Farlis

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Farlis last won the day on May 18 2010

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  1. Last batch: back to Paderborn

    Rapefields in August/September? ORBX needs to adjust their summer landclass.
  2. The fourth quarter starts at October 1st.
  3. Last batch: back to Paderborn

    Wait a minute... she is pregant. How did that happen while we were away? Uh... oh....
  4. Last batch: back to Paderborn

    Hello fellow world-touring simmers. I hope the shared online experience for this last leg was fun for those who participated. Not having a microphone I opted to fly this one solo. It was fun, challenging at times and there were some interesting virtual sites we visited. Imagine how this would be being retired and having money on the side and actually doing this tour for real. Even as a passenger it would be quite an experience. But I probably would have taken the train home from Innsbruck being so close to home and having to wait for so long to do that last leg and then gone back for the last leg. The final flight: After spending the summer in the austrian alps (both virtual and in the real world) my trusty 737-600 which has served me well on this trip through the years and through all the sims ( I started with FSX and then migrated with her to P3Dv3 and then v4) is being boarded for the last trip. Ready for a 26 departure, ATC gave me special persmission to fly the westerly RNP departure. Something I have never done before when virtually flying out of Innsbruck over the years. Leaving the way I came in. Overflying Stuttgart Airport(courtesy of Aerosoft) The last final approach phase is about to begin. Paderborn in it's GEN ORBX rendition. The home stretch. Coming in. And here we are. (Too bad that Aerosoft's Paderborn scenery is not yet P3Dv4 ready.) Thanks also to Mathijs for initiating this idea (and also for the present; now I have to carefully consider my pick) and Toby for keeping us organized and on track. As a final greeting here is a bonus shot of me from my real alpine holiday standing on a mountain summit. See you all around, virtually. Take care.
  5. Ambitious, flying a 747 into Thessaloniki.
  6. FSDG Seychelles P3D v4

    Otto, FSDG misunderstood the add-on.xml approach. Their installer is hardcoded to install their V4 Sceneries into /My Documents/ Prepare 3D v4 Add-ons/. Not just the xml file but the entire scenery. And one can't change that within the installer.
  7. FSDG Holiday Airports 2

    Yup. But there is one quirk. The directory into which the scenery is installed can't be changed. Like some others FSDG falsely assumes that using the add-on.xml method the actual files need to reside in the Document folders. Which is untrue. Only the xml needs to be there. The files can be wherever the user chooses. But their installer doesn't give you the option to choose. Aggravating...
  8. Last batch: back to Paderborn

    Final leg complete. Now that's a good place to spend 6 weeks until the voyage back to Paderborn. I took the direct flight from Zurich. Didn't want to switch to a smaller airframe on the very short hop to Friedrichshafen. Had my hands full during the westerly LOC approach with controling the descent, so no time to look around and take pictures until I had completed the teardrop turn back to final.
  9. PMDG 777-200LRF

    Das aktuelle Update (mit den neuen Installern) gibt es erst seit 4 Tagen, dass kann gar nicht seit einem Monat im Kundenkonto liegen.
  10. Since when? I don't see either from the pilot's seat.
  11. Last batch: back to Paderborn

    I use the LIDO charts that Navigraph offers. Right on the first AOI chart one can usually find preferential runways if such rules are in place. Another way to check real life operation is looking at Flightradar24 and watching what runway is in use at a given time. Zurich is another good example where you can't simply land on any Runway you might prefer. Has to do with noise abatement I presume as the preferential Runways change with time of day and are different on weekends.
  12. Last batch: back to Paderborn

    Tsk... at Malaga landing with southern configuration is prefered up to tailwinds of 10 knots. So ATC was right and you were wrong.
  13. No one had LH is bad at flying. They have one of the best training and vetting programs in the world.
  14. Last batch: back to Paderborn

    After two years finally back to regions where I can speak my own language: Leaving Nice Mount Blanc The Rhine. Not quite as majestic yet.