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Just landed after a very successful early morning test flight from my home airport KPHX - Phoenix Sky Harbor, Arizona to KDFW - Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas.

 

(FSDT scenery, REX Essential+ OD sky)

 

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This is not meant to be anything other than some cool screens of the airplane and an attempt to show you guys what I'm doing in testing - behave yourselves please.  :P


Ryan Maziarz
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*Drool* :wub:

Looking great!!


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Lovely shots!


Regards,

 

Max

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Fantastic shots Ryan!

Sadly I know these are fake because I stay in a hotel in DFW that gives me a perfect vantage point for watching approaches here...I happened to be watching this morning and did not see that aircraft in the sky, on flightaware nor did I hear you approaching on the ATC channels.

 

Oh wait....this is flightsim.....nevermind.  :Silly:

 

Can't wait to take her on a flight....or maybe throw some paint on her if you guys don't wind up painting all the airlines that fly her. 

 

Would love more shots from your next flight Ryan....she's a beauty!

 

Regards,

Steve Dra


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Steve Dra

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Funny enough, I only bought this fsdt KDFW scenery last week.

Hope this is providence (not RI).


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Great news! My congratulations, Ryan!

 

Sergey Chvelev


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You know Ryan, if you want I could really give that 777 a workout at DFW. I work there, so I know my way around. Just an offer. Think it over. :lol:


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Great news! My congratulations, Ryan!

 

Errr, what is "great news" ...?

 

What did I miss here?

 

;-)


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[P3Dv4 flier, Radar Contact, PMDG 772, MD11, 744v3, NGX, QW 787, LDS 763 and Majestic q400-8 owner]

 

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A successful test flight!

 

Sergey Chvelev


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Looks great Ryan.

 

I just have a curiosity question on the testing that just popped in my head.

 

Obviously you would fly block to block flights, as you have demonstrated in these screenshots. But do you limit them to a certain duration? With the 777 been such a long ranged airplane do the testers test her to the limits of the range to ensure everything remains accurate and works as should over such a long duration?

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Happy to hear you had a successful test flight Ryan.

 

I don't mind the screen shots, keep em coming if you ask me!


Jon Preston

 

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Nice pictures! May I ask how many FPS you achieved in this scenario?


Best regards,
Marius S

 

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May I ask how many FPS you achieved in this scenario?

 

That's a loaded question... ;-P


Chris Honke...PMDG Cultist

[P3Dv4 flier, Radar Contact, PMDG 772, MD11, 744v3, NGX, QW 787, LDS 763 and Majestic q400-8 owner]

 

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