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Iain Emms

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WOW! So realistic and beautiful shots, like aerial photos taken at scene. 

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I fly RW jets into KMCO from the UK. I’m amazed to see in that last shot the correct placement of a massive building just before the threshold of 17L, which is I believe a warehouse for republix. You’ve no idea of the hassle that building cuases since they built it. In mid summer it produces a massive thermal giving a significant blip in airspeed and descent rate, right at the last minute which you could do without. Mind you on the other end 35R with its forest/ lake combination of short finals  is just as bad.

Really looking forward to this product and fingers crossed for a further developed KMCO in the future.

Jon

 

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1 hour ago, Jon b said:

I fly RW jets into KMCO from the UK. I’m amazed to see in that last shot the correct placement of a massive building just before the threshold of 17L, which is I believe a warehouse for republix. You’ve no idea of the hassle that building cuases since they built it. In mid summer it produces a massive thermal giving a significant blip in airspeed and descent rate, right at the last minute which you could do without. Mind you on the other end 35R with its forest/ lake combination of short finals  is just as bad.

Really looking forward to this product and fingers crossed for a further developed KMCO in the future.

Jon

 

Thank you Jon for your post it goes to show how good a job Allen has done with this scenery.

cheers

Iain

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