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  1. I was curious about how the Bleriot would deal with Bryce's 7,000' plus altitude. Took an Anzani W-3 equipped version out & it could barely raise a crawl across the grass. Which, I suspect, would be an accurate result. I also found that true to the original, the ground turning is almost non existent. Back in the day hefty assistants would guide the wing tips & line it up. In MSFS you need to slew the aircraft. I haven't found that control yet. TTM (MSFS/Med) Stuck.
  2. We are delighted to announce our first all-new airport product for Microsoft Flight Simulator - Bryce Canyon Airport! Acclaimed developer Ken Hall brings his developing flair to this historic airfield, located in the dramatic canyon hinterlands of Southern Utah. Serving the famous national park of the same name, Bryce Canyon is a high-altitude airport that hosts GA and corporate flights from across the United States. The airport is perfectly situated for exploring many of the Parks of the southwest; beyond Bryce Canyon National Park itself, Zion, Grand Staircase, Arches, Monument
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