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NicholasB

Whats your Favorite Queen???

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Hi Guys,I figure by now that most of us have familiarized ourselves with the queen and sorted out the issues that may have concerned you and have now had a chance to undertake some decent flying. If your like me, you probably already have several liveries and have flown all the engine variants.So my questions are this:1)Aesthetically speaking, which engine variant to you think is the most attractive?2)Whats your favorite livery3)Whats your favorite bit of eye candy?Just for your information, my answer are as followsEngine variant: 1 GE, 2 RR, 3 P&WFavorite Livery: Although I am Australian I have always thought that Qantas has a realy ugly livery. I Think the Flying Kangaroo is very appropriate, but the rest is very boring. So, I award first place to Singapore Airlines for the livery followed very closely by Iberia.Favorite Eye Candy: The vibrating effect of the air brake/spoiler as well as the awsome rumble that goes with it.So thats my opinion and id love to hear what everyone else thinks. After months robust forum posting by all of us. Lets have some fun!!Cheers,NicholasB

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Old 80's Cathay livery and the RR soundset, infact all the new soundsets, are sublime! That take-off spool up is pure heaven!

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My favorite Queen?But - it's GOTTA be Freddy Mercury of course!!! :-) (sans the personal habits).

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1. Rolls-Royce followed by General Electric.2. Emirates & Cathay - various newer liveries.3. Fuel dump simulation on the EICAS

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Good topic. Engine Varient: 1. Ge 2. RR. 3. P.W. Favorite livery PAX 1. Lufthansa (plain and simple works best for me) 2. Virgin Atlantic. Freighter 1. JAL (not yet released but was my FS9 fav) 2. Cathay Pacific Silver Bullet 3. UPS. Eye candy: The metal look of the airplane and the reflections oh and the sound. Sorry thats ear candy :)

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Good ol freddy Mercury.. May he rest in peace. he would have made a great flight attendant too.Cheers,NicholasB

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Engine Variant: RB211-524H, followed by PW or GE, dont mindFavourite Livery PAX: Cathay, SIA, QF Wanula Favourite Cargo Livery: Silver Bullet from CXEye Candy: Pretty much the whole 2D panel xD

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Engine Variant: RB211-524H, GE, PW 744F Cargolux Best Heavy virtual flightdeck ever :) (If Anyone is interested in a very realistic custom sound package for the RR email me at debutants@hotmail.co.uk) My father flies the 744F for a carrier out off the far east, 6 months back I had him take my condenser Mike on a sector and record the various phases of flight.Rob

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Hello Simmers.1...A. My favorite Engine Variant: RB211-524H ,PW ,GE . You can't go wrong with Rolls-Royce2...A. My favorite livery is Brisish Airways( PAX Edition ) G-BYGGB. Lufthansa D-ABVB ( PAX Edition )3...My favorite eye candy is the spoiler effect sound and rumbling while descending and the movement of the spiliers whiled descending.I wish i could fly for BA Virtual Airlines but there is a situation with their recruiting system.4...A. My favorite airport is EGLL - London Heathrow (Aerosoft Scenery London Heathrow 2008 )B. EDDF - Frankfurt ( Aerosoft Scenery Mega-Airport Frankfurt )http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/747400.jpg http://img113.imageshack.us/img113/9256/lsd124bi5.jpgHAVE A GREAT PMDG DAYSINCERLY MAREK JAVOREK

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Here is my favorite1. My favorite Engine Variant: RB211-524H2. My favorite livery is Brisish Airways GCIVX, which is made by Ben Hewitt, thank you. But right now I am waiting for FSX...I fly for BA Virtual...3. For this point, I love VC captain seat.4. Airport... London Heathrow (Aerosoft Scenery London Heathrow 2008 ) and VHHH (I spend most my control time there on IVAO)

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