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American Pacific Group Screen Contest

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Detroit, MI- Seattle, WA (July 20, 2005) The American Pacific Group announces the winners of its screenshot contest.Winner was Steve Lakis AFA4380 (San Francisco Hub Director) with the following screenshot. It depicts his AFA B757 on final rwy 28R for San Francisco. He is together on a parrallel approach with Derek PAY1629 who is on final for runway 28L.http://www.geocities.com/thomassnoeck/AFAB...nalSFOSteve.jpgSecond picture with most votes was from CJ Hawke AFA1982 who is seen taking of with the AFA B777 City Of San Francisco over a diary farm.http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/122674.jpgThird was Ben Clark PAY8217 who is seen taking off for his 100th flight from London Heathrow to Amsterdam in the Pacific Airways A319.http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/122673.jpgSome more pictures from our Contest winner Steve LakisAFA Express CRJ200 taking off from San Franciscohttp://www.geocities.com/thomassnoeck/AFAe...JtoSFOSteve.jpgAFA B777 City Of San FranciscoSteve his comments "The SFO 777 at the gate June 1, about to depart to PHNL. About 4:25 PM Local. Don Carter departed about 1.5 hrs before me, Paul Mitchell about 1.5 after. (Snuck out with 777, I love it!)"http://www.geocities.com/thomassnoeck/AFASFOB777Steve.jpgSee more pictures from Steve here http://s93262078.onlinehome.us/apg/gallery/The American Pacific Group, APG is a Virtual Airline Group comprising American Flight Airways, AFA and Pacific Airways, PAYAmerican Flight Airways Virtual Airlines is a major US virtual airline with US hubs at Detroit, Atlanta, Dallas, Phoenix, San Francisco and Washington D.C and international divisions in Australia and Latin America. With its partner airline Pacific Airways, AFA serves major metropolitan cities throughout the world on six continents. In July 2003, AFA's parent organization the American Pacific Group was awarded "Best VA Organization." AFA offers pilots a simple, yet realistic approach to virtual aviation with a long, rich history spanning since 1996.Visit our partners atAmerican Pacific Group: http://apg.flyafa.comAmerican Flight Airways: http://www.flyafa.comPacific Airways: http://pacific.flyafa.com

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