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What's the highest you've flown in the NGX?

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Hi Captains, On a leg from Dubai-Kabul, I've experienced the highest cruise flown in the NGX (yet)... Here are some pics... Pic 1, PFD and ND: wmlf6s.jpg Pic 2, closer look at the FMC: 2lc21a9.jpg Pic 3, 2D view: muxsnk.jpg


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I tried to go higher than FL390 --- and lost about 5000ft before I could recover !!Not a nice feeling.

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FL410 achieved many times


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My P-8 repainted 737-800 never climbs above two feet, I keep it below the radar to maintain the element of surprise. I actually have to raise the gear and descend a bit to do it. LOL.gif Al


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A six pack and 3 joints. It didn't go very well. ;)
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I have taken it up to FL410 several times. Never tried to go higher than that. That is the limit, so I stay within the limits. One day I will try to break the plane into a million pieces and fly it out of bounds, but not yet.


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I actually have to raise the gear and descend a bit to do it. LOL.gif
LOL LMAO.gif
One day I will try to break the plane into a million pieces and fly it out of bounds, but not yet.
Yeah, you'd probably better postpone that until after the NGXI for FSXI has been released... in 2037 or so. Treat her well til then. Big%20Grin.gifsig.gif

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I live at 12th floor so.. 11 x 3,20 + 70 cm (hight of my chair) so i would say about 36 meters..Almost 37 meters when standing up cursing my cat for knocking my Track IR camera over...:)


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