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Sugar and cacao (SXM-CCS)

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Had a little time to do a quick flight today SXM-CCS in my trusty Tri-Star. Bringing a little sugar to the good people of Caracas while dropping off some tourists back home. Hoping to pick up a nice little load of cacao beans while we are here. ENJOY!

 

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YOU....light up my life! Taxiing out with a pretty full load of PAX and cargo.

 

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Always love the climb-out and the sharp right after departure here.

 

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Can't you just hear that unique engine sound that she has?

 

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Cruising across the ocean on a nice day.

 

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Pretty face :-)

 

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Approaching Caracas, passing over the Gran Roque islands about 100NM North of CCS.

 

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Upwind for the approach to runway 10. Clouds look nice too!

 

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Fun little approach to Simon Bolivar

 

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a little long on the landing...anymore and I would have had to go-around. DON'T want to go long on this runway.....

 

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Welcome to Simon Bolivar International!

 

Thanks for looking! :hi:


Regards,

 

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Excellent pictures!


Happy Flying,

Clem Wu

 

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Wonderful Hank! :Applause: I do wish Aerosim had doubled the texture sizes on this superb model.....still must not grumble.

 

You have inspired me to get her out of the hangar. :Love:

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L1011 was a great looking plane.

 

nebojsa

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You have inspired me to get her out of the hangar. :Love:

 

YES!! More Capt Ed 1011 videos!! WOOHOO!!!


Regards,

 

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Once again, excellent livery! That really must have been a sharp turn in the third image—full spoiler deflection when the gear had not yet been fully retracted?


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Owen
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Once again, excellent livery! That really must have been a sharp turn in the third image

 

Has to be, or you end up kissing the mountain. Check out airliners.net and look for the Insel MD-82 reg. PJ-MDC taken by Timo Breidenstien. It will show you what it looks like. I'd post the link but not allowed to.


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Gorgeous Tristar set. B)


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Has to be, or you end up kissing the mountain. Check out airliners.net and look for the Insel MD-82 reg. PJ-MDC taken by Timo Breidenstien. It will show you what it looks like. I'd post the link but not allowed to.

The angle of that photograph is unique! I didn't realize that SXM is TNCM—I actually know of that departure and the tight turn involved, but just didn't associate it with your screen shot.


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Owen
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