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Who Remembers This Aircraft?

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(KIGM to KSAN on http://www.pilotedge.net)

 

Still an amazing aircraft, seen here paired with RXP GNS430W.

 

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Great shots of a great aircraft!

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Beautiful shots. P3D of FSX?


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Is that the Lotus LG-39 Albatros? ..... I don't normally do military, but that's a brilliant addon. :smile:

 

Great shots!

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Albatros into San Diego...Navy town!

 

HLJAMES

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Is that the Lotus LG-39 Albatros? ..... I don't normally do military, but that's a brilliant addon. :smile:

 

Great shots!

 

It is, great aircraft! I also hardly fly fighters, but I had this one back in FSX and I still have it in P3D2. Love to dive into the Grand Canyon with this bird, pulling it sideways through the small caverns at the bottom. ;)


Cheers!

Maarten Franken

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This in in FSX.  Maarten, how do you get it to P3D2?  EMT?

 

Too bad Mike is done with FS (he says he may come back at a time in the future)

 

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This in in FSX.  Maarten, how do you get it to P3D2?  EMT?

 

Too bad Mike is done with FS (he says he may come back at a time in the future)

 

Thanks

 

EMT indeed. Start EMT and install, simple as that. :)


Cheers!

Maarten Franken

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I actually don't have that thing yet hehe.  I guess I can't think of many products I'd use it on.  I wanted to get the Baytiwer RV7 ported over but apparently that acft has some issues when ported.  I'll just wait for Realair's stuff.  F1 Mustang won't work when ported and I'm not sure about the NGX (don't care to spend ooodles for the P3D version)


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It doesnt seem to be a problematic aircraft to port over to P3D, you could try that free Russian migration tool, I think it would do the job just as well.

 

I dont know about the F1 Mustang, but the PMDG aircraft cant be ported over with a migration tool, you'd need the new P3D version of PMDG aircraft to use them in P3D.


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Maarten Franken

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