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  1. If I was a rich man ... I'd definitely buy a Turbo Commasnder 690 (After I pay off all my bills of course..)
  2. I own a significant amount of Orbx products for FSX Steam and I am having a tough time landing at Flightbeam's KSFO and KMSP without getting VAS issues on either takeoff or landing. It is crazy frustrating. My system specs are as follows: 3.7 GHz Intel Core i7-8700K Six-Core 32GB DDR4 | 240GB SSD + 3TB HDD NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (11GB GDDR5X) Gigabit Ethernet LAN | 802.11ac Wi-Fi I am having a number of VAS issues. I am running Orbx scenery (but I turn off Northern California and Southern California and all other Orbx scenery except Vector and North America when trying to land or takeoff at KSFO), PMDG 737, Active Sky Next, ChasePlane (camera), Flight2Crew (including RAAS Professional) and Ultimate Traffic 2 (with AI aircraft turned fairly low –both through UT2 and in FSX). I can never manage to takeoff or land at SFO without system crashing and now I can’t seem to takeoff or land at KMSP (even with the same Orbx scenery settings turned off). Does anyone use those airports with Orbx and not encounter those issues? I also have an email request into the Flightbeam support team as well. Any recommendations?
  3. Practice for the next Blue Angels airshow...
  4. Next day, next plane. This time a tool suitable for a bit longer distances, but still for VFR with shorter runways expected. Ah, and a livery suited for sunny places, too. No need to say where this is. Lake Sonoma... ... and Fortuna city below us. Is this peninsula really called Samoa? At least Murray Field / Eureka is easy to be found. And needs a little extra spin, I think.
  5. Hi, just one shot on the amount of vessels you can see just after being airborne from KSFO... Cheers
  6. Departing from another vendor´s enhancement... ... across the city ... ... and San Pablo Bay, ... ... until Mt. Shasta comes in sight. Descend over Clearlake ... .... and done. PS: And she is on the phone, again...
  7. It took me so long since the release of KMRY to find the time to explore it. Finally, here it is, beginning at Cannery Row: Laguna Seca Raceway: Carmel: Moss Landing: Now up to Half Moon Bay... ... and approaching the gate ... ... to KSFO: Let´s see when we can close the gap to KPSP "in style"...
  8. Ok so of course, had to do this: let's recreate the fun of flying an F/A-18 from Alameda Naval Air Station, under the Golden Gate Bridge, and landing at KSFO. This took about three minutes of flight in all, and required a little careful maneuvering <g>: Taking off at dawn in the rain at Alameda NAS: Light fuel load, instruments up, all ready to go! You can see the map of the area on the central data display; VRS' simulation of the instrumentation is quite detailed, and a lot of fun to learn and master: Decided since yeah, it's the Blue Angels #1, let's put all the pretty lights on: ... and here we go with a little quick side view towards San Francisco, right after takeoff: I think I may freak out some early morning commuters -- not a lot of maneuvering room on the bridge, so hang on! Or under it, for that matter..... Okay, let's go! Best not to go for a swim at these speeds..... Whew! A little celebration on afterburner... hey, I'm already at 12,000 ft. altitude, what was that, fifteen seconds?! Or 3??? Continued next post.... Continued..... Okay, equanimity recovered, a quick tour past Coit Tower..... and the SF docks..... Setup for landing (no, I didn't ask permission....).... Okay, I paused, hard to land an F/A-18 with a load and also hit the 'V' key for a screenshot: Almost down..... And boom! On the ground. Welcome to where it all started, so many years ago!
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