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Relocation, flight 1 of 2


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After the Tasmania tour of the past days we now take a jetplane to change the state. And to drastically change the climate...

A rainy morning sees us leaving Launceston. Boarding the way I like it.

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True Glass works, and the weather radar also has a clear message.

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The first gap in the clouds came right in time to spot Wilsons Promontory NP.

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But the approach into Melbourne was not so clear.

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Luckily the curtain went away soon...

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... and we could set ourselves.

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Time to get a coffee and change planes for leg 2.

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Fantastic clouds, fantastic rain effects. Those Aussies are so used to the dry heat that they take every opportunity to enjoy the rain, even upon boarding an airplane. Or at least they don't seem to be in a hurry in your first pic. :D

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5 hours ago, Captain Lars said:

Fantastic clouds, fantastic rain effects. Those Aussies are so used to the dry heat that they take every opportunity to enjoy the rain, even upon boarding an airplane. Or at least they don't seem to be in a hurry in your first pic. :D

... and obviously PeopleFlow does not include umbrellas, yet.

The rain looks nice in the sim, but it covers the scenery. Sometimes we do have to cheat with the weather (not in this flight, honestly).

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9 hours ago, adambar said:

Excellent shots Gerold :)

Thank you Adam!

 

8 hours ago, Jack Sawyer said:

That was a really cool tour Gerold, but that weather radar?  Isn't that test mode? :lol:

Thanks Jack. Usually it shows accurately what is around - and the entire Tasmania as well as the Bass Strait were covered on that flight. Not even allowed to post these shots here, as no scenery was visible...

 

8 hours ago, TerribleT said:

A Great varied weather set - nice aircraft operation as well!

Thank you TT. AS16 with real weather set to the day of flight (late March or early April). Not a pleasure for the tourists...

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