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He is a machine, pumping out repaints and other addons. Many of the models he repaints for I do not own, but appreciate his work. It is tough finding repaints sometimes and he paints everything!

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I'd like to thank Michael for all his repaints too, especially for his SAS SE-DDL "Huge Viking" repaint for the CLS/JF 747.

 

I was a young (and very awed) passenger aboard that aircraft in '78, on a flight from Copenhagen to Seattle, and it's a joy to be able to pilot it now in the simulator.

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Never heard of him....

 

Link to his paints?  Or info?

 

Almost 3500 files!

 

http://library.avsim.net/search.php?CatID=root&SearchTerm=michael+pearson&Sort=Added&ScanMode=0&Go=Change+View

I'd like to thank Michael for all his repaints too, especially for his SAS SE-DDL "Huge Viking" repaint for the CLS/JF 747.

 

I was a young (and very awed) passenger aboard that aircraft in '78, on a flight from Copenhagen to Seattle, and it's a joy to be able to pilot it now in the simulator.

Didnt that flight continue on to Los Angeles? I am jealous you got to fly on the classic 747 too!

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I'm not sure if that particular flight continued to LA, my party did, but on another aircraft.

 

We did however, if I recall correctly, fly the Scandinavian Jumbo home all the way from LA too.

 

Michael Pearson has done most, if not all, of the old SAS jumbos ...

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I wish I could paint as quickly as him.

 

Kudos to you, Mike!

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I have to agree. For me (a crazy classic airliners fan) he has done some great work on the 742/743 by CLS and with Thomas Ruth's classic airliners, DC-10; A300/310; 727.

Not to mention the huge amount of retro AI repaints which he has done; and are filling my skies with the great 1970s and 80s traffic.

 

Keep them coming Mike :-)

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