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My last flight was earlier today (12/22) I flew from Anchorage Alaska (PNAC) to Narita Japan (RJAA)using the Polar Air Cargo 747-400Fv3 made by POSKY.It was a good flight, great scenery out of Anchorge. Suprisingly I had good weather almost the whole flight. Only problem I had was upon Landing, after turning off the autothrotle 2 of the engines were producing more power than the other 2. I have no idea how it happened or what to do about it. I landed (I did make a smooth landing) way long and not at the correct landing speed (when I finally got the the plane down and fully stopped I was almost at the end of the runway) When I tried to taxi to the cago area I would let go of the brake and the plane would strat rolling and picking up speed by itself, so I shut off the 2 overpowered engines to taxi the the cargo area with 2 engines.What was your last FS2002 flight? Describe the flight alittle if you would like to.

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Last flight on 12/22/02: KSTL to KOMA. Short flight @ 4:30 a.m. to further enjoy Rick's Gulf IV vs 3. This is a totally awesome plane! Although I had to declare a missed approach. I haven't flown jets in a very long time & I am having a little trouble getting the hang of the "sluggish" response to flight controls. LOL.

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oops, drank too much coffee & accidently hit the post button twice!George

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Last flight,Flew London Heathrow (EGLL) to Chicago (KORD) in a 747-400F (PSS airfile / Meljet visual). Uneventfull 8.2 hours crossing the pond. The only bit of excitement was climbing up and over a United 727 over Wales.On arrival at KORD, it was an hour turn around then flew onward to KLAX Los Angeles, which was as uneventfull. Scenery however at EGLL and KLAX (especially) very nice, and to be honest the default KORD is not too bad.Flight flown for MK airlines a cargo VA.RegardsLiam

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Last night routine flight ryanair 737-2 yeodesigns, probst panel, eggw (by summons) to eddf (ga2), no probs, no events, even ai behaved well, a bit of turbulence over the channel (realweather) so a real boring flight. Only passed my gate at eddf so had to do a u-turn :-).http://www.airliners.net/open.file/299241/M/

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Brisbane to Sydney. Boeing 767-338/ER POSKY model, PIC Panel. No problems, landed early, light chop on the way to FL330 :)

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EGBB (Birmingham) to EDDV (Hannover, my home town) in a PSS Dash 8 with 50 PAX. Flightplan (planned the old fashioned way with Low Altitude Enroute charts L4 and L5) EGBB, DTY2E SID to DTY, B317 to CLN, L608 to SASKI, B29 to OSN, OSN4R STAR to RWY09L. Cruise flight at FL160. Nasty overcast at only 500 feet and light rain (fs_meteo real weather), saw the runway seconds prior to the DH. Nice pushing 43 knots tailwind, saved a lot of gas and earned my bonus points :-)Regards, UweUsed addies: FScene Europe, UK2000 Part 5, GAP 2, PSS Dash 8, FS_Meteo, FSGarmin 430.

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PAJN-KSEA in the Iron Knuckles DC-9 as Cardinal Flight #5253. Good flight with no problems. Love this plane.Pat Callaghan

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Flew LFPG-ULLI in a TU-154B, just to take a day off from the 747-200. Raining in Paris, partly cloudy in St.Petersberg. Nice smooth flight, very little traffic. Best Wishes for the Holiday Season to all,Ed Green, KCLTegreen1@carolina.rr.com

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Last flight very short one. 20min from Naha AFB (ROAH freeware) to Kumejima Aiport (ROKJ freeware) in FSD Seneca V. VFR. Medium crosswinds on approach.

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Last night's flight was Al Pelletier's RoundRobin Adventure SAS Standard Domestic Route Third Leg (EKCH to ESSA), TWA 727, 1.9 hrs. Great flight but two go arounds at ESSA due to aircraft on runway.Happy Holidays folks!Erv KSDF

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Flew from Santa Barbabra to Monterey last night in a Commander.Great hop, buzzing along at 185kts at 10,000 feet. Basically followed the Pacific Coast Highway on V-27. Flew in the dark on a moonless night (very dark)...noticed the horizon did indeed bleed into water in an undiscernable manner (thought about JFK) as I went on the gauges to keep sitautional awareness.Enjoyed my second monitor I just hooked up (for instruments) and really feel like it's the real thing...what an addition!!Anyway, landed 10R on the ILS...cool flight.

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This Morning, flying the FSD Seneca, I spent a half hour in the pattern in San Juan Puerto Rico sequencing myself in between the arriving traffic doing touch and go's. Landing on runway 08 with winds at 120/12. Everything was getting too routine after the third T&G so on climb out at VSE I abruptly shutdown the right engine. Climbing to pattern altitude of 1000ft on just the left engine is a job! I flew the last pattern to a full stop on just the left engine. What a Joy it is to set her down gently on centerline after nursing her around on one. I LOVE this Hobby!P.S. I think this post should be repeated once a month just to remind us all of why we are here in the first place...To Fly!http://www.ktone.org/images/FSD_ken.jpg

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Hi all,Aer Lingus PSS Airbus 321, Dublin Intl (IEDW) to Lanzarote (GCRR ifmemory serves). FL360 most of the way. Fair weather, little windto contest at approach. Run of the mill really. Smooth ride true toAirbus I suppose. Made a nonprecision app and greased her on with a little grin.Have a nice seasonal holiday!-Niels Christiansen, EKRK

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A couple of weeks ago I downloaded a beautiful Dassault Rafale package so decided to learn to fly it properly. I started at Champagne, Reims and flew about 20 local sorties just learning to fly the plane well, in varied conditions. Included was carrier trap practice on the Charles DeGaull located off the Southern French coast near Brest.Having learned the new ship & it's foibles then flew a marathon delivery mission over several days in my shiny(!) Dassault Rafale M - from Champagne Reims, Fr to Tainan, Taiwan. (Taiwan shortlisted the Rafale but they ended up with the F16, unfortunately). That was hard work as the range is limited to about 700nm max and theres a bug in the autothrottle which causes it to periodically disengage (advisory: dont use it). Flight plan was :LFSR Champagne, LFTH LePalyvestre Naval, (Southern France), LIRF Fuimicino (Rome),LICR Reggia Calabria (Southern Italy),LGTL Castelli (Corsica), HELX Luxor (Southern Egypt, arriving on fumes), OEGS Gassim(Saudi),OMDB Dubai (UAR),OOMS Seeb (Oman),VARK Rajkot (India),VANP Nagpur,VEBS Bhubaneswar,VOPB Port Blair (Andaman Is.)WMKP Penang, (Watch VOR - very short range)WSSS Changi (Singapore)WBGR Miri, (Malaysia)RPLB Subic Bay (Phillipines)Destination: RCNN Tainan (Taiwan)Last flight? Having arrived safely at Tainan, I replaced the French livery with RoCAF markings, flew to Taipei for an aerobatic display, then turned South & flew to CVN70 USS Vinson, an arrcab addon carrier off the coast of Taiwan. A slightly hairy but successful carrier trap followed.What next? Well, I see theres NAS Fallon weapons range scenery on this site. I suppose my carrier might sail to SanFrancisco Bay ;-) for a joint exercise with the Americans - I could fly sorties from there to the weapons range.Where to find the rafale: http://perso.wanadoo.fr/gmaxflight2002/Arrcab & carriers: http://www.speakeasy.org/~rhogen/arrestorcables.htmCarrier Charles de Gaull: http://joel.maillot.free.fr/fs2k2_Porte_avions1.htmlLonelyplanetXO - with wayyy to much time on his hands lol

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Yesterday flew IFR from Southwest Florida Intl KRSW to St Petersburg-Clearwater Intl KPIE in my new Cessna 172 SP at 12,000 feet. Default C172 with Ron Fremuth's Air and cfg files and the follwing panel:

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I took a break from the serious stuff and drove a Ford 1934 model from FCR Ranch (Bill Lyons freeware) through the woods up to Flagstaff airport. Once there i took off in the Ryan STA (Bill Lyons $$$) and followed the road back to the ranch where I landed at the small dirtstrip. I can assure you it was a bit more relaxing than all that 767PIC flying.A happy christmas to everyone!- Oyvind

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Last night I flew the Altair Virtual Airlines 747-400 from VHHK, Kai Tak in Hong Kong (Roger Moles Kai Tak)to RCTP, Chiang Kai-Shek in Taiwan. Only excitement was when I looked out the port window and saw a British Airways ai plane heading right for me after it had left VHHH, about 10 feet below me. I pulled back on the yoke, closed my eyes and hoped for the best ;) Made it somehow. Other than that, it was an uneventful flight.KP

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Last night I flew the IK DC-9 service release candidate 2 from KLAX-KTUS, routing was LAXX4.TRM.J169.GBN.DINGO5 - the plane performed very well!

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In Flightsim, it's 12/22 from KSTL-KJFK.In real life (as a passenger) on 12/23 from KLAX-KJFK.I will be flying home (as a passenger again) on 12/29 from KJFK-KLAX. I'll also be flying on Flightsim from KJFK-KSTL.Steven

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US Airways flight 5314 from Pittsburgh to Elmira-Corning at the same time my mother in law was flying the route. I didn't have a decent Embraer 145 so I used the DC-9 with the correct livery. Nice short flight with a terrain warning as I approached KELM. Must have gotten too close to Harris Hill.

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Dreamflight Archer from Long Beach to Catalina Island, nightflight, VFR with Activesky. Wanted to check out the scenery after seeing the approach and landing photos posted earlier in this forum.Cold, windy and drizzly so I didn't see much of the terrain and the low ceiling made me glad I was on approach over water. I'll go sightseeing tomorrow if the weather improves.

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Wanted to try something a little different.I did a flight transporting UN inspectors. My flight was from Bahrain Int'l (OBBI) to Basrah Int'l (OMRR). Used an AN-26 in UN colors. Was a pretty uneventful flight. *don't know if UN is actually going to Basrah or not, nor if they use the AN-26, last time I was in Bahrain they were using C-130's.But hey this is flight sim..Jeff "Ace" FreyEwa Beach, Hawaii

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KMIA to KSEA, 767PIC, FSMeteo, departed RWY 9L, landed RWY 16L, quite strong headwinds enroute ( 130 kts at times, at FL390. )

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