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  1. Hello Everyone! Still getting myself acquainted with the NGX. The simple reason for this: As soon as FTX Global will be available, I intend to be using all sorts of various Tubeliners for longer distances, and any kind of GA plane which suits best then for shorter IFR- and/or VFR flights. All for one purpose: To explore the entire world in the sim – ... as simple as that! So – let’s get onboard … As always: All shots unedited, just resized and cropped – if some editing was done though, it is pointed out clearly. Everyone please enjoy, Christoph Taking off from KPDX a few days back and into some typical weather for this time of year and region … sad thing is: The beautiful cityscape below was hidden in the clouds and mist … (a little edit was done here in the beginning) … … turning into the clouds via the LAVAA FIVE SID (unedited from now on) … … getting above the weather … … and into the wide open lands now … some better weather ahead and some outstanding looking ORBX scenery below. Altogether making me say: WOW! Feels as if I was there for real … … ... winter landscapes and winter clouds … … work desk … ... clear, crisp and cold blue skies above us and the shimmering horizons in front of us here. I am aware of the fact that this looks very, very bright. But I remember one day quite well when I was hiking on a mountain at the peripheral area of the Austrian Alps a few years back (in the "real world"). It was a rather mild late-winter/early spring day and the sun was shining. Due to all the rather moderate temperatures around then and all that sunshine and snow it was just like that: An absolutely bright sky all along the horizon with a very dark blue sky above. This specific atmosphere lasted until the early afternoon hours. I remember this situation so very well because I had forgotten my sunglasses back home. My eyes were really tired after that otherwise wonderful tour. And the atmosphere in the sim here now recently was a bit like that day back then: A wonderful late winter day with lots of sunshine from the sky and lots of snow all around the ground … no wonder that pilots always wear sunglasses! ... ... again and as always: A joy to just “look down†… … a passenger’s view … … … what an absolute unique approach this is! A real fantastic scenery for sure! … … airport in sight now. Comming in via one of the RNAV approaches at KJAC’s RW 19: The RNP and ANP values are great, so no need for any worry at all. I have to practice these type of approaches to get myself ready flying into NZQN as soon as it’s available by ORBX … … isn't this landscape here just breathtakingly amazing?!!! … ... and here we are … Welcome to KJAC!
  2. I'm back! Just taking a short hop from Salt Lake City to Jackson Hole, Wyoming in the 737-700, Delta colors of course. I know Delta does the 737-800 and CRJ to Jackson, but its my first actual trip with the -700 variant (I've had since release day).
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