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  1. Hi, thanks Nick, I see, that's the fine print. Kind regards, Michael
    16 points
  2. Welcome to Skopje International Airport for Prepar3D, the first airport from Orbx developer Teo Gerovski! Located in the fields just outside the capital of North Macedonia, Skopje is the gateway to the country and serves over 2 million international passengers per year, flying to a multitude of destinations around Europe and to the Middle East. Only a short flight away from other Orbx destinations such as Dubrovnik, Belgrade and Pula, Skopje is the perfect addition to your Balkan airports collection. With super accurate modelling of all airport buildings fr
    15 points
  3. MSFS Orbx - Tweed
    13 points
  4. And a good one it is. Several odds and ends to see if you have an agile camera hand.
    10 points
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  6. A two hour flight from Queensland to Ryan's Creek NZ with 3 touch and go's thrown in! This is a flight that was an MP flight on Sunday over at DC3 Airways, but since I didn't get to make the flight live I flew it Sunday night for fun! P3D 4.5, Active Sky, All Orbx and Chase Plane! Setting at Gate 3 NZQN getting a coffee before leaving for NZRC (Ryan's Creek)! Holding short Rwy 23! 1st Touch and Go at NZWF (Wanaka)! Touch and Go complete NZWF! Follow the river for a T & G at Roxburgh! 2nd
    9 points
  7. Key Features 15 high-detail custom landmarks including Notre Dame, Panthéon, The Centre Pompidou, École Militaire, and Église Saint-Sulpice 200 medium-detail custom landmarks, balancing quality and performance External night lighting for all default landmark objects, including Tour Eiffel, Arc de Triomphe, Louvre, Sacre Coeur, and Grand Palais Extensive terraforming across the coverage area, enhancing how our custom landmarks sit within the simulator’s terrain Flattening of the Seine River and correcting riverbank heights Custom orthoimagery patches across
    9 points
  8. Just bought the machine and took a quick vanilla (except the livery and Orbx ESMS) test of MSFS 2020. Hope you like the shots Cheers Teo
    9 points
  9. Happy New Year everyone! I wanted to give you an update on what has been happening @ Orbx and a bit of an outlook for the next little while. First up, the production team, under Ed’s leadership, has been super busy in the past few months, releasing a number of awesome products, including some of my favourites like Cityscape Sydney, Graz, Newcastle, the more recent Canary Islands for X-Plane from our internal teams (thanks also to Frank, Tony and Holger), and a number of highly detailed and charming airports from our indies, like Burbank, Malmö, Olbia, Göteborg. So many
    9 points
  10. Howdy OZ. I bet y'all you'd never seen a Canadian Dolphin. Amirite? Y'all got them beautiful but deadly biting thingies but none of this
    8 points
  11. I love this Golden Age bipe - very photogenic, so where better to show her that at KORS near the Biplane Rides Hangar? People are claiming issues with this bird's handling. The only problem I have is with the CofG section. OK - If I pause during takeoff or landing for some screenies, unpausing can drop me in the warm and brown, but that's not the model... I was looking for a good shot for the monthly screen comp, but once again I am in a dilemma, so here are some cast offs: ...and remember, she has an ope
    8 points
  12. A take off from rw 25R of Brussels EBBR in the gray morning. You can see the NATO / OTAN buildings just under. A sunny approach, 4 hours later, over La Palma Amazing visual approach on RW 36 just besides the cliffs Just before touching down, with the shadow of the aircraft just under us And finally safely reaching the gate...Have a good time at the swimming pool...
    8 points
  13. Ha! gotcha. Breaking Covid restrictions. Lock down! Lock down!
    8 points
  14. I did not know this text, done by Douglas Adams. But this man knows the world, and even the answer to it. And, as I love that country and its people, I just have to post (or repeat) it here. Australia – according to Douglas Adams Australia is a very confusing place, taking up a large amount of the bottom half of the planet. It is recognizable from orbit because of many unusual features, including what at first looks like an enormous bite taken out of its southern edge; a wall of sheer cliffs which plunge into the girting sea Geologists assure us that this is simply an a
    8 points
  15. Hi All: I think I fixed my problem with posting images. I was copying the link addresses to notepad, and then copying all of them at once to the forum. This time, I copied the link address directly to the forum, one by one, and it looks like it worked! YAHOO! Mike Gutierrez, North Hollywood, California
    8 points
  16. Our friend Adam from Pittsburg PA likes to show off his shiny new birds , well this bird might not look the best ; but she fly's like a dream . Have a great weekend mates !! . John
    8 points
  17. Went back to look at some of the detail. It appears that the car wreckers yard is in fact a machinery graveyard. This isn't an airport I would hesitate about acquiring. TTM The flying club corner. Located the other side of runway 18 from the machinery grave yard. Looks like a Grumman Goose parked up. The machinery grave yard. Lots of interesting clutter. Some sort of growing operation? I had a look inside. It's currently empty. Rwy 18 lead in lights. FedEx B99 on the way to Notodden.
    7 points
  18. Despite it not being MSFS2020 I think it looks terrific and works fine. The ILS's work great and the area is pretty scenic.
    7 points
  19. What better way than a 'Lode'star. From Manchester-Barton down to Plymouth.
    7 points
  20. MSFS Orbx - Santa Barbara
    7 points
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  22. It's not "officially' possible at present. Some users have been reverse engineering the files used to modify the mesh and have made products from the hacks, but Asobo don't offer any supported way to do this
    7 points
  23. Not often you see a Beaver at Clench - this is the Thranda model. Checking wind and traffic Always a little high in this sim but I have a secret weapon. Still a bit high so my passenger's throwing out the anchor - that'll increase our descent rate. Lots of room - another example of good planning.
    7 points
  24. Damyn's Hall and the nearby Queen Elizabeth bridge. What's this you make ask. Freshly updated so had to look. What happens to a Supercub when it's "modified". They call it a 'Double ender' - don't even think it. In honor of Mr Sawyer's multi bridge achievements. We have a solution - no higher and just a tad lower. Computers are magic. As the Brits say "a piece of cake".
    6 points
  25. The catch phrase for 2021 .........
    6 points
  26. The next update to the FTX AU AI Traffic pack for P3D V5 is nearing completion so I thought I would share a few screenshots. Included in this update is a complete revision of all AI aircraft to convert them to BPR models plus expanded use of dynamic lighting for tail logos etc. Airline schedules have been maintained at pre Covid levels for now with the exception of a couple of known permanent changes, ie, the demise of Tigerair Australia, the rationalisation of the Virgin Australia fleet plus a few other minor changes. It is anticipated that this update should be ready
    6 points
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