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Hey guys, I was just wondering if there is going to be a seperate tutorial for the 757 just like there was one for the T7. I thought the tutorial for the T7 was absolutely fantastic and if it weren't for it, I probably would still be unable to use the product today. I know that the boing systems are similar but a seperate tutorial for the 757 would be great. Consider this a suggestion if there isn't one and a question if there is one.ThanksKevin K

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Kevin,The tutorial for the 757 is based on a short one hour flight from Brisbane to Sydney.It should cover all aspects needed to get you familiar with the 757 and its systems.

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Great, that sounds very similar to the T7 tutorial which I was very pleased with. I'm already signed up and waiting for the final product. Can't wait to try it out.Kevin K

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Ahh - the good 'old Brissie to Sydney route. One of my favourites.You guys have good taste!

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Good to have an Aussie based tutorial, but not very realistic. We don't have any 757's down here! :-)

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True, but what better way to enjoy your first flight than flying the 757 with some nice VOZ scenery!

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>Good to have an Aussie based tutorial, but not very>realistic. We don't have any 757's down here! :-)>You can bring across the Kiwi one :DSteve's tutorial. Mine would have been too much for James since it would have been a First Choice charter ;)

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Hi Norman!! Mine would have been too much for James>since it would have been a First Choice charter ;)The old EGCC-LIRN route!! I recently managed to get my hand on a few FCA routes this one being one of them!!! That would've made my day, especially after today - i thought i was gonna fall asleep in the instruments, specifically gyro's lesson!!!!! RegardsJames

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I already know for sure my first route is going to be not of the tutorial . . . going to take her into KEGE. I just pre-ordered this beauty today and for my review site the route will be as follows:AAL2205 American Airlines Inc. "American" Aircraft Boeing 757-200 (twin-jet) (B752/J) Origin Dallas Fort Worth Int'l (KDFW) Destination Eagle Co Regional (KEGE) Route FERRA2 PNH KA39Y HGO RLG (730 nm)Date Monday, Jul 10, 2006 Duration 1 hour 48 minutes Proposed/Assigned Actual/Estimated Departure 17:00 CDT 17:12 CDT Arrival 17:47 MDT 18:00 MDT Speed 453 kts Altitude 38000 feet Alternate Routing per Google maps:KDFW TTT FERRA SCABI CDS PNH KA39Y HGO RLG KEGEThis route, including the approach and landing, is simple and easy -- good for a first flight **grins**

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How do I get a flight plan (routing) out of Google Maps?Dennis Mitchell

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I actually prefer this myself:http://flightaware.com/Registration is free and you get real world routes. rfinder is okay, but you do not get accurate routes -- it just randomly calculates approximate routes, but with Flightaware you can look for your favorite airports, or even airlines -- heck even track a certain flight or aircraft tail number and recreate it's exact officially filed route.Just today i was working on flight planning for a review i am doing for my web site, and I was presented with the flight logs for the past few weeks for that exact flight, so i was able to compare routes and note that the flight -- no matter what the weather may have seemed -- used the exact same flight plan.

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That is what I use now (and FSBUILD). I was just wondering if Google was producing this now. (I find it hard to believe they would chance the liability.Dennis Mitchell

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