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    depends on which way you fly, maybe 12-14 hours..

    anyways im flying for cp air virtual, dc-10 cyvr-phnl... only about 5-6 hours

    check it out @
    canadianclassicairlines.com/cpc and click on live maps...im on the far left...

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    Lima - Madrid: Iberia 747-400
    Buenos Aires - Lima: Aerolineas Argentinas A310
    Buenos Aires - Ushuaia, Buenos Aires-Caracas : Aerolineas Argentinas A340
    San Diego - Kansas City : TWA Convair 880
    Kansas City - St. Louis : TWA DC9-50
    St. Louis - Dayton: TWA 717
    Moscow Sheremeteyevo - St.Petersburg: Aeroflot Ilyushin Il-86
    Los Angeles - Denver: Antonov Airlines Antonov 225
    Moscow Domodedovo - Sochi: Aeroflot Ilyushin Il-76TD

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    I love to simulate a flight from Barcellona to London

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    Default This is simulation, in contrast to reality.

    Quote Originally Posted by jarod View Post
    I love to simulate a flight from Barcellona to London
    If you look for bcn - dus here on jp, I have simulated a very special flight...

    In a simulator, you have to decide for 1 type, isn't it like that? I have made my decision.

    Current was,
    EDDF - EGPH, on board my nickname.

    EGPH - EGKK, and

    EGKK - LIMJ on board our colleagues, BA-B744.


    Next is, again on board my nickname
    LIMJ - EDDM,

    EDDM - EBBR and

    EBBR - HUEN.


    Why don't I use the appropriate a/c?
    Well, since 2008, I am a Boeing man. And this does not correspond with the EBBR flight plan...

    "Find the souce of the River Nile" with Hammond, May and Clarkson. It is an inspiration.

    "And this is what is left of Top Gear." Even James May, and Richard Hammond, who both are a few months older than me, seemed like to be hit by a rock, in their very last appearance for Top Gear.

    But starting their Africa journey in HUEN, Hammond May and Clarkson were as we all know them, pioneers. May used a Volvo 850 R estate car, which, by the factory, is lowered on a sport chassis. It must have been the very best car for an Africa offroad trip.
    Clarkson was equally equipped for offroad purposes, with a BMW 528i touring, keyword old egyptian feather bed.
    Hammond tried to compete in a mobile kitchen, based on a Subaru Impreza WRX station wagon.

    Pure inspiration.


    We'll really miss those ideas!
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    Let me give a little update.

    HUEN - EBBR
    and
    EBBR - EDDF - LSGG on board my nickname.

    And then, I felt a quite rare urge, especially for a platform where the j in jp officially excludes one type of a/c.
    Is it allowed to show one or two propellers, on a jet platform?

    Let my try. Inspiration again. There are landscapes which should be enjoyed in slow speed. Let me introduce to you my little sightseeing device [Beechcraft B58]:

    All LX-A343s, identify the landscape.
    Men who I prefer due to their dob: Harry Belafonte, Michael E. Love and Don Henley.
    Men who I prefer due to their place of birth: Jay Leno, Jimmy Fallon and Paul Anka (not really a Brazilian, but: Eso Beso Bossa Nova 1962).

    Aviation enthusiast since more than 30 years. I love it.

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    Some webspace providers are really stupid and they think that I pay for nothin.

    But nevertheless, also without webspace, life goes on.

    LFPO - TFFF on board an AF-B744 (pmdg), those are the flights that I tried to show you since a little eternity. Send your complaints to my former webspace provider!

    TFFF - TNCM on board a private Beech Baron 58. That was before I discovered that there are scheduled flights between Saint Martin and Fort de France.

    TFFG - TFFF on board the same private Beech Baron 58. That was after I discovered that for scheduled island hopping you need an ATR 72. But I don't own one.

    TFFF - LFPO on board F-GITH (pmdg). That was my excuse for B744 destinations which never saw my nickname.

    Tribute to AF-B744. I hope the pictures come to your mind also without that I show them.

    And what is on the schedule next? Well, as a secret, I try to use F-GITH for LFPG - EDDF and I try to park her there. There are airports which indeed have a strong French connection. And then I return back.

    EDDF - KLAX with my nickname. A little late for the awards, but I've mentioned in this entry where the bad guys sit.
    Men who I prefer due to their dob: Harry Belafonte, Michael E. Love and Don Henley.
    Men who I prefer due to their place of birth: Jay Leno, Jimmy Fallon and Paul Anka (not really a Brazilian, but: Eso Beso Bossa Nova 1962).

    Aviation enthusiast since more than 30 years. I love it.

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    Hey maybe we should get one of the mods to make this thread a sticky!

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