's not a 777 and started to a little tour of the island. The first Moai greet us at the airport. I still wonder whether the ones at the airport are real or fake. Takeoff. No calculations performed. We head towards the southeast. The first Moai on the beach! Taking a dive... ... spotting the next Moai... ... which all seem to turn their backs at the sea. Another one. Chasings boats in the bay of Hutuiti... A rock named Motu Marotiri. Crossing the island... ... towards Anakena Bay. This deserves a closer look. I barely make it up the beach! Back on the other side at Tongariki, with one of the largest Ahu on Easter Island. The sleeping volcano of Rano Raraku. A lot of the Moai here are incomplete. Across the island. The forest is man-made. The ancient Rapa Nui had cut down all the trees on the island for the production of new Moai. Towards Hanga Roa. Approach lights of runway 10 Visiting the volcano of Rano Kau. The visitor's center at the Orongo archeological site, an important ceremonial place for the ancient Rapa Nui. The cliffs are 300m high. Orongo with the smaller islets of Motu Nui and Motu Iti. Well, according to the 1994 movie of the same name, the young men of the Rapa Nui would climb down the cliffs and swim out to the rocks to snatch a bird's egg and bring it back up the cliffs. Approaching Rwy 10 at Mataveri. That's it! See you in Rapa Nui!
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    Only one word: wwwooooooowwwww
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    Leaving Barcelona I had a good view of the tower... ... and found @Captain Lars just ahead of me. I had to wait for his huge wake before I could get off... ... on the initial SID towards the sea... ... and then westwards. Over the countryside, into dawn and clouds... ... and towards the Bay of Biscay. Fantastic visibility. At least ILS helps. Safe. Looks unique here... But the jetways really are not perfectly placed...
  10. 3 points
    With a few slight adjustments.
  11. 3 points
    Hi all, The title says it all ... Just a few from my first flight in TE GBS. Hope you enjoy them and thanks very much for viewing All shots are straight from the V key Cheers R Just out of Southhampton about 6:00 am and caught the sunrise ... Love the trains but glad I'm no longer a commuter ... This scenery is -- GOSH!! Now just advancing timeframe around a bit to check lighting and shadows Mid morning This is just plain wonderful Water never looked so good -- masking is very well done This is just pure enjoyment !! What would flying by the coast be without the sea mist starting to come in Where has the time gone? It's definitely later than I thought -- has Orbx added time travel to this? It's probably best to head back, not much to see now And then it starts to clear -- maybe just a few moments more .... And now it's time to head on back .... Hope you enjoyed this and thanks for viewing. Cheers!
  12. 3 points
    not awesome swift, but an awesome "swift" Just bought this little gem during sale and made a nice little trip to Catalina Island along the coast. Cheers Bluebear
  13. 3 points
    Rolling 07 On approach 07 Touchdown On taxiway At the gate Greg
  14. 3 points
    KMAF => KCNM My previous flight
  15. 3 points
    Leaving Glascow bound for a far port..a very evident high pressure haze to give atmosphere. Passing Auld Reekie (Edinburgh..reekie means smelly) A chance half and half shot over Perth, Scotland.
  16. 3 points
    RAF Welford, Berkshire, England, UK was a major British and American transport/troop airfield during WW2. It is now one of the largest American heavy air munitions depots in Western Europe. The remains of the old airfield can still be seen beautifully in Orbx's TE GB South. In the pic it is overflown by a USAF DC-3/C-47/Dakota as would have been there in large numbers during the war. The link below provides some additional detailed history for those interested. I love the old WW2 RAF airfields - so many have been lost, but many can still be clearly identified from the air. Cheers. (Click and full-screen for best pic.) https://sites.google.com/site/stratojetman/rafwelford
  17. 3 points
    Untitled-1 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-2 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-3 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-5 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-6 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-7 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-8 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-9 by ryan b, on Flickr Untitled-10 by ryan b, on Flickr
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    A+ on the scenery , guys.
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    Thank you for watching and commenting Lars. When I saw the 777 I immediately thought "I have to take this picture for Lars". Sounds as if you have some lovely long haul work to do now. You got to fing a good routing from Rapa Nui! Dankeschön Bermuda! Thank you Iain. Thanks Martyn. At least the AC in the airbus was working well - having a 40 minute delay with a 50 minute connection ahead was already heating me up... Thank you very much John! Two possibilities come to my mind for that: Either it was the wine I was drinking during real & simmed flight . Or EZCA .
  22. 3 points
    Brilliant set Gerold with some magnificent comparison images. I like the view if the tower, makes me feel the heat and I can almost hear the Cicadas.
  23. 3 points
    Herrlich! What a wunderbar set of shots!
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    Patience, I still need to upload most of my A2A paints. Somewhere over the next weeks I hope.
  25. 3 points
    Fantastic new shots from SBA Paul . Cheers John
  26. 3 points
    Last night I was counting Mustangs in my sleep , I wonder why ......... Cheers John PS - Great shots as always Paul .
  27. 3 points
    Thanks very much guys, super happy you like it Enjoy!
  28. 3 points
    Hello everyone, KSBA Santa Barbara Municipal Airport from Misha Cajic is now available for purchase on OrbxDirect for FSX and all versions of P3D. KSBA is served by 5 airlines on a regular basis by CRJ's, 737's, A320's and more, and is the perfect combination of airline and GA destination. With its main 6000ft runway and two 4200ft GA runways, this airport caters to pretty much whatever your favourite type of flying is. The airport is uber-optimized for all kinds of operations to ensure smooth performance at all times. Aside from the high detail airport, we have also included a HUGE area of 500sq km of fully annotated and detailed scenery around the airport, covering the entire city of Santa Barbara, Goleta, and the stunning mountain range that can be seen from the airport and city. You certainly won't run out of things to explore here! Key Features: Ultra-detailed rendition of KSBA Santa Barbara Municipal Airport HUGE 500km2 coverage area at 30cm/60cm /1m Beautiful rendition of the terminal, including interior modelling for maximum depth Additional "lite" landing area - 0CA3 Crawford Airport Custom vegetation and trees native to area Advanced rendering, ambient occlusion and night-lighting methods used for maximum realism Plenty of VFR landmarks and POIs to explore including schools, shops, factories, custom bridges and others. Full suite of ObjectFlow, PeopleFlow2, TextureFlow and more included Extensive control panel with options for alternative APX/AI configurations Strongly optimized for good performance with complex aircraft types KSBA Santa Barbara Municipal Airport is now available to purchase from OrbxDirect for AUD $39.95 (approx. USD $28.80 / €24.60 / £21.95 ) For the best experience, FTX Southern California should be purchased and installed prior to using this airport. Don't worry if you don't have the SoCal region yet: to celebrate this release we are offering everyone both FTX Global and Southern California region at 50% for a week (ending on 06 November 2018 at 01:00Z)
  29. 3 points
    Balearic islands then Here I go departing Mallorca in search of those bloody cliffs
  30. 3 points
    V Thats awesome! Invercargill will work well with Queenstown. Looking forward to this and any other NZ airports. Possibly can help with Tauranga and other Bay of Plenty and Coromandel airports if any of those are on the radar.
  31. 3 points
    Hi Naki, I am still working on Wanganui, but had a few issues, so while that is sorted out I have been busy working on Invercargill, hope that explains
  32. 2 points
    Hi everyone, Jeroen Doorman has made a great video showcasing KSBA below KSBA is out now on OrbxDirect, get it here If you still don't have FTX Southern California, remember we have a 50% discount on it for one week only to celebrate this release, so don't miss out! Thank you to everyone who has purchased so far, hope you are enjoying it Cheers, Misha
  33. 2 points
    All shots taken in P3Dv4. P-51B (WB) at KACT Nantucket Mustang Mk III Malcolm Hood (WB) at EGTF Fairoaks P-51C (WB) at 77S Creswell (Hobby Field) P-51D (WB) at NZMF Milford Sound Civilian Mustang (A2A) at KSAN San Diego
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    Best images from KSBA yet Paul but...….. .....it could have even been better with a Mustang or PA-30, not detracting from what a fine plane the Aztec is!
  36. 2 points
    A glorious set and I like that plane. Excellent scenery of course and I must say, how stylish is that terminal building. A wonderful change from the usual metal and glass.
  37. 2 points
    Really getting a feel for the physics of flight in these shots!
  38. 2 points
    Fantastic shots Jan Kees! A couple of your repaints there that I don't have. I will get them soon!
  39. 2 points
    Thanks a lot Paul, I really think I have enough input now to make my choice after studying all the pro's and con's and reading reviews of the models and manifacturers. Anyway, I'll find my way through this stack of models....no problem.
  40. 2 points
    Thank you very much, Gerold. Great sim / RL comparison as always, but the best pic is #3, of course. I'm afraid I didn't notice you, but the view astern isn't the best in the 777. I bought KIAD and KDEN and WSSS on saturday, and I admit I'm pondering which UAL flights are going to be next for me, and KIAD - LEBL is one of the routes I was thinking of. But my LEBL is from a different developer, so it would be a bit daring to show...
  41. 2 points
    Beautiful Shots Greg ! Amazing Scenery by Misha
  42. 2 points
    Over the TOP Misha. Amazing. Thank you.
  43. 2 points
    Thanks for sharing a piece of history Frank .
  44. 2 points
    Gibraltar! The British wont give it back to the Spanish so they are taking it bit by bit when no one is looking!
  45. 2 points
    Looks like money well spent Martyn , have fun up in the sky . Cheers John
  46. 2 points
    My home airport. It’s just a few kms down the road. Most aircraft are Air New Zealand ATR’s, Dash 8 300 and A320’s. Jetstar has one or two daily flights arriving from Auckland as well. That Virgin Australia 737 is no stranger either. The only international flights into NZDN are, I think 4 times a week, with the VA 737 to and from Brisbane. Great shots. Bruce R
  47. 2 points
    Yep Jack, .certainly is a lot of sand there boy, should have brought me bucket and spade Hi Lars, No it's not, and I can't remember what and where I got it from. But it is the now named Muscat Airport. Don
  48. 2 points
    I hope nobody is jumping off Beachy Head as they might hurt themselves in your rotor blades. Ching.....ching….ching!
  49. 2 points
    Nice Paul. Regarding your GPS question, I've always thought that it's "realistic" to put whatever you want into the cockpit. It's your plane. And I do know that there are not many Mustangs flying the circuit out there that don;t use GPS in one form or another. whether panel-mount, or stick-on, or IPad.
  50. 2 points
    Paraparaumu would also be a nice addition if time permits it. I live near it if you guys ever need some shots.
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