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MarioDonick

Anchorage - Juneau in Short Solent Flying Boat (large images)

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This is a really old plane -- both in reality and in X-Plane. Still, the model is one of my favorites.

 

 

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Next morning ...

 

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Mario Donick .:. vFlyteAir

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Yeah, actually I have. As I said, the model is very old, so it only has a 2D panel, but it looks very good during flight:

 

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Despite its age, the Solent is very enjoyable to fly, esp. when that KLN is installed. You still need to hand-fly mostly (the autopilot can barely hold HDG and pitch), but the KLN helps staying on the right track during long flights.


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