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Just Finished A 20+ Hour Flight In The 77L Sp1

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In putting the SP1 to a test of my own, I just completed a flight from Lisbon (LPPT) to Apia Solomon Islands (NSFA); just over 9600 NM. With full fuel I had 21.2 lbs. left. Flew (with Radar Contact ATC) the Atlantic, North America, Mexico, Pacific, chasing the sun, with some heavy storms en route courtesy of Active Sky Next. The new weather radar did its job. The newer wind upload feature is a real treat. Not one problem with the flight ( I do have the service based failures enabled). Hand flying is a joy. Now its time to get sleep.

 

Thank you PMDG, Hi Fi Simulations, and JDT LLC  for a truly awesome FSX flight simulation experience on my PC!

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you said Radar Contact ATC, is this some kind of ATC service. If so would you share the web site 

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Its an ATC software you can use and if you want realistic ATC you can start with vatsim and then move on to Pilotedge

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9600nm - holy macro Paul  :Cuppa: My wife would divorce me if I'd even consider such a long flight ;-) Good to see RC still holds up, even with the T7.

 

Cheers,

Pete

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I did 6700nm auto cruise of course, hats off to you sir!!!

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Thank you PMDG, Hi Fi Simulations, and JDT LLC for a truly awesome FSX flight simulation experience on my PC!

you forgot to thank Microsoft ;)

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