New Tour Posted (Around the World in 80 Wrecks)

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1 month 3 weeks ago #17437 by jer029
Pilots,

I'm pleased to tell you that the first part of this new tour has been posted.  It's based on a special from Dive Magazine, but we've created a flight plan around the wreck locations.

You will find this new tour listed in the "Non-US Tour" section of the Special Operations link from the Main Menu.

Thanks to Larry for spending much time finding the various airports to link these wreck sites together.  This has been rather time-consuming for both of us, and is not complete yet, but I wanted to release the first segment (Norway to Cyprus) for pilots to fly.  More will be added later, and I'll let you know when that is done.

Happy flying,

John

John Rogers
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1 month 3 weeks ago #17439 by SmittyBRS
A very large Thank You in advance, Just took a look at the itinerary and supporting documents for the initial flights and destinations of this unique and very interesting way of addressing an Around the World Tour.
Looking forward to the experience and the challenge.

Smitty

LOW & SLOW is the WAY to GO
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1 month 3 weeks ago #17441 by chili
thank you both for your hard work; I just can not find the tour under "Non-US Tour" section of the Special Operations link.

Thanks in advance

Chili

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1 month 3 weeks ago #17442 by ctnlocal
Sounds Interesting..

Hoe many Pax and What Aircraft you have in mind?

Regards

Alf.

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1 month 3 weeks ago - 1 month 3 weeks ago #17443 by jer029
To answer the questions:

If you can't see the link at the bottom-right of Non-US Tours page in Bush Ops, then you may need to clear your browser cache.

As stated in the initial Pilot Briefing, you can select any aircraft in your hangar suitable for the given distances and the runway lengths of the origin and destination airports.  I would suggest finding the faster planes for longer distances while ensuring that the plane's takeoff and landing distance is suitable for the airports involved.  I did not set a passenger limit so the aircraft landing and takeoff distance should be the primary limiting factor for the flights.

Happy flying,

John

John Rogers
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