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  1. Xplane, Vskylabs R66, Avitab and Airspaces map. Tools for Mountain or low-level flight. Wonky's Blog! 86. Sorry about the sound quality but had to use an old microphone. With so much mountain and low-level flight for helicopters going on at the moment, I am having another look at one of the first programs that I found to let me see the position of my Helicopter over a google earth map and trace its path. Having just purchased and downloaded the Dolomite's and also doing a lot of flying around LOJT with the Innsbrook Orbx scenery. I thought for those that have not heard about the Airspaces desktop app or not used it. Then it might be worth a look. Over the last week, I have been using it in VR with the Rift S by grabbing it from the VR desktop and pinning it inside the helicopter. It's not easy to get it just right but well worth it when you do.
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