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  1. Summer means dangerous forest fires which calls for action from fire fighting bombers......
  2. Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a darn pretty winter midday noon service to ENTC Tromsø Airport located on the western shore of the island of Tromsøya next to the city of Tromsø, Norway Cruising at 10,000 ft is fun as you get to fly through clouds Yes it looks like sunset during midday noon in winter in northern Norway Pilots working hard to be sure not to hit mountains at 10,000 ft Sorry Cannot resist beautiful view of Norwegian winter noon sunlight and check out anti tail strike under tail Wooo woooo flying through clouds at 10,000 ft Cruising at 10,000 ft afford you nice view of Norwegian winter landscape and rivers On final runway approach to runway 01 Nice view of runway approach Seconds before touchdown Ok few more seconds (darn powerful winter winds which keep lifting the plane) Finally touchdown!! Braking down on very icy runway (yikes) Exiting from runway 01 into taxiway E Holding on taxiway E waiting for airport ground controller to give clearance to taxi to gate 20 After receiving such taxi clearance now taxiing to gate 20 with background view of Most bridge where highway route number 862 connects between town of Kvaløysletta and Tromso Taxiing past Wideroe maintenance hangar Approaching gate 20 Arriving at gate 20 Parked at gate 20 to get ready for passengers to get off the plane Unloading luggage Plane is ready for passengers to disemark The other plane is getting ready for departure with its engines roaring to life Nice wing view showing snow piling up on top of jetways!! Thank you for viewing. Stay tuned for next exciting flight. Regards, Aharon
  3. Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a famous northern Scottish shuttle service between EGPF Glasgow International Airport located 9.9 miles west of centre of city of Glasgow to EGPB Sumburgh Sumburgh Airport located 20 miles south of city of Lerwick on the southern tip of the mainland island of Shetland Islands Airborne after take off from EGPF now making right 180 degree turn to head to EDN waypoint above Edinburgh On climb to 25,000 ft past Glasgow suburb Dig out pretty Glasgow suburb Now cruising across Scottish landscape Intercepting EDN above city landscape of Edinburgh where you can spot stadium called S.R.U Playing Fields Now heading north toward ADN waypoint Cruising along eastern shore of northern Scotland passing EGOl airport that I cannot find on Goggle Maps Passing EGPD Aberdeen International Airport located at Dyce approximately 5 nautical miles northwest of centre of city of Aberdeen Intercepting ADN waypoint and making little left adjustment to head to WIK waypoint Cruising Cruising across waters of Atlantic Ocean toward Shetland Islands Starting decent to 3,000 ft Intercepting WIK waypoint above EGPC Wick John O' Groats Airport located 1 nautical mile north of the town of Wick at the north-eastern extremity of the mainland of Scotland which is favorite place for stopover for light GA aircraft ferry flights between Europe and North America via Iceland Now at 10,000 ft during descent At 5,000 ft passing EGPA Kirkwall Airport located 3 miles southeast of Kirkwall At 4,000 ft At 3,000 ft Getting ready to start runway approach to runway 09 On final runway approach Seconds before touchdown TOUCHDOWN yeah Northern Scottish weather is never nice!! Sorry no reverse thrusters for this plane But yeah we have slow down method that you can see on back of the plane!! Approaching gate Arrived gate to drop off passengers while fixing engine to remove remains of dead bird from bird strike Thank you for viewing. Stay tuned for next exciting flight Regards, Aharon
  4. Shalom and greetings all my pals, On May/June/July 2016, areas of Fort McMurray had worst forest fires in history that destroyed and burnt 1,500,000 acres and 3244 buildings. This flight report presents my second relief aid cargo flight that I made 4 years ago (I have backlog of millions of screenshots waiting for me to publish) which was from CYZF Yellowknife Airport located in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada to CYMM Fort McMurray International Airport located 7 nautical miles southeast of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Cruising at 33,000 ft carrying heavy loads of much needed relief aid supplies bound for Fort McMurray residents You can tell that the plane is getting near Fort McMurray when you see lots of smokes that are NOT clouds Starting to descend now entering heavy smokes Descending through smokes At 5,000 ft where you can see through haze of smokes the ground showing trees Deploying landing gear on way to runway 07 Oh darn smoke haze is getting thicker Seconds from touchdown TOUCHDOWN Front landing gear wheels gliding down in most graceful slow manner Front wheels making runway contact Exiting from runway 07 into taxiway D on way to gates Taxiing on taxiway D Entering cargo section apron while the other plane was dropping off firefighter volunteers Getting ready to unload relief aid while jetway was disconnecting from the other plane fully boarded with evacuees to be evacuated to safe areas. Thank you for viewing. Please stay tuned for next exciting flight Regards, Aharon
  5. Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a famous after work business commuting flight to go home from CYVR Vancouver International Airport located 7.5 miles from downtown Vancouver to CYXD Edmonton City Centre Airport located within the city of Edmonton just north of the city centre. On airborne on climb to fl330 after take off with nice background view of entire city landscape of Vancouver Still climbing with background view of Vancouver suburb called Richmond seen below the plane wings and view of Westham island as well as Fraser River can be seen below two fins (whatever they are called) located on bottom of the plane Climbing through heavy clouds Still climbing Now at fl250 still on ascend to fl330 Now cruising at 33,000 ft past ground view of CYXX Abbotsford International Airport located 2.5 miles southwest of the city centre of Abbotsford Approaching mountains of Canadian Rockies of Glacier National Park of Canada Crossing Canadian Rockies can be fun Woo woo look how high the Canadian Rockies mountains are look at the very high mountain in background which is probably 13,000 ft high Mount Robson in Banff area Cruising at 33,000 ft On left side is no mountains and on right side is mountains Crossing MORE Canadian Rockies mountains in below four or five screenshots Background view of sun starting to descend which is typical for after work commuting flight on way home Starting descent to 10,000 ft Amazing view of sunset At 10,000 ft At 5,000 ft showing beautiful snowy landscape At 3,000 ft showing background view of CYEG Edmonton International Airport located 16 miles south southwest of downtown Edmonton On final runway approach to runway 34 past entire city landscape of Edmonton Runway approach to runway 34 offers you fantastic view of whole city of Edmonton!! Passing business district of Edmonton which any of you Edmonton natives can identify those skyscapers Below the nose of the aircraft shows background view of famous Rexall Place located on the north side of Northlands suburb of Edmonton and this stadium is home to Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League, the Edmonton Rush of the National Lacrosse League and the Edmonton Oil Kings of the WHL Wing view of business district and the stadium Seconds before touchdown TOUCHDOWN Front landing wheels gliding down slowly Making runway contact by front wheels Braking down Exiting from runway 34 into taxiway C on way to gate Dig out AMAZING wing view Therefore concludes recreation of famous regular business commuting flight by Pacific Western airline from Vancouver to Edmonton. Thank you for viewing. Please stay tuned for next exciting flight. Regards, Aharon
  6. Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a beautiful runway 28 approach to EIDW Dublin Airport 4.3 miles north of Dublin, Ireland On final runway approach toward runway 28 passing background view of Radisson Blu Hotel seen below the tail of the plane where you also can see sky blue airport bus traveling on road called Terminal 2 Departure Road It is gonna be fun to park cargo planes at this awesome cargo terminal lucky residents of those buildings have marvelous view of approaching planes Gonna love green jetways Seconds before touchdown Check out cool four PAPI lights TOUCHDOWN with background view of CityJet hangar and fire house Front landing gliding down slowly in most graceful manner while rear wheels are still spewing awesome tire smokes More tire smoke Hey I got to impress, excite, and enthrall airport photography spotters yes more tire smoke while front wheels make runway contact Exiting from runway 28 into taxiway Stopping and holding short of taxiway awaiting for ground tower controller to give taxi clearance Taxiing toward gate 307 Still taxiing to gate of destination Picking gate 307C to taxi and dock at gate Arriving at gate to drop off satisfied passengers Thank you for viewing. Stay tuned for next exciting flight. Regards, Aharon
  7. Thanks all for kind answers Regards, Aharon
  8. I am totally clueless in SODE gimmick. Does anybody know SODE stuff please?? I have version 1.64 and all new payware sceneries keep asking me to install 1.65. If I do it, will it overwrite previous version or do I have to uninstall older version first before installing version 1.65 please?? Will it screw up all existing payware sceneries inducing Aersoft sceneries that I have in pc that are still using SODE 1.64? Thanks
  9. @Hauer, Thanks for answers. Would you happen to know specific waypoint above the famous Victoria Falls please? Regards, Aharon
  10. @Hauer, When you flew to Victoria Falls, did you see the famous falls during your flight simming flight?? Regards, Aharon
  11. Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting very GREEN St Patrick Day flight from LFRN Rennes–Saint-Jacques Airport or Aéroport de Rennes–Saint-Jacques located 3.7 miles southwest of Rennes in the region of Brittany, France to EIDW Dublin Airport located 4.3 miles north of Dublin which is the capital city of Ireland. On airborne after take off from runway 28 starting to make right turn with background view of farming lands of la forge Still making right turn passing county road called Grande Fontaine in the same farming area mentioned above Nice tail view while the plane is climbing to 34,000 ft to start the route DIN SKESO BHD STU VATRY KLY Nice wing view of lake called Etang de la Perronnaye located near town of Romille Nice wing view of French countyside of Brittany in northwestern France Intercepting DIN above LFRD Dinard–Pleurtuit–Saint-Malo Airport or Aéroport de Dinard located 3.1 miles south-southwest of Dinard serving the city of Saint-Malo, France where you can see highway number D168 in front of the plane nose Passing city of Saint-Malo/Saint-Servan off the right wing and town of Dinard seen off the left engine while you can see the same highway number D168 behind the tail of the plane showing you the bridge connecting between the city and the town. The famous transatlantic single-handed yacht race Route du Rhum which takes place every 4 years in Novembers is between Saint Malo and Point à Pitre in Guadeloupe. leaving France to cross English Channel heading to waypoint SKESO Passing island of Jersey where you can see runway of EGJJ Jersey International airport Passing island of Guernsey and its EGJB Guernsey airport Cruising across English Channel intercepting SKESO and heading to BHD Intercepting waypoint BHD above seaside town of Torquay that is known as English Riveria and also is noted as birthplace of famous British author Agatha Christie Passing town of Shiphay just next north of Torquay where you can see off right wing the main road called Hamelin Way Cruising to head to waypoint STU with background FSX default view of River Teign that is represented incorrectly in FSX Wing view of River Taw below the engine where you can spot under the wing RMB Chivenor airfield military based used by Royal Marines commandos while the plane is starting to cross Bristol Channel waters Crusing across nice English countyside toward waypoint STU After intercepting STU now entering waters of St George Channel which signals start of descent toward final waypoint VATRY Descending through clouds Now in middle of clouds On final runway approach to runway 28 past background view of town of Donaghmede Seconds before touchdown Okay few more seconds with nice background view of Dublin airport Few more seconds please while you can marvel view of the airport in background Very smoky TOUCHDOWN Front landing gear gliding down slowly while rear landing gear is still producing exciting long stream of tire smokes Front wheels making runway contact spewing more tire smoke Exiting from runway 28 into taxiway E6 Holding position on taxiway E6 while Vatsim controllers of Dublin airport particularly EIDW TWR and EIDW GND are screaming to me the words Get out of runway now get out of runway now while I was trying to tell EIDW GND I am actually on taxiway E6 awaiting for EIDW GND to issue me clearance to taxi to gate seconds after I request for such clearance while properly informing EIDW GND I have finished exiting from runway 28 and I am now at E6. I am guessing there is something wrong with their Vatsim radars or their radars cannot read my payware Aerosoft MegaDublin. I have no idea why they think I am on runway 28 when I am actually on taxiway E6. Taxiing to gate 203 Now on passenger apron manuevering to approach gate 203 Arriving at gate 203 Airport ground crew being busy getting the plane ready for next trip Thank you for viewing and please stay tuned for next exciting flight report. Regards, Aharon
  12. Welcome back!!! long long time no see!! Hope all is well with you And great screeshots I like your realistic looking desert landscape. What do you use that for desert? Regards, Aharon
  13. I can fit this Maule aircraft into this MONSTER ENGINE GE90 engine or can you calculate how many propellers of this Maule plane would it take to equal 115,000 lb of horsepower thrust of single GE90 engine?
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