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MdMax

777: Luxembourg (ELLX) to Keflavik (BIKF)

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Add-ons: XPFR Luxembourg + SimHeaven.com ground textures + OSM2XP + R&P Boeing 777-200LR + Aerosoft Keflavik

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Wrong T7 :-)

 

There's no other excellent T7 that would run on this simulator and on the hardware I have (see "My PC" in my AVSIM profile). :wink:

 

It's not PMDG, but it's an awesome Worldliner and it has some features PMDG doesn't have, including a (limited) EFB, a weather radar (this is very important on X-Plane), or a "remote CDU": this allows you to operate the FMC on a 2nd computer, a tablet or a smartphone.

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Thank you all for the comments. In the future, I may install the new cockpit textures for this add-on. I hope it will not alter the contrast with the shadows.

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On the PFD is that the terrain avoidance or a weather radar?

 

It's a weather radar.

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I would like to comment on #9.  Even though you can barely see the airplane, I find this image very thought provoking.  How many times have I stared at a distant aircraft and wondered about the difference in visuals between me and a passenger, wishing I was the pilot of that aircraft.  As a pilot looking down on the world and seeing all below gives you a privileged feeling of power and solitude.  Great series. Superb X-plane.

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I would like to comment on #9.  Even though you can barely see the airplane, I find this image very thought provoking.  How many times have I stared at a distant aircraft and wondered about the difference in visuals between me and a passenger, wishing I was the pilot of that aircraft.  As a pilot looking down on the world and seeing all below gives you a privileged feeling of power and solitude.  Great series. Superb X-plane.

 

Thank you ! In fact, I pressed the wrong keys, and instead of changing my position inside the cockpit to follow my checklist, the camera moved to the ground. I liked this view, so I made the shot.

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