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  1. Just a single view from a flight over Berlin 12. The Olympic Stadium. The camouflage is doing it's job don't you think?
  2. A couple of unusual planes. 1. The Miles Libellula 5/8 scale of an intended high speed bomber. 2. The dragonfly on the tail of a Flying Flea or Mignet HM.14 to give it it's proper name. Been trying to get this one to work in P3D for ages but tried something different today and success at last. Thank you Amentiba for giving me the inspiration for one last try.
  3. deHavilland have made some of the greatest aircraft ever built. Here are some of my collection, all of them a delight to fly. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. deHavilland were based at Stag Lane, Edgeware until 1934 when they moved to Hatfield.
  4. Once upon a time the British decided they needed a more modern heavy bomber. So to meet Air Ministry Spec B.12/36........ 1. The Short Stirling was designed and first flew in May 1939. 2. With a wingspan of 99ft the Stirling was limited to just 16000ft ceiling. This was infact a Ministry requirement to keep the designs weight down and not as commonly thought so the would be able to fit into the standard RAF Hangars! 3. The Stirling had a tendency to fly nose down and the huge undercarriage was fitted to keep the nose up on take off. 4
  5. Another of the famous British heavy bombers of WW2 was the Halifax. It is seen here on a flight out of Coffs Harbour. 1. Originally the HP.56 was designed as a twin engine bomber using the RR Vulture. 2. With the failure of the Vulture the HP.57 Halifax was redesigned around 4 Merlins and 100 were ordered off the drawing board as it showed great potential. 3. It first flew in October 1939, the original planes having triangular shape tail fins. 4. 13,000 lbs of bombs could be carried. 5. Halifaxes were built by Handley Page, En
  6. A couple of views of the Halifax, one Friday the 13th and the other from the RCAF 1. An RCAF Halifax. 2. Friday 13th 3. Three different Handley Page Halton transport aircraft. 4. A great one for flights in Norway. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. A link for the Halton. http://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/fslib.php?searchid=54361870 One for the base model Friday 13th where the RCAF texture can be found too. http://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/fslib.php?searchid=54361870&page=2
  7. A Foster Wickner Wicko to be precise, no I had never heard of one either. G-AFJB was built in 1938 and of the 10 Wickos made it is the only survivor. 1. Here we are at Goodwood ready for a short flight to Shoreham. 2. Passing the control tower it is a pleasant but breezy day. 3. Trundling down 28, almost airborne. 4. 5. Glorious Goodwood and a change of plans. Today I will follow the South Downs instead of the normal coastal flight. 6. The River Arun and the town of Arundel. 7. On the outskirts of Worthing
  8. Tried out the new YDPO from OZx, very nice to see this airport finely depicted at last. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Something in my system give YDPO a concrete runway but I think I can live with that for the time being.
  9. Not the best of days to be flying. 1. Not the original RG333, which crashed in Germany in August 1945. This one is really G-AIEK painted with invasion stripes. 2. Up and away from Damyn's Hall 3. At Tilbury Container Port. 4. The BP refinery and terminal at Canvey Island. 5. The World's longest pier at Southend. 6. On approach to Southend flying into 40-45kts progress is very slow and turbulent. 7. The industrial estate at Rochford. 8. Hanging in the air at about 20kts. 9. Down, sto
  10. Passing the Daly River in the Northern Territory after an early morning departure from Darwin. 19.
  11. Went to start a flight from LDDU to EDDB today but there is a big problem with a rodent. My mouse would not work. So into town and picked up a new one and soon it was installed and ready to fly. 1. On our way from LDDU after about one hours delay. 2. The weather ahead is not going to be too kind for much sightseeing, a last look at Dubrovnik before climbing above the clouds. 3. After flying over Bosnia Herzegovina we are now back over Croatia again at Novska. 4. Jasenovac sits on the confluence if the Una and Sava Rivers. Its name means Ash
  12. A freeware PC-6 Porter doing a flight from Jacksons to Kokoda. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Hope you enjoyed the flight.
  13. 1. Waiting for it's passengers to board at Southampton. 2. BIA was one of the main carriers out of Southampton in the 70s 3. Some very finely dressed passengers about to board their Embraer Jet. 4. Lifting off from Rwy 20. 5. The Isle of Wight with Cowes on the Medina River. 6. Approaching the French coast at Cosqueville 7. Cherbourg with it's huge harbour where Trans Atlantic liners used to dock in the old days. 8. Approaching the island of Jersey. 9. No cockpit, it is all being done wit
  14. I can only ever remember seeing one of these huge aircraft flying. We were driving down to Littlehampton for a day at the beach. It was a typical summers day. 8/8 cloud at about 4000ft and intermittent showers. Out of the clouds flew this Blackburn Beverley. It lumbered past over the South Downs and was soon out of sight, Must have made a big impression on me as it was over 50 years ago yet I can still picture it now. It could well have been on it's way to Tangmere which was the only RAF station in the direction it was flying. Here are 3 shots of the Mighty Beverley flying out of Ess
  15. Old, cheap but definitely not nasty. Can also describe this default 744 seen here departing YMML at Keilor East. 32. I raise my glass to all of you skifflul people flying your new 744
  16. I do not know much about the conflict on the Aleutian Island in WW2 but doing a quick read Cold Bay or Fort Randall as it was known then, had P-40s and P-38s amongst other planes based there during the conflict. The P-38s, with their long range were able to help drive the invaders from Attu and Kiska. The P-38 depicted here is famous for being rescued from under 268 feet of snow on Greenland 50 years after force landing with 5 others and 2 B-17s while on their way to England. Even more remarkable is the fact that Glacier Gal is airworthy today. OK many of you will have real
  17. Going nowhere in particular after taking off from Kai Tak. Enjoying the sunset. 1. 2. 3. then....... oom!
  18. A single shot of a DH.80 after departing from 7S3 Stark's Twin Oaks. 5.
  19. Blue Wave Energy Partners (BWEP) is an excellent freeware from RTMM and the first two parts have now been released. I took my first flight along the Trans Alaska Pipeline in a Cessna 172 the other night. Very impressive it was too. However after reading the BWEP page on RTMM and seeing some shots from Oldendirt I realised that a chopper would be the best way to view the pipeline, or so I thought. Then along came Gerold and suggested the paramotor. 1. Got the Gopro set up and a full tank of fuel so lets go. 2. The Valdez Terminal, a lot of extras added
  20. I thought it would be quite easy to fly from Valdez to the mouth of the Copper River at Klutina Lake where Klutina Outfitteres is located. 1. As I had to climb to about 8000ft to safely get over the mountain I chose a very powerful aircraft. 2. Simple, follow the Valdez Glacier and then take the second glacier on the right. 3. Pity I never thought about the clouds though. 4. All I had to do here was head NNE and follow the Tonsina Glacier. 5. Without realising I had turned ESE, the moon should have been a give away. 7.
  21. Inspired by a cooking show I watched at lunch time I thought I would do a flight from Corse or Corsica to us English speaking types. So I chose the Lufthansa A310 for the flight. 1. Getting ready at LFKJ Ajaccio Napoleon Bonaparte Airport. I like how the air bridges work, not bad at all eh. 2. Taking off over a very pleasant Mediterranean beach. 3. Great, got the GPS working so we can head off to the east. 4. Some very impressive mountainous scenery with Sardinia on the horizon. 5. Crossing the Tirrenean Sea approaching R
  22. Andy posted a few shots of his DH60 over Exeter this morning which has prompted me to re install this beautiful old plane and give it some air time after a long time. A very quick flight out of NZMO Manapouri NZSI. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Thanks Andy for reminding me of this gem. An absolute dream to fly, shall be using it again when I get back in later.
  23. A few caps from CYBD to start the new year rolling. 1. 2. 3. 4. Exciting times ahead this year!
  24. Decided to go for a drive in the car I would buy if I ever won millions in the lottery. What I am trying to do is find my last house in the UK before I came to Australia. As my luck would have it , it is just off the edge of the EGHI scenery area. So much change in the last 36 years. 1. Eastleigh Airport is now Southampton International and a new roundabout to get onto Wide Lane. For those who don't know the Spitfire made it's first flight from here in 1936 2. A beautiful new station with a South West Trains Class 444 Desiro EMU on it's way to Bournemouth
  25. Flying in the Dash-8 to Block Island from KMMU Morristown. 1. Departing the FTX Global freeware airport KMMU. 2. Passing over the Hudson at Yonkers, a bit off course as I had to insult the manual to find out how to activate the GPS 3. Long Island Sound. 4. Below are North Port Bay and Duck Island. 5. Shoreham Nuclear Power Station and Calverton Air Park. 6. Looking back at Shinnecock Bay at Southampton. 7. Now approaching Block Island. 8. Crossing the coast at Stevens Cove 9. 10.
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