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  1. Thanks to Sue on the forum here I have a couple of new ships in the hanger. I learned a lot that I did not know about the PC-6. This has got to be the Cadillac of the bush country! When I saw that I was flying at 35 Knots I was sure I had a bad instrument .... nope. Carry 8 people or 2,450 lbs with STOL performance. Wow .... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eY9Op9pCzh0
  2. My entry into the bush pilot era flying medical supplies into the mountain strips of Papua New Guinea, provided by Orbx's TAP Tapini package. Great scenery, challenging strips. Think I'm leaving aluminum in many of the canyons, just like the real pilots. Added some voiceovers ...
  3. Flying a de Haviland DHC-6 as a Charter Tour Pilot with tourists viewing the Yongai village nesting in the adjacent hillside and then returning to base at Tapini. The descent over the final ridge was steep requiring a hard slip to descend to proper altitude for Final. All textures and airports designed by Orbx.
  4. My band quit on me but I'll post this anyway ... No natural engine sounds were killed in the making of this movie. Pulled out my shiny new Cessna 195 to take a bush pilot wanabe out on his checkride. Woitap to Fane. If we walk away without bending anything I'll sign his ticket.
  5. A little fun here with the Ononge Mission Airstrip located on a narrow high ridge in New Guinea, then returning back to base at Kosipe. This is the TAP Tapini product from ORBX that was recently made available. Of course I killed a lot of pilots doing this ...
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