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TribalBob Posted: 08.09.2018, 17:44

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Great flight guys, looking forward to the next one!
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bbuske Posted: 08.09.2018, 19:12



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It was great guys though you all ran away from me.. lol j/k I had some lag due to bad internet... But it was fun.. and Oswald: This was an awesome route you selected!!! It was beautiful to fly along!

Ben
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TribalBob Posted: 08.09.2018, 19:34

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LOL, don't feel too bad Ben, I spent the whole session trying to catch up to John and Oswald as I was having a lot of trouble getting into the air form KHND for some reason. Thy were landing by the time I finally caught up, lol...

next time we will be better coordinated I think...
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jer029 Posted: 08.09.2018, 21:27

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Hah...and I didn't see the wonderful scenery that appears in Oswald's pictures.  I'm sure there are tweaks that I need other than what was done on the fly...literally speaking.

Regardless, it was fun to fly with our FlightGear pilots and meet them on TeamSpeak - Sorry Ben...I would have texted too, but I was too busy trying to keep the plane flying and respond to all the suggestions from Joe and Oswald.

Thanks to all - and we'll have to try again sometime soon.

John

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TribalBob Posted: 08.09.2018, 22:15

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[quote=jer029]Hah...and I didn't see the wonderful scenery that appears in Oswald's pictures.  I'm sure there are tweaks that I need other than what was done on the fly...literally speaking.Regardless, it was fun to fly with our FlightGear pilots and meet them on TeamSpeak - Sorry Ben...I would have texted too, but I was too busy trying to keep the plane flying and respond to all the suggestions from Joe and Oswald.Thanks to all - and we'll have to try again sometime soon.John[/quote]

John, not sure if you saw, but I posted a guide for getting improved visuals and a couple of other extras here in the forum, sif you want to give that a look, I'd be more than happy to do that flight again sometime since I didn't get to see it in full either because I was trying to pay catch-up, LOL...
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jer029 Posted: 09.09.2018, 17:02

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Thanks Joe,  I'll certainly take a look at it.  Also, you and Oswald might want to take a look at some of our old Multiflight plans still available for download.  Those were made by fellow SPA pilot Larry (airhogg) Chew.  As you'll see, they're all variations of a "hop-list" where we fly from airport to airport.  This allows more fun (and practice) landing and taking off, and it allows for pilots to regroup at the airports so that we aren't spending the entire flight trying to catch up to the lead plane if we run into difficulties - which can regularly happen on these simulated flights.

Just look under main menu under "Downloads->Multiplayer Flight Plans".

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TribalBob Posted: 09.09.2018, 19:25

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Awesome, will take a look, thanks John!
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Oswald Posted: 10.09.2018, 12:49



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I guess this is a very good idea. I have looked into a few of these plans and suppose they are good for general aviation aircraft like Cessna 182, or if we stay in the SPA aircraft fleet bush planes like Cessna 208, DHC6 Twin Otter, Aero Commander. The B1900 wouldn't fit, I suppose.

Of these SPA fleet planes to my knowledge in FG only the Twin Otter and the Aero Commander are well developed, and the DHC2 Beaver as wheel version.

What do you think?
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jer029 Posted: 10.09.2018, 13:12

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Yes Oswald, those plans were specifically tailored for bush flights, but one could easily create a similar plan for larger planes and larger airfields.  It's the idea of airport 'hopping' that might be worth considering.

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bbuske Posted: 10.09.2018, 16:44



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Sounds like a good idea.. lol And the flight still was fun! 

Sorry for not replying earlier.. I was busy yesterday.. I did actually get to fly a real E190... just for 2 hours forth and another 2 hours back, but still... was fun... 

Ben
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