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Where am I? - A little ongoing quiz

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Damn, I thought I made it difficult. :P It's absolutely correct!

PS Anyone for the bonus question?

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According to my charts for VOR 18, for missed approach, heading should be 309 and altitude 2500.

You have them 214 and 300.

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OK, very-very easy, from a flight I've just started.

Where am I taking off from?

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That's a fully loaded (in payload) PMDG T7, on a flight to Arlanda, with 26 tonnes of fuel, and arriving there with fumes left. :P

This take off demands no derates, and holding the brakes until engines have stabilized to 100% TO/GA thrust.

I suppose some planespotters behind, will be blown off. :P

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Can you land and takeoff in Skiathos with the T7?! Someone take my turn, gents. No FSX PC here with me.

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Can you land and takeoff in Skiathos with the T7?

I've done about 30 flights so far with the PMDG T7.

The aircraft has very powerful engines (and so thrust-reversers as well).

What I've found out is that even close to MLW (for example not more than 10 tonnes below it), I can land easily at runways with length:

- down to 1900m with autobrakes 1 (tested with Bremen)

- down to 1700m (and less perhaps) with autobrakes 2 (tested with Dortmund)

In future flights, I will attempt to push it even further (go below 1500m).

Now, for take-offs, the only limited one I've done was at Skiathos. I had maximum payload (that is maximum ZFW) and about 26 tonnes of fuel. I deactivated all engine derates and held the brakes until engines stabilized at 100% TO/GA thrust.

At the time my wheels left the ground I could still see the opposite runway threshold stripes in front of me behind my windshield, along with a at least one or half of the last runway centerline marking, so by a very rough estimate, I must have had at least 200-150m of runway length left.

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Okay that was Varenasi. Somebody else wants to restart with an image?

Sure! Here we go!

Where am I trying to land at?

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Little Hint:

- There's an Asphalt Runway with a full lenght of about 5001 ft.

- As there is a Turf runway as well with a length of about 2501 ft

- The Airfield exists allready since the second world war, originally opened on 22 July 1940.

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Negative... :) the Airport I had flown to is not located in the US. :)

As a reminder, to make it a bit more easy for you to get it, I reworked the shot from an other planespotters perspective...

As I found, it was too difficult to match it, because we couldn't even identify the Airport from the present distance and height I was flying at...

So I've done a new shot, just shortly before touching down... and I added two more hints on it as well... you may consider that.

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Since nothing got posted for 4 days I will put in 2 hints

- Airport is in Europe

-Between 2 rivers

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I would say...Interlaken, Switzerland?

Nope! to open landscape.... in switzerland (Interlaken) you have to have at least on one side mountains... so I still think, that this may be somewhere arround Mississippi or up in Canada... even if the hints tell about Europe, it could only be somewhere in Hungary...

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Hungary...that sounds just about right.

Or Poland, Germany, or Slovakia?

If it's Hungary, then...Debrecen?

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Hungary...that sounds just about right.

Or Poland, Germany, or Slovakia?

If it's Hungary, then...Debrecen?

Nope! Can't be Debrecen, cause Debrecen is a much bigger Militaryan airfield... with Military Hangars around, a big Terminal and more stuff as it is located on higher terrain too...

But nice try!

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Wow...quite tough..I'm going to make a wild guess and say Pecs.

Pécs-Pogany could be near... i think... but even that is way off... Gyõr-Pér fits it more accurate I think...but even this is a fault-pas :P

Btw. 1400ft 250RPM and 70knts Ground Speed?? What the heck?? that's way too fast! I think that was a fly-by :P

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I will give a few more hints, we are not in Hungary or Switzerland, but ur getting closer to it ;)

One of the Rivers is pretty famous

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Still nothing :P soo I will put in the last 3 hints now that should make it very easy ..

It´s in Germany

On of the rivers starts with D

Airport is in the south of germany

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is it Donauried (EDMG) or Donauwörth (EDMQ) ??? (From the German Airfields Series??)

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