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  1. Thanks Sniper! Thank you John! Thanks Jack, a couple of these might get me into trouble with the virtual FAA I guess you have experience with those guys? Nice sounds in that clip for sure! That´s the D though, almost twice the power of the A variant. I don´t know exactly if I´ve that specific aircraft (It has done quite some shows in Germany), but I´ve been here, watching Toni Eichhorn throwing that beast around.
  2. Took another plane for a quick joyride, Ants T-28A demo aircraft, and that is one well made airplane. The Textures are the best I´ve seen yet, systems are done quite fine, not too happy with the external sound system for now, but internal is sweet as well. Heading for the runway, weather is fair enough. And up we are, wheels coming in. Gaining some altitude to get some momentum out of it. That bird is heavy and not too powerful. A quick buzz of the tower in old Top Gun flavor And up for a Split S. Turning out, he
  3. It´s an airliner, and just as you, I´m not too much into flying those, but the classic ones are different. You still get the mighty roar when going for take off power, the smooth growl when cruising, the vibrations... Really well done and it really feels alive. I had some issues with the autopilot every now and than, I don´t really know if they were intended by the program or just bugs. Anyway they added to the experience. When you sit there, doing some engine management stuff or looking out of the window and suddenly the plane starts to dive. Gets you on your toes pretty good. I
  4. Thanks! Would love to fly in one some day. But travelling in one of them in their era must have been even more spectacular! It is different from the B-17 which is quite simple system wise and can easily be hand flown. In the Connie I tend to be more busy, doing the job of 4 people in the cockpit. Still it´s awesome and very rewarding when you´ve successfully finished a trip. Thanks John! Thanks, might be more coming in when I find the time to take her out properly again. Need to do some really bad weather.
  5. Well, I hope you´re not too tired of Connie screens from me, did another trip last night, a short hop of about 100 miles from Innsbruck to Manching, home of the Messerschmitt Foundation near Ingolstadt. Cruise altitude was set for 11.000 feet due to the mountains around Innsbruck. Weather was put in from FSXWX. Firing her up. Passengers are seated allready, full cabin for the short trip. Weather looks interesting with the low clouds in the valley. Yeah, climbout will be interesting, plan is to follow the valley until around 9.000 feet, that should clear the mountai
  6. Well done again, looking forward to the next one!
  7. Very nice! Some intersting angles in there as well.
  8. Thanks. Need to wait for the right time and than strike that purchase button.
  9. Thank you, it´s the route from my current place to where I grew up, usually do it by car so it was nice to follow it in FS. Sometimes nothing else helps Thanks! It´s a great crate, fast enough to get around, enough power to have fun but also heavy enough to make you conservate energy for aerobatics. Thank you for the kind comment. I like to see / read such tours as well, nice if people can show where they live and how it looks in FS.
  10. Nice shots, looks like a nice flight. Is that the PMDG Bird? Still thinking about getting that one some day. Love the old piston powered crates.
  11. Decided to use the night to check out GEN / GES post patch and selected a route I´ve recently traveled by car, from Aachen to Bielefeld. Aachen is GES and Bielefeld is GEN. Off we go, over Aachen, looking for Highway A4 to Cologne first. Passing the huge open pit mines once again that are very specific for the region. You can see the biggest one on Google maps even when zooming out until you can see most of Europe. Above Rastplatz Frechen, with the car, this is the first time Cologne comes into sight. Leaving Cologne behind, following Autoba
  12. Which Beech 18 Model is it you´re talking about actually? I´d like one with proper system modelling.
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