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  1. Today we are not going to use a luxurious airline. But who cares, as long as you sit in the cockpit. Or even virtual. "Rotate!" Singapore city to the right (with pure FTX Global, I had the city add-on deactivated for lower VAS/VRAM load). Climbing out into the usual tropical clouds... ... and crossing the Equator about 20 minutes after takeoff. Bali, ... ... and my first view of "Australia v2"... ... at Cape Leveque. In the vast outback there is still the appearance of landclass repetitions. Hours later... over Simpsons desert. And here we descend over Bathurst... ... into Sydney. I had my AI traffic reduced to a minimum, and this worked fine - no performance issues. The unusual, but charming ILS07 approach. Will give a shorter taxi time for the passengers! So here we are, arrived in Sydney to discover Australia again!
  2. Hi Folks, Winter in the North hemispher is the right moment to see Auroras Borealis also called Northern Lights. Nevertheless, it's often not very obvious to see them in real life as you need a lot of chance to experience that. My scenery ENJA gave you opportunity to see them casting at the same place. Now, let me introduce you to FTX Auroras, a global addon providing you a world wide coverage of such special solar effects over the stratospher. Northern Lights scheme of forecast generally follows the magnetic polar circle. They are mostly seen in Alaska, Canada, Iceland and North of Scandinavia. Southern Lights are less famous as they mainly concerned Antartica and some small parts of australia and New Zealand. The addon is now in beta test with Northern Lights. The map below gives you an idea of the places they are displayed: Now some samples (from P3D) you are expecting to meet: Please keep in mind these pictures are WIP so colors and shapes would change.
  3. Just some Asian (and North American) highlights, without much ado. PIA789 OPKC-CYYZ Baku The beginning of the Caucasus Range Scandinavia Greenland Labrador PIA790 CYYZ-OPLA Ontario Québec Oh no, the yellow flood! Mother Russia. Let's make an awesome turn. What remains of Lake Aral. It could benefit from some Orbx love. The Fann Mountains of Tajikistan. Dushanbe ("Monday"), the capital of Tajikistan. The Hindu Kush ("Hindu Murderer") in Afghanistan. Close to Lahore, the view goes in the direction of Islamabad and the Western Himalaya. Thank you for looking.
  4. Pakistan 789 is two hours into a flight from Karachi to Toronto and experiences a sunrise in the area of the Caspian Sea.
  5. This time we take a look at a rather seldomly looked at airline on a rather seldomly shown route. In Karachi. The baggage is being loaded while we check the fan blades. Pushback... ... and lineup runway 25L. Cruising over India. This should be the coast of Burma. Descent to Bangkok. Don Mueang Airport. We made it to the "Golden Land". ... and leave it behind soon. Only to meet some nasty thunderstorms near Rangoon. No, this is not South America including the Falkland Islands. Thank you for admitting us to the jumpseat, Captain! Down the thunderstorm alley. The weather is a lot nicer over India. It looks quite deserted east of Karachi. Touchdown runway 25R. "What do you mean by 'the jetway looks odd?' Trust me, this is how it's supposed to be." -- "Ahhh!" That's it for today, I hope you enjoyed it!
  6. Had an enjoyable flight across the pacific, into Vancouver. The 787 is a joy to fly! Loving FTX Global and PNW. Arriving over the Straight of Georgia was breathtaking! I seriously can't wait for TrueEarthPNW!
  7. Hi There Simmers, this is my first video about the Orbx products. If you have a litle time take look. Thanks, Almedin
  8. Somewhere in Montenegro. Cheers, Almedin
  9. Hi There simmers, this is my new video with my Airbus A319.
  10. Hi There simmer, today I was practiced ILS approach with my Airbus A319. Cheers, Almedin
  11. Hi There simmers, landing at LYTV with my new plane.
  12. Hi There simmer, this is my video about AI Traffic Australia and New Zealand by Orbx! Enjoy! Regards, Almedin
  13. Hi There simmers! Two screenshots for the start. Montenegro near LYPG Airport, FTX Global. Over the Serbia, on road to Belgrade FTX Global. Montenegro clear sky, dusk! AirSerba Airbus A319.
  14. Hi There simmers, Hello from Edge Of Space! With F/A-18 Super Hornet! Cheers, Almedin
  15. Hi There simmers! Today I was flying around the Belgrade, Nikola Tesla Airport. Here is some shots: Cheers Almedin
  16. Hi There, it's me Almedin! I just found this little Airport! Cheers, Almedin
  17. Haven't shared in awhile, so figured I'd stop in. Here are a handful departing out of Minden (MEV), then cruising around Reno and back to MEV. Enjoy
  18. After 16 years doing sightseeing rides around the San Diego area you'd think I'd have had enough. But now that I've hung up my spurs I find myself back in the saddle, virtually, doing the very same thing. Fact is, one of the attractions to flying—beyond the challenge—is what you see out the windscreen. And the ORBX FTX Global base pack and Pago Pago add-on offer incredible vistas of the South Seas islands of Samoa and covers over 1000 square miles including 17 islands, five incredibly detailed airports jungle strips, and two international airports. On an extended oil-exploration charter that originated back in Boston, we've flown over 14,000 miles in well over 100 hours. But the beauty of Tahiti encouraged further sightseeing...I mean exploration...and Pago Pago was the logical stop, Bali next, and then New Guinea. And boy, am I glad we made the trip to Pago Pago. The place is both challenging and beautiful. Airborne out of NSTU at 0900 it was hot, humid, and hazy after overnight thunderstorms. But the weather forecast for a day-long round-robin looked good with scattered to broken mid-level clouds. A short 75nm jaunt ENE and a swing around the island put us on final to the Western Samoa airport of Fitiuta (NSFQ) Where the 2350' strip gave us some short field practice before some slightly shorter fields ahead The trickiest part in many places was turning the long-winged Gooney Bird around in the tight runway clearings. But we managed, and after a short shutdown to say hello to the friendly residents, we were off again. A 15nm hop to the next island NW Put us on final for 2000' Ofu (NSAS) The next leg was an hour further northwest To Fagali'l (NSFS) on the north coast of Falelolo Island (American Samoa) After coffee in the pretty little terminal, we flew another 20 minutes NW to 2000' Asau (NSAU), where we stretched our legs and shared the ramp with a Twotter. Headed back southeast, we did a touch and go at Moata (NSMA) And then headed to Faleolo (FSFA), which would be our jumping off point for the flight to Bali
  19. Captured in natural habitats thanks to orbx.
  20. Had a strange craving to take a 5hr jaunt down to Baja California in a Cessna. Carlsbad McClellan-Palomar (KCRQ) to Loreto (MMLT) Enjoy!
  21. Doesn't do too much to showcase the scenery, but still figured they were nice environments. Phoenix Deer Valley (DVT) down to Tuscon Ryan (RYN)
  22. I decided to do some flying in areas I haven't been to before, so I'm creating a series of flight plans that follow the ground journey of the Silk Road from ancient Constantinople in modern day Turkey (Istanbul) to the ancient capital of China, Xi'an. I'll be flying the journey in a biplane, low to take in the scenery, and following roads that follow the ancient Silk Road paths, using FSWidgets EFB so I have a map displaying the roads and flight plan, and stopping at nearby airports along the way to refuel. Today I left Constantinople, an area surrounded by lush green fields and trees and farmlands, and as I headed south, it slowly became a bit more arid. At my third airport stop along the way, I parked at a place called Balikesir (approaching it in the screenshot below). I'm really impressed with the colours and textures of FTX Global as I fly through Eastern Europe, and am looking forward to watching the scenery change around me as I head into the Middle East and on into the Far East as I follow in the footsteps of ancient merchants along the Silk Road. I really wish the OpenLC Asia was out, because I imagine it would enhance a journey like this. If it comes out after I reach Xi'an, I might use it for the journey home, which follows a different route back to Constantinople.
  23. Some favorites while continuing my Orbx West Coast Tour in P3D V4 This is done with Orbx Northern California and FTX Global, FTX Vector, and FTX NA Landclass. Hope you all enjoy them. More to come. John (Appropriate Signature Coming Soon)
  24. I am new to Orbx. Just purchased FTX Global. But I am not sure that it got installed. I Installed through FTX Central V3, but didn't see much difference. I checked my FS Senery but only found my FTX NA demo. No FTXG. Where else might I find it. Thanks.
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