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HaraldG

Tbilisi - Yerevan and back with the Tu-134

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Sim: FS2004

Textures: FS9Evo

Sky/Clouds: HDEv2

Sceneries: Winfried Orthmann (Afcad files for several Georgian Airports freeware), Alexander Svanidze (Tbilisi International Airport UGTB freeware), "Edetroit" (UGTB approaches), Loai Hamad (Yerevan Zvartnots Airport UDYZ freeware), Andrei Anta (Armenian Airports), some landclass corrections and missing afcads by myself (preliminary, not yet available).

Plane: SCS v.2.0

 

Just a short visit in Yerevan and back to Tbilisi.

 

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Approach to Zvartnots with a view to Erebuni apt.

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My neighbours - nice to see some 134s still in service.

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My hommage to the unfortunately now defunct Armavia. And there's always a 727 to chime in.

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Armenias new airline

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Evening in Yerevan - Mt. Ararat in the background

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A visit at UDYE Erebuni with mostly military usage...

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UDYZ from a whole different perspective

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The next day - a very impressive row

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Good bye Yerevan

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Without words

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Nice pics!   and great to see lesser known destinations such as in the Caucasus here.

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Loved it!… it got better with every shot. :Applause:

 

Loved the dirty An-12s, and loved the way you left us with picture perfect of your baby in the last shot. :BigGrin:

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Comrades, many thanks for your comments.

 

 

 


great to see lesser known destinations such as in the Caucasus here

 

Yeah that's the reason why I post them. Wait for more Eastern Europe... And I hope that there are Evo spring textures soon, what will avoid the appalling texture mixture seen in the Su-25 shot.

 

 

 


AI collection

 

A special thanks for this, I spent much care on inserting appropriate AI traffic at those destinations. It's a pity that more and more of the "Babyflots" get defunct or switch to Boeings and/or Airbuses. I try to preserve a little of the diversity of them with Soviet planes...

 


:Applause:

 

Ed, it's my turn to applaude. Without your transitions, it would only be half the fun. :Applause:

 

 

 


you never stop do you

 

Not at the moment, but there's always one door out (half an hour for two nautical miles):

 

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Aah the Bounty!

 

Great to see Zvartnots after so long!

It was the birthplace of my East European AI collection; such a magnificent (freeware) scenery deserved a little effort, eh? 

I can see you put some into your AI as well, very nice.

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such a magnificent (freeware) scenery deserved a little effort, eh?

 

Yes, I once started pimping my AI with Georgia and Armenia indeed. B)

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Michael, you are from Armenia? Cool. I visited Georgia two times now (1x by bike, 1x with family) but never made it over the border to your country. Perhaps a plan for the next Caucasus trip.

All the best to you!
Harald

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I still haven't actually visited there yet. My family originates from there, but been in the states now for about three generations.

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