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Start ::  Special Ops Division ::  Special Ops Online Multiplayers Flights ::  First Multiplayer Flight with FlightGear Pilot using Swift and P3D/FSX on JoinFS successful
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First Multiplayer Flight with FlightGear Pilot using Swift and P3D/FSX on JoinFS successful

jer029 Posted: 30.07.2020, 20:03

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Pilots,

It was a fun and experimental flight today as we tested out the JoinFS addon along with the optional FlightGear Swift addon that allowed pilots to see both FlightGear and FSX/P3D planes.

We managed to fly about half of Larry's Vancouver Island Seaplane Tour, and will finish this next Thursday at the same time.  I'll post the upcoming flight as I have been doing should other pilots wish to join in.

I was not able, or willing to take the time, to take pictures of our flight this time around, but - if the participants did take some pics, please add them to the forum to share with other pilots and be available for later use in  our next annual promo video.

I did get the picture of our teamspeak connection from our main St. Paul Airlines website page that showed the four of us communicating during the flight.  A small, but truly international event.



Thanks to all who participated.

John



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bill721 Posted: 04.08.2020, 11:10



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What type of planes is everyone flying?  I may be able to make it on Thursday.




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airhogg Posted: 04.08.2020, 15:16



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Hi Bill:
          Any type of float plane you have. l use the Beaver DHC-2 amphibian, others use the Kodiak....

          l finally got the Swift program to work so, hopefully l`ll be able to see Oswald flying around as John did.

          Should be able to finish the second half next time. So, if anybody has a float plane, please come and join us Thursday.

          439-Larry
          SOP Mgr.
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bill721 Posted: 04.08.2020, 15:57



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Thanks Larry.  Where are we starting from?



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jer029 Posted: 04.08.2020, 20:25

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Good question Bill, I forgot to note where we left off on the first part.  Larry will have to tell us where to start our planes Thursday.

John

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airhogg Posted: 04.08.2020, 23:30



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Were starting at   (CAU6) to (CAG9)....about 14 waypoints all together
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bill721 Posted: 05.08.2020, 15:35



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Sounds good thanks
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