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  1. Well, Kosipe Harbour Bridge this is. Make the climb of your life!
  2. Out of Jacksons... ... into the mountains. Maybe "real weather" was not such a good idea... ... so after landing in Ononge I changed to Orbx weather 2. Going on to Woitape (a relief to land after that first one)... ... and Fane. With GoogleEarth proving the scenery is authentic. Great to see, after the thrilling flights.
  3. Leaving Asimba for the next trip to Yongai, after a short visit, soaked by the rain I moved on to Kokoda, Hope you enjoy them, will be back for 8K
  4. Next PNG trip, leaving Ononge in the pooring rain heading Asimba,
  5. Leaving Fane fing my way to Ononge,
  6. Welcome to the Goilala bushpack! For our long awaited return to Papua New Guinea we bring you seven thrilling bushstrips all situated high up in the misty, humid and unpredictable Owen Stanley Range, consisting of Tapini, Fane, Ononge, Woitape, Koispe, Asimba and Yongai airports, a trilling white-knuckle mix of ridge-top, hill-side and river-flat runways. Coverage map This picture shows the seven Goilala bushpack airports and their proximity to our first PNG experience package: AYPY Jacksons International + the Kokoda track bushstrips, there is a
  7. What a wonderful technical and creative touch that has been put on TAP scenery. Definitely a Five Star accomplishment. Having more fun than I should be. Kudo's to the artists. Larry @ Eagle Valley Air
  8. A previous flight returning to AYPY: Departing Tapini: Determined to simply learn which valleys to fly up. I'm getting there: Just passing through: Wish they'd knock over that tree... Would prefer a erm... more favourable view for the next bit: Good thing I didn't bring the Twin Otter: It's very odd on short finals to be at basically full power for a couple of these strips (which is, let's face it, a generous description). This is where my tour ended. Got caught
  9. The Twin Otter is not the easiest to handle on the non-FSX standard runways. Not sure if that's it, or driver error. Will have to experiment some more. Won't that be a shame. Thanks Tim & Ken. I can't wait for the next half dozen PNG strips.
  10. Hevilift P2-KSM, the 'tundra-cargo' version as requested Repaint exclusively at the usual place, link in sig, enjoy!
  11. 1st chance to post a widey, enjoy cheers Ken
  12. I see Wolf2Grey also has a similar problem to this but I've added a screenie to assist if it helps. After installing TAP I ran Vector elevation tool then reinstalled the latest Orbx libraries. The scenery mesh is set to 5m but I don't have Holgermesh installed. Can't seem to get rid of the scenery holes and floaters though.
  13. Just a few shots to encourage exploring the new area a little more in depth, also Tims New 182 repaint for those lucky enough to have the A2A 182. release is getting very close. I'd like to thank all for the encouraging comments and support for our bush packages, hoping to get you all out there testing your flying skills while exploring these testing yet fun strips. cheers and safe landings Ken and Tim
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